INDIAN IT PROFESSIONALS
How India can fix its debt problem
An alternative investment fund (AIF) for our finance industry will at least rekindle sentiments.
Amid curfew, passengers stranded at Guwahati airport as Assam remains on boil
From students to working professionals and old men to young wom...
Naval leg of Indo-Russian tri-service exercise starts in Goa
A release by the Indian Navy said its ships Tarkash and Aditya, and Russian Fede...
Cabinet clears social security pact with Brazil
The SSA with Brazil will help in avoiding making of double social security contributions by the workers (detachment); easy remittance of benefits (exportability); aggregating the contribution periods (in two countries) to prevent loss of benefits (totalisation).
Russian navy ships arrive in India for joint exercise INDRA 2019
The aim of exercise INDRA 2019 is to enhance interoperability and develop an understanding in order to effectively tackle common security challenges, they said. "The Russian Federation Navy (RuFN) Ships Yaroslav Mudry, Viktor Konetsky and Elyna arrived at Goa on December 10 to participate in INDRA 2019," the Indian defence ministry said.
Ask the travel expert: Which places would be ideal for a visit in Europe during April?
Europe has now become a year-round destination and there are many beautiful countries to choose from for your holiday.
For foreign degree, Indians can go anywhere
The overseas affairs ministry, which recently shared the data on Indians studying in various corners of the world, found that the total number of students who have travelled out for a foreign education rose from 5.7 lakh students in 2016 to over 8 lakh in 2018. The numbers, though, could be higher as data from several countries was being compiled when the statistics were provided.
Million-dollar CEO club swells with record 22 new entrants in FY19
According to the annual study of CEO/CXO compensation in BSE 200 companies by EMA Partners, commissioned by TOI, the overall pay of the million dollar CEO club increased 14% to Rs 2,457 crore from last year’s Rs 2,158 crore, with the average CEO package at Rs 16.8 crore.
How Indian women commute: The daily battle of going to work
There is hardly any discussion on how to make it safe for women to return home from work.
Indian growth story based on strong eco fundamentals: Ambassador Shringla
“India is on the march! It became a 3.0 trillion economy this year (IMF World Economic Outlook, Oct 2019). It took us nearly 60 years after independence to reach the 1 trillion mark, only 12 years since then to take it to 3.0 trillion and only 5 years, from 2014-2019, to take it from 2.0 trillion to 3.0 trillion.
Mastercard begins hunt for AI talent
Earlier this year, Mastercard said that it will invest an additional $1 billion in its India operations over the next five years, and about $350 million of that would go into setting up a local payments processing centre.
Parliamentary panel for regular recruitment, use of technology by MOSPI
"Ministry should carry out regular recruitment of qualified/trained staff for this purpose. It should not compromise in any manner on the quality of statistical staff at the field level, so that the credibility of the whole process is not jeopardized," the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Finance said in its report on MOSPI tabled in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday.
More than 227K Indians waiting for family-sponsored Green Card
Currently, there are about four million people waiting in line for family-sponsored Green Cards against a Congressional cap of 226,000 per annum. The largest number of 1.5 million wait list is from America's southern neighbour Mexico, followed by a distant India with 227,000 and China with nearly 180,000.
Over 7,000 exit BTech in IITs in last 5 yrs, lose coveted tag
This staggering dropout statistic was revealed by the Ministry of HRD in the Lok Sabha recently while making a statement on top engineering institutions like the IITs and Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) getting approval to provide the exit option to students.
Audit firms eye global tie-ups to upgrade skills, build bandwidth
The primary reason, for global tie-ups, being cited is the growing complexity in audit business.
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