• Feb

    Most companies in India still believe in delivering mediocre services to their customers irrespective of their industry, size, age, brick and mortar or e-commerce. I am sure all of

  • Feb

    Myanmar’s new parliament was convened earlier this week with large splashes of orange and some light green, the colours worn by legislators of the two main parties, the National League

  • Politics makes strange bedfellows. Or let’s say political compulsions force strange bedfellows

  • Jan

    History repeated itself on India’s 67th Republic Day as a 76-member French army contingent led by a French military band comprising 48 musicians marched on Rajpath amidst loud cheers.

  • The Sino-Indian engagement of 1962 remains a relatively under-researched area of work. There are accounts by Indian officers who had served in the war some of whom were

  • State visits rely greatly on symbolism atmospherics and historic linkages. The invitation to French president Francois Hollande to be the chief guest at the 67th Republic Day celebrations

  • Jan

    For any business there are some customers who are unwanted. They are troublesome to manage and almost always have a weird sense of value

  • Jan

    Both institutional and retail investors deploy innumerable strategies in the equity derivatives market, of which, only two are the most basic and simple.

  • While trillions of dollars have flown into emerging markets following the global financial meltdown of 2008, the trend is now beginning to reverse in the wake of debilitating slowdown in

  • There has been outrage all around following the suicide of Rohith Vemula the PhD scholar at the University of Hyderabad. While political parties are busy scoring brownie points