The French courts ruled that Google is not liable to pay $1.3 billion in back taxes, but it continues to fight its $2.7 billion European Commission fine.
Shaesta Waiz, a young Afghan refugee, has taken off from the coasts of Florida in order to inspire and empower women around the world.
TeamIndus is one of the five teams aiming to win the Google Lunar XPrize. The stakes are high but the team seems confident and prepared to take on the challenge.
Alexander Cazes was married to a local woman and resided in Thailand for the last eight years. During the arrest Bangkok police seized four Lamborghinis and three properties owned by Cazes.
USA withheld Pakistan’s military reimbursement over Haqqani network row and emphasised that Pakistan has not done enough against militants in Northwest Pakistan.
The School for Justice educates sex trafficking survivors to become lawyers and bring down the very perpetrators who operate the illegal trade.
With suicidal deaths amidst farmers increasing to terrifying extents, what needs immediate introspection is the state of Indian agriculture which poses as the most probable cause.
What perils do parents and their children need to know, that revolve around childhood sexting?
Amit Shah’s nationwide tour will embody the national interest in state affairs and will consolidate support in the tiny cells of our gigantic country.
Ram Nath Kovind being elected as the new President stands as an example of the BJP's clever political acumen.
As the Lahore High Court lifts the ban on Indian TV shows, Indian artists too must question the anti-Pakistan sentiments brewing in the industry.
Coursera-AXA partnership will not only create new learning opportunities for AXA’s employees but will also help it in adapting to the ever changing business environment.
Increase in government actions intensifies the popularity of political singers.
The Gulf countries are seeing a drastic rise in the number of cocaine users. This drug addiction has left the Gulf Cooperation Council falling back on familiar methods of response.
A historically low inflation rate has prompted analysts to believe that the RBI will cut its policy rate by 25 basis points, causing heightened stock market activity.