Indian Walks Away With Europe Business Assembly Award

Ghana's Subah Infosolutions once again gained international recognition by bagging Europe Business A...

India-financed Rail Project to Enhance Connectivity in West Africa

An India-financed $398 million railway project will push trade in eastern and northern Ghana and also open up landlocked countries in West Africa.

It's China vs US to be Lead Investor in Desi Startups

Investors from the Middle Kingdom are being aggressively courted by Indian entrepreneurs, and their backers, as they search for long-term pools of private capital

Trump Pledges Consequences For US Firms Moving Offshore

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.

Indian-American Executives Arrested on Fraud Charges in US

Two top Indian-American executives were on Thursday arrested in the US for allegedly misrepresenting their company's finances to inflate its stock price.

PM Modi Moves To Amazonize' $400 Billion of Government Purchases

Prime Minister Narendra Modi plans to move all government purchases, from paper clips to power plant turbines, to an Amazon-like online marketplace that could eventually be worth a fifth of the country's $2 trillion economy.

Modi's Demonetisation Drive is Silently Changing India

the struggle for cash may also be silently changing the way the country transacts as the dematerialisation of shares did to stock trading in the mid-90s.

Yoga Gurus: The Leaders Behind India's Hottest Consumer Products

The newcomers’ success is snatching market share from larger established suppliers, which have had to develop their own ayurveda lines.

UK New Visa Rules Indian IT Firms Won’t be Affected

The recent change in UK visa rules announced today which created a panic among Indian IT professionals might not have a significant impact, according to experts in the industry.

Mad Over Donuts to Expand Operations in India

Its rival Dunkin’ Donuts, operated by Jubilant FoodWorks in India, has 73 outlets across 23 cities.

Thane Call Centres Duped 15,000 Americans

Investigators have arrested 20 people in the United States, and Indian authorities have made 75 arrests following October raids on three premises in the Thane suburb of Mumbai

4 India-born CEOs in Fortune Businessperson of the Year List

The four India-born CEOs are Microsoft’s Satya Nadella, Mastercard’s Ajay Banga, AO Smith’s Ajita Rajendra, and HDFC Bank’s Aditya Puri

Demonetisation Hits NRI Weddings, Travel Plans

Several Indian families living abroad, who had plans to visit India around the year-end, are keeping a close watch on the prevailing situation.

British Indians Sending Old Notes Home On Flights With Friends

The looming December 30 deadline has rat.tled many British Indians, who make up 2.5 per cent of the population of England and Wales

Digital Dabbawalas

It’s been more than a decade that the world woke up to the reality that Mumbai’s lunch-dabba system is an act of urban genius.

What do The Cash Queues Tell us About India

There was a time, not so long ago, when most Indians stood in queues for hours on end for essential goods and services.

India Cash Crunch Hits Expat Remittances

Indian Expatriates in the UAE are finding it hard to send money to their families back home due to the continuing cash crunch there.

India Urged to Focus on Silk Route Connectivity

India must focus on improving connectivity along the ancient Silk Route in order to establish itself as a hub for Asia-Europe trade, a senior UN official said.

Modi's Cashless Economy Dream a Reality in a Gujarat Village

Village of Akodara, a tiny village situated in the Sabarkantha district of Gujarat. It's around 90 kilometres from the state’s financial capital Ahmedabad.

Delhi Replaces Mumbai As The Financial Capital Of India

What makes Delhi NCR more buoyant and inspirational than Mumbai may be attributed to massive spatial consolidation and contentedness that have emanated from synchronisation between state and business.

Fearing Tighter US Visa Regime, Indian IT Firm Rush to Hire

Anticipating a more protectionist U.S. technology visa programme under a Donald Trump administration, India's $150 billion IT services sector will speed up acquisitions in the United States and recruit more heavily from college campuses there.

Fat Indian Weddings Are Going on a Crash Diet

For those who do not want to scrimp on costs in the time of a cash crunch, wedding planners who have tied up with banks is an option.

ESPN Plans to Customise Global Shows For India

ESPN is planning to customize its international shows like ‘Pardon the Interruption’ and ‘SportsCenter’ for the Indian marke

Indian IT Companies Seem Like Latest Donald Trump Casualty

Among Donald Trump’s early priorities is the H-1B programme, under which 65,000 temporary workers are allowed to work in the US each year.

Indian Social Entrepreneurs Win Global Competition in Singapore

Two young Indian social entrepreneurs have won a global competition aimed at empowering women and girls in the Asia-Pacific region.

WHO Settles India, EU Medicine Dispute

In a significant victory for the global access to medicines campaign, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has dropped the term ‘counterfeit’ and retained ‘falsified’ to describe medicines of inferior quality.

Amul to Sell Products Via Amazon in The US

Home-grown food brand Amul will now sell its products in the US through online retailer Amazon's global selling programme.

Amazon May Take Patanjali to International Markets

E-commerce giant Amazon is betting more and more on Indian brands to boost its product portfolio globally.

Indian Rupee Rises Against US Dollar on Firm Asian Cues

The Indian rupee on Friday jumped 0.5%, the maximum gains in two months, against the US dollar.

Donald Trump Weighs Heavily on Indian IT Stocks

The Indian IT industry could face its biggest challenge till date, as President-elect Donald Trump gets his hands closer to implementing his rhetoric, which protects an American worker.

How Will India Destroy 20 Billion Banknotes

India's central bank will have to destroy, by one estimate, some 20 billion "expired" banknotes after it scrapped two high-value denominations.

India Surpasses USA to Become 2nd Largest Global Smartphone Market

India surpassed the USA to become the second largest global smartphone market in terms of users in early 2016 and is on track to cross half a billion smartphone users mark within the next five years.

Indian Tycoons Met Donald Trump Before Their Own PM

Photographs of President-elect Donald Trump meeting with three Indian real estate executives at Trump Towers, New York, surfaced on social media.

India Joins Forces With EU For Skill India Mission

The sectors identified for collaboration include manufacturing, food processing, infrastructure development, urbanisation (smart cities for example), transportation, hospitality, healthcare etc.

Startups Giving Shape to India's Digital Turn

Today a host of startups are creating innovative solutions that solve business and consumer problems across sectors.

Indian Builders Celebrating The Rise of President Donald Trump

Real estate experts say Donald Trump’s win and impending elevation to be the US President will only serve to enhance the Trump Organization’s appeal to Indian developers.

The Fiery BBC Interview That Went Viral in India

This is symptomatic of a worrying trend in India, where journalists are often accused of being "biased" towards one camp or another when they are only trying to do their job and ask valid and legitimate questions.

After India-Cyprus Tax Deal, All Eyes on India-Singapore Tax Treaty

The journey of amending tax treaties to plug the loopholes of treaty shopping and the perceived round tripping of Indian money from overseas jurisdiction is on.

Manish Mehrotra: NYC Doesn’t Have a Reference Point For Me

Fresh off a Zagat crown, Indian Accent’s Manish Mehrotra on competition, creativity and the coveted star

Dragon Now Angel For Indian Startups

Chinese firms and funds have become big investors in Indian startups , and they are becoming particularly useful now as US funds slow down.

back 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 next last total: 5560 | displaying: 361 - 400