The Covid-19 pandemic is not the first infection in the past two decades to spur disruption—the SARS outbreak in China in 2002 spurred its internet economy and saw Jack Ma grabbing the opportunity with both hands. Now, coronavirus may have provided a once-in-a-lifetime launchpad for Indian companies
This fortnight's three-cover celeb special is as much a celebration of the stars that glitter on Southern screens as it is a salutation of the OTT trend that has gripped much of India.
Freshworks' recent listing has its founder Girish Mathrubhootham convinced India can command its place on the global map as a product nation, editor Brian Carvalho writes. That, and a glimpse into our annual luxury issue
Rajesh Gopinathan is busy building an agile, optimised-for-business-value enterprise that can associate value with the complexity of a problem, not the elegance of the solution
From the onset of independence, India is a moving picture of individual action opening new frontiers in industrialisation, innovation and entrepreneurship--and our cover story this week on Sanjeev Bikhchandani is a wonderful metaphor for freedom of entrepreneurship and innovation
In this special issue on AI, we take stock of a technology that has far ranging impact from healthcare to education and agriculture to manufacturing
Innovation and entrepreneurship to solve India's pressing problems are core to Forbes India, and this Special Issue on health (and healthtech) delves into areas that are both immediate and futuristic