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Has the Dream Run For Indian IT Ended

The Asian Crisis of 1997, the dot-com bubble burst of 2001 and the economic crisis of 2008 were all trying times. Each time, the industry managed to bounce back. So what is different this time around?

Can an Ethnic Beverage Brand Challenge Coca-Cola in India

Paper Boat, a fledgling Indian brand from Bangalore-based Hector Beverages, is aiming to hold its own in the country against global giants like Coca-Cola and PepsiCo.

What if Computers Become Smarter Than Humans

The main driver of exponential change in the world is Artificial Intelligence

Demonetization in India: Who Will Pay The Price?

There are also questions over whether the “masterstroke” is masterful enough.

India’s Educational Challenge

Leveraging technology to meet India’s technology challenge.

India's Ed Tech Start Ups Opportunities And Challenges

The startups are finding out that doing business is not as simple as learning ABC.

India’s New Bankruptcy Law A Gamechanger

Indians can finally go legally broke. With the passage of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Bill by both Houses of Parliament in May, a set of at least 12 archaic pieces of legislation — has been consigned to the history books.

India’s Smart Cities

The objective of India’s smart cities program is “to promote cities that provide core infrastructure and give a decent quality of life to its citizens, a clean and sustainable environment and application of ‘smart’ solutions.

A Budget for Rural Growth

Rectifying some egregious anomalies may be good not only from a fiscal and welfare perspective, but also from a political economy welfare perspective, lending credibility to other market-oriented reforms.

Netflix in India: Will it be a Blockbuster

Netflix will need to grapple with its strategy — whether to be a mass or niche player.

Behind the Music

How the Swedish hit factory took over your playlist.

Year The Earth Stood Still

In important respects, the relationship among China, India and Pakistan is more threatening today than it was then, because all three now have nuclear weapons.

Despite Stalled Reforms in 2016 India Remains Oasis of Opportunity

Amidst a scenario of global slowdown, the Indian economy today looks like an oasis of opportunity.

Will the Bihar Loss Derail India’s Economic Reforms

It is not as though the BJP has become bogged down in this house cleaning to forget about its economic reforms initiative.

How Emerging Multinationals Are Embracing Social Responsibility

Mounting and sustaining social initiatives takes time, talent and resources.

Modi’s Small Steps May Add Up

The country has jumped 16 places in the World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Competitiveness Report 2015-16.

What Urban Design Reveals about Economic Development

The geographical shape of an urban area is key to understanding its economic development.

Will India’s New Focus on Financial Inclusion Pay Off

This is the first time in the history of India’s banking sector that the RBI is giving out differentiated licenses for specific activities.

Turbulence in the Skies: Indian Aviation Takes New Flight

Today’s aviation industry suffers from a “bullwhip effect.

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