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Defense chief's Stanford speech, decoded: More funding for Sil...

When Defense Secretary Ashton Carter asked Silicon Valley for help in a heavily publicized speech at Stanford University on Thursday morning, he didn't say what he'd offer in return. He didn't have to. Allusions to patriotism were made, of ... Los Angeles Times, 4 days ago

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Calcutta Telegraph, 6 months ago
Yourstory.in

An IIT-B professor who built the heart of the MRI and now helps techies start up

Going where innovation and practical research took him, Prof Atrey has spent equal years in India, Germany and the UK before returning home again. He fondly speaks of his most fruitful years in the UK where he was part of the team that incepted a ...
 Yourstory.in1 week ago Nagpur's Pride: An IIT-B professor who built the heart of the MRI  Nagpur Today1 week ago
CAclubindia

7 budding entrepreneurs at india's e-commerce business

Bangalore: India is regarded as the fastest growing market for e-commerce. From the year 2011 onwards, equity investors have invested roughly $1.2 billion (over 7,490 crore) into online product retailing according to research firm Venture ...
 CAclubindia1 month ago Prime Minister of India launches Made in India ROTAVAC®Vaccine for the world  IndiaPRwire1 month ago Restart: The Last Chance For The Indian Economy?  AsiaSource1 month ago Pearson opens assessment centre in India  Hindu Business Line1 month ago
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New CII office-bearers

Mr. Sumit Mazumder, Chairman & Managing Director, TIL Ltd., has been elected President of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) for 2015-16. He succeeds Mr. Ajay Shriram as the new President. TIL is the manufacturer of India's largest ...
 Indian Business Review2 weeks ago SUMIT MAZUMDER IS NEW CII PRESIDENT  Noodls2 weeks ago Sumit Mazumdar takes over as new CII president  DNA India2 weeks ago
Salon

Here's how we defeat the science deniers: Even wingnuts learn that reality is good business

The unexpected furor and back-peddling over Indiana's anti-gay religious freedom law has already highlighted a problem for the entire 2016 GOP field of hopefuls. Right-wing assumptions turned out to be woefully out of line with emerging changes in ...
 Salon2 weeks ago How to Defeat the Science Deniers: Even Wingnuts Learn That Reality is Good Business  AlterNet.org2 weeks ago
Times of India

India to foster entrepreneurship among women

BENGALURU: Can woman entrepreneurs lead the next Flipkart? The Indian government thinks so. The government, in collaboration with Indo-US Science and Technology Forum and Anita Borg Institute, is sending a group of Indian woman tech entrepreneurs to ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago
IBNLive India News

Tongam Rina wins Indian of the Year in public service category

CNN-IBN March 17, 2015 21:44 PM New Delhi: Journalist Tongam Rina wins the Indian of the Year 2014 for public service. She is the Associate Editor of Arunachal Times and was shot at close range for writing against the endemic ...
 IBNLive India News1 month ago

Expats cheer Indi-yeah

More and more expats from around the world are choosing to start businesses in India, simply excited by the unique and huge opportunities the country presents with its 1.2 billion people, rising incomes and underserved markets. An expat association ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Indian-origin docs rescue of 'Indiana Jones' shines spotlight on ubiquity of desi physicians

WASHINGTON: Dr Sanjay Khurana was just about done with a golf game near his home in Los Angeles when the vintage airplane dropped down from the sky, clipped a tree, and ''dropped like a rock'' into the seventh green. Overcoming fears of an exploding ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Rediff.com

Prem Panicker: A stutter no more, in a modest chase

'When Dhoni walked in, India needed 105 to win with 32 overs to play. The situation called for calm, nerveless, ice-cold execution without necessitating any adrenalin-fueled impestuosities -- the sort of situation that is the Indian captain's spiritual home.' Prem Panicker, one of the world's great cricket writers, on the India-Windies game. Image: Andre Russell and Jerome Taylor exult at Rohit Sharma's wicket at the WACA in Perth, March 6, 2015. Photograph: Paul Kane/Getty Images   Chris ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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