• Djokovic finds secret to Grand Slam success in French Alps

    Sep 9, 2018; New York, NY, USA; Novak Djokovic of Serbia salutes the crowd after his match against Juan Mart’n Del Potro of Argentina (not pictured) in the men’s final on day fourteen of the 2018 U.S. Open tennis tournament at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports NEW […]

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    10 golden rules to follow for success in your career

    Knowledge and skills are tools that earn you an income and help you achieve career goals. Hence make it a priority to constantly them. There are hundreds of skills available and many alternate paths to success depending on the career you choose and the approach that works best for you. However, there is a common […]

  • PODCASTS
    TechCentral’s top 5 podcasts in August – what did you miss?

    TechCentral’s interview with Naspers CEO Bob van Dijk and letgo co-founder Alec Oxenford was the website’s most popular podcast in August 2018, according to statistics from platform partner iono.fm. The interview focused on Naspers’s decision to invest a further US$500-million into the US mobile classifieds platform. The three-year-old letgo has already seen over 100 million downloads […]

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    Tata Motors to stop manufacturing operations in Thailand

    Photo: Mint New Delhi: Tata Motors on Tuesday said it has decided to stop manufacturing operations in Thailand citing viability issues but would continue to sell vehicles in the country through imports. As part of this ongoing review, the company has undertaken a reassessment of its business model in Thailand to ensure it is sustainable over […]

  • The week in radio and podcasts: PM; The Grenfell Tower Inquiry; The Home Babies

    New show on LBC: Eddie Mair. Photograph: Ken McKay/ITV/Rex/Shutterstock PM | BBC Radio 4 The Grenfell Tower Inquiry | BBC Radio 4 PM podcast The Home Babies | BBC Radio 4 PM podcast Eddie Mair is leaving PM and many will be bereft. Including my mum, who phones me to talk about it. I tell her that he’s starting a new show in September […]

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    Edtech startups in India: a ray of hope for transforming the learning experience

    From distance education to cultural preservation, digital platforms are transforming the way learning is visualised and presented, with wide-ranging implications for publication of educational content, access by users around the world, and business models for sustainable social impact. Governments and academic institutes, as well as tech providers and entrepreneurs can jointly transform the definition of […]

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    Cabinet may decide on FAME II scheme in a month: Geete

    New Delhi, Jun 10 (PTI) The Union Cabinet may decide on the roll out of the FAME India schemes second phase to boost adoption of energy-efficient vehicles in a months time, Union Heavy Industries Minister Anant Geete said. The proposal entailing details of the scheme should come up before the Union Cabinet in a month, […]

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    How HungerBox makes digitalised cafeterias work in India

    Long before food tech became a catchword, Sandipan Mitra, Co-founder and CEO of HungerBox, a business-to-business (B2B) food tech start-up, started an online food ordering company in 2007 and named it HungryBangalore.com. It was just like Zomato and Swiggy are today. But he and his co-founder never thought of life beyond Bangalore. When Indian Angel […]