#LikeABoss: Rural India plugged in, now HUL's Kan Khajura looks at bringing other brands on board
HUL wowed award juries and rivals alike by creating the Kan Khajura Tesan, a mobile-based radio station for rural India, heavily underwritten by advertising.
Sonakshi Sinha co-owns team in World Kabaddi League
'Dabangg' star Sonakshi has bought the United Singhs team alongwith The Hayre Group of UK...
IIT-Delhi to mentor 45 women entrepreneurs from across the country
V Ramgopal Rao, director, IIT-Delhi, said that "in spite of the fact that ...
We have forced MNCs to reduce price: Baba Ramdev
“Babaji ke ad ko itna kyon chala rahe ho (Why are you running Ramdev’s campaign so much)” was what they were asked by MNC brands.
How HR heads are increasingly engaging in ‘fun’ activities with Gen Y to retain talent
Engaging with Gen Y calls for a paradigm shift (guess that’s one jargon he couldn’t avoid) in approach and HR programmes.
Golf-European Tour Mauritius Open scores
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Irom Sharmila ends fast to contest election, attacks Prime minister
Doctors removed the nasal feed tube from Sharmila, who has been on fast unto death since 2000 to protest the imposition of the draconian Armed Forces.
How Baba Ramdev has built a Rs 2,000 crore ayurvedic FMCG empire & plans to take on multinational giants
According to filings with the registrar of companies (RoC), Patanjali Ayurved clocked Rs 1,200 crore in revenues in fiscal year 2014.
World Kabaddi League organisers targeting Rs 100 crore turnover in first year
The sporting event, launched to promote the traditional Indian game of ‘kabaddi’, will be played across four continents between August and December this year.
Lok Sabha polls 2014: BJP's Parvesh uses tech to connect
Though Verma is canvassing in all 10 assembly seats falling under West Delhi, it is not feasible to visit every colony, block or cluster, said Rajiv Babbar.
Kabaddi goes international with World Kabbadi League
Kabaddi is all set to make waves across three continents with the first-of-its-kind World Kabaddi League kickstarting in London tomorrow.
Searing image of Kashmir post Burhan Wani is pellet-scarred faces of people
Pellet guns were first used in 2010 when protests engulfed Kashmir. The then National Conference (NC) government led by Omar Abdullah allowed pellet guns to be used for controlling furious mobs.
Here's why Singapore is truly a paradise for food lovers
With a wide variety of food joints to choose from in every nook and corner, Singapore is truly a paradise for food lovers.
‘Banning free speech greater insult to Bharat than Bharat Ratna jokes': Aseem Trivedi
It’s a clash of two professions-comedian whose work is exploring new mediums for humour and politician whose work is to make a joke using identity politics and threats.
A green candle to cut pollution
Now, a ‘green candle’ that does not pollute. A Punjab-based company, the country’s largest producer, processor and exporter of honey, will soon launch candles from bee wax, a byproduct for bee-keepers.
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