In A First An Indian Lawyer Makes It To Fortune’s World’s Greatest Leaders List
Ranked at 20, Ms. Jaising has now been lauded for her work through her NGO, Lawyers Collective.
India’s Fortis Healthcare rules out Chinese and Malaysian bids
Board decides to consider only binding offers from local groups Manipal and Hero-Dabur
India, UK Ties: Failure to Ink Pact on Illegal Migrants’ Return Raises Eyebrows
It is understood that a failure to reach an agreement on the numbers of returns and the speed at which they would be required to be returned led to hopes of a swift deal being reached fading.
India’s First Consignment of Alphanso to US Begins Journey
The first consignment of Alphanso mangoes from the country has left for the US market from Vashi in Mumbai after getting approvals from American quarantine officials.
Uber Doubling Down on India Investments After Exiting Southeast Asia
Uber sold its South-east Asia business to bigger local rival Grab, getting a 27.5 per cent stake in Grab, which was last valued at $6 billion in July.
US Congress Warned Against Imposing Sanctions on India
The CAATSA is imposed on countries that are doing business with Russia for defence and intelligence sectors. Under the act, India could face this sanction for buying defence equipment from Russia, especially the S-400 missile defence system.
Malcolm Turnbull Looks to Booming India as a Home for Australian Super Funds
At a time of tension between Australia and China, the meeting in London sets up a series of meetings that can cement Australian relationships with the United Kingdom, India and the Pacific Islands.