Public sector lender Punjab National Bank is planning to open offices in Canada and Singapore to expand its presence overseas.
The Indian flag carrier with 259 Haj pilgrims arrives in Jeddah and is received by the Indian envoy to Saudi Arabia.
A bank serving the growing south Asian community in the New York-New Jersey area has opened its fourth branch in the US.
The release function for Dev Anand's autobiography Romancing With Life proved a tremendous success in London, reports Vijay Dutt.
The role of Indian Americans in India's growth has been below potential and much of the inward remittances have come from the Gulf, says Minister Vayalar Ravi.
Bank of Baroda, the fifth largest bank in India, has opened a representative office in the heart of Sydney's central business district.
Bank of Baroda, the fifth largest bank in India, is all set to open shop in countries, including Trinidad, Tobago, Australia, Ghana and Bahrain.
Ascendas India Trust (A-iTrust) is launching an initial public offering to raise 500 million Singapore dollars.
An Indian American has developed a software that combines speech-recognition and text messaging to provide free directions to motorists.
India is making all possible efforts to resolve the row with Kuwait which has decided to ban all flights of its designated airlines from July 1, 2007.
India is considering a ban on housemaids going to work in nations with which it doesn't have a labour welfare pact.
Air India and Indian are planning to run additional flights for Indian expatriates opting to come back to the country under the three-month amnesty scheme announced by the UAE government.
Kerala CM Achuthanandan said they would start a centre, which would source funds from the non-resident Keralite for productive purposes.
Singapore will take only those doctors from India, Philippines and Myanmar who are graduates from recognised medical schools.
The call for suspension of changes to the bill was made as it has adversely affected many professionals from India and other non-EU countries.