October 17, 2019
the fully loaded magazine
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The Next Wave
Can Indian IT firms manage to move up the software value chain?
Aug 07, 2006
Kickstartup Once More
It's raining money for Indian start-ups as global VCs sign on for a stake in the next big idea
Apr 24, 2006
In the emerging software landscape, only the frontliners are coping. Others have to realign or perish.
Nov 08, 2004
Momma, See My Wisdom Tooth
The bees do it, the birds do it. But bringing up metrosexual parents today is not that simple.
Jun 14, 2004
Our Very Own G-4
The '90s liberalisation wave, new focuses help get these four industry giants into the billion-dollar club.
May 10, 2004
Suveen K. Sinha
Other Side Of Midnight
Lower costs plus talent favour India right now. But China, Russia and the Philippines are closing in fast.
Nov 17, 2003
Indian shores, with a large pool of willing talent, are hot destinations for TNCs wishing to outsource. Could it be bigger than the software boom?
Nov 17, 2003
Squeeze Me Another, Sam
It's liquid energy. And all of India is going with the flow.
Sep 01, 2003
Pramila N. Phatarphekar
His Macho Highness
Some brawnie points for our man, the first to infiltrate the big, bulging meatshop of entertainment wrestling
Aug 11, 2003
Dr Rajesh Sharma
Head of the Paediatric Cardio Thoracic Unit of Bangalore’s Narayana Hrudayalaya on his celebrity patient Noor Fatima and his newfound fame
Aug 04, 2003
An Equal Prayer
Noor Fatima's heart is definitely not a lonely hunter. Host Bangalore and its highly capable doctors ensure that.
Jul 28, 2003
The Sweet 'n Sour Chimney Broth
Chinese dumping has stung India, yet it sees China as a potential ally
Jun 30, 2003
Flamboyant biscuit king Sunil Alagh gets the sack as Nusli Wadia sours the line with French sugar daddies
Jun 30, 2003
Finger Lickin' Good
The food business is in full flavour, tickling Indian taste buds and keeping the cash tills jingling like never before
Jun 09, 2003
Ashis K. Biswas
The Great Indian Workout
Jobs are for the asking in the sunrise industry. As for striking out on your own, the time is as good as any.
Mar 17, 2003
Bad Graha Bad Artha
The case of Polaris CEO Arun Jain's detention in Indonesia makes the risks associated with India's exploration of new software markets painfully apparent. Will our damage control models work in this global turbulence?
Dec 30, 2002
These kisans plough their fields with a painter's panache and their diet isn't staple. Their farms are sites for gastronomic tourism.
Dec 16, 2002
Pramila N. Phatarphekar
Boyz II Men II: Wheat & Chaff
Yes, the biggies have delivered. But a caveat—the sector as a whole is a mixed bag.
Nov 04, 2002
No Middle Ground
An all-round decline in financial security means the bourgeois disenchantment with the NDA government is complete
Sep 23, 2002
It's not just computers that are networked. B-schools too thrive on it.
Sep 09, 2002
INX Media Case: Delhi Court Allows ED To Quiz Chidambaram Till Oct 24
BSF Jawan Killed By Bangladeshi Troops Along West Bengal Border
'Maharashtra Worst Hit By Slowdown': Manmohan Singh Sounds Alarm On Economy
Need Ayodhya Settlement, Not Judgement: Sunni Waqf Board
ED Has Papers With Praful Patel And Mirchi's Wife's Signatures: Piyush Goyal
Rape Survivors Experience Health Problems For Years After Traumatic Episode
Everything Is ‘Normal’ In The Wonderland That Is Kashmir
Blaming BJP For Rot Within Won’t Help Congress
Jadavpur Fracas Godsend For BJP, It Is Set To Crack Open Left's Citadel
Aurat ka Dal, and 99 Other Reasons Why Not to Impose Hindi
From Cambodian Polls To Broken Heart Syndrome, Valley Newspapers Carry Everything But Kashmir
Bihar Man Jumps Inside Lion Enclosure In Delhi Zoo, Rescued
History Will Take Note Of Those Who Ridiculed Article 370 Abrogation: PM Modi
'Bharat Ratna For Godse': Congress' Dig At BJP For Demanding Bharat Ratna For Savarkar
'There Is No Better Place For Investors Except India': Nirmala Sitharaman
Despite Court Directive, No Move By KCR Government To End TSRTC Strike
'There Is A Need To Rewrite History From India's Point Of View', Says Amit Shah
Democracy In Danger Under BJP, Public Must Ask What They Have Done For Them: Ashok Gehlot
Dhoni's International Career To Be Reviewed By Ganguly. Is The End Near?
Fake Bazaar! From Lipsticks To Toothpastes, Noodles To Milk, Counterfeit Products Make A Killing
BCCI And The Big Family Drama - Craze For Power Overrides Ethics, Rules
Portrait Of A Cyanide Killer: How Kerala's Jolly Killed Six Family Members Meal By Meal
In Gabbar's Land Why 'Doodh Pi Ke So Jaana' Can Be Deadly
M-S-D: Three Musketeers Who Engineered Kashmir's Bloodless Coup, But Are Their Plans Sustainable?
Death By Debt: Indian Businesses Are Devastated, Tax Terror Adds To Woes
Spilling The Beans: How Murky Was Cafe Coffee Day Founder VG Siddartha's Death
Kashmir Fireworks Incite Separatist Voices In Tamil Nadu, Will It Sully BJP's Image?