India Insight

Bangalore: Teething troubles on path to globalisation

November 12, 2009

It has been a rather uneasy transition for Bangalore from “pensioner’s paradise” or “garden city” to the information technology capital of India.

Preparing for the Delhi Half-Marathon

October 28, 2009

Running a 21-kilometre race is no joke, especially if you’re not an athlete by any stretch of imagination.

Do India and U.S. have more in common than they think?

May 19, 2008

First impressions count. That’s true no less with airports, the gateway to a globalised world for any country.

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India’s Hindu caste quotas edge towards private companies

May 13, 2008

The issue of redressing the imbalance of Hinduism's ancient caste system by creating job and college entry quotas for lower caste and other disadvantaged groups in India seems to be gaining headway in an election year. Now it may be the turn for private industry.