INDIAN IT PROFESSIONALS
India's MiG 29 to fly with Eurofighter Typhoon in Oman
The Indian Air Force will be flying its MiG 29 (UPG) and C-17 Globemaster alongside Oman's Eurofighter Typhoon and F-16, in this bilateral exercise.Exercise Eastern Bridge V is being held at the Air Force Base Masirah in Oman from October 17-26.
Tik Tok ban: Internet Freedom Foundation writes to MeitY, terms bans disproportionate
The association said it is concerned that "app bans" ma...
Jet Airways’ resolution professional receives claims worth Rs 25,000 crore
Employees of Jet Airways, including 'authorised representatives,' ...
WhatsApp maintains its stand on India's message traceability call
Last December, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology proposed changes to Section 79 of the Information Technology (IT) Act, 2000.
View: 2020 Olympics can be a game changer for Indian shooting
With 16 gold medals in four World Cups, young shooters make it a watershed year for India. Now, over to Tokyo 2020.
View: Where’s all the courage gone?
If the ruling party were truly confident of its political supremacy, it would take politically tough decisions to unshackle the Indian economy.
Jalesh Cruises is proudly made for Indians
Cruising is a trending ‘Affordable Luxury’ for Indians.
Measures on way to boost health of telcos: Ravi Shankar Prasad
Assurance from Ravi Shankar Prasad follows demand by top execs of Jio and Bharti at IMC, seeking enabling regulatory environment.
India will allow data mobility only if reciprocated: Ravi Shankar Prasad
India’s data sovereignty will be non-negotiable, asserted telecom minister.
DRDO, ADA successfully execute first-ever arrested landing of LCA
Indian Navy needs several fighter jets for its future aircraft carriers including named INS Vikrant, which is under advanced stages of construction.
View: Houston showed that for Modi, the US relationship is strategic, not ideological
Much more than of two global politicians, ‘Howdy, Modi! was a celebration of the Indian community in the US.
72% of H-1B visas for Indians
The US government has adopted certain administrative measures with respect to the H-1B visa programme.
The downfall! How this iconic Delhi business empire went bust
Business tycoon Gautam Thapar’s Avantha Group topped the $4 billion revenue mark during 2007-08.
For better operations, army developing real-time equipment database
The program codenamed ‘Project Beehive’ will be a centralised and automated system based in Delhi under the army’s Electronics and Mechanical Engineers (EME) corps.
India urges UK to consider improved tax rules for its professionals
The Indian envoy pointed to an increase in the number of Indian companies operating in the UK over the previous year to 842 in 2019.
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