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Sajjan Jindal buys India\'s costliest house for Rs 400 croreHe has acquired sea-facing bungalow with a large garden on south Mumbai\'s Nepean Sea Road, in what is possibly the priciest deal for a home
US immigration reforms to spell trouble for TCS, Wipro and InfosysIf the US ends up using H1-B visas to inflict pain on Indian IT companies, it could attract retaliatory measures from the Indian
What prompted Obama say, \'It\'s true, India has emerged\'Barack Obama\'s visit has broken the glass ceiling by broadening India\'s strategic relevance to cover other regions and areas of the world.
Anil Ambani’s Reliance Entertainment hits Oscar jackpot with LincolnLincoln, this year’s strongest contender at the Oscars, proves Anil Ambani’s Hollywood gamble is finally paying off.
While airfares across the domestic network are 15-25% higher this peak travel season, the Delhi-Mumbai sector has seen a 200-300% jump.
Former president A P J Kalam, aviation minister Praful Patel, former Indian envoy to the US Meera Shankar, Shah Rukh Khan and Amir Khan were among the sufferers.    
Vice President Mohammad Hamid Ansari will represent India in the meeting, a second official said, confirming that Singh would not travel.
Imran, who led Pakistan to 1992 World Cup triumph, said India\'s triumph after a gap of 28 years was a no fluke.
Kanchi Shankaracharya wades into Modi vs Rahul war, backs Gujarat CMThe Kanchi Seer said being foreigner Sonia’s son, the Nehru-Gandhi scion not fit to lead India and supported Narendra Modi’s PM
1962 India-China war: Why India needed that jolt?It\'s going to be 50 years of the 1962 India-China war. Here are the absurdities, confusions and embarrassments that marked India\'s response.
If all goes as planned, your train travel time between the national and the commercial capitals of India could soon come down by at least half.
A delegation of top Japanese economists conducted a survey of the Mumbai-Delhi Rajdhani corridor recently, to check the feasibility of a project aimed at enhancing the speed of trains to about 200
Here are some basic principles of building a corpus for your retirement years. Other than the PF, the mutual fund route will be used for building a retirement corpus.
Our black money is here, not in Switzerland: Swaminathan SA AiyarIf Ramdev, Anna Hazare and the govt are serious about tracing black money, they need to look within India. Most black money never
Steve Jobs\'one and only visit to India is shrouded in a bit of mystery. Why did he come here? What exactly did he do?
Large crowds carrying candles and wearing white marched quietly in a demonstration organized by churches.
At Infosys, each employee is worth more than a croreInfosys has valued each of its 1,30,000 lakh employees based on their earning potentials till retirement.
Why Baba Ramdev lost the plotAn analysis of how Baba\'s ambitions proved to be far bigger than his acumen. His other problem? He\'s an unloved stranger in his own backyard.
The PBC also said the passage of the bill may seriously affect its currency reform, potentially leading to a trade war between the two sides.
India\'s acquisition of 126 new medium multi-role combat aircraft will play an essential role in India\'s transformation from a regional power to a global giant, according to a South Asia expert.
Falling rupee, dollars: Do we have enough forex reserves?Why rupee\'s fall should remind us of that 1991 question: How is India placed this time around for a worst-case 2008-type scenario?
Infosys says business could be hit if US restricts visa programmeFacing lawsuit by an ex employee, Infosys has said its business could be adversely affected if US decides to restrict the visa
Democratic Senator said it is clear that US-India cooperation on commercial and security initiatives has resulted in greater opportunity for both nations.
Finally, Steve Jobs gives India its dueThe whole experience in India had been intense and disturbing. It had been entirely different from anything Jobs had expected.
Why mathematicians are hot recruits for companiesAs mathematical techniques improve, many day-to-day problems are being solved mathematically, thereby helping cos take better decisions.
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