Uplifting News Of India and Indians
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Recently, our readers voted "off shoring"--the movement of traditionally high-paying jobs from rich countries to poorer ones--the most significant business trend of 2003. We agree, so for our Face Of The Year, we selected Kiran Karnik, a man trying to direct the path of the offshoring tsunami.
An Interview with Hritik Roshan
Once in 5 years comes along a phenomenon - a film by the "guru" Sooraj R. Barjatya that makes the entire Indian nation take notice of it. Bollywood fans all across the globe now look forward to his next release on June 27th, 2003 called 'Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon' starring Kareena Kapoor, Hritik Roshan and Abhishek Kapoor. Rajan Patel caught up with Hritik Roshan in an exclusive just for you..
DELHI (Reuters) - India approved 30 foreign direct
investment proposals worth 11 billion rupees ($241.4
million) spanning the chemicals and petrochemicals, auto
parts and media sectors, a government statement said on
India emerges as new drug trial hot spot - Red Herring - The Business of Technology
Biotech entrepreneurs see Indian clinical trials – which can cut costs by 60 percent – as the difference between success and slow death.
In India, a High-Tech Outpost for U.S. Patents - The New York Times
BANGALORE, India - In clusters of modern low- and high-rise office buildings set amid acres of lush greenery here, thousands of engineers are hard at work, writing software for the latest telephones, designing next-generation microprocessors and developing wireless broadband technology.
BOMBAY (Reuters) - Indian shares rose to a 46-month closing high on Friday, led by old economy firms on hopes that an expanding economy will boost corporate profits, traders said.
Indo-US joint exercises begin in Ladakh - Yahoo India News
Special Forces from India and the United States have begun joint exercises in the Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir
After the September 11 attacks and the massing of a million men on the borders of nuclear-armed India and Pakistan in 2001 there has been an awakening among American think-tanks as to what US role should be vis-a-vis the two major South Asian nations.
The Rise Of India - BusinessWeek Online
Growth is only just starting, but the country's brainpower is already reshaping Corporate America.
India and United States are set to sign a breakthrough agreement on sharing classified military research data, according to sources on both sides.
A senior American official Thursday spoke about possible cooperation with India in missile technology as he sought to dispel "continuing misapprehension" about U.S. restrictions on hi-tech trade.
Blackwill successor brings economics to the high table - Indian Express
The last US Ambassador to India, Robert Blackwill, called the bilateral economic relationship ''flat as a chapati.'' With the announcement today of David C. Mulford, a personal friend of US president George Bush and an old associate of Bush Sr, as the next US envoy to India, there are expectations that this long-ignored aspect of the growing relationship will find due recognition.
India is at the threshold of much higher growth and prosperity. The Financial Times
I'm convinced that the economic history of India is at a point of inflexion -at a stage where we have all the ingredients in place to trigger an era of explosive growth. Despite recent visa regulations and overall decrease in the international student enrolments, India has surpassed China as the leading place of origin for international students in the United States for the second consecutive year.
If companies embrace globalization, they need a presence in India. It offers an educated -- and less expensive -- workforce.
In an exclusive interview with rediff.com's Washington, DC-based Senior Editor Aziz Haniffa, Sibal discussed Indo-US ties and why Pakistan never fails to figure in discussions between Delhi and Washington.
IBM finds a rival in Wipro in business propositions - The Economic Times
India's IT industry has arrived on the world stage. You know that well by now. Now, here's a stunner of a revelation. The world's biggest IT firm, the $81.5-billion IBM, has identified Bangalore-based Wipro Technologies as one of its biggest global competitors in a space where it matters the most and where it sees the highest revenue maximization potential.
Aspen Strategy Group, CII hold 'US-India Dialogue - Times of India
In an effort to promote goodwill between the two countries and a greater awareness of the motivations that drive their policies, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and the Aspen Strategy group have been holding intense discussions here, which will conclude Friday with a meeting with US Secretary of State Colin Powell.
Key Indo-US deal is gliding ahead: Powell - Indian Express
India and the US are set to sign a path breaking new agreement on cooperation in high-technology, space launch equipment, civilian nuclear energy and missile defense over the next couple of weeks.
10 of Indian origin in MIT's Technology Review 100 Yahoo India News
Ten young innovators of Indian origin have been named in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's (MIT) Technology Review 100 (TR100) since their "technologies are poised to make a dramatic impact on our world".
Untold story of PM tour: Pataki turns India fan - Indian Express
What perhaps went absolutely unnoticed in Prime Minister A.B. Vajpayee's successful tour to US, was his meeting with New York Governor George Pataki, who expressed his keen desire to promote Indo-US trade and business ties. Pataki also accepted an invitation extended by Vajpayee to visit India sometime next year.
Spicy, healthful Indian cuisine gaining acceptance in U.S. - Pittsburgh Tribune
For Indian Americans -- as opposed to American Indians -- a good barometer of recognition by Middle America has been the slow but steadily growing acceptance of their vast and wonderfully complex cuisine.
Corporate America's Silent Partner: India BusinessWeek Online
Businesses are off-shoring more and more white-collar jobs there, though you won't hear them talk about it much in an election year.
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