Measures: Industries are waking up to the reality of strain in resources; adopting sustainable business models, reports Neyaz Farooquee.
Indian audience appears to have added a new dimension to cinema watching. So much so, that the discerning audience that still loves Hindi movies laced with song and dance numbers is lapping up an extra pair of glasses and gleefully watching English movies in 3-D. Vivek Sinha
The annual cricketing extravaganza, the India domestic league, may be playing to packed stadiums, but it is unlikely to live up to its promise as a primetime television spectacle. Himani Chandna Gurtoo reports.
As long as you make proper disclosures and fill up the proposal form accurately, you should not worry. It's a fact that term insurance policies that are sold exclusively online have become much cheaper than their offline versions.
Something manufactured out of thin air suddenly becoming as ubiquitous as the US dollar? It might seem strange, but the idea of a digital currency is, well, gathering currency. Gagandeep Singh Sapra
reports. Is bitcoin the future of payments?
Young entrepreneurs are helping faceless, unorganised workers go corporate, offering you, the consumer, professional service in fields such as electrical repairs, plumbing, trash collection. Humaira Ansari reports.
She loves Carnatic music. She plays the veena in her spare time. Her friends and colleagues know her as a perfectionist. Meet Chitra Ramkrishna, 49, the new managing director and CEO of NSE, the world’s largest stock exchange in terms of trade volumes — and a quiet, self-effacing force in India’s economic reforms, Sachin Kumar writes.
In a country long defined by its poverty, it's easy now to find India's rich. They're at New Delhi's Emporio mall, where herds of chauffeur-driven Jaguars and Audis disgorge shoppers heading to the Louis Vuitton and Christian Louboutin stores.
The fast-growing wedding industry in India is witnessing big brand action at the top end of spending power as the wealthy pull out all stops to gift guests a memorable experience. Pooja Biraia
Being safe than sorry: Know the nuances of owning a card beforehand and save yourself from fraudulent activities. Vivina Vishwanathan
offers some tips.
It is that time of the year, when every taxpayer from the salaried class to high net-worth individuals, is on 'high-alert'. The simple formula is to file your tax returns, and breathe easy. And it is best done on time, writes Debobrat Ghose.
EU leaders reached an agreement with Cyprus on Monday that closes down it's second-largest bank and inflicts huge losses on wealthy savers. HT
takes a look. Cyprus bites its nails
Falling prices have prompted borrowers who took out loans secured against the yellow metal to break a cultural taboo and abandon their collateral.
There's a new wind blowing in Bollywood. The biggest production houses in India's prolific film industry have discovered a new hit formula, cashing in on the reach of television to squeeze additional revenues from blockbuster movies. Anita Sharan
The mass consumers’ willingness to buying small, low-priced branded product packs from paan and cigarette shops has brands devising a stronger presence at these outlets, writes Rachit Vats.