India has some of world’s top IT marketing brains. It’s time the industry put them to use, writes R Srinivasan.
According to the World Bank, state development projects displace 10 million people every year and generally fail to resettle them at a better or even equal living standard, reports Renuka Bisht.
You may as well learn to accept that there are some things too special for the rest of us to want to waste them on you, says Shashi Tharoor on cricket.
India was almost on the verge of China-style growth when the Inflation Monster reared its ugly head, writes N Madhavan.
For the CPM-ruled state, setting up industrial zones seems to be a perpetual problem, writes Narayanan Madhavan.
Indian markets are showing signs of buckling under pressure after the recent shake-up in Asian markets, writes Ashok Kumar.
I belong to a traditional Marwari joint family. Being the eldest son, I feel it is my responsibility to bind the whole family together.
Spectrum is our right as the citizens of this country. 3G is a necessity of our time, writes Puneet Mehrotra.
Television viewership of cricket has dropped and advertisers have scratched expensive campaigns, writes Ravi Srinivasan.
A change from past trends in earnings guidance could trigger a quick churn in portfolios at the institutional level, Vyas Mohan tells us more.
Small villages could become global centers of innovation and enterprise, writes Puneet Mehrotra.
The past couple weeks have seen plenty of heat and dust raised about special economic zones (SEZs) in India, writes Ravi Srinivasan.
Inappropriate management of credit card could put you in trouble, writes Vyas Mohan.
One country, one Govt, one indicator and one variable. Yet we have varying statistics, Ravi Srinivasan
To understand Google strategy, we need to understand Microsoft Office is a major cash cow for Microsoft, writes Puneet Mehrotra.