Arun Jaitley Raises H1-B Visa Issue With US Commerce Secretary

Arun Jaitley “strongly raised” the key H-1B visa issue in his meeting with US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in Washington DC.

Indian-origin Man Charged For Impersonating US Tax Official

A 29-year-old Indian-origin man and another person have been charged for allegedly impersonating US tax officials and falsely representing victims from the department to send payments to their bank accounts and debit cards.

UK Food And Drink Trade Mission Looking For Indian Partners

The UK's Department for International Trade, is bringing in a strong delegation of UK food and drink companies to participate in the 10th India Food Forum.

Justice For Indian-origin Man 18 Years After His Murder

Scottish national was on Sunday sentenced to life in jail for the murder of a man of Indian-origin 18 years ago.

Metlife Looks to Exit India Insurance Venture

US insurer Metlife Inc plans to exit its India insurance venture to concentrate on its home market where challenges are mounting.

What Fintech Startups in India Can Learn From Baba Ramdev

Fintech startups may be opening new vaults in the financial services industry in India today but will this disruption down the shutters of traditional banks

The Star of Intellectual Journalism

A new collection of writings from ‘The Modern Review’, and the history of intellectual journalism in India.

Indian Buffalo Meat Threatens World’s Biggest Live Cattle Trade

Indian frozen buffalo meat sales are hitting the sprawling Australian ranches that supply Indonesia with more than half a million live cattle a year.

Indians Paid 10 Times More Than Cuban Counterparts

Initially neither the presence of Indian employees or the wage differential was considered especially controversial.

Rolls-Royce Made Secret Payments

An investigation has found evidence that suggests Rolls-Royce made secret payments to an unregistered Indian agent.

Gig Economy on Rise in India

Gig economy is on the rise in India and the country has potential to become the top freelancing and crowdsourcing hub in the Asia region, even globally, says a report.

South Africa Supports India On Domestic Solar Content Issue

South Africa has come out in support of India’s right to mandate use of domestic content in renewable energy projects.

US Presidential Election Distressing For Indian-Americans

As the US presidential election draws to a close, it seems almost laughable that any nation in the world would look at what is happening in the US now and want to copy America’s style of democracy.

Indian-origin Researcher's Smart Textiles to Help Measure Illness

Research by an Indian-origin scientist at the University of Rhode Island has shown that clothes and other wearable items could possibly sense illness and transmit data to a doctor in a distant clinic to monitor health and prescribe drugs.

Call Centre Scam: Mastermind Fled To Gulf During Police Raid

Crime branch teams raided seven call centres at Mira Road in adjoining Thane district, in the multi-crore scam in which US citizens were cheated of millions of dollars.

We Are an Ally Who Stood by India in Darkest Hours: Russia

With deals over USD 12 billion in kitty this month, Russia hopes to bag more projects as it termed itself as not just a business partner but an "ally" who stood by India in its "darkest hours"

Stamp of Honour For Diwali in US

The US Postal Services has released a postage stamp on Diwali, the first state-sponsored recognition of the "joyous annual Hindu festival".

Exhibition Showcasing History of Indians Launched in Singapore

The exhibition, "Once Upon a Time in Little India", details the lives of early South Asian migrants, who came to call precinct their home.

Pakistan Urges UK to Press India to Stop HR Violations

Prime Minister’s Special Assistant on Foreign Affairs Tariq Fatemi said it is incumbent on Britain to ask India to enter into a sustained dialogue process with Pakistan for peaceful settlement of the issues.

The BRICS Without Mortar

The BRICS' eighth annual summit, held Oct. 15-16 in Goa, India, was lackluster, and the group's representatives struggled to agree on the content of their declaration.

John Key Arriving Today as NSG Buzz is Back

New Zealand PM will visit New Delhi ahead of key meetings with China on membership in November

Meet The Hindus For Donald Trump

At a convention organized by Indian Americans supporting Trump, movies, politics and Modi are part of the conversation

India Formally Joins Elite Missile Club MTCR

India on Monday joined the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) as a full member and said its entry would be mutually beneficial to enhance global non-proliferation norms.

Court Allows Women to Enter Temples

India court says women have 'fundamental right' to enter temples

Singapore Most Preferred Destination of Tamil Diaspora

According to a study, Singapore has emerged as the most preferred destination among NRIs from Tamil Nadu.

India to be Star Performer

India will be a "star performer" among emerging market economies and is expected to clock 7.7 per cent growth in 2016

When The Unknown Inspires

The Valley of Flowers has stunning scenery; and even strangers encourage you on the trek to Hemkunt Sahib

With Freebies, New York City Targets Long-staying Indians

he most visited city in the US awaits, with lots more new to offer Indians,

Has India Inc Finally Made Peace With Arbitration

Lately, multinationals have been hauling India to arbitration under certain clauses of bilateral investment treaties (BITs) signed between countries.

Shopping Malls Fold Across India

It was about a decade ago that shopping malls became a common sight in India's cities, drawing crowds with their food courts, cinemas and shops.

Ramdev Biggest Indian Buyer of Red Sanders

Yoga guru Baba Ramdev has emerged as the biggest buyer of the much-sought after red sanders in the country.

Entry to India: How to Switch From PIO to OCI

Mr. Modi pledged to eliminate discrepancies between foreign nationals with links to India who hold PIO cards and those who have OCI cards.

India's Daughter

We should be happy BBC made this 'shaming' documentary.

Phone Pioneer

Mr Bhasin set up India's first call centre in 1998 with just 18 employees taking calls in an office where the booths were divided by saris hanging from the ceiling.

Gandhi of India

He is needed now more than ever.

The Return of India's Aviation Pioneer

2014 proved to be quite an eventful year for the aviation sector.

Love of Yoga Fuels a $27 bn Industry in America

The growth in the yoga market is reflected in the growth of the Journal itself. Founded in 1975, it now has 10 international editions.

India’s Birth Rate Shrinks

India’s birth rate declined dramatically in the last two decades.

Indian PM Gets Rock Star Welcome

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has basked in a rock star welcome to the United States as he vowed to work tirelessly to make his nation a major power.

Amazing India Energizes Me

Amazon is little over a year old in India. But the local team here has blown past the initial set of goals.

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