The redrawing of tax agreement between India and Mauritius in May this year to close a popular loophole, that allowed investors to skirt levies on capital gains made in India, has triggered a similar revision in pact with Singapore.
South Africa’s anti-corruption watchdog questioned President Jacob Zuma on Thursday over claims he was influenced by the wealthy Indian Gupta family to appoint government officials and get state contracts.
Regardless of the outcome of November’s U.S. presidential election, the United States is poised to continue its reengagement in the Asia-Pacific region to counter China’s growing military might and increased belligerency.
The UK on Tuesday unveiled plans to further its crackdown on immigration through "work and study routes" from non-EU nations, in a move that is expected to make it difficult for British firms to hire professionals from countries like India.
The US today welcomed India's ratification of the Paris climate agreement with President Barack Obama saying that by joining the pact Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Indian people have carried on Mahatma Gandhi's legacy.
India's announcement of "surgical strikes" in Pakistan on Thursday marked a sharp worsening of tensions between the nuclear-armed nations, signalling Delhi has lost patience with its neighbor for allegedly sheltering militants.
On May 24, 1893, a 24-year-old lawyer from India named Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi reached South Africa as a laywer hired by Dada Abdullah to act on his behalf in a commercial dispute with a family member.
Taking India's campaign to internationally isolate Pakistan even further, Sushma Swaraj said that "in our midst, there are nations that still speak the language of terrorism, that nurture it, peddle it, and export it.
As Pakistan and India once again locked horns for a possible military conflict in the wake of the Sept 18 Uri attack, the US is believed to have been quietly pushing New Delhi to take the military option off the table.