It’s that time of the year when people start talking about Jaipur and literature in the same breath. Because come January, all roads will lead to Diggi Palace, as it hosts the Zee Jaipur Literature Festival (JLF) from Janua
Nitin Gadkari, Union minister for road transport & highways, is highly optimistic about electric vehicles in India, telling Smitha Verma that as the use of electric vehicles grows, the technology will become cheaper and more
If all the talk about electric vehicles could be impetus for them to efficiently roll out on Indian roads, we would have electric vehicles much earlier than 2030—the government target for 100% electric mobility. But how muc
For a country with a large unbanked population, the alternative financial services ecosystem has come as a big boon. Customers, who were mostly shown the door by traditional banks, now have an instant, hassle-free and accessi
In the Economic Survey of India 2017 report released by the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), an inter-governmental economic organisation with 35 member countries, over 30% of youth aged 15-29 years
From Satyavati and Shikhandi to Menaka and Surpanakha, lesser-known characters of India’s ancient texts are being brought out of the shadows today by authors who are reinterpreting their stories in imaginative ways
The book also highlights the tightrope that rescue workers have to walk when distress calls of help are made. The travails of organisations such as Shakti Vahini, which work against human trafficking, are well-documented.
Done with the glitz and glamour of big cities, an increasing number of professionals today are opting to move back to their hometowns to live and work. We profile some people who have traded the large paycheck of a metro for