In the wake of demonetisation, printers have put off new releases as they brace for poor business at the upcoming Kolkata international book fair
The drone images are being used to update decades-old land records, check encroachments and resolve disputes over land and property
A group of international publishers tells Delhi HC that the defence of ‘fair use’ of information under copyright law could not be taken as it would not apply in this situation
The ongoing spat between Tata Sons and its sacked chairman, Cyrus Mistry, shows how family-run businesses struggle to find a balanced solution to succession issues
Author Amish Tripathi’s unambiguous but non jingoistic idea of being Indian may be the right prescription of our times
By choosing to walk down the path of ‘self-disruption’, Modi has grabbed the space and message that could so-easily have been Kejriwal’s
We are likely to see a significant dip in economic activity till January or even till the end of the financial year because of this disruption
Recruiting the penniless to queue up outside ATMs is a moral choice. Or, is it an innate response to another human being?