A 3-month-old baby, whose father has been arrested on allegations he beat her for being born a girl, died Wednesday at a hospital in South India, a doctor said.
A three-story building caved in Wednesday in southern India after a cooking-gas canister exploded, authorities said.
When you hear the word hacker, you probably don't picture someone dedicated to solving the problems of global development.
Dr. Devi Shetty is a prominent heart surgeon with big plans to revolutionize Indian health care.
By driving huge volumes, Dr. Devi Shetty aims to reduce the cost of health care in India. CNN's Mallika Kapur reports.
The downtown business district of Detroit, Michigan contains precious few beacons of economic optimism these days amid the empty office buildings, vacant lots and unsold condos.
I have always had trouble delegating. Even as a manager in corporate America, I had a tendency to do all my work myself -- everything from scheduling meetings, to reserving conference rooms, to ordering lunch for guests and sending faxes. I was convinced I was the best person to complete these tasks.
Several police guards were injured in a low-intensity explosion outside a southern Indian stadium barely minutes ahead of a star-studded cricket match Saturday, authorities said.
Indian investigators are probing a Tuesday pre-dawn firing on guards posted at a space research center, authorities said.
At least nine people were killed in a fire at a multi-story commercial building in southern India Tuesday, police said.
Some 50 mothers-in-law have come together in a campaign seeking legal protection from what they allege is abuse of laws favoring daughters-in-law in the country.
Indian Premier League Chairman Lalit Modi explains why the cricket league is a financial success.
The prices of real estate, stocks and many commodities continue to plummet this year.
The last few weeks have led to the startling revelation of large-scale lapses in corporate governance by a leading India-based IT company. The disclosures have indeed been a wake up call for all stakeholders -- companies, customers, governments and employees.
For some, "telemedicine" brings to mind remote-controlled surgery, or x-rays from Houston being read by radiologists in Bangalore.
The wealth of India's capital is built on a still booming traditional economy, not the diving stock market. And much of it based on cash not credit
India's capital was thrown into chaos on Saturday evening as five serial blasts left at least 18 people dead and 80 injured
New Delhi used to blame foreigners for terror. But the latest bombings may have emerged from its own Muslim minority
All metropolitan areas in India were on high alert Sunday after 17 blasts hit the western city of Ahmedabad within a little more than an hour, killing at least 29 people, according to police and government officials.
CNN's Sara Sidner reports that the media may have had some warning before the explosions.
At least 29 people were killed and 88 wounded when a series of small explosions hit the western Indian city of Ahmadabad on Saturday
A series of blasts hit Bangalore, India, leaving at least one person dead and six injured
One person was killed and several others were injured on Friday in a string of bomb blasts in the southern Indian city of Bangalore, police said.
The percentage of vacant homes available for sale remained relatively flat in the second quarter, but still hovered in record territory.
Delhi's first gay pride parade attracted more than 500 marchers. The movement, in a city of 14 million, may be small, but it was a long time in coming
Suddenly inflation is the word on everyone's lips. But as much as they might like to, policymakers cannot forget about a bigger problem - the lingering effects of the credit crunch.
Bangalore has a suicide rate three times the national average. The workplace stress in India's booming corporate sector may be taking a psychological toll
When it was time for Sabiha Ansari to get married, her parents flew her to India. She met her husband-to-be for less than 20 minutes, with family, then was asked whether she liked him.
Business travel sucks. It sucks energy, it sucks time, and mostly it just sucks. We're stuck with it because nothing beats a physical presence.
Anjali Rao: He's dubbed the "King of Good Times." The billionaire tycoon casts a long shadow in India with high-profile launches and lavish parties. Vijay Mallya inherited an empire of different businesses at the tender age of 27, streamlining the operation and founding the Kingfisher brand. Today, his holding company United Breweries is worth $5 billion.
CNN's Anjali Rao meets Indian business tycoon Vijay Mallya about new investment, Kingfisher Airlines.
How do you make a good travel experience out of a business trip? There may be times when quick and efficient transfers and check-ins are what is most important from a excursion, but with the holiday season almost upon us, even the most hardened road warriors will be forgiven for thinking more about winding down for the year than business.
They either obsequiously kowtow to your every demand, or mutter sarcastic remarks after reasonable requests like picking up your newly-heeled brogues or collected your Pomeranian from the dog salon -- so, really, who needs a real butler or even a personal assistant anymore when you can now outsource your personal life?
Anesthesiologist Dr. Yohannan John joins CNN to discuss the surgery for a girl born with eight limbs.
Partway through a mammoth 40-hour operation on a 2-year-old girl born with four arms and four legs, surgeons in India said the procedure is going according to plan, with no problems encountered.
Surgeons in India said a mammoth 40-hour operation on a two-year-old girl born with four arms and four legs was going according to plan.
Past the lava lamps in the lobby and the cubicles decorated with cricket jerseys, a programmer sits in front of two flat-screen monitors touch-typing code. Another is plopped in a beanbag chair balancing a laptop on his knee. In a corner, near an electronic keyboard, a turbaned Sikh relaxes in a massage chair, eyes closed. Interspersed among the cubicles are a foosball table, billiards, darts, a chessboard, and a board game called carrom. A tent-shrouded chair sports a sign, FORTUNES TOLD HERE.
Thumping dance music, waiters darting from the kitchen with hot plates, children chasing balloons. "It's rocking," says 23-year-old software engineer Nishant Gupta, squirting ketchup onto his pizza before dipping it in a mound of mustard and taking a bite.
Hyderabad is the latest technology center to be a target. But so far, India's grim security situation hasn't hindered its boom
Far from the gleaming high-tech parks of Bangalore and Hyderabad, 25-year-old Mohammed Zayeed hunches over a raised concrete slab in the slums of New Delhi. With surgical precision he disassembles the backbone of India's booming IT industry for 12 hours a day: removing cream-colored plastic casings from old desktop computers, separating hard drives from circuitboards, and stripping PVC coating from copper wires. He tosses the detritus into towering piles destined for the next link in a long chain of recyclers.
Fusing the cutting edge of technology with the human body means restoring lost function and augmenting human ability. We want to know what you think about the future of cybernetics.
Toni Oberoi, a vivacious 56-year-old Sikh, is a 10 handicapperat Delhi Golf Club, a demanding 6,882-yard par-72layout full of ancient Mughal tombs and massive porcupines.
Nandan M. Nilekani Infosys Nilekani has been the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Infosys, the Bangalore-based software company, since March 2002. He is a founder of the company and one of India's most successful entrepreneurs.
Get ready for the malling of Bangalore.
The rose pickers of one village outside Bangalore, India, typically got up before the sun, grabbed a basket with one hand and a lamp with the other, and hurried to the fields so they could bring th...
Far from his 18th-century colonial mansion in Philadelphia, Ashok Kheny has been waging a ten-year battle to build a $600 million, 111-kilometer toll road connecting Bangalore to Mysore, the second...
Authorities in southern India said they foiled a possible terror attack on a local parliament building in Karnataka state late Thursday and have arrested two terror suspects following a shootout.
If Vinod Agarwal has his way, Hyderabad, a city known for its pearls and Old World charm, will soon become the capital of India's semiconductor industry.
IDEA NO. 6 Services that once required face time can be profitably handled online.
Regarding the train bombings in Mumbai, not a lot of effect on the Sensex, essentially India's Dow. In fact, today that index is up almost 3 percent. Terror has become rote?....With all the violence in the world, where the hell is the U.N.???
"Will science eventually build robots indistinguishable from human beings?"
The explosive growth of no-frills, low-fare airlines has turned India into one of the world's hottest travel markets. It is also playing havoc with the country's overburdened and under-equipped air...
1 Go global. International operations aren't a backwater--they're a way to prove you get it. "You don't have to go live in Bangalore for three years," says Brian Sullivan of executive recruiters Christian & Timbers. But you "need more than just superficial knowledge. Get involved with customers, manufacturing technologies, and employees in different cultures."
We are living in a golden age of early retirement.
If downloading digital photos stalls your PC, spare a thought for the data networks in hospitals. A midsize hospital typically gets 60 requests every hour for MRIs and echocardiograms. At 10 megaby...
Why does outsourcing make so many white-collar American workers so uneasy? Not because their jobs are really headed for Bangalore. Outsourcing overseas accounts for perhaps 350,000 lost jobs a year, the majority of them still blue collar, in a work force of 147 million.
E-mail can link co-workers across continents, but it can just as easily divide them if cultural differences aren't taken into account. Think about how your words will hit their readers before you h...
When Jeff Immelt became chairman and CEO of GE in 2001, the company had only two R&D centers. One, in the tiny upstate New York town of Niskayuna, hailed back a century to GE's founder, Thomas Edis...
Computer software code writing may not be everyone's idea of a competitive sport, but thanks to a type of contest that is growing in popularity, things may soon change.
When Silicon Valley Entrepreneur Ajit Deora was starting enKoo, his latest tech venture, he had to deal with one very important question: where to develop the product? The last three times he had f...
Four years ago, an air ticket for the two-hour flight between New Delhi and the commercial capital of Mumbai cost 5110 rupees (then about $150) on Indian Airlines and Jet Airways.
Imagine: A legend in the mutual fund world is labeled a communist! A steely-eyed regulator says fund firms are fleecing investors! An industry executive fights back, refusing to bow down!
We Americans make no apologies for our geographic promiscuity. No sooner have we collectively fallen in love with one dirt-cheap labor haven then we pack up and move on to the next one. So border t...
So there's this play, Alladeen, that's been touring all over the world for about a year. In New York City last December it sold out five shows and got a rave review in the New York Times. You might...
"It's a bit amusing to see overseas outsourcing talked about as if it were a new trend, when actually it's been going on for quite some time," writes Tom Manning, who launched recruitment drives fo...
Could we all please take three deep breaths and resume thinking clearly about jobs? The election-year hysteria over outsourcing, or, more precisely, "offshoring," has thrown up such a whirlwind of ...
Offshore outsourcing firms are feeling some heat from a U.S. political backlash and the rising Indian rupee, but if the earnings report of an industry bellwether Tuesday is any guidance, business is still pretty good and unlikely to suffer a major setback anytime soon.
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NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Robert Dunn first spotted the warning signals three years ago, after the dot-com bust.
If you are at all like me--and I can find that out simply by reviewing your online profile at Friendster, LinkedIn, Tribe, or some other social-networking startup--you're probably beginning to regr...
We've all seen the bleak statistics: U.S. companies have sent well over a half-million tech jobs overseas in the past couple of years. What the numbers don't show is the bitter frustration of skill...
Alan Greenspan and President Bush believe the best response to the movement of U.S. jobs offshore is the same thing it's always been: educating U.S. workers so they can get better-paying jobs.
Every weekday, as the tropical sun begins its swift descent over the Deccan plain, fleets of what the Indians call "multi-utility vehicles" fan out across Bangalore. The Tata Sumos and Toyota Quali...
As far as Brian Hill's four kids are concerned, nothing has really changed. Dad still dons a suit and tie every morning and catches the 7:45 A.M. train to downtown Chicago, spends the day at a desk...
Stop me if you've heard this one before: In Heaven, the cooks are French, the police are English, the mechanics are German, the lovers are Italian, and the bankers are Swiss. But in Hell, the cooks...
Irked by ponytailed Web masters with more attitude than ability who command six-figure salaries plus options? Jealous of journeyman programmers who oh-so-casually double their day rates by defectin...
LINED UP AGAINST the wall of General Electric's medical equipment factory outside Bangalore are seven ultrasound machines covered in plastic. The $25,000 devices are headed for France, Wipro GE Med...
LOOKING AHEAD/COVER STORY 52 YOUR NEW GLOBAL WORK FORCE Jobs are moving abroad, propelled by companies seeking to tap a vast new supply of talented workers -- and the promising markets they inhabit...
WE'VE KNOWN for years that it was happening -- the merging of computer and communications power that is the information revolution. But few foresaw how completely human ingenuity and competitive pr...