The government's attempt at finally paving the way for FDI in multi brand retail would go some way in dispelling its â€œpseudo-reformistâ€ attitude.
The future of mobile technology is very bright in India. Moving beyond the technology. If India wants to shine, then we hope that becomes known for bringing the next G to the world and not just a scam associated with 2G.
Couchsurfing.org was born when one of the founders, Casey Fenton, was travelling to Iceland but had no place to stay. So, he e-mailed 1500 random Icelandic students in Reykjavik asking them if he could crash at their places.
Kingfisher airlines announced that they did not have enough cash flow for their day to day operations. They have been forced to cancel various flights over the last few weeks.
Anupam Dabral says " in USA the history of fraud and greed has been centuries old." He tells us about some of the biggest scams at Wall Street, United States.
The Economy is developing but Indians are poor, India is having bumper crop but the kids are dying of malnutrition. Where are we heading? - questions Mukul Jindal.
Undeniable is the fact that a stable strategic relationship between India and China is integral to our future growth prospects as a rapidly emerging economy.
Disinvestment has always been an â€œelusive targetâ€ as successive Governments have struggled to formulate a balanced strategy mix to accomplish the same over a protracted period of time.
A few years down the line shopping in multi-brand stores will be a complete different experience with the development of RFID. Yeshu Aggarwal gives an insight into this technology.
Treading on the Tight (EU)rope: The Dangers of â€œFinancial Contagionâ€ and the Need for Decisive Action
The European nation of Greece may have marginally improved its economic performance over the last quarter, but is still far from fulfilling its deficit targets.
Intern Ankit Jain gives an in-depth analysis of the present scenario of THE IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRY IN INDIA and the future prospects of the industry.
Is e-commerce leading to lesser middlemen in the industry? Are middle men no more important? Jayashrita finds out the importance of have a middle man both for consumers and producers.
The Indian Retail sector has witnessed a gradual albeit steady metamorphosis over the last decade alone. Despite the myriad advances over the years, the sector continues to remain highly fragmented; still primarily dominated by the unorganized segment â€“ the quintessential traditional family run stores.
E-commerce refers to buying and selling of goods using World Wide Web. However e-commerce has more to it than meets the eye. Intern Ritika Chawla takes a look at the changing face of market with the advent of the concept of e-commerce in India.
Since the 1990's the word 'neoliberalism' has been used for global market-liberalism ('capitalism') and for free-trade policies. In this sense, it is widely used in the West. 'Neoliberalism' is often used interchangeably with 'globalisation'.
This article is about the drawbacks of Mobile Number Portability in India. The writer Amritapa Basu tries to analyse the reasons for its failure and the problems that the consumers are facing with the service.