India to become collateral damage in Trump’s trade war on steel, aluminium
With the United States imposing import duties of 25% and 10% steel and aluminium under the Trump administration, Indian companies will not be directly hit, but could get hurt due to higher supply pressure in the countries where India is a major expor
Ajay Gupta fled India on day Zuma resigned, report
Jacob Zuma stepped down from office on 14 February as pressure from the African National Congress mounted on him to make way for Cyril Ramaphosa.
Immigration repatriates Indian businessman; Workers demand his return
The repatriation of Mr Ashok Kumar Sivaram, an Indian businessman, has enraged workers of his company, Jai Mai Communications Limited, which specialises in the installation and maintenance of fibre optic cables.
UK to raise concern at senior levels over British Sikh held in Indian jail
The Indian government maintains that “due process” is being followed in the case, which was last raised at a ministerial level during the UK visit of Indian minister of state for home Kiren Rijiju in January.
India seeks more US FDI from mid-west region
In the last three years, India has achieved a growth rate of around seven per cent and it is estimated that India will continue to grow at around 7.5 per cent, she said.
Court Allows Bank Of Baroda To Leave South Africa Over Gupta Brothers Links
Bank of Baroda was the only bank that had been working with the Gupta companies after all South African banks severed ties with them following corruption allegations against Ajay, Atul and Rajesh Gupta involving billions of rands.
EB-5 visas gaining popularity as H-1B becomes more difficult to get
The United States Congress created the EB-5 Program in 1990 to enable high net worth foreign investors to obtain a US visa for themselves and their immediate family.
Japan to Indian techies rescue: Country wants to recruit 2 lakh IT professionals
The Japanese government, Maeda said, will be issuing Green Cards for highly skilled professionals, the first of its kind in the world, thereby, providing people to get permanent resident status in as short as one year. This is one of the fastest gran
Bahrain to attract Indian IT companies
The GCC has one of the highest levels of smartphone penetration in the world at 120 per cent. Cisco estimates that GCC will see 41 per cent CAGR in cloud traffic by 2019.
Has Nirav Modi left Hong Kong business
It can be speculated that India's number one jewel thief may have wrapped up his business in Hong Kong, and moved his money to another place.