The Ultra Mega Power Projects, the New Exploration Licensing Policy, the National Highways Development Project and the SEZ policy were all expected to change the face of the nation.
As the 2014 general election nears, Google Hangouts is proving especially popular Indian politicians of all hues are taking to new media because the general election is less than a year away. A report by IRIS Knowledge Foundation and The Internet and Mobile Association of India released in April expects social media to play a big role in the 2014 elections.
Venture capital model gains traction in Shariah financing With Islamic banking nowhere on the horizon, Shariah-compliant funds look promising considering they can also attract
funding from charitable institutions such as the Wakf Boards. But, it needs to observed what kind of returns they can generate in the long run.
Three start-ups that are making a big difference to Indian farming A new generation of start-ups has developed a host of agricultural tech products such as livestock disease diagnostic kits and compact cotton spinning machines to make farming easier, safer and more efficient.
Indigenously designed device can make a big difference to TV viewing A media player designed indigenously by Lukeup can make consumption of TV content and the Internet easier, and more fun. If the start-up can pull it off, it will become a great testament to India's nascent hardware product story.
Children of industry stalwarts who have chosen to work with the underprivileged We profile some of the children of industry stalwarts who have gone beyond the conventional corporate career they were pre-ordained
for, to either work for the underprivileged or for a better environment.
The cloud could fill the gaps in India's education sector The cloud could be the wonder pill for what ails Indian education, but
its adoption is hampered by costs and poor last-mile connectivity. Its widespread implementation can change the academic landscape.
RBI risks its credibility to save the falling rupee RBI pushes up interest rates to protect the rupee but tries to sidestep the consequences. With the rupee moving largely in one direction, the RBI seemed to
believe this was a low risk opportunity exploited by the financial
Mauritius provided a perfect setting for the international leg of BT Pro-Am of Champions The picturesque Belle Mare Plage in Mauritius provided a perfect setting for the international leg of BT Pro-Am of Champions.