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India’s snubbing of Jeff Bezos is bad optics, bad politics, and bad economics

India’s snubbing of Jeff Bezos is bad optics, bad politics, and bad economics

Experts are concerned the episode may dent India's image.

Indian Government Plans to Offer Subsidized Loans to Entice Apple Suppliers

The Government of India is planning to offer subsidized loans to suppliers of Apple and Samsung, which would entice them to open manufacturing facilities in the country.
India’s RCEP walkout shows its industry is still incompetent

India’s RCEP walkout shows its industry is still incompetent

India must gear up to meet global competition through land and labour reforms.
Is Apple ready for revival in India?

Is Apple ready for revival in India?

iPhones make up a tiny percent of the Indian smartphone market—and no one knows that better than Apple.
Elon Musk drops one more hint that Tesla cars won’t be in India anytime soon
Investors betting on exit polls will sooner or later face a reality check

Investors betting on exit polls will sooner or later face a reality check

Traders are betting on policy continuity if Modi returns to power.
Joblessness is worsening India’s social and gender inequalities

Joblessness is worsening India’s social and gender inequalities

Next year, India is expected to overtake China as the world’s most populous country.
#ShutdownIndia shows Modi’s much-hyped startup initiative is unravelling

#ShutdownIndia shows Modi’s much-hyped startup initiative is unravelling

Social media is flooded with #taxterrorism and #shiftoutindia.
How Piyush Goyal evaded India’s jobs crisis, by mentioning “jobs” nine times

How Piyush Goyal evaded India’s jobs crisis, by mentioning “jobs” nine times

How do you talk about an election buzzword without actually talking about it? Ask India’s interim finance minister Piyush Goyal. In his budget speech in…
Here are the Indian cities and industries where you are most likely to find jobs

Here are the Indian cities and industries where you are most likely to find jobs

Once a leader in employment generation, the Indian IT industry is now at the bottom. The production and manufacturing sector emerged as the most active…
For India’s biggest watchmaker, design is about more than just aesthetics

For India’s biggest watchmaker, design is about more than just aesthetics

Generations of Indians, before the 1990s, relied on the mechanical watches of the Bengaluru-based HMT company to tell the time. The first challenge to the…
Charted: Newspapers and TV are holding up amidst India’s digital explosion

Charted: Newspapers and TV are holding up amidst India’s digital explosion

In the Indian media market, there’s room for everyone to grow. New-age digital platforms are witnessing rapid expansion, without cannibalising on the traditional television set…
India’s Statue of Unity is so big you can see it from space

India’s Statue of Unity is so big you can see it from space

The world’s tallest statue, which towers over the Narmada river in western India, cost a mammoth $430 million (Rs3,000 crore) to build. The 182-metre structure…
Women are getting very little of India’s rising wealth

Women are getting very little of India’s rising wealth

The distribution of wealth in India is highly asymmetric, and it’s decidedly tilted towards men. Women own just between 20% and 30% of the $6…
Another global consumer giant has set its eyes on Indian startups

Another global consumer giant has set its eyes on Indian startups

What happens when creative ideas meet deep pockets? Disruptive innovation, or so believe big businesses. Most entrenched enterprises in India are now readying dedicated war…
IKEA’s first two months in India have been all about small buys and long stays

IKEA’s first two months in India have been all about small buys and long stays

For the world’s largest furniture retailer, IKEA, the first two months in India have been anything but humdrum. On Aug. 09, after much anticipation, the…