Japan and India plan to sign a free trade pact that will scrap tariffs on 94 percent of traded goods over the next decade.The agreement
The iconic studio with a roaring lion logo is struggling with its $4 billion debt.
Ambani currently ranks 4th on Forbes’ list
Sequiera gets her own show on the network, titled Aarti Party.
The tips are designed to “enhance cultural awareness, avoid misunderstandings and boost performance in caring for visitors,” according to VisitBritain.
Fraternity member Bhaskar Mookerji pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and environmental pollution.
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An Indian doctor in Arkansas was convicted of a bomb attack that disfigured and partially blinded the chairman of the state medical board that had
DNA evidece brings life to cold cases and delivers justice for victims.
Limbaugh issued a clarification, “I said a Hindu temple at Arizona memorial. I meant Shinto shrine. Hindus are Indian.”
Yves Gomes’ case has been highlighted by pro-organization groups to illustrate the unfairness of U.S. immigration policy.
Mike Pompeo said the link was mistakenly posted on the Pompeo for Congress website and then tweeted.
Mumbai’s five star Taj Mahal Hotel, which was severely damaged in the 2008 terrorist attacks, which killed 166 people, has fully reopened after 22 months.
Inc. magazine has named four Indian Americans among the “coolest young entrepreneurs” under the age of 30: Sachin Agarwal, 30, co-founder of San Francisco’s email
India accounts for nearly 1 in 8 spams worldwide, making it the world’s second biggest spammer, behind the U.S., which accounts for almost a quarter
Billionaire George Soros’ Quantum hedge fund has purchased a 4 percent stake in the Bombay Stock Exchange for $32 million. The deal values Asia’s oldest exchange,
Citing human rights and environmental violations, India’s environment ministry has barred Vedanta Resources, led by Indian billionaire Anil Agarwal, from mining bauxite for its alumina
Yahoo’s editor-in chief Srinija Srinivasan is leaving the company she helped found to focus on jazz. Srinivasan, 38, who joined Yahoo in 1995 as its fifth
Both companies will have a 50 percent stake in the network.