Diamond Trade from South Africa Gets Easier for Surat Merchants
Rough diamonds from South Africa will directly reach traders of Surat and Mumbai as per the agreement.
Businessmen Handed Ban for Illegal Employment in UK Restaurants
Twenty restaurant directors were found to have employed 41 illegal workers between them across the United Kingdom.
Mattel Sues Sunny Leone Film for Using ‘Barbie’ Trademark
Mattel alleged that the song used their trademark without their permission and in a manner antagonistic to its customers' values.
Top Indian Lawyers Harish Salve, Gopal Subramanium to Clash in Singapore Court
Harish Salve will represent Ranbaxy while Gopal Subramanium will represent Daiichi Sankyo in a case to be heard in Singapore.
Sailor Rescued After Spending a Year on Abandoned Ship in UAE
Indian sailor Nirmal Singh Rawat was rescued by authorities after spending close to a year alone on board an abandoned ship.
U.S. FCC Chairman Moves to Repeal Obama-era Net Neutrality Rules
The current rules are “heavy-handed public-utility style regulations,” FCC chairman Ajit Pai said.
More NRIs in UAE Want to Buy Property in India Now: Survey
35% NRIs surveyed in UAE want to buy a home in India in the next three months.
Maria Sharapova Under Probe in Fraudulent Luxury Housing Case
Maria Sharapova faces investigation for endorsing a luxury apartment project in Gurgaon that never took off.
Indian Automaker’s Plant Is Latest Sign of Detroit Comeback
Mahindra expects to build about 5,000 off-road vehicles in the plant’s first year, then add capacity to more than double the volume.
Entrepreneurship Summit Is Testament to India-U.S. Ties: Ivanka Trump
India is a “great friend and partner” of the United States, says Ivanka Trump.