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Why Café Coffee Day’s immense popularity didn’t translate into big profits

Why Café Coffee Day’s immense popularity didn’t translate into big profits

Despite sales of Rs4,200 crore, its profits are puny.
Bengaluru ranks a poor 81 among global education hubs—and that’s India’s best

Bengaluru ranks a poor 81 among global education hubs—and that’s India’s best

Only four Indian cities feature among world's 120 most popular education hubs.
VG Siddhartha gave India’s youth an affordable dating spot—and a clean place to pee on the highway

VG Siddhartha gave India’s youth an affordable dating spot—and a clean place to pee on the highway

The CCD founder's body was reportedly found on the banks of River Netravati on July 31.
An Indian coffee baron has gone missing

An Indian coffee baron has gone missing

VG Siddhartha of Cafe Coffee Day has been untraceable since last evening.
India’s food delivery wars are no longer about speed, but quality

India’s food delivery wars are no longer about speed, but quality

Seven in 10 consumers feel the quality of food deteriorates slightly or even significantly during packaging and transportation.
The story of a female Indian violinist whose phenomenal career was cut short by fate

The story of a female Indian violinist whose phenomenal career was cut short by fate

Philomena Thumboochetty drew praise even from Yehudi Menuhin.
In India, toddlers are starting to write computer codes before they can talk

In India, toddlers are starting to write computer codes before they can talk

Coding offers a chance to improve cognitive skills and develop computational thinking.
Key takeaways from the first annual budget of Modi 2.0

Key takeaways from the first annual budget of Modi 2.0

The first annual budget of the National Democratic Alliance government's second term.
The UAE can easily become UrbanClap’s second home

The UAE can easily become UrbanClap’s second home

Expatriate Indians may prefer a company from back home.
Can smart meters re-energise India’s crumbling power distribution companies?

Can smart meters re-energise India’s crumbling power distribution companies?

The device can change the way your power bill is generated.
Urban Indian parents are more sure about their kids’ online safety than their own

Urban Indian parents are more sure about their kids’ online safety than their own

Most of them don't even monitor the content their children are exposed to.