Vijay Mallya Loses $1.55 Billion Debt Recovery Case Filed by Indian Banks in UK
The lawsuit was filed by banks in London in a bid to recover over $1.55 billion from Vijay Mallya.
Narendra Modi, Mukesh Ambani Among World’s Most Powerful People: Forbes
Narendra Modi retained his position at No. 9 in the 2018 Forbes' list of the World’s Most Powerful People.
India Top Remittance Receiving Country in 2017: UN Report
Around 400 million people are directly affected by remittances in Asia-Pacific region, according to the report.
Temple Committee in Fix Over Gupta Brothers’ Offer of Gold-Plated Sanctum Roof
The Badri Kedar Temple Committee wrote to the Uttarakhand government, asking them to seek advice from the Enforcement Directorate about a donation offer from the Gupta brothers.
US Bankruptcy Court Approves Investigation into Fugitive Indian Jeweler’s Firms
The U.S. examiner has collected one terabyte of data from Nirav Modi’s defunct companies.
India to Have Skilled Labor Surplus of 245 Million Workers by 2030, Says Study
A talent deficit of 85.2 million workers across global economies can be expected by 2030, according to a study by consulting firm Korn Ferry.
Indian Companies Invested Over $4 Billion in South Africa: Report
Indian companies have created around 18,000 jobs in South Africa and are focusing on sustainable development in the country, according to a CII- PwC report.
India, UAE to Collaborate for Mutual Recognition of Workers’ Qualifications
The new collaboration will help Indian workers earn higher wages through recognition of additional qualifications like a diploma.
Mapping Invisible Jobs to Help Measure India’s Real Growth
About 12 million young people are set to enter the workforce every year in Asia's third-largest economy over the next two decades.
Court Dismisses Indian Govt’s Plea Against Vodafone’s 2nd International Arbitration
The Delhi High Court allowed the second arbitration initiated by Vodafone Plc. under the India-U.K. Bilateral Investment Protection Agreement.