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  • India Conquers the World

    “Little India” in Jackson Heights, Queens New York. After a long eclipse, an ancient country finally returns as a force in global business and culture. From the exclusive Club Lounge on the 19th floor of Singapore’s Mandarin Oriental, Anish Lalvani gazes out at the city’s skyline, a dazzling array of glass and steel and vertical… Read More »

    Jul 28, 2011
  • Why Aussies are coming to Asia: Careers matter more than money

    Australian banking professionals are primarily moving to Hong Kong and Singapore because they want to grow their careers in large financial centres. As motivating factors, salaries and low taxes in Asia have to some extent been offset by the rising Australian dollar and increasing local living costs. Motivations to move So why are Australians still… Read More »

    Jul 25, 2011
  • India emerges top medical, tourist spot for Omanis

    Working overtime: The Indian Embassy in the Sultanate has issued 25,576 visas to Omani nationals from January to June this year. MUSCAT: If statistics are any indication, India is growing as a top holiday as well as medical destination for Omani nationals. The sheer large number of applications implies that the Indian embassy has been… Read More »

    Jul 22, 2011
  • Top students opt for Hong Kong

    Both China and Hong Kong were agog at the news earlier this month that the top performers in China’s ferociously competitive national university entrance examination (gaokao) have opted to study at Hong Kong universities rather than China’s own prestigious institutions. While the number who opted for Hong Kong were tiny – the four top scorers… Read More »

    Jul 22, 2011
  • US cos can explore biz opportunities in India’s infra sector

    NEW DELHI: American companies can explore business opportunities in the Indian infrastructure sector , which is expected to see a USD 1 trillion investment during the 2012-17 period, a senior US government official said today. “Infrastructure is one area where India and US investors can work for mutual benefit,” US Under Secretary for Economic, Energy… Read More »

    Jul 20, 2011
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