The UK government is finalising plans to cut annual student visa figures by nearly half, from the current 300,000 to 170,000, a media report said today amid a sharp fall in students coming to the country from outside Europe including India.
US President-elect Donald Trump has vowed to end the practice of laid-off American workers being made to train foreigners brought over to replace them, a move which could impact Indian technology workers and outsourcing companies.
The Gujarat Cricket Association is planning make the Sardar Patel Stadium in Motera, Ahmedabad, a 110,000 capacity venue, surpassing the biggest cricket stadium in the world - Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) which has a 100,024 capacity
US-based Amazon and Uber kept a conspicuous silence after the poster boys of Indian Internet entrepreneurship — Flipkart Chairmanl and Ola CEOl — joined forces to make a strong pitch for policies that will favour homegrown companies.
Corporate India’s most dramaticbattle in recent history was framed by top level disputes from issues as diverse as the proper way for Tatas to do poll funding to whether Tatas should tie up with an American fast food chain.
Pune-based theoretical physicist and Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCAA) professor Thanu Padmanabhan has won the decade long challenge he posed to the international community of astrophysicists.
An Indian businessman in the US has pleaded guilty to committing a visa fraud by enrolling foreign nationals at a college and illegally obtaining full-time work authorisations for them without attending classes.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that he had agreed with British counterpart Theresa May to set up a joint working group on trade, adding that its focus should not only be on goods but also services.
President-elect Donald Trump warned that the government would punish companies seeking to move operations overseas with "consequences," setting the stage for an unusual level of intervention by the White House into private enterprise.