Monday, April 24
Mauritius has approached Indian information technology industry body Nasscom for support in building capacity in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) skill needs.
Tuesday, April 18
The law has finally caught up with Indian tycoon Vijay Mallya. The flamboyant businessman was arrested on Tuesday in the U.K., months after being accused of fraud by Indian authorities.
Sunday, April 09
Les investissements étrangers transitant par la juridiction mauricienne pour atterrir en Inde restent toujours significativement élevés. Et ce, malgré la révision du traité fiscal entre Maurice et la Grande péninsule l’année dernière.
Friday, April 07
Twitter is looking at developing regions again as it struggles to find new users elsewhere, and it's taking a page out of the playbooks of its rivals for inspiration.
Tuesday, April 04
Amid demonetization in India late last year, mobile wallet apps such as Paytm and MobiKwik emerged as the big winners, reporting astronomical growth. But the biggest challenger yet is about to join the race.
Thursday, March 30
La compagnie nationale qui assure déjà une forte présence en Inde compte ajouter deux nouvelles destinations sur son plan de vol.
Monday, March 27
India's biometric-based central identification system that started as a "voluntary" program for its billion-plus citizens in 2009 has now become inescapable.
Sunday, March 26
353 millions de dollars pour cinq projets prioritaires : le Metro Express, le nouveau bâtiment de la Cour supreme, l’investissement dans des logements sociaux, le nouvel hôpital ENT ou encore l’approvisionement en tablettes pour les écoliers du primaire.
Friday, March 24
Shiv Sena Member of Parliament, Ravindra Gaikwad, in the news for slapping an Air India employee with his slippers, may be permanently barred from flying on the country's national carrier. The Osmanabad MP has refused to apologise for his behaviour. According to latest reports, Air India has cancelled Gaikwad's return ticket from Delhi to Pune.
Tuesday, March 21
A court in northern Indian has given the Ganges and Yamuna rivers the status of "living human entities".