- Higher investments in R&D in solar manufacturing will help India compete with imported solar modules on both cost and technology in the long run.
Recalling the genius of Abraham-Louis Breguet, who first produced 'subscription watches' in 1796, the Tradition 7097 pays tribute to the mechanisms of that age. Featuring: Lamborghini Huracan, BeoVision Avant 85, Emporio Armani shades and more. The gift of time immortalised in Titan Nebula's Palace Collection is not a present, but a legacy.
The CEO of Apollo Munich Health Insurance speaks with BT More on his love for the game of golf. Stress would become a non-entity if you take life in the right perspective, says Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev of the Isha Foundation. BBC anchor Matthew Amroliwala gets candid on the challenges of balancing work, life and five children.
Vivanta by Taj inaugurates a new hotel in Dwarka, tailormade for the business traveller. Ibibo founder and CEO Ashish Kashyap shares tips on how to plan the best vacations. Time is luxury. Heathrow's VIP service makes every moment count as it completes your immigration in a jiffy.
Gastronomica, which is situated on the Satya Paul, Benetton side of the market attempts to create a destination restaurant. Depot 29 is for foodies and music-lovers alike The bar menu at LCH is quite simple and sophisticated but some of the dishes don't deliver. With cocktails to match and great service, this is the place to head to when you want a meal and drink that make you feel good about life. Rainforest Challenge founder Luis JA Wee on India's tryst with the joys of off-roading. The newest restaurant at the Dusit Devarana hotel in Delhi is modelled on Kai Mayfair, an establishment that finds favour with wealthy Indians when they travel overseas.
Who says great abs are only made in the gym? Fitness guru Rahul Dev reveals how you can sculpt the perfect physique without leaving the comfort of your den. If you are a busy executive who is always on the go, here are the top ways to stay cool this summer.
Games research company Newzoo forecasts that in 2015 mobile game revenues will zoom past those of console games for the first time.
Micromax has rewritten the rulebook by making an affordable 49-inch 4K LED TV. Huawei's Honor 6 Plus feels like a premium smartphone but is a little too expensive.
A bunch of new entrants is gaining a foothold in the Indian smartphone and TV markets.
With the big selfie revolution, there's no option but to look your best. Here's a primer on how to ace it. Paranda in Vivaanta by Taj, Surajkund, offers memories on a plate
A band of three entrepreneurs- Deepesh Agarwal, Akash Maheshwari and Anuvrata Arora is trying to cash in on the growing demand for employee transportation services. Food security and nutrition concerns are putting an ancient, climate-smart grain back on our plates. Farm to fork, there's been a revival of interest in millet. The acronym LED expands to light-emitting diode. In Andhra Pradesh, though, it translates into a 63 per cent reduction in peak-time power deficit. While Future Group has invested Rs 100 crore to spruce up its e-commerce strategy, Reliance promises 'convenience' with its online marketplace offering over 6,000 products.
An established fashion powerhouse, a rising fashion designer and a famous fashion stylist get together to give you the 10 must-haves in any man's closet. This summer, get down to the basics. Nakul Bajaj, CEO of India's members-only luxury portal Darvey's, tells you how to buy it right online -
Vodafone India's P Balaji and MP Rajeev Chandrasekhar debate on Net Neutrality. Though the issue had hit headlines even when services such as Skype were launched and the Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) versus voice telephony debate generated a lot of heat, the latest round of this ideological war started in India in December 2014.
Creating a culture of excellence begins when you face the reality that your excellence may have been kidnapped. By first admitting it, you then can start to focus on the four tenets of excellence.
The Krishna-Godavari Basin has again become the hotbed of action. The Modi govt has acted tough against Reliance Industries, opposing its demand for arbitration for a revision in gas price. Unseasonal rain in March and April has destroyed rabi crops in various parts of the country. Crops over 106 lakh hectares - about 18 per cent of the area under rabi crops - have been damaged. This is expected to push up food prices. Companies claim they didn't face a product mix dilemma even after petrol price deregulation in June 2010 led to a huge difference in the prices of petrol and diesel and consumers shifted large-scale to diesel cars. Borrowers often wonder why banks do not pass on benefits of repo rate cuts immediately. The RBI, too, would like faster rate transmission. But banks say it's easier said than done. India, say many experts, has a lot to gain from the deal in view of the IAF's depleting strength and promise of domestic manufacturing in the form of offsets, joint ventures and contracts for purchase of components.
The steelmaker is saddled with massive debt, posted heavy losses for four years in a row, and is operating at half its capacity.
Successful companies have to keep reiterating the communication. That is one of the learnings. Overcommunicate where you are going, says Shantanu Narayen, President and CEO of Adobe Systems.
The father of India's green revolution, Swaminathan is involved in the conservation and cultivation of millet. He tells Business Today why millet is important.
Share economy proponents have not given up and are banking on the fact that 65 per cent of India's population is below 35.
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Events to watch out for in the world of business in the coming weeks - Also, Japan has become the biggest foreign creditor to the United States government for the first time since the 2008 financial crisis, toppling, China.
One of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's biggest strengths is that he does not believe in incrementalism when he sits down to formulate policy. Even by his standards, though, the target for solar power by 2022 is colossal.
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Having started with economy hotels in 2005, Ji Qi, Founder of the China Lodging Group, gradually brought in midscale and upscale properties into his portfolio. Growth has been phenomenal, and targets going forward are equally so.
With rich stories, Biswajit Nag's My World with Rafiki maps cultural diversity and its effect on business. BOLD, by Peter H. Diamandis and Steven Kotler, is a crash course on entrepreneurship for anyone who wants to be challenged.