Uber, Texas Woman Raped in India to Settle Lawsuit
The Indian woman sued Uber in the United States after finding out that the company accessed and kept her medical records.
Reserve Bank of India Issues Advisory After Bitcoin Value Surge
The RBI said that it has not been given any license or authorization to bitcoin, and those dealing in the currency are doing so at their own risk.
India Among Countries That Violated UN Sanctions Against North Korea: Report
A total of 49 countries violated sanctions against North Korea to varying degrees, a report by an American think tank shows.
Amazon Recruits Indian Vendors for U.S. Buyers, But Struggles to Win Shoppers’ Trust in India
Amazon.com is trying to cut down prices and has roped in Indian merchants, even as a survey showed that shoppers in India trust Flipkart more.
India, South Korea Aim at Increasing Tourist Flow to 1 Million Visitors
The two countries also discussed increasing the number of flights to 150 times a week during the 16th India-Korea Strategic Dialogue.
U.S. Judge Gives Nod to Startup Visa
The current administration can no longer delay the International Entrepreneur Rule, the judge ruled.
Indian Carriers Trying to Lure Back Pilots from Gulf
While the Indian aviation sector is growing, the shortage of pilots and commanders remains a concern for many domestic airlines.
Adani Project Referred to Consumer Watchdog for ‘Misleading’ Claims in Australia
Adani group is “misleading" jobseekers with claims of its coal mine project creating 10,000 jobs, according to the complaint.
UAE to Open 3 New Consular Centers, Invest $75 Billion in India
The UAE embassy also launched a new mobile app for people travelling between the two countries.
Google Launches India-first Features; Rolls Out Two-wheeler Mode in Maps
Google Maps has started two-wheeler navigation first in India before rolling it out in other countries.