From the Editor's Desk American life is based on a reassurance that we like one another but won't violate one another's privacies. This makes it a land of small talk. Two people greet each other happily, with friendliness, but might know each other for years before venturing basic questions about each other's backgrounds. The opposite is true of Indians. At least three people I've sat next to on planes to and from India have asked me, within minutes, how much I earn as a writer (only to turn away in disappointment when I tell them). In the East, I've heard it said, there's intimacy without friendship; in the West, there's friendship without intimacy. Continue reading
Editor’s Pick THE BOXING CHAMPION Muhammad Ali marches in a protest in New York City in September of 1970, with members of the Black Panther Party—a radical group seeking to empower black Americans. Ali, who died early last month, was born in 1942, in Kentucky: a state in the racially-segregated south of the United States. Boxing offered an … Continue reading Editor’s Pick
An insight into business model of Flipkart India's E-commerce Giant !Techstory
An insight into business model of Flipkart - India's E-commerce Giant !TechstoryFounded in 2007 by Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal , Flipkart is an e-commerce company which is registered in Singapore and has its headquarter in Bangalore (India). Initially the company was an online bookstore which has now come of age and operates ...articles
Telecoms to make $11 bn revenue from data in India Data revenues for Indian telecom network operators are set to double to $11 billion by 2017-18, said brokerage firm CLSA. Reliance Jio Infocomm, which has delayed the 4G service launch to 2016, is likely to drive the mobile Internet market in India. Bharti Airtel, which has presence in both 3G and 4G markets, is expected
Jade Global opens IT services unit in India US-based Jade Global Software, a leading information technology (IT) systems and solutions company, has announced the launch of a mid-enterprise IT services facility in Hyderabad, India.
Handset manufacturers get aggressive with marketing strategies : made-in-China rules In the last six months, there has been immense activity in the mobile handset market. Both the Chinese and the Indian players have turned quite aggressive with their respective marketing strategies. From roping in celebrities as their brand ambassadors, to associating with big ticket events and revamping themselves or making exclusive launches on the e-commerce platforms, this space has turned quite exciting.