Modi risks losing focus on Indian economy as protests build
A month ago, Modi’s govt was ramping up programs to help boost growth from 6 yr low of 4.5% .
Black box problem: Humans can't trust AI, US-based Indian scientist feels lack of transparency is the reason
Trust is a major issue with AI b...
View on Indian markets: Cautious optimism, says Aviva Investors' Aaron Armstrong
The asset management business of UK's largest insurance comp...
Indian IT much beyond exploiting cheap labour: HCL
Indian technology companies have moved beyond exploiting availability of cheap labour in India to helping their clients reimagine their businesses, said Anand Birje, corporate vice president and head of the digital & analytics practice at HCL.
Indian IT companies deploy hitech technologies at home and abroad
India’s big tech players now have products that offer unique solutions involving high-end software and robotics.
15 Indian-origin MPs register strong result in UK election
Indian-origin candidates across both the ruling Conservative and Opposition Labour parties registered equally strong results of seven wins each in the UK's General Election on Thursday, with around a dozen MPs retaining their seats alongside some new faces, taking their number in the UK's lower house up to 15.
Are Indian bonds defying rate transmission?
Banks earn 5.15% via the repo window while four-year government bonds are yielding 6.55%.
Porsche bets rich Indians will pay to show off electric cars
Local duties in India make imported luxury cars about 2.5 times more expensive than what they cost in Europe -- a reason cited by Elon Musk for ignoring the market so far -- but that’s no deterrent for prospective buyers, accordion to Pavan Shetty, director at Porsche India. But, Porsche is planning to start selling its electric Taycan model in India next year.
Indian airlines likely to post loss of over $600 million this fiscal: report
In June, it projected a consolidated net profit of $500-700 million in the optimistic case.
After 50% returns, 2020 may be even better for Indian IPOs
BSE IPO Index, a gauge of shares in their first two years of trading, has climbed 36% in 2019.
Vietnam's richest man Pham Nhat Vuong bets $2 billion to sell cars to Americans
The billionaire behind six-month-old Vietnamese auto startup VinFast plans a feat even Toyota and Hyundai couldn’t pull off during their early days: sell a car in the US. Pham Nhat Vuong is so intent on exporting electric vehicles to the lucrative American market in 2021 that he’s plowing as much as $2 billion of his own fortune to reach that goal.
Arvind Kejriwal ropes in Prashant Kishor for Delhi Assembly elections
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has inked a deal with Indian Political Action Committee (IPAC) for image makeover, the party chief Arvind Kejriwal ann...
Britain edges closer to Brexit: UK-linked Indian firms that stand to gain from Johnson’s win
Ajay Bodke, CEO & Chief Portfolio Manager at Prabhudas Lilladher said the victory essentially means a divorce is certain as the electorate has weighed in favour of exit strategy enunciated by Boris Johnson. With the untangling of mess, the market will heave a sigh of relief but it also creates another set of problems, he added.
Forex reserves touch record high, at $453 billion
Reserves rose by $2.34 billion during the week under review.
West Bengal Pollution Control Board to install sensors to detect stubble burning
The board will buy software for the sensors from Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). WBPCB is working with IIT Delhi on this project and WBPCB will sign an MoU with the institute soon.
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