Pre-GST panic mode prompts retailers to hold grand sales, offer big discounts, triggering shopping spree
Apps on your phone play data pirates to sweep all your info for the sake of corporates
Shadowed by new oil fads and bad publicity in the past, coconut oil makes a dashing re-entry
The Baleno RS is a belated attempt at doing justice to the name of Maruti, the son of the wind god
Imported medical devices are often indispensable. But 1,000 % mark-ups in prices? Hospitals, traders and doctors are playing a fast, smooth game, pushing patients towards financial ruin. Will the government ever wake up to these immoral medical practices?
The Praful Patel years, which all but grounded AI, come under the lens just as privatisation looms
Snapdeal, a sinking ship, will soon be bought over by Flipkart, but only for the sake of investors, not assets
A wave of economic optimism is making the sensex soar to new heights. BSE index is looking at 35,000.
In Mumbai’s glitzy-grimy mill areas, a pro-poor housing policy hopes to keep pace with ‘development’
New engineering colleges and NEET face trying times in this crucial year for students
India needs innovation and intervention across disciplines to be future-ready
Their finances are weak, but not the resolve. The tenacious fisherfolk sense their aims achievable.
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Lured by food’s media valorisation, wannabe chefs are clogging the doors of culinary schools
Liberal parents have let their children choose arts. That alone isn’t a saviour.
Engineering degrees are much sought-after, but quality-control is still a big challenge
A glut of poor-quality students has dimmed the engineering scene across Tamil Nadu
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A few women have made it big in the once exclusively male domain of corporate law
NEET popped up issues this time too. Is the exam proving to be a disaster than failure?
Private film institutes in Tamil Nadu are grooming students for hands-on cinema
Sixty years ago, Sheuli Majumdar put up a fight to become one of India’s first professional woman translators
But where do Indian professional colleges stand at the global level?
Incubators attached to top institutions are giving innovation an entrepreneurial spin
Only a comprehensive improvement in tertiary education can fuel India’s growth
Top cricketers are giving back a portion of their riches towards building a more equal society
A recent income-tax search hasn’t shaken Karti or PC. Rivals claim the duo is in real trouble this time.
50K job loss is the biggest ever in Indian IT Inc, but it could be just the winds of change blowing right in.
The IT sector continues to grow. Only the jobs not needed anymore are being weeded out.
Hugely excess tur dal production has deepened the Maharashtra farmers’ distress ahead of new season
The Ducati takeover could give wings to Siddhartha Lal’s heady ride with Royal Enfield
The PM backs the proposal of making generic drugs mandatory for prescription. But it’s an uphill task.
In a country not comfortable with its own genes, fairness creams sell a lie to pander to a deep-seated self-loathing
Growth has slowed down for Indian IT companies. They will need to adapt quickly.
It’s aimed high. But will stronger regional air connectivity actually work?