Manmohan Singh's Myanmar visit will improve economic ties, says Akash Banerjee, who travelled with him to Naypyidaw.
Does Google offer advertisers a better return on investment than Facebook? Comparisons are being drawn between Facebook and Google, although one is a search engine and the other a social network. As things stand, Google is far ahead in the race for advertising revenues. In 2011, its total advertising revenues stood at $36.5 billion, over ten times more than Facebook's $3.1 billion.
Reasons for persistently high food inflation The reasons for the persistently high food inflation of the last few
years have been much debated. Many ascribe it to the rising incomes of
Indians, which is leading to greater consumption and pushing up prices.
Inadequate whistle-blowing policies hindrance to checking corporate fraud Perhaps one of the biggest deterrents to whistleblowing about corruption in Indian companies is the fact that
current laws do not guarantee protection of the whistle-blower's
Review: Samsung SIII and Sony A77 The SIII pips other Android phones with its 1.4 GHz quad-core processor which has a 1GB RAM, and some intelligent features.
How different things work Space missions are no longer the preserve of governments. On May 22, for
the first time, a private company launched a spacecraft, which docked
at the International Space Station three days, six hours, 11 minutes and
23 seconds later.
Kolkata Knight Riders CEO Venky Mysore on team's success in IPL Venky Mysore, CEO and Managing Director of Kolkata Knight Riders Sports
and Leisure Pvt Ltd, speaks about his team's recent
victory in the fifth edition of the IPL, the challenges of building a
successful team and the tough decisions he had to take after coming on
Petrol price hike: Who said what The hike will further widen the gap between petrol and diesel cars.
Something needs to be done to balance the demand for both types of
vehicles, says R.C. Bhargava, Chairman, Maruti Suzuki, to CNBC-TV18
Petrol price hikes won't help cut subsidy burden much Petrol does not account for more than 10 per cent of the total fuel consumption in India. The big question is over how the government plans to deal with the prices of diesel, LPG and kerosene, which it controls.
White Paper on black money falls short on several counts The white paper spells out the government's options and strategies to curb the problem, but makes no startling revelations or radical suggestions.