• Aug
    28

    Data worldwide by its sheer nature conceals more than it reveals. Census figures for 2011 Population by Religious Communities report released this week has information

  • Aug
    26
    By Sunil Shroff

    Of late there have been several murmurs on the death of brick-and-mortar retailing thanks to the success of e-commerce. But there can be no denying that while online

  • By Jaithirth (Jerry) Rao

    THE single most important item that confers dignity on an individual or family is the fact that they live in a decent home. That is why we have the

  • Aug
    23

    A cosumption recovery is on the cards. This round of discretionary spending, estimated to create demand worth over $100 billion over the next three years, would be driven by lending rate cuts, a new pay commission award for government employees, lower oil prices and MSP hike on the basis of the Swaminathan formula.

  • Aug
    21

    Voted in 1995 by 600 film critics of France as the best film of all times, this is Marcel Carné’s greatest masterpiece in poetic realism.

  • Over the years, India has had its share of sportspersons, starting from the hockey legends of the 20th century to stalwarts like chess grand master Vishwanathan Anand, cueist Pankaj Advani and boxer Mary Kom. And, of course, there are the cricketers, none bigger than the now retired Sachin Tendulkar.

  • After a year of hectic foreign policy interactions with major economic and political powers, the government turned towards West Asia with prime minister Narendra Modi’s highly successful visit to the United Arab Emirates.

  • In the words of Napoleon Bonaparte, later ascribed to several other leading statesmen and military leaders of 19th and 20th century Europe, “the army moves on its stomach”.

  • Aug
    14

    A year may be a long time in politics but in economic terms, it is still a minor blip. Exactly a year ago, prime minister Narendra Modi made his very own tryst with the nation from the ramparts of the historic Red Fort.

  • Prime minister Narendra Modi’s upcoming visit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a long delayed trip by an Indian prime minister to a country with close economic and commercial ties with India.