The company raised nearly $70 million from the IPO
A new law raises the fees for H1B and L1 visas by almost $2,000 for companies over half of whose employees use work visas.
Go Figure August 2010
I Spy Little India : August 2010
Three clinical trials based on their work have been halted after questions were raised by scientists who failed to replicate their results.
India expects to register a 8.5 percent growth in the current 2010-2011 year and is aiming to touch double digits in 2010, according to Finance
A California valve company bribed officials at Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL), Maharashtra State Electricity Board (MSEB), Haryana State Electricity Board (HSEB), National Thermal Power
The Indian cabinet approved a symbol of the Indian rupee on July 15.
The list was topped by Wal-Mart.
The company currently is in a 50:50 joint venture with Bharti Enterprises.
A Hindu group in New Jersey, Forum for Hindu Awakening, is protesting the sale of statues of Hindu deities depicting Shiva and Shakti in sexual
Grameen Bank founder Muhammad Yunus will make an appearance on the hit TV show, The Simpsons, in October, during which he will highlight his micro-credit
The government proposes to subsidize the tablet by 50 percent
A court in Madhya Pradesh has fined a woman for defaming her husband’s manhood in her divorce petition, in which she sought separation on the
All applicants for the card must establish evidence of their Indian origins. But making such a demand of a man of Sir Naipaul’s stature?
India’s Achanta Sharath Kamal , 27, captured by the U.S Open Table Tennis Championships, defeating defending champion Thomas Keinath
A 6-year-old Indian American girl's nightmare on the U.S. government's no-fly list.
Gurcharn Sahota’s five-year-old car wash Elite Detailing in Derbyshire, services celebrity Ferarris, Bugatti Veyrons, McLaren F1s, F1 GTRs, Pagani Zondas and Rolls Royces.
The men were placed in labor camps in Mississippi and Texas by an oil rig company Signal International
A tech support agent in India is accused of striking up an online friendship with a caller and then using her credit card to purchase a Dell computer, which he shipped to a woman in Waynesboro, Tenn.