The country has an electric mobility mission in place, and manufacturers like Toyota, Mahindra & Mahindra and Nissan are enthusiastic about electric vehicles. But there is a lot India needs to do to achieve its goals.
India: Its size, its people, its coming of age.
It is imperative for designers to incorporate sustainable features into their products not only to make them last longer, but to help promote a more sustainable and environmentally friendly future.
Citibank's proposed on-site mandate and the likely changes to U.S. immigration laws suggest the global outsourcing landscape may change forever, possibly hurting India's booming IT industry.
Modern forms of IT such as cloud, big data and mobility will play a large role in increasing the turnover of Indian public-sector units, from US$383 billion today to US$1 trillion by 2020.
Infosys stands for a lot more than just the boom in outsourcing and Indian IT. It stands for creating wealth amid the middle class, for values and high corporate governance norms. That's why its disappointing results mean more than just the numbers.
Mahindra e2o, an electric vehicle, becomes the first "connected" car in India with telematics-based features such as remote control of air-conditioning to pre-cool the car and technical support.
With huge debts and falling profitability, telecom operators in the country are aiming to drive their direct-to-home business through both divestment and IPOs.
Enterprises in the country today spend an average US$12.2 million on IT, pumping their investment in cloud, virtualization, datacenter consolidation, and IT modernization, according to a Gartner survey.
The agreement between the two Ambani brothers' telecom venture to share RCom's optic fiber network creates hopes for a disruptive impact on the Indian telecom market from Reliance Jio's 4G services.
Minister Kapil Sibal criticizes India's apex court for intervening in the telecoms industry, but the problem goes deeper in that the government views the sector as a "golden goose" instead of an enabler for change.
Supreme Court judgment rejecting Novartis' plea for a patent on cancer drug, Glivec, highlights the need for developing new models of selling innovative drugs in markets like India where patients can't afford costly, life-saving drugs.
There is pent up demand for sophisticated mobile services in application areas such as m-education, m-entertainment, m-finance and m-health, says a report by Wipro and IAMAI.
Realities of India are very different from those in the United States. Therefore, it's possible that Internet speeds and regulations here pertaining to freedom on the Web don't suit Google even a decade from now.
From sociologists to psychologists, governments, researchers, police, marketers, HR managers, marriage brokers, and psephologists--everyone seems to be turning to the social media for answers.
With new innovations popping up each day, it's hard to tell which gadget in your house may have an adverse impact on your health or on the environment around you.