INDIAN IT PROFESSIONALS
Rules set to keep track of doctors, make hospitals accountable for negligence
Database of medical professionals & hospitals will help government in allotting seats and grants.
Instagram, Twitter are turning into new hiring destinations for Indian companies
Over 70% of global Instagram users are less than 35 years of...
Swiggy now in 500 Indian cities, targets 100 more this year
Swiggy has progressed from launching in one city every two months in early 2018 t...
Finland to grant work visas within two weeks from next year: Finnish employment minister
In an interview to PTI, Finnish employment minister Timo Harakka said that his government plans to reduce the time taken to grant work visas to just one to two weeks by next year. The move is aimed primarily at attracting more software professionals from countries like India, he said.
Indian defence exports to grow to Rs 35,000 crore by 2024: Army Chief
At an event of Indigenous Defence Equipment Exporters Association, Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat said on Friday that Indian defence industry is becoming export-oriented and country's defence exports are set to grow to Rs 35,000 crore in next five years.
Army to create structures for operational synergies with Navy, IAF
In a landmark military reform, PM Modi in his Independence Day speech on August 15 announced that the country will have a chief of defence staff (CDS) to bring synergy in functioning of the Army, Navy and Air Force.
Government reforms on the way: single National Recruitment Agency & more
Apart from creating a single National Recruitment Agency for recruitment, bring all government training institute under one department and usher in a unified single foundation course for entrants to AIS, the Centre also wants to address shortfall of IAS officers.
Draft bill proposes 10 years jail, fine upto Rs 5 lakh for assaulting doctors
The Healthcare Service Personnel and Clinical Establishments Bill 2019 which aims at prohibiting violence against doctors and other healthcare professionals.
IL&FS' rating agencies made professional compromises, says Grant Thornton
The role of five CRAs- CARE, Icra, India Ratings, Brickwork and CRISIL have been under review.
Indian-American IT professional committed suicide, 3 family members shot dead: US police
The West Des Moines Police Department, which is probing the case, came to this conclusion after forensic autopsies were conducted on Sunday.
Your stock returns in Samvat 2076 will be swayed by these top factors
A host of developments could give your stocks a lift in the new Hindu accounting year.
US Open: Nagal takes a set from Federer before exiting
The fighting spirit shone through in Sumit Nagal's dream Grand Slam debut as he took a set off the iconic Roger Federer before fizzling out at the US Open, here.
India awaits offers on easy access to professionals across borders
Many members of RCEP have not offered concessions on IT services and simpler cross-border movement.
Only 10% of Indian CEOs confident about reliability of AI applications: PwC
AI can be defined as a collection of technologies which are capable of sensing, thinking and acting like rational human beings.
Denied H-1B visa to Indian professional, US IT firm sues Trump government
Xterra Solutions alleged in its lawsuit that the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) improperly denied H-1B visa to Praharsh Chandra Sai Venkata Anisetty, 28, whom it had hired as a Business System Analyst.
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