NEW DELHI/BENGALURU In 2015, when Antony Alex pitched his training products for tackling sexual harassment in the workplace, large and small businesses in India mostly turned him away saying it was not worth the investment.
NEW DELHI India's finance minister said on Thursday that Mastercard and Visa were losing market share to domestic payments networks, months after Mastercard complained to the U.S. government that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was using nationalism to promote a local rival.
NEW DELHI Mastercard told the United States government in June that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was using nationalism to promote the use of a domestic payments network, and New Delhi's protectionist policies were hurting foreign payment companies, a document seen by Reuters showed.
NEW DELHI Global card payments giant Mastercard is storing its new Indian transaction data locally, the company said on Tuesday, as it starts to comply with a regulatory directive which U.S. companies unsuccessfully lobbied hard to dilute.
* In rare dawn raids, watchdog seized documents, copied hard
NEW DELHI An Indian anti-trust probe into beer price-fixing allegations was initiated after the world's largest brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev told the authorities last year it had detected an industry cartel, three people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
NEW DELHI India's government on Wednesday ordered a probe at the country's top crime fighting bureau after its two senior officers accused each other of bribery and interference in police investigations.
NEW DELHI Defamation lawsuits filed by two Indian public figures accused of sexual harassment have sparked warnings from women's rights activists and legal experts that prolonged court battles could put the brakes on the country's nascent #MeToo movement. | Video
NEW DELHI Two U.S. senators have called on Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to soften India's stance on data localization, warning that measures requiring it represent "key trade barriers" between the two nations.
NEW DELHI, Oct 13 Two U.S. senators have called
on Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to soften India's stance
on data localisation, warning that measures requiring it
represent "key trade barriers" between the two nations.