As of now, no Indian in China affected by coronavirus outbreak: MEA
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar is closely monitoring the situation, MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said. "We are also closely coordinating with Chinese authorities. As of now, we understand that no Indian citizens have been affected by the outbreak and that food and water supplies are available to them," Kumar tweeted.
India constantly checking on Indians in China amid outbreak of coronavirus: Jaishankar
The assurance comes, a day after India requested Beiji...
Stranded Indian students in Wuhan: India says examining all options
India on Sunday said it is examining "all options" in consultations with ...
Chinese decimation of Indian phonemakers is complete. Automakers next?
Chinese firms created massive ripples at a time when US giants like Amazon and FB/WhatsApp face political heat.
Indians are determined to achieve even in the face of adversity: Narendra Modi
Modi in his previous address on December 29, had urged people to take up tasks to uplift the poor and had stressed the need for buying indigenous products to support the artisans.
Indianness rooted in diversity, says Kerala Governor Khan in R-Day address
Leading the 71st Republic Day celebrations in the state, Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan on Sunday said Indianness has been rooted in diversity and the Constitution truly reflected eternal Indian ethos.
Chaat Masala: Gourmet Indian street food
As chaat became a ubiquitous street food, the use of masala also morphed from simple bhuna zeera-rock salt combine to recipes containing multiple spices.
Huge opportunity for Indian SaaS companies make investors bullish
The two-day event that was held on the outskirts of Chennai saw more than 500 companies and over 50 investors attending the event and was sponsored by VC firms like Tiger Global, Accel, and Sequoia.
Person of Indian Origin (PIO) figures in Europe’s biggest tax heist
They fooled the system in a way that that two investors could claim refunds for taxes that were paid just once.
Swiss residency, startup incubation and real estate investments: All on offer for Indians, others
The new venture, IDDI Investments, will also help people in identifying their target investments, including in distressed companies in their areas of interest and sectors like renewable energy, pharma, biotechnology and information technology.
Brave New World: Indian economy staring at stagflation; Fed’s balance sheet shrinks
India's headline inflation surged to 7.35% in December, the highest in five years.
What's next for Indian startups?
Internet businesses in 2012-13 helped form a new wave of entrepreneurship in India. It was refreshing and had the promise of creating a very different type of corporate India – based on services and products – not a rent-seeking model.
Extinction watch: The great Indian bustard species may vanish & why
Depending on what’s available, the bustard will eat worms, small mammals and small reptiles. Locusts, crickets and beetles make the bulk of its diet in the monsoon.
Indian Bank net up 62% at Rs 247 crore
Net interest income at Rs 1,955.18 crore increased by13.89% compared to the same period last year
Indian Railways’ first waste to energy plant commissioned
The plant has a catalytic converter and it converts the waste materials into light diesel oil, gas, carbon powder and water through ‘Polycrack’ technology.
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