In a pulses-importing country, a bumper crop brings little cheer to those who cultivate pulses. Here’s why.
“Sit back and enjoy the drive.” That’s the message autonomous technology has for today’s driver.
They were to inherit the earth. Start-ups, the playfield of the young and the restless, have had a hard reality check. What gives?
Humans, prophets or pedestrians, have always had followers. The social media age offers dummy followers at a price. And there’s a profit too.
Jio’s entry has shaken up Indian telecom, forcing other players to opt for mergers to stay in the game
It is a miracle worked by the Bureau of Indian Standards that turns spirit made of molasses—plain desi daru—into whisky, rum and brandy with a lot of added colour and flavour
Stingier customers, a digital shift, Brexit and an H-1B scare have slashed IT profits. But leading Indian firms have caught sight of a smarter path.
Lured in by huge incentives initially, radio taxi drivers feel betrayed by their companies
No more top-down, India’s official fight against poverty now speaks a new global language to address local issues
Infosys, once India’s IT pride, has been slowly losing its sheen. Has managing director Vishal Sikka not been able to steer the ship as ably as N.R. Narayana Murthy?
Aadhaar biometrics will now enable cashless shopping sans card and smartphone. A look at the hopes and fears.
Poor rains can take the juice out of business in pineapple’s Indian homestead this season
Bracketed between demonetisation and GST, Jaitley finds an occasion to quietly focus his lens on rural India. Shoring up the fundamentals there may need more big ideas, though.
Most Indian patients can’t afford stents as they are sold at 1,000 per cent above costs
The field is set for the rural economy to benefit from a slew of schemes. What is the harvest anticipated?
It’s not the duty of citizens to suffer the ‘live-testing’ of policies
The budget may bring about tax incentives for the public as well as the corporates
Success, discipline, ambition; stacked as a community’s will
Contrary to government claims, workers and farmers are bearing the brunt of the crash crunch
TCS’s miracle man, Natarajan Chandrasekaran, is the new chairman of Tata Sons