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It’s 5 o’clock on a nippy December evening in Kolkata. Generally, the sprawling green landscape inside the heritage ‘Aldeen’ building complex is a picture of contrast to the narrow—but significant—Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Road outside, which carries a considerable amount of traffic throughout the day.
Billionaire businessman Richard Branson takes off from where he left in his last autobiography, recounting his life from being a records impresario to a global entrepreneur
The country is grappling with large volumes of waste. But there are some dedicated start-ups in the country which are showing not only how to deal with the problem but also how to make it profitable for themselves as well as the environment
Just consider these facts: the Indian Railways is the fourth-largest railway network in the world comprising 1,19,630 km of total track and 92,081 km of running track over a route of 66,687 km, with 7,216 stations at the end of 2015-16.
As children, they grew up amidst verdant nature. While 76-year-old Anil Malhotra attended Welham Boys’ School and The Doon School—both located in Dehradun in the foothills of the Himalayas—his 65-year-old wife Pamela Malhotra nee Gale spent much of her early years running barefoot and climbing trees near her family estate in New Jersey, USA.
When Saffronart conducted its 2017 online summer auction recently, up to 74% of the contemporary lots on offer were sold.
In a sector where rules are rewritten with each passing day, a timely guide to understand the whirlwind of activity around e-commerce in India.
The impending high-profile acquisition between Flipkart and Snapdeal has once again put the focus back on Indian e-commerce and a change in the landscape that the sector is witnessing as a result of intense competition among players.
The government may have just given a boost to its ‘Make in India’ initiative by resolving a year-long logjam over defence manufacturing by private companies, but several homegrown defence start-ups are already assisting the country’s armed forces in modern warfare.
Leaving fat salaries, secure jobs and cushy environments behind, several Indians are trading the corporate world for greener pastures and taking up farming full-time. Here are some such stories.
Indian homes are sitting on a huge stockpile of unused goods— items that they no longer require and which can be liquidated to buy items that are more relevant to them.
Govt agencies apart, several private players from Elon Musk’s SpaceX to India’s Team Indus, are making space less mysterious and more accessible.
As I proceed towards the reception area, I am greeted with a wraparound banner that reads: ‘New world thinking for tomorrow’s challenges’.
BY THE looks of it, you might mistake it for another abandoned factory premises on a stretch of such units located in Okhla, an industrial district on the southern fringes of the national capital.
IF THE way you do business is changing, where you do business should also follow suit, right? And what if we told you that you could mix a bit of pleasure too along with business?
Google has termed it “the biggest and fastest public Wi-Fi” project in the world. Claims aside, the US tech giant’s partnership with Indian Railways to provide free Wi-Fi services to railway stations across the country is commendable, to say the least.
Jumping up from your moment of inertia, you suddenly realise that you need to log on to the Net to read an urgent email.
That the holiest of the Sikh shrines is visited by over a lakh people daily, as per conservative estimates, only added to the general sense of disorderliness around the monument.
AMAR AGRAWAL, the 48-year-old MD of Gurgaon-based The Spa Group, has been watching stand-up comedy ever since he was studying at the University of Southern California in the US.
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After Coldplay, another British rock band Dire Straits is now performing in the country to bring about a ‘change’
Although the narratives focus on only one community—the Tangkhul Nagas from Ukhrul, Manipur—the prejudices
and oppression experienced by them are similar to what is faced by almost any other linguistic section of the north-east populace
Interestingly, as per industry experts, when it comes to providing period props to the West, there is practically no competition for Indian companies.