Jewelers Struggle Since India Cash Ban
"The 8th of November was the last day a jeweler may have smiled, after that he has been crying," Ketan Shroff, joint secretary at the India Bullion and Jewellers Association Ltd said.
Indian Culture Bolsters Family Businesses: Author
Mitzi Perdue, author of How to Make Your Family Business Last, says Indian family businesses have an inherent cultural advantage.
Bill Gates Meets Rajnath Singh, Yogi Adityanath to Discuss Welfare Initiatives
The Microsoft co-founder discussed public health initiatives and investment during the meetings with Indian leaders.
Silicon Valley, a Male Bastion?
Gender disparity continues to remain a reality in technology companies in the United States.
U.S. Committee Votes For Restrictions on Companies Using H-1B Visa Program
The new bill introduces multiple restrictions to the high-skilled visa program.
Moody’s Lifts India’s Sovereign Rating After 14 Years
Moody's upgrades India's local and foreign currency issuer rating to Baa2 from Baa3.
In Boost for India, Trump Discovers ‘Indo-Pacific’ on Asia Tour
According to a senior U.S. official, the phrase "Indo-Pacific" is intended to stress the U.S. and India as "bookends" in Asia.
New Delhi’s Pollution Problem Prompts Diplomats to Pack Their Bags
"I'm a living proof that our planet is dying today, coughing as i write with my indian bronchitis," wrote Mariela Cruz Alvarez, Costa Rican ambassador to India, in a blog post.
Narendra Modi Remains Most Popular Indian Political Figure: Survey
Growing contentment with the Indian economy has led to a positive assessment of Prime Minister Narendra Modi by the public.
Indian Firms Responsible For Creating 113,000 Jobs in U.S.: Report
Indian companies have invested nearly $18 billion in the United States, according to a report by Confederation of Indian Industry.