Actor Urmila Matondkar has brought life to her electoral campaign as she contests for the Congress from Mumbai North with the promise to deliver
As political chatter sees a surge of traffic on social media, satire-themed pages say they will continue to fight misinformation even after the polls
The first wave of internet businesses may have belonged to America, but China's startups and investors are now leading the wave to dominate the mobile internet in developing markets. What does this mean for India?
Co-founder and chief strategy officer Nathan Blecharczyk says the homestay major wants to build a thriving business on the back of its distinctiveness, and not on discounts and offers
Paddy Upton, head coach of Rajasthan Royals and part of the coaching staff of the 2011 World Cup-winning Indian team, discusses the evolution of modern leadership
In just a decade, Andreessen Horowitz has backed a bevy of startup blockbusters—Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Airbnb, Lyft, Skype, Slack—and made just as many Silicon Valley enemies. To stay ahead, it's taking the unusual step of renouncing its venture capital status—and making even bigger, riskier bets