India in News - News links that I read at Digg

I have started using Digg to report news stories on India at Digg. Here is the link to Digg. As always, I don't enjoy report or link stories because they are fancy or entertaining news. Only stories that inform about India towards its dream of becoming a super power and consolidate India's recent momentum in economic growth. . You can read real stories about Grass root innovations and the people that are making the real Indian innovation happen at Good News India. Here are the recent duggs





China, India hold world ecological balance


The choices China and India make in the next few years will lead the world either down a development path based on efficient technologies and better stewardship of resources or towards a future beset by growing ecological instability, said the US-based Worldwatch Institute in its State of the World 2006 report. More…








Hutch, Radio Mirchi, Nokia and HP launches Visual Radio in India


Radio Mirchi becomes the first FM radio station to offer interactive content. Visual radio allows listeners to tune in to local FM radio via the receiver on their Nokia devices while simultaneously receiving interactive information and graphics that are synchronised with radio broadcast through cellular network onto the screen of the handset More…








Bright outlook for India's IT industry


Despite the stock-market crash, the future looks quite bright for India's information-technology industry. The top three Indian IT firms, Wipro, Infosys and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), are reporting better-than-expected first-quarter results, strengthening India's position as the global software hub. More…








U.S. Fashion's Passage to India


Apparel and home furnishing designers are joining Indian entrepreneurs in what seem to be perfect marriages of brand and infrastructure.The Indian-born financier Om Bathija, with Bombay-based partner Vijay Aggarwal, owns 70% of U.S. designer Tracy Reese's first store in Manhattan's Reese's company, TR Designs. More…








Wal-Mart mulls franchise deal with India's DLF-paper


The world's biggest retailer, Wal-Mart Stores Inc., is in talks with top Indian real estate firm DLF Universal Ltd. for a franchise deal in Asia's third-biggest economy. DLF plans to develop more than 100 malls in 60 Indian cities over the next four to five years, and Wal-Mart stores could be located in these malls. More…








India set to be world's publishing hub


Cambridge University Press, which has published books every year since it printed its first book in 1584, acquired 51 per cent stake in the Delhi-based Foundation Books on Monday, to enter India to grab a share of its fast-growing market of 20,000 new titles a year. Another unique advantage of India is its growing domestic markets. More…








INDIA = Strategic Advantage * (Price + Innovation)


INDIA uniquely offers price advantage along with highly competent Product Innovation talent pool. Any organization can reap the benefits of the flat world if the off shoring activity is carried with a definitive strategy and understanding. Two news items from today, that confirms both facets of India and its unique advantage. More…








India design firms as product innovators


Agilent, Via, Dell, Rambus, Windriver, Wolfson, Austria Microsystems, Tensilica and Sandisk have already established R&D Facilities in India to tap the pool of Innovators. Now ATI joins the pool with its plans to invest additional $50M in Hyderabad R&D Facility. IBM announced 11% increase in profit due to India. INDIA=Price + Innovation. More…








IBM's Profit Gains 11% as India Expansion Trims Costs


Any doubts about benefits offered by offshore software development, particularly in India? Read on. International Business Machines Corp., the world's biggest computer-services provider, said second-quarter profit rose 11 percent after the company reduced expenses by shifting work to India. More…



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