Who are India’s biggest FPIs? – Business Standard

Top 10 FPIs' stake in Indian equities at Rs 1.8 lakh crore Sneha Padiyath  |  Mumbai  August 3, 2015 Last Updated at 00:59 IST http://mybs.in/2RxcgHr Copy tiny URL to save and share articles. … [Read More...]


Many invisible mountains to break: India’s rural health crisis – Daily News & Analysis

The story of 'Mountain Man' Dashrath Manjhi moved a nation to tears, but Yogesh Pawar delves deep to find that millions in rural India still grapple with lack of grassroots health infrastructure, … [Read More...]

India launches e-Visa for Chinese nationals to boost tourism – India Today

India on Thursday launched its e-Tourist visa facility for Chinese nationals for the first time, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying the move would deepen connectivity between the neighbours. … [Read More...]


28-year-old British-Indian sells food to fund school in India – Oneindia

London, Jul 31: A 28-year-old Indian-origin woman in the UK is selling Indian street food here to raise 20,000 pounds for a girls' school in India. UK-born Tanya Gohil has set-up a stall called Devi's … [Read More...]

Bollywood’s Formula Is Getting Stale – Forbes

Take one handsome, heroic looking character, preferably played by an actor named Khan. Add a pretty girl with an antagonistic father. Mix them into a thinly plotted love story with lots of singing and … [Read More...]

Fashionara Launches India’s First Fashion App For ‘Flash Sales’ – Inc42 Magazine

Online fashion lifestyle brand Fashionara.com has announced the launch of its android app for flash sales of the brands listed on its platform. The company plans to launch iOS version in coming weeks. … [Read More...]

India ranks 4th in global confidence survey: KPMG – Business Standard

Despite India emerging as the fastest growing economy in the world, the country's industry honchos rank slightly below their Chinese, Spanish and Italian peers when it comes to being confident in … [Read More...]

India Loves MOOCs – MIT Technology Review

How does a talented Indian teenager like Gaurav Goyal make his mark on the world? Ordinarily, his destiny would have been set on the morning in 2008 when he took his country’s toughest college … [Read More...]


Hope against dengue as vaccine trials protect 2 kids in every 3 – The Indian Express

Written by Tabassum Barnagarwala | Mumbai | Updated: July 29, 2015 3:25 am The vaccine was more effective on children over age nine, its efficacy on children under nine being 56.1 per cent. A … [Read More...]