Startup Village CEO invited to US leadership programme

Sijo Kuruvilla George, chief executive officer of the Kochi Startup Village, has been invited to take part in the International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP), conducted by the US Department of State to foster professional ties and mutual understanding with other countries.


Air India likely to join Star Alliance by July

National carrier Air India is likely to be inducted into one of the largest interline networks of the world by July, a senior airline official said.

Telecom tribunal allows 3G roaming deals in India

Quashing an earlier decision by the government, the Telecom Disputes Settlement & Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) Tuesday allowed telecom service providers to provide 3G services beyond their licensed areas.

Nokia names Indian-origin Rajeev Suri as new CEO

Finnish technology giant Nokia Tuesday named Indian-origin Rajeev Suri as its chief executive officer (CEO).

Egypt on alert after first MERS case detected

Egyptian health ministry has said that it discovered the first case of the SARS-like Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) virus in an Egyptian man back from Saudi Arabia.

German scholars revived Indian culture: Merck-Tagore awardee

German intellectuals revived Indian culture during the 20th century when English literature in the country became a tool of "domination and subjugation", said Pramod Talgeri, vice-chancellor, India International Multiversity.

India-born doctor to be honoured by renowned British college

An India-born dental surgeon will be felicitated April 25 at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, (RCSEd) Scotland, for his contribution in the field of oral oncology.

Children born of live-in relationships are legitimate: Supreme Court
By Dhananjay Mahapatra/ The Times of India

Giving an important clarification on live-in relationships, the Supreme Court has said that if a man and woman "lived like husband and wife" for a long period and had children, the judiciary would presume that the two were married.

Heartwarming, extraordinary stories of 10 disabled athletes
By Shilpa Raina

Not much has been written or is known about disabled sportspersons who have brought accolades to the country by winning several medals, but a book sheds light on their various struggles, their darkest phases and a life beyond the ordinary.


India-born technocrat joins battle with top US broadcasters
By Arun Kumar

In what has been dubbed as a David vs Goliath case, an India-born technocrat has taken America's largest broadcasters, who claim his start-up's