Two cities in India have made it onto the Top 40 of the world’s most favourable ecosystems to build a globally successful startup, topped by the Silicon Valley in California.
The Tongues on Fire UK Asian Film Festival in partnership with The Bollywood Company will be beating the coronavirus lockdown blues with an audience interaction-based set of Drive-In screenings of the contemporary Indian cinema box-office hit ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara’.
India’s recent election to two prestigious international bodies, as a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council and as a Chair of the Executive Board of the World Health Organization, at a time when the global order is in a state of flux offers the Modi government a chance to help shape a more equitable world.
A recent McKinsey report maps out how amidst the chaos and destruction, the coronavirus has forced businesses to rethink and adapt to new challenges.
Reena Ranger, Chair of Women Empowered, is In Conversation with Anita Goyal as part of her regular series for iGlobal to explore some inspirational facets from the life and achievements of prominent Global Indians.
There is mounting pressure within the UK for the government to focus on enhancing the ‘special relationship’ with India and reducing the country’s dependence on China.
Airtel’s data centre business Nxtra will use the proceeds to continue to scale up its infrastructure and offerings across the country.
The divestment is in line with JSPL’s vision and commitment to bring down its debt and deleverage its balance sheet.
A new Office for Talent to be based at No. 10 Downing Street in London, with delivery teams across different UK government departments, comes as good news for talented Indians.