Thinkers who best explain a rapidly-changing India to the world (and the world to India)
Will even the remotest village have demand for, and access to, internet connections by 2020?
India's most impactful labour reform has nothing to do with the ability to fire employees
Two things that can change in health care: The way we deal with mortality, and the way we treat pain. Extracts from an interview with Atul Gawande
In his book Sahara: The Untold Story author Tamal Bandyopadhyay explains the intricate innards of the company. An extract:
The master's works on the Indian civilisation, commissioned by the Mittal family, goes on view at London's V&A
CEOs find various ways to beat the stress and unwind: Some go on holidays, others indulge in shopping; many shop at airports to cope with travel stress. Four heads of companies talk of their latest splurge