• Jul
    By Payal Dhar

    Tired of how all your file and folder icons look exactly the same as on everyone else’s computer? Maybe it’s time to get your own style!

    The Windows way
    First of

  • By Ashiish Bhatia

    Bullets don’t kill people people kill people. At times unintentionally on occasion intentionally

  • By M Muneer

    Retail has almost come of age in India. Many big retailers keep a good database on customer demographics and spending patterns

  • By G Venkatesh

    July 16 marked the 45th anniversary of the first moon-landing — by Armstrong and Aldrin, when the cold war was at a feverish pitch, or rather was moving towards such

  • By Seemant Chaudhry

    Mobility is changing the way we work and transforming workplaces at a dramatic rate. Trends such as device multiplicity coupled with consumerisation of IT and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) are

  • Death is a natural part of life which we all surely have to face sooner or later. To my mind there are two ways we can deal

  • By Mahesh Bhangale

    AS with several other industries people tend to stereotype the manufacturing industry to be for men and not women. Everywhere around the world this sector has always

  • Jul
    By Gerd Mueller

    In India about 63 million people suffer from diabetes today. And this figure is likely to go up to 80 million by 2025

  • By Rajgopal Nidamboor

    The use of antib­iotics is based on the paradigm that there is a battle in progress in the body and it must be resolved; and that the body is not

  • Jul

    Chauvinism is as bad as fundamentalism. It is unfortunate that Hindi zealots have raised their heads again in the country trying to whip up passions