Anirudh Vohra

Articles By Anirudh Vohra

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Car ad-ons: Pay 25 pct, own a car

The companies promise to share the equated monthly instalments of car owners in return for using 60-70% of the vehicle’s space to put vinyl stickers of their clients

Industry News

Food of the gods in Andhra

India successfully experiments with quinoa cultivation in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana; to be available in markets from mid-2016

Food of the gods in Andhra

Indian exotica

All exotic foods need not be imported. Thanks to successful experiments with cultivation and production of food products like quinoa and olive oil in India, these might soon become ubiquitous and affordable

Indian exotica

My Life of Rock and Revolution book review: Rock ‘n’ roll

Another Little Piece of My Heart explains how and why rock music became the social force it is today

My Life of Rock and Revolution book review: Rock ‘n’ roll

Hanging out in Delhi

Every city has its hotspots, places that are inevitable destinations for people to visit for shopping, eating out or just an outing. These places change every few years, with new ones springing up every now and then. This is

Hanging out in Delhi

Alibaba’s World: A revolutionary ride

This insider account describes in vivid detail the rise of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba from a struggling start-up to the mammoth it is today

Alibaba’s World: A revolutionary ride

Gujarat’s Last Rajput King Karan Ghelo: A king’s life

A translation of the first novel of Gujarati literature tells the story of the Vaghela dynasty

Gujarat’s Last Rajput King Karan Ghelo: A king’s life

Do or diet

From ‘no-carbohydrate’ and ‘high-protein’ meal plans to the popular Dr Atkins and GM diets, we have witnessed many new diet fads come and go over the years. Experts spill the beans on what’s trending this year

Do or diet

Buyer’s guide: Joy ride

Irrespective of whether you are heading to the hills or the beaches this summer, here are some adventure vehicles that will make your holiday more fun.

Buyer’s guide: Joy ride

Buyer’s guide: Joy ride

Irrespective of whether you are heading to the hills or the beaches this summer, here are some adventure vehicles that will make your holiday more fun.

Buyer’s guide: Joy ride

A thing for thong

From lacy bikinis and G-strings to briefs and boyshorts, Indian men are challenging some of the most entrenched gender stereotypes by taking a fancy to exotic male lingerie

men lingerie News

The road less taken: Auroville, Sundarbans, Chitrakoot, more

Far from the madding crowds are several destinations in the country that are equally, if not more, enthralling, but are still not on the tourist map. A Ficci-EY knowledge paper explores why is that and how it can be changed

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Roam sweet roam: 10 places to go this summer

Now that summer is here, it is time you started planning that trip to shake off your work stress and spend some quality time with your family. From Sikkim and Uttarakhand to Fiji and the Maldives, we highlight the popular dom

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Cash reach

Is money the anchor that binds you from turning that dream project or venture into reality? If it is, then you have a solution in crowdfunding.

India News

Buyer’s Guide: The homeplex

In our monthly series on consumer products, we feature some essentials for your very own home theatre system.

homeplex News

The Time Machine

The instrument, which the current generation may have seen only on the silver screen, used to be the lifeline of offices in India at least two generations ago.

The Time Machine

Taste of the times

From restaurant aggregation to delivery of daily kitchen necessities, food and grocery segments are cooking up a storm in the country’s e-commerce space.

Taste of the times

The green denim

Did you know that the pair of jeans you are wearing was made using over 40 litres of water? But now the industry is seriously relooking its intensive water consumption, with efforts ranging from new machinery to ad campaigns

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Driven to Distraction at Work book review: Attention please

Driven To Distraction At Work identifies six ways people lose the ability to focus at work.

Driven to Distraction at Work book review: Attention please

Top gear

In our monthly series on consumer products, we feature some of the latest fitness equipment available in the Indian market.

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Our next focus is measuring the efficacy of our solutions: Deepak Mehrotra

Digital footprint allows you to measure what the learner has learnt, what has worked, what didn’t work, and also creates a very strong feedback loop, which enables you to improve the solutions and intervention

Our next focus is measuring the efficacy of our solutions: Deepak Mehrotra

Rise of the entrepreneur

Two books provide a quick tutorial to gain start-up knowledge without making mistakes.

Rise of the entrepreneur

Buyer’s Guide: Premium rush

From combating climate change to easing urban congestion—not to forget building physical fitness and endurance—there’s a lot riding on the bicycle as an efficient form of transportation. In our monthly series on consume

Buyer’s Guide: Premium rush

Buyer’s Guide: Premium rush

From combating climate change to easing urban congestion—not to forget building physical fitness and endurance—there’s a lot riding on the bicycle as an efficient form of transportation. In our monthly series on consume

Buyer’s Guide: Premium rush

Reaching for the Stars book review: A Martian quest

Reaching For The Stars reveals a lot about India’s Mars Orbiter Mission, but fails to answer a few important questions

Reaching for the Stars book review: A Martian quest

Free wi-fi: Digital Dilemma

Free public Wi-Fi zones are welcome, but are they really viable? We take a reality check

Free wi-fi: Digital Dilemma

World Cup 2015: Cricket carnival

With everyone warming up to the World Cup, here’s a quick lowdown on one of the planet’s greatest sporting extravaganzas.

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