The article rethinks the credibility of the emerging professional workforce in the India which rising as a global giant on a fast pace.
The regulations India's trade sector would have to impose, in the context of allowing FDI from Pakistan.
Allegedly, the crisis that Kingfisher Airlines is undergoing is just a stunt to manipulate the government into permitting FDI in aviation.
This article talks about Facebook's recent acquisition of Instagram, the larger motive behind it and the race to a monopoly.
An article on how consumers are increasingly getting swayed by commodities in the market, and how fetishism is taking over.
Discusses the various flaws and obstacles to India's functioning as a government and whether it is really emerging as a developed nation.
The article analyses the nature and significance of Indian export sector while looking into its prospects in 2012.
Kingfisher, along with the portals such as makemytrip.com, yatra.com and goibibo.com, has devised a plan to employ the business strategy of Opaque Fares. This has been put to exercise since last November.
The article is an interesting insight about the increasingly consumerist nature of the Indian economy. The writer goes on to identify the neo-Indian consumer while tracing the expanding the market and scope of vending machines in India.
In order to obtain additional revenues, the finance minister Pranab Mukherjee announced a raise in the service tax from 10% to 12% in the Budget for 2012. This hike in the tax service tax rate has made the services in India more expensive.
Dr. Manmohan Singh drafted the new economic reforms in 1991, bringing globalisation and saving a tattered Indian economy from ruins.
A young Pakistani's view on how improving trade relations between India and Pakistan is an important step towards establishing cooperation between the two countries.
One of the primary goals of a taxation regime is always avoidance of â€œcascading-effectâ€ of the incident taxes as it adds to the deadweight loss i.e. slump in total surplus of supply chain consisting of supplier, manufacturer, retailer and consumer.
The current trends in the job sector, including factors like changing work techniques and employment recruitment as well as trends in technology in the workplace.
Started as a military network to share classified information, the internet today is anything but classified, and a great way to make a lot of money. Here is how.
A recent interview with the small grocery shop-owner round the corner of my house gave me a common manâ€™s perspective of the impending doom for him and similar shop-owners all around India, especially the metros and the upcoming cities.