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Students from 26 Indian schools and colleges attend BrainGain ...

Braingain Magazine, South Asia's largest online study abroad publication on higher education, recently hosted a free Study Abroad Information Session for students, during the fourth annual edition of the One Globe; Uniting Knowledge Communities ... APN News, 1 month ago
Studying abroad. Deccan Herald, 1 month ago

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Crowdsourcing: The generosity of strangers

With the Indian ice hockey team successfully raising funds online to go for a tournament abroad, crowdsourcing comes of age in India For several years, whenever the Indian ice hockey team participated in or hosted a tournament, they would have ...
 Open4 hours ago

To stay or go? Indian nurses abroad weigh debts against danger

Reuters, 03/04 01:24 CET By D. Jose and Aditya Kalra THIRUVANANTHAPURAM/ NEW DELHI (Reuters) Hundreds of Indian nurses caught up in Yemen's civil war face a stark choice between returning home to financial ruin or taking a chance by staying ...
 EuroNews3 weeks ago Rich, cultured, and lonely: How India's rising class looks for love now  Quartz2 weeks ago Rating India in India  Money Life1 week ago Burger King to spice up global market with Indian menu  Financial Express3 weeks ago

Singing her way to the divine

Parvathy Baul needs no introduction. She has mesmerised audiences in India and abroad for 22 years now. And I understood the why and how of it when I saw her on stage for the first time at a recent event in Kamani Auditorium, New Delhi. Draped in a ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
Times of India

Celebs make a statement in prints

Prints have been around for a while now, and looking at style divas both in India and abroad, one can see that this trend is here to stay. Summer is a time for light fabrics and comfy outfits that can be made chic with a healthy dose of graphics.
 Times of India1 week ago Screen printing in Kalamkari to be banned  The Hindu1 month ago
Millennium Post

Greenpeace hurting tea industry: MHA

NEW DELHI The Union home ministry has alleged that Greenpeace is trying to hurt the Indian tea industry by projecting abroad that homegrown leaves of the beverage have hazardous pesticides. According to a report prepared by the ministry on the ...
 Pune Mirror2 weeks ago Greenpeace Trying to Hurt Indian Tea Industry: MHA  Outlook India2 weeks ago Greenpeace hurting Indian tea industry: MHA  ABP Live2 weeks ago Post Show Report: Electronics For You Expo India 2015 - Celebrating the Success of the Indian ESDM Industry  PR Newswire India2 weeks ago

BANK OF INDIA : sees turn around along with the economy

Dubai : Bank of India (BoI), the third largest public sector bank in India is expecting a big turnaround in its profitability and asset quality as the Indian economy begins a strong recovery starting this year, Vijayalakshmi R Iyer, chairperson and ...
 4 Traders1 week ago Indian Gov't Freezes Greenpeace's Bank Accounts For Being Anti-Development  Daily Caller2 weeks ago Government Blocks Greenpeace India's Access To Foreign Funds, Calls It Anti-Indian  Indiatimes2 weeks ago Government Blocks Greenpeace Indias Access To Foreign Funds Calls It Anti-Indian  Indiatimes2 weeks ago

Black money law: Foreign property to be taxed at current price

Pic Courtesy: - New Delhi: Indians having undisclosed property abroad will have to pay tax and penalty on the basis of the current market value of the asset, and not at the purchase price, as per the new black money bill. However, the tax and ...
 ZeeNews.com1 month ago Black money Bill in LS provides for 10 year jail, 90% tax  ZeeNews.com1 month ago Govt, SIT widen black money probe as new HSBC list emerges  Rediff.com2 months ago Black money: PMLA cases face setback as special court goes vacant  ZeeNews.com1 hour ago

Asbestos: Govt Kow-tows to Corporate Lobbies

THE government in India continues to kow-tow to corporate lobbies at the cost of the environment and public health including occupational health. While always an integral part of ruling class politics in India, as witnessed in the seemingly ...
 Peoples Democracy.in3 weeks ago A New Corporate Governance Initiative In Japan  Investopedia1 week ago

Pharma exports: FTP promises to address problems abroad

Pic Courtesy: - New Delhi: With Indian pharma companies facing problems in exports to countries like Japan and China, the new Foreign Trade Policy seeks to address issues related to non-trade barriers and regulations faced by them abroad. India ...
 ZeeNews.com3 weeks ago Exporters' body calls for boosting domestic manufacturing  Chennai Online5 days ago U.S. Remains Biggest Arms Exporter as Russia, China Make Gains  La Repubblica1 month ago US remains biggest arms exporter but Russia, China gain  Today Online1 month ago
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