U.S. Administration Mulls New Changes For Stricter H-1B Visa Rules
The Department of Homeland Security may bring back the 2011 rule requiring pre-registration of employers planning to hire workers under the H-1B visa program.
84 McDonald’s Outlets Shut Shop in North, East India
The recent closure of McDonald's outlets is a result of discontinuation of supplies from a vendor.
This Company is Ready to Flood the U.S. with Cheap HIV Drugs
Some generics that Laurus produces may eventually sell for 90 percent less than branded HIV drugs in the U.S.
India Beats UK, China, Japan in Having Most Evolved Digital Payments System: Report
India has been rated 5 on a scale of 1 to 5 in faster payment innovation index, according to a recent report.
Bengaluru Becomes First Indian City to Get its Own Logo
The first part of the “Bengaluru - Be U” logo is in English while the rest is in Kannada.
Fired Indian Tech Workers Turn to Chatbots for Counseling
The upheaval in India's $154 billion tech outsourcing industry has prompted thousands of Indians to seek solace in online therapy services.
Number of Indian Tourists to Australia Rises by 15%
About 24,100 Indians visited Australia in October this year.
Big Data, Bullet Train Drive India-Japan Strategic Ties
With a young and growing population now at 1.3 billion people, India offers an enticing market for Japanese companies.
TCS Scores $2.25 Billion Deal with Nielsen
With the new agreement, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is assured of $320 million in business from Nielsen every year from 2017 to 2020.
Bank of Singapore to Increase Staff to Manage Wealth of Overseas Indians
Bank of Singapore plans to increase staff strength in Dubai to cater to Non-Resident Indians, and rich people in the region.