Swedish Companies Committing a Fresh 1.1 Billion Dollars Investment in India
India is also an increasingly important market for Sweden, with more than 160 Swedish companies now established in the country, including Volvo, SAAB, Ikea and H&M
Facebook Starts Fact-checking Fake News in India
The launch in India is notable because Facebook, along with others, has been accused of not doing enough to prevent the influence of fake news in India, notes a report from BuzzFeed.
e-FRRO Visa Service Will Facilitate Travellers Coming to India
The idea behind the launch of this service is to speed up the visa process, and make all the transactions transparent for travellers.
Sachin Tendulkar Lone Indian in Jason Holder’s Best-ever Cricketing XI
Batting legend Sachin Tendulkar is the only Indian to have current West Indian skipper Jason Holder’s best-ever cricketing XI. Tendulkar features along with the likes of Shane Warne, Matthew Hayden and Kumar Sangakkara.
SoftBank Bets a Bundle on Indian And US Delivery Startups
Grofers and DoorDash secure nearly $600m in recent funding rounds.
India Wins Elections to Key UN Subsidiary Bodies
The UN's Economic and Social Council held elections to a number of its subsidiary bodies on Monday.
Coinbase Buys Earn.com, Makes Indian-American Balaji Srinivasan its CTO
Coinbase also appointed Indian - American, Balaji Srinivasan, co-founder and CEO, Earn.com as its first CTO, TechCrunch reported.
Corporate Debt Overhang Exerts Drag on Investment in India: IMF
According to the report, the recapitalisation plan for major public-sector banks announced in 2017 will help replenish capital buffers and improve the banking sector's ability to support growth.
New South Wales, India Announce $1.6M Partnership to Promote Startups and Tech Businesses
Australia’s budding entrepreneurs will visit India to pick up the tricks of the trade from the best in business. NSW has also roped in a local accelerator to run a programme for its fintech startups.
This Indian-Origin Man Sued Mark Zuckerberg For Stealing His Idea, Got Millions In Settlement
Divya Narendra was the first person to think of a social network to connect fellow Harvard students, an idea that he says was "stolen" by Mark Zuckerberg to create Facebook.