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Ten interesting things we read this week

Ten interesting things we read this week

Yash Raj Films opens its studios to vaccinate film fraternity

Yash Raj Films opens its studios to vaccinate film fraternity

How can businesses help India achieve net-zero target?

How can businesses help India achieve net-zero target?

Ten interesting things we read this week

Ten interesting things we read this week

  • Ather Energy in expansion mode: Cofounders Tarun Mehta, Swapnil Jain on 450X's early success and plans ahead

    Ather Energy in expansion mode: Cofounders Tarun Mehta, Swapnil Jain on 450X's early success and plans ahead

    The Ather 450X has caught the imagination of consumers looking for a high-performance, connected two-wheeler in India's fast-changing electric vehicle market. With a new factory, the success of the new scooter, and expansion into several cities this year, Bengaluru's Ather Energy is ready to move into serious production mode. 'Positive unit economics' have kicked in too, Ather's cofounders, CEO Tarun Mehta and CTO Swapnil Jain elaborate on everything going on at the EV maker

  • World No Tobacco Day 2021: 2/3rd of world's smoking population lives in 10 countries, India ranks second

    World No Tobacco Day 2021: 2/3rd of world's smoking population lives in 10 countries, India ranks second

    The World Health Organisation's (WHO) theme this year is 'Commit to Quit'. Nearly 60% of tobacco users around the world want to quit smoking, but only 30% of the global population have access to quality tobacco cessation services. This smoking population is concentrated in 10 countries and India ranks second behind China

  • Ten interesting things we read this week

    Ten interesting things we read this week

    Some of the most fascinating topics covered this week are: Business (Embracing Jeff Bezos' 'Scope'; Electric-car lesson that China is serving up for America), Technology (Using AI to catch online defamation; International phishing expedition looking to hook India's big fish), Covid (Did people or nature open Pandora's box at Wuhan?; BMC Commissioner on tackling oxygen shortage, vaccination tsunami and more), and Extreme Sports (The toughest, weirdest race you've never heard of).

  • Cyclone Yaas: Here's your essentials checklist

    Cyclone Yaas: Here's your essentials checklist

    From keeping masks and sanitisers handy to charging your phones, unplugging electrical devices and more, here's your essential checklist as Cyclone Yaas gears up to make landfall

  • Ten interesting things we read this week

    Ten interesting things we read this week

    Some of the most fascinating topics covered this week are: Business (Our work-from-anywhere future; All eyes on digital payments), E-learning (New playbook for customised learning), Economy (To fully understand the migrant worker crisis, we need a larger perspective; Fed isn't printing as much money as you think), Globalisation (What the West gets wrong about China) and Health (How long can we live?).

  • Busting the 'cheap' iPhone myth in India

    Busting the 'cheap' iPhone myth in India

    The world's biggest smartphone maker by value sells more premium iPhones than cheaper versions in India

  • What's keeping women away from the workforce? A new study finds out

    What's keeping women away from the workforce? A new study finds out

    The research paper by IWWAGE, released today, quantifies the factors contributing to the falling labour force participation of rural and urban women in India, while charting out ways to invest in gender-responsive economic recovery

  • Verified: Twitter to relaunch blue badge of honour

    Verified: Twitter to relaunch blue badge of honour

    After a hiatus of more than three years, Twitter is once again accepting public submissions to get the coveted blue tick

  • Ten interesting things we read this week

    Ten interesting things we read this week

    Some of the most fascinating topics covered this week are: Personal Finance (Money lessons woman finance leaders and their moms learnt from each other), Business (What's next for the most important company in Kazakhstan; What can we learn from listed vaccine makers), Productivity (Puzzling psychology of procrastination and how to stop it), Parenting (7 habits to raise successful kids) and Lifestyle (Amit Sheth on Breaking Barriers).

  • Paytm's Vijay Shekhar Sharma: Dream of building a global Indian company energises during the harsh reality of Covid

    Paytm's Vijay Shekhar Sharma: Dream of building a global Indian company energises during the harsh reality of Covid

    Paytm's 42-year old founder, billionaire Vijay Shekhar Sharma spoke to Forbes India recently about his plans to get to breakeven and make his company a one-stop-shop for every financial need of millions of consumers and merchants in India. He spoke about coping with the harsh reality of Covid, how his venture has changed over the last few years, the need for experienced people, the aspiration for a publicly listed global Indian company and how he stays motivated. Here are edited excerpts from the interview

  • Ten interesting things we read this week

    Ten interesting things we read this week

    Some of the most fascinating topics covered this week are: Business (Importance of useless knowledge in business), Investing (Approaching investing amidst the second wave in India), Technology (The Big Tech battle over privacy), Mental Health (Laws of emotional mastery) and Sports (Effects of endurance exercise on the heart)