• Mar
    By Manoj K Johar

    Pooja Gupta (name changed) an IT professional working in Pune was born with a rare disorder. Her battle began 17 years ago

  • By Payal Dhar

    If you’ve bought a Lenovo laptop in late 2014, the chances are you’ve ended up with an unwelcome free gift — the Superfish malware. While this debacle has left

  • By Ashish Bhatia

    According to recent estimates the number of smartphone users worldwide will surpass 2 billion by the end of 2015. This rapidly burgeoning smartphone market in turn has also

  • By Tushar Srivastava

    In today’s digitally saturated culture to imagine a life without the mobile phones cutting-edge technologies and better-than-ever gadgets seems terrifying. From maintaining a record of the number

  • By M Muneer

    Everyone preaches the mantra we put customers first but how many companies actually practice what they preach in their vision and values? Most business-to-business clients use some form of customer

  • By Andreas Kruse

    The concept of active ageing signifies a new understanding of ageing policy which — in distinction from a more traditional deficit- and welfare-oriented perspective — considers demographic change not as

  • Feb
    By Gour Mohan Kapur

    What may in passing appear to be the facade of a Grecian edifice — the temple of Minerva in Athens, Greece, to be more specific — is in fact the

  • By Senjam Raj Sekhar

    1. What is the projected growth for 2015-16 based on the new GDP calculation formula?

  • Feb

    There is often an spill over impact that is witnessed for the mutual fund investments as individuals fail to plan for their other goals. This is evident by the

  • Feb

    India is a power-starved country and the demand for energy is exponentially increasing every year. Given the premise what could be the most efficient way to conserve energy?