INDIAN COUNCIL FOR CULTURAL RELATIONS
Financial officers in India feel healthy corporate culture is critical to building trust: Survey
"Driving culture transformation in finance is imperative to presenting a forward-looking corporate reporting based on a wider balance between financial and non-financial information," Sandip Khetan, national leader and partner, financial accounting advisory services, EY India, said.
Late-stage Indian startups bulk up its boards with independent hands
Oyo, Ola, Freshworks, Flipkart and Paytm are mong leading home-grown tec...
Indian tech firms are looking beyond traditional hubs to set up shop in the US
American headhunters also say that cities like Austin and Seat...
Unending UN Security Council reform process like a Greek tragedy: India
India's Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador Syed Akbaruddin said that "sadly", the story of the 11 years since the start of the Intergovernmental Negotiations (IGN) process for Security Council reform, and 40 years since the inscription of the item on the agenda of the General Assembly, "reads more and more like a Sisyphean struggle".
Bira wobbles a bit, losses rise in FY19
The maker of Bira craft beer, saw the slowest growth ever due to production delays while losses doubled after an expensive nationwide marketing deal, in a crowded market dominated by mainstream brands.
Indian, Russian school students share best practices in contemporary innovation
This colloboration and student exchange program was conceived by the Hon. Prime Minister of India, Mr Narendra Modi during his visit to SIRIUS, Sochi in May 2018. Later, a MoU was signed between Atal Innovation Mission (AIM) and SIRIUS Education Center, in Oct 2018.
How a tough Indian market is making De Beers change its policy
De Beers, once-inflexible diamond company, allows traders to return rough stones, cuts prices.
Con man or royal? The incredible story of a reclusive Indian 'prince'
The royal family of Oudh has been one of India's great mysteries. Some say they've been there since 1856.
ICCR plans series of events to boost India's soft power
power and promote its 'cultural identity' across the world.
The rise of experiential holidays: Why are Indian travellers choosing alternative holiday accommodations
Amit Shah to launch Ramayana Festival
The first festival in 2015 was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
In big push, Delhi & Riyadh set up Strategic Partnership Council
The two sides signed a record number of 12 agreements across sectors including medicine and diplomatic academies. Riyadh has emerged as a key partner for India with Saudi Arabia under Crown Prince Salman opening new doors of opportunities.
Pakistan’s double speak on Afghanistan: US State Dept
The report took note of India’s long stand on terrorist groups like LeT and JeM, which are located in Pakistan, and often conduct terrorist attacks on India. The report claimed that the Pak govt failed to limit these terrorist groups from raising money, recruiting, and training in Pakistan but also allowed their candidates overtly to contest the July 2018 general elections.
'Post study work policy' attracting more Indian students, says Australian education minister
The number of Indian students studying in Australia has grown by 71% since 2014, to 107,673 students enrolled to study in 2018-19. There has been a 39% growth in the number of Indian student enrolments in Australia in 2019 over the previous year, according to an official. Indians are the second largest group of foreign students after the Chinese.
Govt may accept NAGA museum demand showcasing 70 years of struggle
Government officials familiar with the discussion said that arms and ammunition surrendered by rebels could be part of the existing state museum. “Besides weapons, the museum will also honour Naga leaders who were part of the struggle,” an official confirmed.
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