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India's booming IT scene is creating a wealth of high paying opportunities, according to a new study identifying the country's most lucrative tech professions.
Facebook, YouTube, TikTok, Twitter and LinkedIn have "lite" versions — smaller and simpler iterations of their platforms targeted at users with more basic, slower devices.
A new report picks the top universities for developers, based on the four skills most desired by employers.
If diplomatic steps are the worst tension between India and Pakistan, that's something to feel relieved about, says Alyssa Ayres of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Given the global environment, it doesn't look like there will be a pick up in India's private capital expenditure cycle in the near future, says Sonal Varma of Nomura.
Have you ever caught yourself trying to scroll up on a paperback book? For most, it might result in a moment of self-loathing. For Dhvanil Sheth, it marked the birth of a $2 million company.
Pakistan said it is suspending bilateral trade with New Delhi and expelling India's high commissioner to Islamabad.
It will take India at least another year to roll out the next generation of high-speed mobile internet, according to Akhil Gupta of Bharti Enterprises.
Taimur Baig of DBS Group Research says central banks worry a lot about financial stability and the cost of cutting rates too much. He explains why these things things may not matter in the current environment.
Priyanka Kishore of Oxford Economics discusses why rate cuts in India haven't had a strong impact. She also says the country requires broader financial reforms.
Technology has made it easier than ever for individuals to boost their earnings with profitable side-gigs.
Priya Paul, ranked by Forbes as one of Asia's 50 most powerful businesswomen, warned would-be entrepreneurs there were "so many ways of losing money" that were not always taken into account by start-up founders.
Faisel Pervaiz of Stratfor says it is a major concern and a "nightmare scenario" that both India and Pakistan, which are locked in a dispute, are nuclear-armed countries.
Pakistan said India's decision to strip Jammu and Kashmir of special privileges violated international law and UN resolutions.
The Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) is in lockdown after the government revoked a special status granted to the troubled region. On Monday, Interior Minister Amit Shah told India's parliament that the federal government would scrap Article 370, a constitutional provision that grants special status and allows the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir to make its own laws. India has deployed tens of thousands of troops across the Kashmir Valley in anticipation of a backlash.
U.S. stock futures point to a sharply lower open on Wall Street after China allows its currency to slide to its lowest level in more than a decade.