Feb

15

2017

0
Comments

India Races to Get Robots Moving on The Moon

India is limbering up to take part in an international competition to get robots moving on the moon.

Feb

15

2017

0
Comments

First Indian Genomics Beacon Launched in UK

The aim of the Indian beacon is to address the gap in shared Indian genomics data, which helps scientists better understand disease and develop more effective drug delivery systems and therapeutics

Feb

15

2017

0
Comments

India to Launch 104 Satellites in Record Mission

If successful, India will set a world record as the first country to launch the most satellites in one go, surpassing Russia which launched 39 satellites in a single mission in June 2014.

Feb

15

2017

0
Comments

Investors Eyeing Indian Gaming Industry

The youth population of the world is hovering to become part of one of the world's leading gaming sector.

Feb

15

2017

0
Comments

Soon, Europe Can Get a Taste of India Consumption Story

The enduring allure of a widening consumer base continues to draw more European investors to the world's fastest-expanding major economy.

Feb

14

2017

0
Comments

India Could be Donald Trump's Next Trade War Target

India, Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam have largely escaped US President Donald Trump’s glare on trade, but he may yet come looking.

Feb

14

2017

0
Comments

The History of Hindustan Motors Ambassador

As a symbol of India’s automotive history, there is little else that defines motoring in the country like it.

Feb

14

2017

0
Comments

Grammy Glory For Two Indian Tabla Artistes

The 59th Grammy Awards held in Los Angeles warranted a special drum roll for India, with two Indian tabla artistes featuring in the list of final honours.

Feb

14

2017

0
Comments

Hire American Bigger Issue For IT Companies Than H-1B Visa Restrictions

Indian technology services companies responding in earnest to President Donald Trump's "Hire American" rhetoric are facing a problem they can't fix on their own: A dearth of local tech talent on US campuses.

Feb

14

2017

0
Comments

Indian-origin Nasa Scientist Detained at US Border

A US-born Nasa scientist of Indian-origin was detained by US Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) authorities on his return to America from a trip to Chile and pressured into unlocking his phone.

Feb

14

2017

0
Comments

India Activist Kailash Satyarthi's Stolen Nobel Medal Recovered

A replica of a Nobel medal, which was stolen from the home of Indian child rights campaigner Kailash Satyarthi in New Delhi, has been recovered, police say.

Feb

14

2017

0
Comments

Indian Doctors Prepare World’s Heaviest Woman For Surgery

Indian doctors put an Egyptian believed to be the world’s heaviest woman on a special liquid diet Monday as they prepared her for an emergency weight-loss operation.

Feb

14

2017

0
Comments

Trump Administration Taking Fresh Look at F16 Sale to India

US is taking a fresh look at Lockheed's proposal to have a F-16 manufacturing base in India.

Feb

14

2017

0
Comments

$11.5 Billion NRI Investment Coming Into Realty

The concerns about the real estate sector are largely done with and after the mega booster dose from the Union Budget, things are looking not just rosy but attractive to make this sector a top investment bet for the year.

Feb

13

2017

0
Comments

Indian Techies Welcome in Canada After Trump Ban

Indian-origin tech leaders in Canada say the controversial visa and travel restrictions imposed by US President Donald Trump+ will be a boon for tech recruitment and investment in Canada.

Feb

13

2017

0
Comments

Six Indian Footballers Named for NFL Training Camp in USA

Six Indian players have been selected for the National Football League (NFL) training camp to be held in the USA.

Feb

13

2017

0
Comments

Australia Ranks Second in Number of Indian Students

Australia has gained the second spot as the most preferred destination for higher studies for Indian students, after the number of students going to study in the UK reduced by 4 per cent.

Feb

13

2017

0
Comments

Queen to Host UK-India Year of Culture Launch

he reception is expected to attract hundreds of guests from across various fields in the UK and India

Feb

13

2017

0
Comments

Investment Board to be Formed For The Benefit of NRIs

The Chief Minister, Mr. Pinarayi Vijayan, who is on an official visit to Bahrain has unveiled plans for the welfare and rehabilitation of the NRIs based in the Middle East.

Feb

13

2017

0
Comments

India Trade And Investment May Benefit From US Political Climate, Brexit

Not only are business leaders looking more favourably on India as a destination to do business in and with, there is an expectation that India’s influence will grow substantially in the region as a result."

Feb

13

2017

0
Comments

Indian STEM Students May Have Better Alternative Than Trump's USA

Studies followed by OPT followed by H-1B followed by green card is the route taken by many international students, especially from India, to the promised land.

Feb

13

2017

0
Comments

India Improves Its Project Execution Rate

In a five-year first, India has shown a spurt in successful execution of projects and has also overtaken China and the Middle East.

Feb

13

2017

0
Comments

Indian Food That Crosses Religions

The best Indian food is like the best parts of Indian life. It rises above religion and focuses instead on the things that really matter: refinement and quality.

Feb

11

2017

0
Comments

Hollywood’s First Call in India

From casting films for Mira Nair and Wes Anderson to working on the Oscar-nominated ‘Lion’, Tess Joseph continues to have a charmed career

Feb

11

2017

0
Comments

India's PM Modi Faces Biggest Electoral Test

India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi faces his biggest electoral test since gaining power as the country's most populous state, Uttar Pradesh, prepares to go to the polls.

Feb

11

2017

0
Comments

Why Shah Rukh Khan Remains The Ultimate NRI Hero

Shah Rukh Khan started the trend as early as the mid-90s and even today remains fairly ahead of the pack among Bollywood actors when it comes to wooing NRIs

Feb

11

2017

0
Comments

UK Defence Minister to Lead Delegation to India

Britain's Defence Minister Harriett Baldwin will a lead a delegation of top 20 companies to India, as the two countries seek to build ties through a close industrial, military and economic partnership.

Feb

11

2017

0
Comments

Thousands Celebrate Hindu Thaipusam Festival in Malaysia

Hindus gathered in temples across Malaysia on Thursday (Feb 9) to celebrate the annual Thaipusam festival

Feb

10

2017

0
Comments

Quirky Cafés in India

in India, these are the cafés that are offering reasons to keep returning.

Feb

10

2017

0
Comments

Shawna Pandya to Become Third Indian-origin Woman To Fly in Space

An Indian-origin neurosurgeon currently based in Canada has been shortlisted by NASA for its 2018 space mission under the Citizen Science Astronaut (CSA) programme.

Feb

10

2017

0
Comments

Chennai to Madurai: Heritage Treasures

The temple town of Madurai offers south India’s most prominent canvas of history

Feb

10

2017

0
Comments

Cloud Wars Heating up on Indian Turf

The fiercest competition in cloud computing is in the public cloud pie; battle lines are most visibly drawn among Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, Google

Feb

10

2017

0
Comments

Infosys Row

Infosys founders, led by N.R. Narayana Murthy, have questioned some board members’s call for higher variable pay in CEO Vishal Sikka’s salary

Feb

10

2017

0
Comments

Tamil Nadu Jayalalitha Successor Forced to Quit

India's southern state of Tamil Nadu is in crisis after the chief minister revolted against his successor.

Feb

10

2017

0
Comments

India Rubbishes US Report on Religious Freedom

India today rubbished a report by the US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) that alleged escalation of hate crimes against minorities in the country.

Feb

10

2017

0
Comments

India-UK Agree to Increase Flights to Boost Tourism, Trade

Limits on flights from key Indian cities, including Chennai and Kolkata, have been scrapped, allowing for a greater range of flights for passenger.

Feb

10

2017

0
Comments

India Formally Requests U.K. to Hand Over Vijay Mallya

Beginning a formal process, India sought extradition of absconding tycoon Vijay Mallya from the United Kingdom.

Feb

09

2017

0
Comments

Kailash Satyarthi Isn’t The First Indian Whose Nobel Was Stolen

Kailash Satyarthi isn’t the first Indian whose Nobel was stolen. Tagore’s remains missing.

Feb

09

2017

0
Comments

Is There Room For Republic TV

While Arnab Goswami’s fans may be waiting for his reappearance on the TV screen with Republic TV, the question is if he will be able to recreate the magic of The Newshou

Feb

09

2017

0
Comments

Green Cards Targeted in US Senators’ Bill to Halve Legal Immigration

The immigration reform under the RAISE Act could hit those aspiring to get a green card or permanent residency in the US, including a large number of Indians

Feb

09

2017

0
Comments

Pakistan Bans Shah Rukh Khan Film Raees

Pakistan has banned Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan's latest movie, Raees, its distributor in Pakistan says.

Feb

09

2017

0
Comments

India Will Bypass U.K. to Deal With Europe

The relationship we have had is historical but now it’s more about business, we are not talking about the emotional link.

Feb

09

2017

0
Comments

Antiques Seized From NRI’s House, Godowns

The Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) on Monday night seized several antique idols from the residence and godowns of an American businessman of Indian origin, in connection with a smuggling racket busted in Chennai last year.

Feb

09

2017

0
Comments

US Makes Changes in Export Control Laws to Benefit India

US has made changes in export control laws that would benefit India by facilitating smoother transfer of technologies.

Feb

09

2017

0
Comments

UK Charms Indian Students With Great Scholarships

To draw more Indian students for higher studies in the UK, the British Council on Monday announced Rs 8.38 crore 'Great Scholarships 2017' scheme.

Feb

09

2017

0
Comments

Indian Superstitions & What They Actually Mean

Superstitions are stupid! There is no logic to them whatsoever. And while having faith is a good thing, blind faith is something else altogether.

Feb

07

2017

0
Comments

H1B Visa Norm Changes: Indian IT Professionals Look at Returning Home

Many Indian IT professionals are still hopeful that the bills may not go through as it would impact the overall US marke

Feb

07

2017

0
Comments

Indian-origin Sculptor Anish Kapoor Pledges to Use Prize Money to Help Refugees

Renowned Indian-origin British sculptor Anish Kapoor, who has emerged as a champion of Syrian refugees' rights, on Tuesday won Israel's prestigious one million dollar Genesis Prize for his commitment to Jewish values.

Feb

07

2017

0
Comments

NRI Bishnujee Singh Given UK's Top Honour in Mathematics

Cayley Aerospace Inc Chief Executive Officer Eur Ing Bishnujee Singh has been elected Fellows of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications in the UK on January 26. The honour recognises outstanding contribution to the advancement of mathematics.

Feb

07

2017

0
Comments

India to be Part of Toyota-Suzuki Motor Business Partnership

India will play an important part in the business partnership announced on Monday by Toyota Motor Corporation and Suzuki Motor

Feb

07

2017

0
Comments

Indian Tribesmen Catching Giant Snakes in Florida

Masi and Vadivel are doing an incredible job. They excel at determining if pythons are present at a site, locating them if they are, and then catching them when located.

Feb

07

2017

0
Comments

Space Ticket Part of NRI Divorce Battle

An Indian-origin couple in the UK are caught up in a divorce battle which includes a £1,60,000 ticket on the futuristic first commercial flight into space.

Feb

07

2017

0
Comments

Scholarships up to One Million Pounds to Study in UK

The British Council has announced the Great Britain Scholarships–India 2017 worth one million pounds as part of campaign to attract Indian students.

Feb

07

2017

0
Comments

UK’s National Health Service to Charge Foreigners, Including From India

The new health service rules, expected to save Britain £500 million, will apply to non-emergency treatments as part of a clampdown on so-called health tourists

Feb

06

2017

0
Comments

India Season Kicks Off in Britain

India is the flavour of the New Year in London as the UK-India Year of Culture celebrations kicked off in Britain

Feb

06

2017

0
Comments

Indian Techies Fear US Crackdown Will Crush Their Ambition

Three bills have been introduced to Congress which reportedly seek to restructure the H-1B visa programme

Feb

06

2017

0
Comments

Visa-free Entry Into Malaysia For Indian Nationals Living Abroad

Indian nationals living outside India will now also enjoy visa-free travel to Malaysia for tourism.

Feb

06

2017

0
Comments

India Begins Looking West

Like everyone else, India is adding to its ancient ties and geopolitical compulsions to the changing global scenario as the West (read Brexit, Donald Trump’s America) is seeking to move away.

Feb

06

2017

0
Comments

US Universities Move to Allay Indian Students' Fears

American universities are mailing their students to let them know that that they are welcome to their campuses.

Feb

06

2017

0
Comments

Donald Trump Leaves Indian Travellers Tense

The uneasiness comes following sporadic incidents of secondary inspection and detention at US airports.

Feb

06

2017

0
Comments

US Policy of Containment Vis-à-vis India

The recently declassified records of the American Central Intelligence Agency confirm again that United States – India relations have always been a product of – and dependent on – America’s other global commitments.

Feb

06

2017

0
Comments

Hind Ratna, NRI of The Year Awards For Doddi Venkatagiri

I might have received many awards and rewards. Getting an award in India, my motherland, has made me happy and proud,” said Doddi Venkatagiri, a renowned scientist settled in California, U.S.

Feb

04

2017

0
Comments

When It’s Bollywood, Songs Can Never go Out of Fashion

Bollywood is pretty much a mishmash of world music; we have every genre from classical to ‘qawwali’ to Sufi to rock to dance, in one basket

Feb

04

2017

0
Comments

Two More US Bills May Stymie Indian Tech

Two more legislations have been introduced in the United States Congress over the past two weeks that can hit the domestic tech sector's prospects.

Feb

04

2017

0
Comments

Top Recruiters Give IITs a Miss

Agrowing list of marquee companies — the likes of Google, McKinsey and Facebook — are avoiding the official channel to recruit from the top engineering colleges.

Feb

04

2017

0
Comments

Indian Students in America Concerned About Future in Trump Era

The president could scrap a measure that allows some students to stay on in the US for three years after getting their degree.

Feb

04

2017

0
Comments

South Africa Sees 27% Jump in Indian Tourists

South Africa witnessed 27 per cent growth in arrivals of Indian tourists till the third quarter at 81,429 compared to the same period in 2015.

Feb

03

2017

0
Comments

The Silver Lining in H1B Visa Reforms

Donald Trump’s proposed H1B visa reforms is challenging in the short term for India’s IT firms, but can serve as catalyst for their transformation into global players

back 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 next last total: 14724 | displaying: 351 - 420