Nokia is fighting really hard to stage a comeback to the Indian market. First a deal with Microsoft and then a slew of product launches, including the Windows based Lumia, Nokia is pulling every string to bring back those good ol’ days. But can it? By Anirudh Raheja
E-commerce’s fight against brick-and-mortar format is public enough. Especially with the rise in count of web-shoppers in India, dotcom outlets are fast becoming common nouns. But there is much left to overcome before they start making money By Bachan Thakur
Five months into his tenure at Apple, Tim Cook invited a select group of Apple’s shareholders at the company’s conference center at 4 Infinite Loop building. The idea was to get those investors to understand the company and its new CEO better.
While growth in the mass passenger car segment has stalled, the luxury segment has been racing ahead. India’s rising numbers of millionaires and well-heeled young professionals are driving this trend even as luxury car makers are creating new segments to generate demand and excitement. By Deepanshu Taumar
Going by how matters have been in the past year, there is little hope that India’s auto industry will grow beyond the single-digit mark in FY2013-14, even if macroeconomic indicators and economic sentiments improve substantially. By sutanu guru
India’s ambitious highway development programme lies in a shambles. With major developers pulling out of projects and a few takers due to severe liquidity crunch, the lifeline for India’s economic development is on life support. By Parimal Peeyush
About 95% by volume and 70% by value of the country’s international trade is carried on through maritime transport.
Our Moon Has Blood Clots by journalist Rahul Pandita is not a mere personal memoir that begins when he, as a 14-year-old, was forced to leave Srinagar amid shrill cries for azadi the Kashmir Valley.
After growing at a robust clip over the past decade, the telecom sector ran into a wall of problems – from weak financials of operators to regulatory bottlenecks. As a result, the industry’s buoyancy and energy seems to have dissipated. But data services present new opportunities that could bring life back into the game Anirudh Raheja
India’s aviation sector will need additional airports, given that passenger footfall is set to rise to 269 million by 2017 (360 million domestic and 90 million international) and 450 million by 2020 from the current 162 million (2011-12; as per CAPA).
Things were quite straightforward way back in 1994, when German luxury car maker Mercedes entered India to enjoy the first mover advantage and tap the small, but growing, affluent class in the country.
Cyber crime in India is growing dangerously and assuming alarming proportions. If the government, society and public sector does not present a unified and coordinated solution, we just might lose the plot and the cyber crime war completely. By anirudh raheja
Back in the early nineties, the government of India began to look at floriculture as a possible export option for the country. Floriculture had a lot of potential as it did not have a lot of constraints that is faced by agriculture in the country.
The commercial and residential sectors constitute the major markets for the real estate industry in India.
Rohit Mathur, one of the few thousands of teenage college-goers in the small tier III town of Bikaner (Rajasthan), in the past three months, he has ordered for himself an Angry Birds labelled tee from Myntra.com, a pair of Puma floaters from Jabong.com, and a pair of Red Tape boots from Bestylish.com.