Reserve Bank of India suggests Aadhaar-based biometric identification be used instead of PINs to authenticate card transactions, but are banks willing to use it?
India: Its size, its people, its coming of age.
India's telecom base dipped by 20.71 million subscribers in July 2012, but the disparity in teledensity in rural and urban areas, and among the various states, is a matter of greater concern.
A news report this week says social networking site, Facebook, may contact people whose profile identity is suspect. But should social networking sites have all our information?
Infosys, once the bellwhether of Indian IT, has seen a slew of senior level exits. The reasons behind these exits and lower growth at Infosys may be plenty, but it also points to the changing paradigms of outsourcing.
Three recent news reports on Twitter point to the fact that the imperatives of growing revenues and freedom of speech will collide even more in the coming future.
A recent study finds self-governance has profound advantages in the marketplace, leading to the highest levels of innovation, employee loyalty, and customer satisfaction, as well as the lowest levels of misconduct.
After yet another deadline extension is given for the government to complete the 2G spectrum auction, it's high time we Indians expect some action from our policy makers.
With barely 10 percent Internet penetration, India has managed to create consumer class that leverages prowess of social media to fight for its rights.
This week, at a press conference organized by the Manufacturers' Association for Information Technology (MAIT)--the trade body of India's hardware industry--officials were talking about how the devaluation of the rupee had hit them hard and how many of their members had been bleeding for the last three months.Another news article published yesterday talked about how India's services sector grew at a fast pace during May and firms were more optimistic about the year ahead.
Banks in India regularly send their customers e-mail messages about phishing and vishing scams--how not to reveal your Web identity and personal data and fall prey to fraudulent e-mail. But at the same time, they regularly peep into the bank accounts of its customers in the name of customer relationship.