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Children, not career: Millennials in Delhi have their priorities clear

Children, not career: Millennials in Delhi have their priorities clear

Owning a big house or a car was a priority for less than 2% of those surveyed.
IKEA debuts in the Indian e-commerce arena with services in Mumbai

IKEA debuts in the Indian e-commerce arena with services in Mumbai

The Swedish retailer is yet to launch a brick and mortar facility in Mumbai.
Amidst an economic slump, IKEA and Miniso have missed their India targets

Amidst an economic slump, IKEA and Miniso have missed their India targets

The brands may have overestimated the market's potential.
A small town in Uttar Pradesh is among the most prone to cyber attacks in India

A small town in Uttar Pradesh is among the most prone to cyber attacks in India

The top 15 cities in the country that are most vulnerable to cyber attacks in 2019.
Why Barbie, Lego, and Hamleys struggle in the Indian toy market

Why Barbie, Lego, and Hamleys struggle in the Indian toy market

Unorganised retailers have left little room for branded players.
Airbnb’s OYO investment could be its ticket to the East

Airbnb’s OYO investment could be its ticket to the East

OYO presents opportunities in India and China, besides a data goldmine.
Young Indians have found a way to make money from gaming rage PUBG

Young Indians have found a way to make money from gaming rage PUBG

With better internet and cheap data plans, the sub-culture is only growing.
Maps show how Bengaluru is expanding way too quickly for its residents

Maps show how Bengaluru is expanding way too quickly for its residents

The home of India’s tech industry is growing rapidly. But basic government services have yet to catch up. While most people in the southern Indian…
The two-wheeler rules Indian streets, but bike-taxi startups are struggling to succeed

The two-wheeler rules Indian streets, but bike-taxi startups are struggling to succeed

India has around 75% more two-wheelers than cars, analysts estimate. Yet, the country has not seen a single bike-taxi startup thrive even as homegrown cab-hailing…
India’s co-working spaces aren’t just money-saving startup offices any more

India’s co-working spaces aren’t just money-saving startup offices any more

Co-working spaces, a relatively young concept in India, aren’t just going mainstream now, they are getting all trendy. Having gathered pace particularly over the past…
A week after Diwali, Delhi is still struggling to breathe

A week after Diwali, Delhi is still struggling to breathe

New Delhi’s Indraprastha Apollo Hospital has been abuzz since Diwali (Nov. 07), the Hindu festival of lights. The number of patients complaining of breathing trouble…
Delhi will now use Twitter and Facebook to fight air pollution

Delhi will now use Twitter and Facebook to fight air pollution

Delhi is set to open a new front in its battle against deadly air pollution: social media. The supreme court of India has directed authorities…
No luck on Tinder? You’re probably living in the wrong pin code

No luck on Tinder? You’re probably living in the wrong pin code

Does changing the neighbourhood increase your odds of getting right swiped on Tinder? It does, if the US-based dating app’s latest analytics are to be…
Graduates of the top IITs and IIMs earn over twice the salary of their peers

Graduates of the top IITs and IIMs earn over twice the salary of their peers

India’s elite engineering colleges are worth their weight in gold. The average salary offer received by graduates of the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) is…
India has a new caste for native English speakers only

India has a new caste for native English speakers only

Sometime around 2012 or 2013, my daughters stopped speaking in Konkani, our mother tongue. It isn’t entirely clear what provoked it, perhaps it was a…