Indra Nooyi inducted into Smithsonian portrait gallery



‘To be an immigrant, a South Asian immigrant of colour, a woman to be included in the Portrait Gallery… it really says that we are the country where people look for the people who make a positive impact and celebrate them,’ Nooyi, 64, told reporters during the portrait gallery induction ceremony on Sunday.



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PIO outfit urges US Senate to lift cap on green card



In a policy paper submitted to US Senators, the Foundation for India and Indian Diaspora Studies (FIIDS) said the excessive delays in the processing of permanent residency applications due to country-wise quota contributed to America’s loss of revenue, market leadership and competitive edge.



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'Govt must not throw away money to corporates'



‘You can’t take money from Shaktikanta Das (the RBI governor) and give it to Nirmala Sitharaman (the Union finance minister). She will blow it away on Modi.’



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What Mark Mobius thinks Modi Sarkar should do



‘One thing the government has failed to do is to spend on infrastructure. The other thing is to make it easier for people to invest. The government needs to loosen up investment regulations and allow infrastructure spending to be shared with the private sector.’



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Apple clocks double-digit revenue growth in India



Analysts tracking Apple said the India results were glimpses of what the company could achieve in emerging markets with a right pricing strategy for its products and local manufacturing.



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India must withdraw 'unacceptable' tariffs: Trump



The Trump administration wants Prime Minister Modi to lower the trade barriers and embrace “fair and reciprocal” trade.



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India hits back at Uncle Sam with tariff hikes



The commerce department has said that earnings through the new tax will equal the losses faced by Indian industry after the US tariffs on steel and aluminium.



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3 Indian Americans on Forbes list of richest women



President and CEO of computer networking firm Arista Networks Jayshree Ullal, cofounder of IT consulting and outsourcing firm Syntel Neerja Sethi, and CTO and cofounder of streaming data technology company Confluent Neha Narkhede are in the Forbes list of ‘America’s Richest Self-Made Women 2019’.



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