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Digitisation driving opportunities for us in India: Rajiv Kapur, MD, Broadcom India

India is a very exciting market. The initiatives of the new government of connecting every village w...

'Indigenisation of digitisation will help generate jobs'Insurance policy digitisation gets July push
Narendra Modi-led government is taking the necessary measures to fast track the process of regulatory clearances for a faster economic growth. (Reuters)
Narendra Modi govt to implement eco-friendly, growth friendly policies
Environment ministry is taking necessary measures to fast track process of regulatory clearances...

Apple and Amazon take baby steps toward digital sharing

Sharing things in the digital world hasn’t caught up with the physical world because licensing and c...

Many strategies behind Google Android One

The world’s most powerful Internet company wants to expand base and also arrest fragmentation with i...

Google Android One: For the next five billion users

With Android One, Google not only wants to help people get online, it wants to make sure that when.....

Don’t expect low rates to spur growth

In the past few years, capital formation and growth showed a negative relation with policy rates, no...
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State-owned, but efficient
State-owned Chinese telecom companies work in perfect competition, in contrast to India’s BSNL and M...
Corridors of power: Narendra Modi’s time starts now
The UPA govt faltered by taking 10% growth as a given; the NDA’s achhe din is also not a done deal, ...
Is our education system gearing up for the Big Data boom
The explosion of Big Data and the impact it has created on the businesses...
For travellers, how smart is the smartwatch?
Will wearable technology prove to be a game-changer for travellers?
Surge on social media
A soft drink that was discontinued in 2002 has made history in 2014.
The dark side of tourism
Visiting places connected with death and destruction is a popular form of tourism
Rich collections
The hobbies and private quirks of the rich and famous are endlessly fascinating.
The ubiquitous jalebi
The jalebi is possibly the most ‘inclusive’ of our sweets. Over the years, it has evolved into a dis...
Malt & pepper
Being a top taster, with one of the best ‘noses’—the ability to sniff out the intricate flavours in ...
‘If you call my figure sensational, compare it to the govt’s evaluation of coal’
In this Idea Exchange moderated by Ritu Sarin of The Indian Express, former CAG Vinod Rai talks abou...
We are all nerds now
Whether it is movies such as Guardians of the Galaxy or fantasy-based fiction like Game of Thrones, ...
Golden opportunity
A gold-covered Aston Martin DB5, first seen being driven by secret agent 007 in Goldfinger, is being...
Where to print those vacation photos
The Internet is rife with companies willing to print your digital snapshots for little more than the...
Indo-Pak ties: Trade first, diplomacy later
The agreement on the price for the gas export to Pakistan is a sign that trade between the two natio...
DBT will hold financial inclusion scheme together
Opening accounts is fine but for keeping beneficiaries engaged with formal finance, implement Aadhaa...
Batting for PPP: Virendra Mhaiskar
It is better that the government stays with a model where the developer doesn’t bid for fixed conces...
Xi Jinping India visit: Part roses, part thorns
Even as Chinese incursions threaten to dampen the meet, Day 2 sees, quite paradoxically, gearing up ...
Enterprise Mobility: The key to efficient and productive workforce
Change is all around us and a lot of the change happening is enabled by technology.
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