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Gaming To Explode, In A Good Way

Gaming To Explode, In A Good Way

The gaming fever has well and truly set in, and it is expected to intensify over the next three years

01 September 2021
Technically, it could be the pandemic that’s warped the weft

Technically, it could be the pandemic that’s warped the weft

A March 2021 report says that India will see the fastest growth in the technical textiles industry in the APAC region. But much of it could be due to the...

06 July 2021

PLIS: What’s it got

Here’s a measure of the scheme’s ambition, account of achievements so far, and a record of brickbats and bouquets 

Viral reset

Viral reset

The pandemic has changed the world economic order and India may need till 2023 to regain its ranking  

06 May 2021

Endless grief

In the second wave of the pandemic, crematoriums are overflowing and even melting under the strain

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10 April 2021
Private pandemic

Private pandemic

Private hospitals have once again been asked to meet shortage in public healthcare system, despite the government having a year to improve its infrastructure


09 April 2021
Consuming with a viral difference

Consuming with a viral difference

As COVID-19 continues to remake our world, it is changing our buying behaviours


02 April 2021
The darkest hour

02 April 2021
Not worth the wait

Not worth the wait

 With a surge in COVID-19 cases, economists are worried if the fragile recovery India has made will collapse under a new round of restrictions 


13 March 2021
Look who's holding up the traffic

Look who's holding up the traffic

Drivers all over the country are reporting inefficiencies in the FASTag system which has been made mandatory since February 15, 2021


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12 February 2021
Far from a free bird

Far from a free bird

Twitter has received multiple regulatory requests from the Indian government about the content it hosts on Farmers’ Protests


06 February 2021
Black gold is the new milch cow

Black gold is the new milch cow

Petrol and diesel prices are nearing Rs.100/litre in metro cities and nearly 60% of it comprises taxes


15 January 2021
The fowl flu

The fowl flu

Still reeling from the pandemic’s blow, India's poultry industry is now dealing with an outbreak of avian influenza


17 January 2021
The ones making our lives easier, don’t have it easy themselves

The ones making our lives easier, don’t have it easy themselves

According a Fairwork report, India’s platform economy is riddled with problems of unfair pay and poor working conditions


01 January 2021
Casting a long shadow

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18 December 2020
Autocracy meets too much democracy

Autocracy meets too much democracy

Indian farmers are protesting to safeguard their rights, and the collateral damage could increase


18 December 2020
Divided by borders, united by corruption

Divided by borders, united by corruption

Asian countries reek of dishonest officials, rampant bribery and distrust in government. Among them, India takes the top spot


11 December 2020
India’s beauty industry is getting a digital makeover

India’s beauty industry is getting a digital makeover

As more and more Indians get online, beauty and personal care brands reap the benefits




20 November 2020
Can electric vehicles find their way around India?

Can electric vehicles find their way around India?

EVs have found little success, but with considerable headroom for growth, the segment is charged up 


20 November 2020
Leaving a sour taste

Leaving a sour taste

With carryforward stock of over 10 million tonne, the sugar industry is in dire need of export subsidy 


06 November 2020
Why cold chains are in hot demand

Why cold chains are in hot demand

There is an urgent need for cold storage facilities across the country and COVID-19 just added its own twist


06 November 2020
Wheels of change

Wheels of change

Often pushed and shoved on Indian roads, the bicycle is slowly finding its way back


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