Turmoil at Tatas

Even as it manages the fallout of the ouster of Cyrus Mistry as chief, the Tata group’s real challenge will be to find the right successor

India’s elusive bond market

Broken bonds: And increasing risks The expectation that financial liberalisation would lead to a proliferation of non-bank financial companies and an expansion of the bond market in India has been belied
In a bind: Let down by the education system and the job market

We need Industrial Revolution 4.0

Automation will decimate India’s cheap labour advantage. The answer is to enhance skills through education reforms
Stock markets continue the age-old tradition of Muhurat trading. How significant is it?
One could pick up multiple sets of data points and use data fusion to get going, asserts Shashi Sinha, CEO, IPG Mediabrands India
Managing brand recall is a priority area for companies in today’s digital era
Rays of hope A file photo of children sweeping as part of a Swachch Bharat drive in Vijayawada. Cleanliness is more about behavioural change than constructing toilets
In the two years since it was launched, the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan has catapulted cleanliness on to the top of public mind. But its implementation remains a challenge, write Richa Mishra & Navadha Pandey
In a city notorious for crimes against women, stalking assumes an extra vile edge as the odds are heavily loaded against the victim
Satellite image INSAT 3-D (Taken on 25-10-2016, 08.30 IST)
The picture shows the maiden flight of the second fully modified Embraer aircraft with the India-developed Airborne Early Warning and Control System (AEW&C) with dummy electronics, fitted on top of the aircraft's fuselage, on April 4, 2012 at the Sao Jose dos Campos facility in Brazil. Photo credit: DRDO.

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Thirsty trek: In Buldhana village, a woman goes in search of water, which is usually a walking distance of three km. Using toilets or taking a bath is a luxury few can afford in this region

Widowed by white gold

Life seems an unending cycle of hardships in Vidarbha, the once-prosperous cotton belt
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