According to a report in the local daily, Kema Rajandran was told by a Parth-based modelling agency that her work chances were "limited" in the country because she was not Caucasian.
24-year-old Tosha Thakkar was last seen alive on March 9 in Sydney. Her alleged attacker, Daniel Stani-Reginald, has been denied bail.
A team of Indian-American scientists has developed a smart tracking system, which could very well provide an honourable alternative to the radio tags.
Strongly condemning the assassination of Shahbaz Bhatti, the Federation of Indian Christians Organisations of North America appealed to Islamabad to bring the perpetrators of the "dastardly" crime to justice.
There's a fundamental mismatch between India's energy resources and the needs of its people and companies for energy.
India and Israel have signed a far-reaching agreement on homeland security where the two countries will collaborate on policing, forensics, counter-terrorism, etc. Israel's ambassador Alon Ushpiz spoke with Indrani Bagchi about shared concerns, PM Modi — and justice in the 2012 attack on an Israeli diplomat:
More than 140m migrant workers have lost jobs since the lockdown began and now face destitution
Authorities aiming to head off turmoil after Franklin Templeton fund freeze
Lockdown and restrictions on migrant workforce leave crops unpicked as demand collapses
Digital lenders have helped small businesses access funding, but a liquidity crunch looms
Industry groups warn strict conditions have discouraged many companies from resuming operations
Limited manufacturing and agricultural work to resume after April 20
Demonstrations at a Mumbai railway station as people demand to return to their homes
Network to provide 80,000 mobile beds after national lockdown shuts passenger services
Abrupt national lockdown puts 50m jobs at risk in textiles, shoemaking, jewellery and other consumer goods sectors
Migrant workers head home in battle to survive after losing jobs
Central bank governor calls for ‘war effort’ as coronavirus shuts down country
Slow response could turn coronavirus outbreak into humanitarian crisis
Restrictions applied to most of the country after one-day voluntary curfew
Suspension of visas for short-term visitors extends to country’s overseas citizens
The growth slowdown has been dramatic, while politics takes an aggressively illiberal turn
Central bank tries to boost lending but analysts unconvinced plan will work
Central bank oversight aims to boost confidence in financial network with 86m depositors
Radical thinking and structural reforms are necessary but scant
Doubts grow over whether New Delhi can boost revenues from privatisations
India, world''s largest pulse producer and exporter, remains short of requirement; erratic monsion sends projected output below last year''s
Indian researchers, along with those from 13 other countries have sequenced the genome of the tomato and its wild ancestor Solanum pimpinellifolium
India stands tall in gloomy world scenario
India needs to prepare itself in advance as acute foodgrain scarcity is likely by 2020.
India''s agrarian economy has long been plagued by the lack of storage, marketing and processing facilities....
The Saurashtra Kutch region, popularly known as India''s groundnut bowl, is threatening to fall off the agricultural map.
Scientists at Jammu and Kashmir''s agriculture university claim to have worked out the perfect script to make India one among world''s top walnut producers....
India resumed selling mangoes to the US last year. Exports are now set to rise ten-fold.
India not only ranks first in the world in milk production, its per capita milk availability at 290 grams daily is marginally higher than the global average
Resource mobilisation in the corporate debt category witnessed a significant decline as just Rs 4,974 crore was garnered through debt issues in the first nine months of the current fiscal, which was not even 10% of the total funds raised during ...
Amid declining private investment due to high interest rates and policy bottlenecks, India Inc saw sales growth dip by more than half to an average of 11.4% during the second quarter of the current fiscal.
India has lost about 10% share of the global BPO market in the last five years to destinations like China, the Philippines and Brazil, raising concerns for the $20-billion Indian BPO industry.
India's tourism sector needs an urgent image makeover with higher investment in infrastructure, through PPP mode to capitalise on opportunities provided overall growth in world tourist arrivals, the Economic Survey said today.
India needs "urgent attention" on issues related to infrastructure, trade facilitation, taxes and credit in order to boost the country's exports, said the Economic Survey 2012-13.
India's financial sector faces certain challenges that hold it back from becoming a preferred destination for global investors even though reforms have made domestic capital market more vibrant and transparent, the Economic Survey said today.
Indian companies raised a total of Rs 2.81 lakh crore in fresh capital from equity and debt markets in the April-December period of 2012.
India witnessed a peak power shortage of 9% during the five years ending 2012 when over 50,000 MW new generation capacity was created, Economic Survey said today.
Indian banks have set up over 40,000 ultra-small branches across the country to drive financial inclusion in un-banked and under-banked centres, according to the Economic Survey for 2012-13.
Australia will welcome Virat Kohli's troops in the latest edition of Border-Gavaskar Trophy which is currently scheduled to begin in November
The minister said India gives the most importance to "the fair dealing and the reciprocity" while signing any multilateral agreements. He said it was not there because of which India did not participate in the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP).
The government has allowed export of 60 lakh tonnes of sugar under Maximum Admissible Export Quota (MAEQ) during 2019-20 marketing year to liquidate surplus sugar in global markets. The country had exported 38 lakh tonnes of sugar during 2018-19 marketing year.
State fuel retailers in India sold 50% less refined fuel in the first two weeks of April than the same time a year earlier as the country came to a standstill due to the lockdown that was put in place on March 24.
The ministers also reviewed ongoing projects and plans including the participation of Indian companies such as Indian Oil Corporation in Russias state-owned Rosneft’s Vostok oil project in the Russian Arctic, Novatek’s deal to supply of LNG to H-Energy, cooperation between Gail and Gazprom.
Gross debt at Indian Oil, the nation’s largest refiner and fossil fuel retailer, has risen from ₹86,400 crore at the beginning of 2019-20 to ₹1,16,000 crore at the start of 2020-21. About 50% jump in debt in the January-March quarter came following the weakening of demand due to the Covid-19 pandemic, dividend outflow and delay in fuel subsidy transfer by the government.