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Tata Consultancy Services Sets The Pace In A Fast-changing World

By Shobha Tsering Bhalla · June 29, 2020

In today’s technologically driven world, it is a truth universally acknowledged that an organisation in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of an Indian engineer, to paraphrase Jane Austen’s famous opening lines in her celebrated novel Pride & Prejudice. Girish Ramachandran, the Singapore-based President of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) Asia Pacific is…

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Why Did Rahul Gandhi sign an MOU with the CCP?

By Ashali Varma · June 25, 2020

The recent news that Rahul Gandhi personally signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Communist Party of China (CCP) in 2008, is troubling. At the very least he could have shared it with the opposition parties or even shared the MOU in detail in the mainstream media for Indians to get to know about…

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Balakot Strike: The Forward Flight Path

By Wg Cdr (Retd) Sahil Mishra · March 21, 2020

Each nuclear power has its own way of viewing the utility of its Nuclear Arsenal. Superpowers view it as an umbrella under which their blocks of influence can wither the turbulent times. Others see it as a deterrent against geopolitical rivals and a necessary evil to ensure peace by assuring Mutual Destruction in the event…

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Light At The End Of The Tunnel

By Shobha Tsering Bhalla and Nithya Subramanian · December 31, 2019

As 2019 draws to a close, we bring you our most heart-warming story of the year. Hopefully it will be a harbinger of a kinder world in 2020. Raising funds is not only about raising the bottom line. In some cases, it can be about upping the ante on kindness. Cutting through bureaucracy and providing…

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Zero, A Hero

By Team India Se · October 17, 2019

The discovery of Zero was a quantum leap in human advancement in mathematics and science. Prior to this discovery, the development of mathematics had happened in many stages and in many places across the world. The basic rules of mathematics (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) had already been discovered, going by archaeological discoveries of stones,…

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Digitisation Boosts Business In Little India

By Team India Se · October 8, 2019

Little India may be a heritage landmark in Singapore with quaint shophouses and traditional businesses, but in a true example of old meeting new, the business merchants in this district have adopted digital solutions to improve their competitiveness and revenues. Well-known outlets such as Gokulam Jewels & Crafts, Jothi’s Traditional Charm and Sakthi Sangeetha have…

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Fashion For A Cause

By Team India Se · October 2, 2019

India’s leading designer, Anita Dongre, will be showcasing her exquisite designs to get you into the festive mood this weekend. Brought by Melange Singapore,  the traditionally chic collection will include occasion wear, ready-to-wear and menswear called ‘Jaipur Love’ along with Jewellery from Anita Dongre Pinkcity. And what’s best is that all this is happening for…

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Botanical Fusion – Singapore Botanic Gardens Exhibition by Irish artist Gerard Byrne

By Team India Se · September 5, 2019

Ireland’s Ambassador in Singapore, H.E. Mr Patrick Bourne, will officially open ‘Botanical Fusion’ – an exhibition of works by renowned Irish contemporary artist Gerard Byrne, at the Singapore Botanic Gardens, Thursday 5 September. The exhibition features 22 artworks by the modern impressionist who is recognised as one of Europe’s leading living artist. Works from the…

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A First Hand Experience Of Pakistani Protests Against Kashmir Outside Indian High Commission In London

By Kiran Pasunuri · August 20, 2019

At 11 am I received a call from a friend asking where I was. I said that I was boarding a train and would be there before 12. By the time I had reached Holborn it was exactly 12 as the roads were jammed with coaches. People were flocking towards Aldwych IHC. The Pakistanis had…

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Pico Iyer Launches His Latest Book, First Writer in Residence of Raffles Hotel

By Shobha Tsering Bhalla · August 19, 2019

Well-known travel writer Pico Iyer’s latest book – This Could Be Home: Raffles Hotel and the City of Tomorrow was launched in Singapore today. It is his inaugural work as the first Writer in Residence of the Raffles Hotel. Speaking to India Se Media, Iyer said he was impressed at how well-read the Indian diaspora…

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