Inadequate teaching in schools and colleges and mounting ambitions have led to a mushrooming of private tutoring centres
India needs to straighten out the kinks of its solar capacity building before it can claim itself to be truly solar-oriented
While it is too early to predict the exact magnitude of the impact, the industries in Kerala are gearing themselves for a rough ride, much depends on how the market bounces back
Online marketplaces are coming up with lucrative offers on several types of rakhis, including bhaiya-bhabhi rakhis, kids-centric rakhis, etc., but offline demand continues to surge as well
The number of industrial disputes have clearly decreased, even though the period between 2008 to 2011 has the reputation of being a period marked by labour unrest, involving India’s best known large enterprises
Though environmental concerns remain at the core of the Uttar Pradesh government's decision to ban plastic products, the state trade bodies are rightfully concerned about the loss of jobs and business to traders and manufactures...
The Confederation of All India Traders will form a committee in each district to facilitate the disbursal of Mudra loans to traders
It is no longer a laptop in the back office that is not working; it is the entire business that might be affected in the face of a cyber attack, for which organisations are beginning to look at cyber insurers
Small businesses, especially early-stage start-ups, consider outsourcing financial strategy to virtual CFOs as they lack wherewithal to employ a full-time CFO, but experts suggest a change in policy with growth
Employee conflicts are commonplace irrespective of the size of the company. It is up to human resource leaders of an organisation to resolve such conflicts. Indian HR professionals are keeping pace with global trends in finding solutions...