New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is undoubtedly the most popular leader of the country and his charisma & mass...
India is projected to be the world’s fastest-growing economy for the rest of the decade. It is already the third-largest economy in terms of purchasing power parity (PPP).
This year, 5 Indians have found place in Time Magazine’s ‘100 Most Influential people of 2020’. PM Modi alongwith Dadi of Shaheen Bagh, Sundar Pichair, Ravindra Gupta and Ayushmann Khurana have featured in the list.
As businesses and political leaders are eagerly waiting for a vaccine, it is highly likely that most firms would soon follow the footsteps of Google and make such decisions in the days to come.
This move is significant as it comes in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic and as multinational companies across the world look at alternative investment destinations.
"I was delighted to know more about the efforts of Google in several sectors, be it in education, learning, Digital India, furthering digital payments and more," he said in another tweet.
The action will also pause some H2-B visas for seasonal workers, with an exception for those in the food-processing industry.
Google may allow more employees to come to the office by September this year, until buildings reach about 30 percent capacity.
California [USA]: Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai has announced the company’s new commitment to support SMBs, health organisations and...
The CEO wrote that a cautious approach is needed to strike a balance between potential harms and social opportunities.