A new book chronicles Pushkar’s tumultuous life and the mystery surrounding her death.This excerpt gives a glimpse into the disintegration of her marriage to Congress politician Shashi Tharoor
For those who have never followed the feud, Tata Vs Mistry is a good place to start.
Who is Revati Roy? is a read that captures the value of grit, and the power of the human spirit.
What The Economy Needs Now manages to gather India's most pressing development issues in a single volume, some of which is explained in great detail, which creates a sense of urgency for the mammoth task ahead.
Vineet Agarwal's novel is a ray of light that penetrates through the dense forests of the Dandakaranya region to reveal the rarely seen and complex nexus behind India's most persistent internal security threat.
Business journalist Udayan Mukherjee is set to debut as a fiction author with his novel Dark Circles
The book was launched by Bikram Grewal, eminent ornithologist and author, and Ravi Singh, Secretary and CEO, WWF-India, followed by a meet and greet/book signing with the authors, Rohan Chakravarty and Bijal Vachharajani.
In a chat with Moneycontrol, the money managers at Ambit Capital spoke about how individuals could make a decent retirement nest egg through equity investing.
A short history of the Prime Minister's popular radio show has been chronicled in a book 'Mann Ki Baat: A Social Revolution on Radio'.
Watch the interview of Gurcharan Das, Novelist Editor, Penguin Series and Bibek Debroy, Author, Indian Railways, The Weaving of a National Tapestry, Member, NITI Aayog with Ronojoy Banerjee on CNBC-TV18, in which they shared their views on 164 years of Indian railways.
In an interview with CNBC-TV18, Nitin Patel, ED of Sadbhav Engineering said that demonetisation has impacted three of their projects where revenue decline has been in double digits.
As per data provided by the company, the country's wellness industry is estimated to cross USD 15 billion in 2016, growing at an average rate of 15 percent annually.
The Ocean of the Churn by Sanjeev Sanyal discusses an urgent need to revisit the history of a vastly complex and populous region, the Indian ocean region.
Commenting on the development, DEN Networks Chairman and MD Sameer Manchanda said, "Under his able leadership, Den will scale greater heights in times to come. Den's cable TV partners and associates are all geared up to work in perfect coordination to adopt new systems and technologies for better monetisation of investments."
It will be a joint mission by SICCI and the Singapore Business Federation (SBF) as a follow up to a number of successful Singapore ventures in India in June, including the master plan of Andhra Pradesh's new capital city of Amaravati.
According to Ram Mohan, the inability to harness employee talent, outsized executive pay, and ineffective boards have become all too pervasive today and threaten the very existence of companies
Thanks to fall in international commodity prices, inflation has come down in Indian economy. However more steps are required in this direction.
Empowerment of market regulators can be the first step in the direction of capital market reform, since a vibrant capital market is necessary to propel business growth.
As the fall in crude oil prices have set the stage right for a cut in subsidies, government has taken steps in the right direction by opting for direct benefit transfer.
PSU banks may see a sea change in near future as steps such as letting banks decide their hiring policies, infusing capital or tackling wilful defaults.
Government has made definite progress on the goods and services tax (GST) and it will be rolled out from April 1, 2016.
the economy needs to create 12 million jobs every year only to keep up with the youth that are entering the workforce.
Finance Minister may announce single window clearances for sectors such as real estate, or even allow automatic FDI in others.
Government need to increase spending on infrastructure because higher growth can be achieved only after addressing weak infrastructure issue.
The government had intended to raise about Rs 58,000 crore through the fiscal (Rs 43,000 through stake dilution in state-run companies and another Rs 15,000 crore by stake sale in in private companies where government has a stake)