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3 Indian-Americans among 8 people sentenced in call center fraud scheme in US
Three Indian-Americans are among eight people sentenced by a US court for their roles in a sophisticated India-based call center fraud scheme that defrauded thousands of Americans, resulting in over USD 3.7 million in losses.
Tri-services formation a first for Republic Day
The other firsts included Prime Minister Narendra Modi paying homage at the National War Memo...
Oyo gives B-schools a miss amid company rejig
The SoftBank-backed hospitality chain, which is under pressure to rein in costs and streamline ...
Republic Day: 15 ITBP officials get police service medals
Second-in-command-rank officer Ratan Singh Sonal, Section Officer C Durai Raj and deputy inspector generals A S Rawat and Nishith Chandra were among the officials decorated with the distinguished and meritorious medal, the spokesperson said. Inspector General D K Dimri, DIG S K Sharma and second-in command-rank officer R K Joshi were also among the recipients of the medal.
Sachin Bansal bets Flipkart fortune on banking services
Bansal, through his microfinance firm Chaitanya India, has applied for a banking licence.
How Muddy Waters is hammering Indian billionaire’s NMC Health
NMC’s margins are “too good to be true” relative to peers, said Muddy Waters.
ITI Ltd to raise Rs 1,400 crore through FPO, use Rs 607 crore for loan repayment
The issue will open on January 24 and close on January 28, said the company in a statement.
PIL filed in SC against DoT for not taking coercive action on AGR dues
The petition states that telcos have “willfully” “disobeyed” paying their AGR dues by the January 23 deadline.
Army stocking up munitions for 40-day war
Defence ministry sources say all the different types of ammunition for the Army will be built up to “10(I) levels”, which mean adequate stocks to undertake 10 days of “intensive” full-spectrum fighting, by 2022-2023, as per the latest assessment.
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.
NCML releases first estimate of rabi crop, indicates record food grain production
Rabi season which contributes to nearly 50% of the food grain production starts from November and lasts till April of the following year. The monsoon season of 2019 witnessed 10% above normal rainfall. The actual cumulative monsoon rainfall was 968 mm which was higher than the normal level of 880.6 mm.
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.
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.
Indian SaaS firms eye Japan, Latam to pip global giants
Indian firms are aiming to diversify focus on the Rest-of-the-World markets. The market expansion coincides with a push towards a platform play, creating a common design and engineering base from which products can be developed to meet a quicker time-tomarket paradigm.
Employees of PSU banks threaten to go on two-day strike from January 31
The meeting before Chief Labour Commissioner on Monday remain inconclusive so unions did not take back strike notice, AIBOC president Sunil Kumar said. The wage revision for employees of public sector banks is pending since November 2017.
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