With Gurugram project, India a key part of Trump’s realty play
Trump Towers Delhi-NCR will be characterised by iconic twin towers rising over 600 feet that will be among the tallest towers in the region.
Indian American Ajit Jain moves a step closer to succeed Warren Buffett
“It is now officially a two-man race to succeed Warren Buffett as chief executive of a conglomerate that owns everything from auto insurer Geico to fast-food chain Dairy Queen.
Why Indian Entrepreneurs Are Looking Beyond America To Fulfill Their Startup Dreams
Some Indian entrepreneurs and engineers are actively exploring opportunities in countries that provide attractive citizenship privileges and opportunities to expand businesses.
How this Indian teacher entered the Guinness Book of World Records
The report added that Pawbake achieved the feat in his village in Sangamner, Ahmednagar district on November 6, 2017
Foreign banks make a beeline for India
The number of foreign bank branches in India fell to 288 in 2016-17 from 317 in 2015-16, according to RBI data.
India emerges as fastest growing market for Australian tourism
Arrivals from India to Australia grew by 15 per cent for the year ended October 2017, with an influx of 294,000 visitors, compared to the same period last year, making it the ninth largest inbound market for Australia.
Australia,US among major markets for Indian freelancers
Respondents stated various reasons for choosing freelancing including increased income, flexibility in schedules and ability to choose who to work for.
How India’s battle to decriminalise gay sex could end up mirroring US struggle for abortion rights
At the heart of both debates lies the right to privacy.
India retrieves 12th-century Brahma-Brahmani idol from London, others to follow soon
India has retrieved a 12th-century priceless marble idol of Brahma and his consort Brahmani, which was stolen from Gujarat’s Patan in 2001, from London after a wait of over 16 years
British parliamentarian quashes reports of ban on officials to visit gurudwaras
There is no such law in Britain that anyone should be stopped to visit any place of worship.