Business
The Bull Is Over ­The Moon
Business Magazine June 12, 2017
Stock Market
A wave of economic optimism is making the sensex soar to new heights. BSE index is looking at 35,000.
Looking Till The End Of The Line
Searching Son For Dad’s Dirt
Business Magazine May 29, 2017
I-T Raids
A recent income-tax search hasn’t shaken Karti or PC. Rivals claim the duo is in real trouble this time.
To Italy On A Bullet
Business Magazine May 22, 2017
Bike Business
The Ducati takeover could give wings to Siddhartha Lal’s heady ride with Royal Enfield
Needed: Pills For People
Business Magazine May 08, 2017
Medicine Woes
The PM backs the proposal of making generic drugs mandatory for prescription. But it’s an uphill task.
Ugly Fraud In Fairness Tube
Business Magazine May 01, 2017
Cover Story
In a country not comfortable with its own genes, fairness creams sell a lie to pander to a deep-seated self-loathing
Clouds Across Matrices
Business Magazine April 24, 2017
Aviation Reform
It’s aimed high. But will stronger regional air connectivity actually work?
Ambition Of The Vaulting Kind
Business Magazine April 17, 2017
Markets
The great Sensex spike is backed by reason, but grounded in hope. It might flatten out.
Selling Dark And Real Aspirations
Business Magazine April 10, 2017
Alt Ads
New media and the new consumers of India spark a change in hitherto ‘fair and lovely’ advertisements
Lead Beacons Atop The Temple
Business Magazine April 03, 2017
Essay
If there have been ten outstanding CEOs who lent a special shine to corporate India, here is my take. Each an institution in their right. I expect more icons to emerge in the future.
The Bull Is Over ­The Moon
Business Magazine June 12, 2017
A wave of economic optimism is making the sensex soar to new heights. BSE index is looking at 35,000.
Lured By The Sirens
Business Magazine June 12, 2017
In Mumbai’s glitzy-grimy mill areas, a pro-poor housing policy hopes to keep pace with ‘development’
Looking Till The End Of The Line
Business Magazine June 05, 2017
New engineering colleges and NEET face trying times in this crucial year for students
Short-term Pain Can Fix Most Fractures
Business Magazine June 05, 2017
India needs innovation and intervention across disciplines to be future-ready
Fighters Against Tempests
Business Magazine June 05, 2017
Their finances are weak, but not the resolve. The tenacious fisherfolk sense their aims achievable.
The C: Drive
Business Magazine June 05, 2017
As you make the big decision, we list essential readings, talks to give an insight...
A Cordon Bleu Butter Chicken
Business Magazine June 05, 2017
Lured by food’s media valorisation, wannabe chefs are clogging the doors of culinary schools
Big Data Meets The Dada Of Literature
Business Magazine June 05, 2017
Liberal parents have let their children choose arts. That alone isn’t a saviour.
Life Beyond The Drawing Board
Business Magazine June 05, 2017
Engineering degrees are much sought-after, but quality-control is still a big challenge
The Compass Is Veering Off Merit
Business Magazine June 05, 2017
A glut of poor-quality students has dimmed the engineering scene across Tamil Nadu
“Tech Graduates In India Have Zero Hands-On ­Experience”
Business Magazine June 05, 2017
Are the engineers employed in India today competent enough? IISc professor Dr Vinay Vishwanathan highlights the loopholes in engineering education suystem...
Men’s Chamber No More As She Opens The Doors
Business Magazine June 05, 2017
A few women have made it big in the once ­exclusively male domain of corporate law
This Test Is Only Getting Uglier
Business Magazine June 05, 2017
NEET popped up issues this time too. Is the exam proving to be a disaster than failure?
The Chennai Express Of  Film Schools
Business Magazine June 05, 2017
Private film institutes in Tamil Nadu are grooming students for hands-on cinema
Her Dream Sojourn In Manderley
Business Magazine June 05, 2017
Sixty years ago, Sheuli Majumdar put up a fight to become one of India’s first professional woman translators
The C: Drive
Business Magazine June 05, 2017
But where do Indian professional colleges stand at the global level?
Wombs For ­Profitable Ideas
Business Magazine June 05, 2017
Incubators attached to top institutions are giving innovation an entrepreneurial spin
Towards A College Degree Worth It
Business Magazine June 05, 2017
Only a comprehensive improvement in tertiary education can fuel India’s growth
Fielding At The Boundary Line
Business Magazine June 05, 2017
Top cricketers are giving back a portion of their riches towards building a more equal society
Searching Son For Dad’s Dirt
Business Magazine May 29, 2017
A recent income-tax search hasn’t shaken Karti or PC. Rivals claim the duo is in real trouble this time.
Code Red For Rookie Techies In Boom Town
Business Magazine May 29, 2017
50K job loss is the biggest ever in Indian IT Inc, but it could be just the winds of change blowing right in.
Go, Get A Masters To Get Hired
Business Magazine May 29, 2017
The IT sector continues to grow. Only the jobs not needed anymore are being weeded out.
Yellow Lentils Heap Up Blues
Business Magazine May 29, 2017
Hugely excess tur dal production has deepened the Maharashtra farmers’ distress ahead of new season
To Italy On A Bullet
Business Magazine May 22, 2017
The Ducati takeover could give wings to Siddhartha Lal’s heady ride with Royal Enfield
Needed: Pills For People
Business Magazine May 08, 2017
The PM backs the proposal of making generic drugs mandatory for prescription. But it’s an uphill task.
Ugly Fraud In Fairness Tube
Business Magazine May 01, 2017
In a country not comfortable with its own genes, fairness creams sell a lie to pander to a deep-seated self-loathing
Infotech Needs An Upgrade
Business Magazine May 01, 2017
Growth has slowed down for Indian IT companies. They will need to adapt quickly.
Clouds Across Matrices
Business Magazine April 24, 2017
It’s aimed high. But will stronger regional air connectivity actually work?
Ambition Of The Vaulting Kind
Business Magazine April 17, 2017
The great Sensex spike is backed by reason, but grounded in hope. It might flatten out.
Selling Dark And Real Aspirations
Business Magazine April 10, 2017
New media and the new consumers of India spark a change in hitherto ‘fair and lovely’ advertisements
Just Tap For A Lighter Purse
Business Magazine April 10, 2017
Demonetisation, a pushy Centre, cheap phone data and e-commerce have spiked the use of mobile wallets
Lead Beacons Atop The Temple
Business Magazine April 03, 2017
If there have been ten outstanding CEOs who lent a special shine to corporate India, here is my take. Each an institution in their right. I expect more icons to emerge in the future.
A Voyage That Was Seldom Calm
Business Magazine April 03, 2017
It was challenging to choose the top 50 CEOs in India by far. The list, we believe, includes all the key sectors that have contributed to the country’s growth in the past 25 years.
Greatness: A Composite Greater Than Numbers
Business Magazine April 03, 2017
Promoter-professional, public-private, past-present...how competing binaries were resolved in our quest for the final 50.
Dr Verghese Kurien (1921-2012) Amul
Business Magazine April 03, 2017
The astonishingly ­effective movement Kurien led changed the lives of millions of dairy farmers and took India from a milk-deficient nation to one of the world’s largest ­producers of milk.
Our Great Captains
Business Magazine April 03, 2017
Now, that we at Outlook have done the list of 50 all-time greats, we want to make it an annual feature to list out the 50 most important contemporary CEOs.
Business Magazine April 03, 2017
Don't let their age deceive you! These youngsters are stunning the world with their biz ideas....
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