ET GBS 2019: Smartphone revolution’s opening up high-growth opportunities for Indians
Having evolved at a swift pace, internet is also the birthplace of viral hoax messages and calls leading to mob violence and scams.
Kerala records 6% rise in tourist arrivals despite floods and Nipah virus scare
Kerala netted a record revenue of Rs 36,528.01 crore from the...
Volvo wants to lead EVs race in India
Volvo, which has already finalised plans to locally assemble plug-in hybrid vehicles, is now considerin...
'Unsolicited offer" of 20 pc discount on Eurofighter by EADS had 'factual inaccuracies': MoD to CAG
The rebate on the Eurofighter was proposed by its manufacturer in comparison to the 2007 UPA offer on the Rafale jets.
IIT Delhi launches PhD fellowship programme for foreign students
IIT Delhi is targeting to enroll 500 foreign students to its International PhD Fellowship Programme over next 5 years.
From a prized jewel to a fallen star: The collapse of RCom
The debt proved too daunting even for the ambitious Anil, once touted as the financial wizard of the combined Reliance Group.
View: ‘Minimum government, maximum governance’ is all well. But how big should GoI ideally be?
While the idea of ‘minimum government, maximum governance’ is very much needed in India. The focus must remain on maximising governance.
Mutual funds buy RIL, HDFC Bank, Page in Jan on earnings visibility
Fund managers are sticking to shares of companies that are market leaders in their sectors.
Nila Vikhe Patil: Advisor to Swedish PMO has a Maharashtra connection
Nila Vikhe Patil is the daughter of Balasaheb’s son Ashok, who heads the family’s ‘Pravara’ chain of educational institutions.
Practo, ClearTax among NYT-CB Insights 50 Startups that may be the next ‘Unicorns’
From providing cybersecurity, navigation apps, connecting patients to health care providers , self-driving semitrucks and more these startups are making a difference.
How many people pay income tax in India? Here's a glimpse
India has one of the worst ratio of taxpayers to voters, it needs more people filing taxes.
Not quite a crush, yet Ikea’s high on low-price volumes
Achillea told reporters that visitors have been fewer than estimated in the first six months of operations, but sales volume of low-priced items has been good.
Attention, ladies! Being stressed at work can lead to weight gain
Researchers have found that heavy pressure at work predisposes women to weight gain.
China blasts 'slander' against Huawei: Report
In an interview with Bloomberg, European Commission Vice-President Andrus Ansip said the EU was especially worried given China's National Intelligence Law, passed in 2017.