From the Editor's Desk In this wonderfully geeky piece, SS Aiyar of ET dissects Delhi's pollution problem and suggests a solution that could convert the fine dust that pollutes our cities into construction material. The bulk of the pollution problem in Delhi (and many of India's cities) is not vehicular pollution, but fine dust. Western countries use landscaping and 'dust collectors' to suck up excess fine dust. The problem then is of dumping this dust, which is where technology that can convert this dust into sand, to be used for construction can come handy. We need more of such 'out of the box' thinking to solve India's problems - Comment
Foreign venture capital funds get RBI booster Share on FacebookShare on Twitter 3 February, 2016, New Delhi: India is emerging as a global startup hub and Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has realised the potential of this industry. In order to take this business to a next level, RBI on Tuesday stated that it is planning to ease few restrictions for startups. ...
28% of mobile internet users in Dec’15 came from rural India : IAMAI A report titled ‘Mobile Internet in India 2015’ from the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) states that there are going to be 371 million mobile internet users in India by June 2016. It adds that the country had 306 million mobile internet users in December 2015, of which 219 milli
Subramanian Swamy spins new web for BJP in TN, woos DMK, DMDK Senior BJP leader Subramanian Swamy on Tuesday said he was hopeful that DMK chief M Karunanidhi will decline to be the Chief Ministerial candidate to pave the way for his son Stalin so that his party could tie up with the Dravidian outfit and DMDK could also be a partner.