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The House of Tatas accused of insider trading by its disgruntled CEO

Georges Ugeux | Posted 12.26.2016 | Business
Georges Ugeux

Mr Mistry asked the court to appoint an inspector to investigate whether Mr Tata had breached of insiders trading regulation by allegedly seeking pri...

Is India a Good Place to Do Business?

Bill Richardson | Posted 11.11.2016 | Home
Bill Richardson

As a former diplomat and mediator, it's clear to me that the ongoing $1.2 billion arbitration dispute between Docomo and Tata sends a signal to international investors that India is not a good place to do business.

David Lohr

Transgender Woman Shot To Death While Pounding On Door For Help | David Lohr | Posted 12.08.2014 | Crime

Los Angeles police on Friday were searching for the person who shot a transgender woman to death as she banged on the front door of a residence for he...

Modi, Energy and the Indian Elections

Justin Guay | Posted 06.07.2014 | Politics
Justin Guay

With the coal-gate scandal defining the politics of corruption, the fact that Modi's chief ministership has overseen this laundry list of impacts associated with some of the world's largest coal projects will undoubtedly darken the saffron candidate's image.

Raymond Bickson of Hawaii: How to Be A Hospitable Host

Pranay Gupte | Posted 05.07.2014 | Travel
Pranay Gupte

Raymon N. Bickson is a hero of India's $20 billion hospitality industry. He's feted in India's political, business and social circles for having re-energized the country's leading hotel chain, helping drive up annual tourist arrivals

Meet India's New Environment Minister - 'Oily Moily'

Justin Guay | Posted 04.04.2014 | Politics
Justin Guay

'Oily Moily, have you any coal? Essar Essar three mines full. One for your power plant, one that you stole. And one for the other folks who'll help us...

The Great Indian Coal Bailout

Justin Guay | Posted 04.13.2013 | Green
Justin Guay

Those paying attention to the Indian coal sector know that it's in a state of crisis. Coal supplies for the number of planned plants are largely an illusion, plants that have been built are going bankrupt, and financiers publicly call it a 'distressed sector.'

You Too Could Work For An Indian Outsourcer

The Huffington Post | Alexander Eichler | Posted 06.27.2012 | Business

American job seekers may be experiencing a slow season for hiring right now, but they can take heart because at least foreign companies are staffing u...

Rays of Sunshine (and Gigawatts) in Asia

Carl Pope | Posted 10.18.2011 | Green
Carl Pope

Regardless of how much more they were doing than the U.S, neither China nor India had found a pathway to commit to a solidly clean energy future. What's changed is the outlook for coal.

Indian Media Where Art Thou on Media Scandal

Betwa Sharma | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Betwa Sharma

A shadow has been cast over the Indian media -- the bastion of the nation's democracy. A telecom and political scandal rocking the country has now sucked in top journalists but the media coverage of this new twist is timid.

Lifting the Ladies: Adventures in Bra-Fitting

The DC Damsel | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
The DC Damsel

To my great dismay, I was the first girl in my class to develop breasts and in the fifth grade I got my first bra. Shopping for your first bra has go...

Who Will Win The Small Car Wars? (PHOTOS, VOTE)

Posted 05.25.2011 | Business

For automakers across the globe, small is the new big. Gone are the days of gas guzzling SUVs and huge payloads. Car sales, driving habits and consu...

A Clunky Way to Spend Billions

Charles Karel Bouley | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Charles Karel Bouley

The recent Cash for Clunker legislation passed by Congress as part of the $106 billion war funding bill is a complete and total waste of a billion dollars short term, four billion long term.

Connecting the Dots on the Mumbai Attacks

Janet Ritz | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Janet Ritz

There has been a great deal of reporting, speculation, finger pointing and denials on the Mumbai attacks, much of which has focused on trees (dots) in...

Tata Shall Lead Us

Matthew DeBord | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Matthew DeBord

India's Tata Motors represents a modern-day version of what Detroit could have become if it had begun to adjust its products to obviously impending future needs back in the 1970s.