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India to Open Stock Market to Foreigners

India wants foreigners to directly invest in it’s stock market. Till now foreigners could not make any direct investment in the stock market but they will be able to invest through Mutual Funds. So, why this sudden move especially after the uproar in the country over Foreign Direct Investment in the retail sector. They got their reasons, they want to ... Read More »

IT fraud high in Indian Companies

IT fraud among many others is on the rise in Indian companies, according to an Ernst & Young (E&Y) Survey. Arpinder Singh, the India Head of Ernst & Young’s Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services, was instrumental in providing vital information regarding this topic. Singh said that as companies we become “borderless” and “digitize,” the risks pertaining to privacy and data ... Read More »

US: I am Sorry Pakistan

US, finally comes to common terms with Pakistani demand, offering an apology to the Pakistani people on the air strike it conducted near the Afghan border that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers. Earlier since the attack, US remained stubborn and  dismissed any term related to an official apology with Pakistani government. Pakistan, however, remained firm on the demand and asked US ... Read More »

Jeans that can clean themselves!

Scientist say they have found out a technique to makes Jeans clean themselves with the help of Sunlight. So,we may actually see Jeans removing all the dirt and bacteria from it once it is placed in balcony or open place where Sunlight can touch it. When i came across this info, i felt Wow! Now, i dont need to waste ... Read More »

Russia: US seeks to enslave world

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has said that the United States intends to dominate other countries, adding that the world is sick and tired of taking orders from Washington. “Sometimes it seems to me that America does not need allies, it needs vassals,” Putin said on Thursday during an annual televised call-in show, Reuters reported. He added that “people are ... Read More »