India gets UK court nod for appeal to extradite Chawla
Upholding concerns about conditions in Delhi’s Tihar Jail and alleged lack of systems to prevent torture in India, judge Rebecca Crane had turned down the extradition request on October 16.
100 People in the UK Swallowed Live Bacteria to Help Create India’s Breakthrough Typhoid Vaccine
The first conjugate vaccine for typhoid, by the Hyderabad-based company Bharat Biotech, was prequalified by the World Health Organisation in December 2017 and has caught the attention of GAVI, the international vaccine alliance.
India’s deep but forgotten roots in South-east Asia
It was the sea route to India that the colonial powers of Portugal, Spain, France and England set out to explore in order to gain direct access to the physical and intellectual wealth of India.
Film on First Indian American Ayurvedic Doctor in the U.S. Acquired by Zeitgist, Kino Lorber
Under the companies’ deal, Zeitgeist will market and release the film theatrically and Kino Lorber will handle home entertainment.
Sushma Swaraj comes to aid of Indian woman stranded with son’s body
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj helped an Indian woman in bringing back the mortal remains of her son, with whom she was travelling from Australia to India, after he died suddenly at the Kuala Lumpur international airport.
India’s TCS signs largest deal worth $2 billion
India's largest IT services company Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) on Friday announced bagging its biggest new deal valued over $2 billion from a US-based insurance company, a day after reporting a slide in its quarterly earnings.
Celebrating Bhima Koregaon is unpatriotic? So why not other British victories in India too
The Battle of Saragarhi is commemorated with a holiday in Punjab and the British Indian Army’s role in World War I is widely celebrated.
Over 100 years of whisking away B’lureans
For anyone who has grown up in Bengaluru, before the mushrooming of various bakery chains and outlets, the...
US lawmaker retires: Here’s why he gave Indian IT firms sleepless nights
Congressman Darrell Issa is the author of the 'Protect and Grow American Jobs Act', which is seen by Indian IT companies as a business killer.
Indian-American announces plans to run for US Congress
The Republican primary for the seat is scheduled for August 14. So far he is the only candidate from the party to enter the fray.