US-based start-up expands in India, Southeast Asia and China
The US-based building intelligence solutions provider is opening office in Delhi soon, its fourth office in India. Currently, the firm has an engineering, product development and sales hub in Bengaluru, as well as sales and support services offices in Chennai and Mumbai.
View: What the Hyderabad encounter tells us about the state of India's democracy
The rape and murder of a young woman in Hyderabad was gruesome enough. The response of the state, of rounding up four presumed culprits and bumping them off in a so-called encounter, was no less appalling. The response of many, particularly those in public life, who gleefully cheered the police action, is indeed horrific.
China's trade with US sinks in November amid tariff war
Exports to the United States fell 23% from a year earlier to $35.6 billion, customs data showed Sunday. Imports of American goods were off 2.8% at $11 billion, giving China a surplus with the United States of $24.6 billion.
India's fight against terrorism cemented its position as one of the strongest nations: Rajnath Singh
Recounting the erstwhile BJP government's efforts to maintain "friendly relations" with Pakistan, he said former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee had visited the neighbouring country to extend a "hand of friendship", and, in return, received Kargil invasion.
Indo-US partnership inherent to India’s growth story: Ambassador Shringla
Indian Ambasador to USA Harsh Vardhan Shringla also suggested that bilateral relationship between India and the United States is evolving fast both in the strategic and economic domains and this is key to India’s growth story. His comments are significant ahead of the 2+2 ministerial level dialogue on December 18.
India-China joint training exercise commences in Meghalaya
Umroi (Meghalaya), Dec 07 (ANI): The 8th India-China joint training exercise named 'HAND-IN-HAND 2019' commenced on December 7 at Joint Trai...
US resumes talks with Taliban in Doha: US source
"The US rejoined talks today in Doha. The focus of discussion will be reduction of violence that leads to intra-Afghan negotiations and a ceasefire," said the source. In September, US and the Taliban had appeared on the verge of signing a deal that would have seen Washington begin withdrawing thousands of troops in return for security guarantees.
Data is national asset, it must be protected; digital nationalism need of the hour: SJM
"Data should not only be stored within geographical limits of India, but must also be computed here.Data is a national asset; it may be commercial, strategic or even elementary.Data must be protected," Mahajan said.
India trying to set up IPR office on US model
Responding during Question Hour, Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal said the government has brought a lot of "sanity" to the working of eight areas of IPR, be it patent, copyright or trademark.
The curious case of Vikram, India’s crashed moon lander
The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter happened to pass over the Vikram landing site 10 days after its crash.
India, US may sign a pact on defence technology sharing at 2+2 Washington meet
It is expected that the two sides will sign the Industrial Security Annex (ISA) that will enable transfer of technology by a US firm to its Indian partners in the private sector. While several US companies, including Lockheed Martin and Boeing, are already working on defence products with Indian partners — mostly to meet offset obligations.
UK PM Johnson visits Hindu temple, vows to partner with PM Modi to build new India
Prime Minister Johnson vowed to partner with his Indian counterpart Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his mission to build a new India.
Iran frees American for US-held scientist
Iran and the US conducted a prisoner exchange on Saturday that saw a detained scholar released for an Iranian scientist held by America, mar...
India increases lead in South Asian Games, crosses 200 medals
Kathmandu (Nepal), Dec 08 (ANI): India has continued their lead in the medal tally by crossing 200 medals in the 13th edition of the ongoing...
India in growth recession; extreme centralisation of power in PMO not good: Raghuram Rajan
The starting point to address this slowdown will be for the Modi govt to acknowledge the problem, he said.
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