The Reserve Bank has warned its fight against inflation will remain
ineffective unless the government fixes the fiscal situation.
RBI Governor Duvvuri Subbarao rebuts his critics on rate hike In an interview with Associate Editor Puja Mehra soon after announcing
the annual monetary policy on May 3, RBI Governor Duvvuri Subbarao rebutted his critics and
said that, looking back, he would not have done anything differently.
Treating brain tumour with a nanotech-based drug delivery system A nanotech-based drug delivery system holds the promise of more effective brain tumour treatment.
Asia MotorWorks make a mark with a well-thought strategy Large-scale outsourcing, combined with close monitoring of quality, enables Anirudh Bhuwalka's Asia MotorWorks to make a mark.
RBI penalises top banks that sold exotic forex products The RBI penalises top banks which sold exotic forex products to consumers who did not understand them.
Surge in prices transforms cotton farmers' lives A surge in prices has transformed cotton farmers' lives, helped by Bt Cotton in no small measure.
The biggest challenges for entrepreneurs on start-ups Scaling up, or taking a start-up to the next level, is one of the
biggest challenges for entrepreneurs. The first hurdle that can hold
them back is complacency.
How to sell innovations for a successful start-up Innovation on its own does not guarantee success. Only after it has been
sold to customers and stakeholders can it be called successful.
Master 'entrepreneurship' for a great start-up An entrepreneurship course should teach two fundamental skills: how to
own the roadmap even if you do not own the business. Even if you are an
employee in a company, you can perform and ideate as if it was your own
'B-schools should help new entrepreneurs' The process of registering and getting various other
permissions to embark on a start-up is still so slow and full of
corrupt intermediaries that many budding entrepreneurs run out of
patience and give up.
providing sufficient incentives for a start-up Young people can go a long way in fostering their potential provided they get sufficient incentives to start off.
Experts list out what troubles Indian entrepreneurs In World Bank's global index of 'Ease of Doing
Business', India ranks 133 out of
183 countries. Five experts discuss the problems Indian entrepreneurs face and what can be done to reduce them.
Bollywood catching up on VFX technique More and more Indian films are turning to the computer to create their most spectacular scenes.
KV Kamath says Infosys is a positively aggressive company K.V. Kamath, the newly named chairman of Infosys, tells Business Today in an interview that three new executive directors are coming on board from the internal slate.Listen to K.V.Kamath's interview
Infosys appoints KV Kamath as new chairman. Is more change in store? A new chairman, a new board, a new name, but the old order at Infosys is unlikely to be shaken. Here's why. Read the interview
Domino's to provide a fresh array of tasty bites Having conquered the pizza market, Domino's has tied up with Dunkin' Donuts, one of the biggest baked foods and coffee retailers in the United States, to prepare and sell its products in this country, particularly those on the breakfast menu.
Moser Baer bets big on solar energy With its core business slipping, Moser Baer, the world's second-largest
optical disc manufacturer, invests heavily in solar energy.
Direction and leadership are both lacking UPA-II Both direction and leadership are lacking in the present government, which is
facing a new crisis every day - from the 2G scam to the Lokpal Bill. We round up all that these ministers have been up to in the first 100 days
in their new offices.