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India’s new bankruptcy law is expected to deliver positive results for the country’s financial sector. But sorting out the stressed assets of the past will take time.
Must mergers destroy value? Not necessarily, writes Rajesh Makhija, CMO and M&A head of Mphasis, a global IT services firm, in this opinion piece.
Filmmaker and actor Kamal Haasan explores the evolution of Indian cinema through the lens of his long career, and points to its future direction.
According to Arun K. Singh, India’s Ambassador to the U.S., the two countries are working towards a five-fold increase in trade in goods and services to $500 billion a year.
Some firms are taking an app-only approach to e-commerce in India, in an attempt to tap into one of the country's fastest-growing markets. Can it work?
India’s latest Union Budget provides an array of incentives for agriculture in the hope that increased rural consumption will boost GDP growth.
India’s ambitious plan to build 100 smart cities could face formidable challenges, some of which are unique to the country, experts said at the recent “One Globe: Uniting Knowledge Communities”[…]
The Indian government has struck down Free Basics, a high-profile effort that would have made the company a gatekeeper for Internet access.
Netflix recently announced that it is launching in India as part of its global expansion. The country is potentially one of the company's largest markets. Will a one-size-fits-all strategy work?
Just ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s unveiling of his “Startup India, Stand Up India” initiative this month, Wharton held its India Startup Competition in Mumbai. Who were the winners,[…]