6 hrs ago
Emerson to offer smart solutions with NxtGen data services
Bangalore, June 19 : IT infrastructure major Emerson Network Power Wednesday entered into a strategic alliance with NxtGen Data Centre and Cloud Service Ltd to offer its integrated smart solutions to Indian enterprises.
14 hrs ago
India's Normandy connection
Presently Americans are learning the art of War from Indians. Apart from many joint naval exercises in recent times, in Garo Hills, Indian Jungle warfare expert soldiers concluded giving training to their American counterparts and exchanged "views" on the issue.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Moffitt partners with Advinus to advance cancer therapies
Moffitt Cancer Center has partnered with Advinus Therapeutics to advance two of its discoveries from the laboratory to clinics.
Classical Indian dance demonstrated
A member of the India friendship exchange delegation, Shanta Mohan, performs a classical dance from India for the members of the Weyburn Rotary Club on June 11, as part of a presentation about their homeland of India.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
The Journal News
IBM layoffs tied to lax tax laws
IBM obviously will never pay U.S. taxes if they invest these profits abroad where they find cheap labor and no restraints.
Kindle Fire HD Goes Global. Kindle Fire HD 7" and Kindle Fire HD 8.9" ...
Kindle Fire HD sales will go global at the end of this month, as Amazon brings sales of their critically-acclaimed tablet and E-Reader to India on June 27th.
Britain offers same day visa in Chennai
Bangalore, June 17 : Britain's deputy high commission in Chennai will issue visas on the day of application from Tuesday to Indians in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu,, an official said Monday.
Science, Industry and Business
Fast Pollutant Degradation by Nanosheets
Waste from textile and paint industries often contains organic dyes such as methylene blue as pollutants.
To mend a heart: Renowned pediatric cardiologist grew up in remote...
Dr. Joseph Vettukattil looks at an ultrasound of a heart at Helen DeVos Children's Hospital on Thursday, June 13. Vettukattil, an interventional cardiologist specializing in congenital heart defects, is a new specialist at the children's hospital from England.
Salma's tale: from a caged adolescence to literary fame
A Muslim girl, her hands painted with henna, offers prayers on the eve of Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the Islamic fasting month of Ramadan, in the southern Indian city of Bangalore in 2006.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Christians in India Hopeful After Elections
Bangalore Archbishop Sees Election as Opportunity for Good GovernanceBANGALORE, INDIA, May 27, 2013 - There may be a different future: made of respect for human rights, dialogue, justice and harmony for Christians in Karnataka, one of the major Indian States.
Star of Mysore
KSRTC shocker for passengers
Bangalore, June 16- Just as the citizens were digesting with difficulty the news about the petrol price hike, KSRTC delivered a shocker to its passengers by hiking its fare by 10.5% yesterday.
On Father's Day, men's rights activists demand shared parenting
On 15 June, father's rights activists all over India celebrated Father's Day, which is celebrated in most parts of the world today, June 16. However, these activists observed the day by voicing their concerns over the insensitivity they have to face in the Indian courts with respect to their feelings.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
The Times of India
498 Indians hold offshore accounts in tax havens
Given the heated political debate on black money in India, the disclosures are expected to lead to renewed calls for information received from countries such as France, Germany and Japan be made public.
Protesters rally in Hong Kong to support Snowden * Lawmakers and civil society activists hand a letter over to the US consulate HONG KONG: Hundreds of protesters staged a rally in rain-hit Hong Kong Saturday to urge the city's government not to extradite former spy Edward Snowden, and slam the United States for its surveillance programmes.
DNA test will clear French official in Indian rape case: lawyer
BANGALORE: Lawyers for a French consular official in southern India accused of raping his three-year-old daughter said Saturday DNA samples prove his client was innocent of any crime.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Rupee depreciation: Foolish government, intelligent Indian
A theory that is doing the rounds is that with election nearing, this depreciation of the rupee will allow politicians of all hues to bring back their ill-gotten wealth.
Rains delay India corn exports, tighten Asia supplies
Rains across India's eastern crop belt are holding up shipments of corn, tightening feed grain supplies in Vietnam, Indonesia and Malaysia.
Times of Oman
ISM principal resigns
Muscat: Achuthan Madhav, the principal of Indian School Muscat , has tendered his resignation yesterday.