China Development Bank files insolvency case against RCom
China Development Bank has become the first lender to file a case against debt-ridden Reliance Communications Ltd (RCom) under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, said two people familiar with the matter.
The unknown Indian woman doctor on Google Doodle
Raut became a doctor when modern medicine was in its infancy, which is noteworthy. Even in Britain, which established the first medical college for women in 1874, there weren't many women practising doctors at the time.
Britons jailed in India win appeal
Initially charges were quashed when the men argued that the weapons were lawfully held for anti-piracy purposes and the paperwork, issued by the UK government, was in order.
India unlikely to insist on food security clause at WTO
Under existing WTO rules, developing countries like India need to limit the procurement of foodgrain such as wheat and rice to within 10 percent of the crop's value. Disallowing such special support by governments to their domestic producers is to en
UK IT professionals could lose out in a free trade deal between UK and India
India’s high commissioner to the UK YK Sinha said any future trade agreement the UK has with India, which is the world’s sixth biggest economy, will require the UK to relax rules on the movement of Indian professionals to work in the UK.
For many Indian merchants selling on Amazon.com is more lucrative than on Amazon India
Americans shopping on Amazon.com this holiday season may find that the best deals for popular gifts like leather shoes and luxury bedding are coming from an unexpected source: Indian merchants.
India boxers’ training trip to USA cancelled due to visa complications
Seven Indian male boxers were to travel to the USA for a 10-day training at the acclaimed Michael Johnson Performance Centre in Texas early next month. However, the trip has been put of for now after visas did not come through in time.
India women to face England in World Cup opener
India has been placed along side World No. 2 and host England in a tricky Pool B of FIH women’s hockey World Cup, to be held in London next year. Besides England, the other nations in India’s pool are world no. 7 USA and Ireland.
India’s ‘Miami:’ Putting Mumbai’s Art Deco on the map
The ambitious Art Deco Mumbai project aims to document every single one and educate residents about the buildings’ origins to ensure the “style moderne” architectural legacy of India’s financial capital is preserved.
Gujarati NRIs reach home state to boost BJP
Around 20-25 NRIs are in touch with the Overseas Friends of BJP, an arm of the party that deals with the diaspora, to canvas for the party during Gujarat elections. Most of them are from the US, followed by UK, Canada, New Zealand and Australia. Thei