Foreign companies with plants in India considered as domestic: Kapil Sibal
Foreign companies which have manufacturing facilities in India will qualify as domestic manufacturer, Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal has said.
DoCoMo yet to sell its stake in Tata Teleservices
The Japanese company had to set a deadline of June-end to sell its 26.5 per cent stake in T...
Japan PM Shinzo Abe assures increased investment flow to Rajastan
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has assured Rajastan Chief Minister Vasu...
Tata Group officials to meet NTT Docomo brass to end deadlock in arbitration dispute
The meeting is scheduled for this week and may even have taken place in Mumbai. The agenda is to discuss options for Tata to pay NTT Docomo.
Why Japan is pouring lakhs of crores in cut-rate loans to build infrastructure across India
JICA is today the largest bilateral donor agency in India, having disbursed over Rs 1.5 lakh crore of soft loans to India since 2007-08.
Japanese restaurant chain Benihana sets shop in India
Knife-spinning chefs of Benihana restaurants have now set shop in the city providing a taste of authentic Teppanyaki. Japanese style of cooking.
How the galouti kebab assumed mythic proportions in the City of Nawabs, Lucknow
Lucknow’s legendary 'nawabi' sensibilities, often exaggerated and caricatured, have been on a decline.
Weak Yen pushes Japan’s trade deficit to a record
Exports climbed 6.4% in January from a year earlier, the first rise in eight months. Imports increased 7.3%.
Sony, Sharp post combined $11-billion loss
Sony Corp & Sharp Corp posted a combined $11 billion loss as the first decline in global TV shipments in 6 years.
Toyota says global sales up 13 per cent in February
Toyota said on Monday that global sales rose 13 per cent year-on-year in February, but analysts warned that the fall-out from recent mass safety recalls would continue to hang over the firm.
ADB extends $500 mn loan to Indian Railways
ADB has approved USD 500 million loan to help India improve rail services along some of the country's busiest freight and passenger routes.
Mykonos: The Greek isle, with its idyllic beaches, has repurposed itself as one of Europe’s elegant wining & dining playgrounds
From loopy 18-carat gold links to delicate anklets, the baubles are guaranteed to give your credit card the workout of its lifetime. Yet, their loveliness — just like Mykonos’ own — is impossible to resist.
Brazil steps up 'currency war' , pleads ceasefire
Brazil stepped up efforts to curb gains in the real by raising inflow taxes and said it may be forced to take additional measures as Guido Mantega called for an end to the worldwide 'currency war.'
Football managers vs cricket coaches
So, we’re told by Sachin Tendulkar that Greg ‘The Green Hornet’ Chappell had a cunning plan to take over the universe with Sachin as his Kato.
BoJ raises its economic view first time since '06
The Bank of Japan (BoJ) raised its view of the economy for the first time in almost three years on signs that a record contraction in the first quarter represented the worst of the recession.
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