Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s much-anticipated meeting with US President Donald Trump is expected to feature a discussion around the H-1B visa restrictions, a move that has put the Indian IT sector under further stress.
Walmart India CEO Krish Iyer hailed the Goods and Services Tax (GST) bill, which will be rolled out on July 1st, as a ‘game changing reform’ that would ease business barriers and help bring down prices of essential commodities in the long run.
Close to four weeks after the south-west monsoon hit Indian shores, the spread of rains has been rather uneven with the country’s north-western regions and parts of southern India getting more showers than normal while central, eastern and north-eastern regions continue to be in the ‘deficient’ rainfall zones.
Partnership with TATA Advanced Systems for F-16 fighter jets will create jobs in US, India, says Lockheed Martin Corp
Wireless headphones: From Skullcandy Crusher to Bose QC35, here are 4 that combine luxury with convenience
Wireless headphones are portable, comfortable to wear, and most of all, sound fantastic. However, choosing the right pair can be tricky as these come in all shapes and sizes and at different price points.
Huawei's sub-brand Honor launched the ‘Lite’ version of Honor 8 in India last month. It was first launched in Finland in February; although that variant had 3GB of RAM, in India it comes with 4GB of RAM instead.
Nuclear power infrastructure: Here is why Narendra Modi government adding 7000 MW to India's Npower capacity is good news
The Union government's approval last month for the construction of 10 nuclear power units with a cumulative capacity of 7,000 MW has reaffirmed India's commitment to helping meet its energy needs through this environmentally safe resource.
A survey done by Pluralsight, a technology learning platform, said 97% of IT professionals believe in the importance of building one’s technology skills and 74% of them have undergone learning programmes in 2016.
Ford issued a recall of the Figo hatchback, Fiesta Classic and the Ikon sedan over the fire-related issue in South Africa. These models were manufactured at the company’s plant in Chennai in India between August 2004 and March 2012.
To make smartphones more slimmer, a group of engineers has developed a new camera design that replaces the lenses with an ultra-thin optical phased array (OPA).
Claiming that the country's internal security is in jeopardy, the Congress criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for not raising the issue during his monthly radio programme Mann Ki Baat today.
Seventy-four per cent of the world's population will be exposed to deadly heat-waves by 2100, if carbon dioxide emissions continue to rise at current rates, a study warns.
Mumbai based Entrepreneur Suresh Khairwar lead IRC rewrites the history of Indian Insurance industry by introducing Specialized Industrial Insurance to the Indian clients who are aligned to do business with best global practices.
NEET 2017 topper: In big surprise, Indore boy Archit Gupta bags 2nd position in both NEET, AIIMS, says made my weak points into my strengths
NEET 2017 topper list: The National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) results were announced by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) earlier today.
Scientists have designed a flexible energy harvester that may pave the way for wearable devices which are powered using only body heat.
The oft-returning festival brings a message of brotherhood for all of us.
An incident involving a bank's online banking services could cost the organisation $1,754,000 (about Rs 11.31 crore), a report by cybersecurity firm Kaspersky has found.
Despite the GST Council giving a one-month extension in filing returns under the new indirect tax regime, businesses should start uploading invoices much earlier, says Goods and Services Tax Network (GSTN) Chairman Navin Kumar.
The web series premieres today and features a journey covering Australia’s culinary, cultural, historical, wildlife and iconic experiences
Oil prices continued to slide on Friday, adding to sharp declines from earlier this week as evidence mounted that a fuel supply overhang continued despite an ongoing effort led by OPEC to tighten the market by holding back production.