With temperatures regularly reaching the mid-forties degrees celsius, South-East Asia and India are currently suffering from one of their worst heat waves in history.
India has already overtaken the US, becoming the second largest smartphone market in the world, but Apple is yet to win over consumers.
The world is experiencing an unprecedented transition from predominantly rural to chiefly urban living. India is by no means an exception, with its urban population having increased from ...
The Indian state of Odisha has developed a pioneering heat mitigation plan.
A look at how a cohort of educated, middle-class Indian women have become leaders in traditionally male dominions like banking, consulting, and technology.
Neel Ratan believes that once primary needs of bottom of the pyramid are taken care of they will be empowered to contribute significantly to the India’s economic progress.
Dr Ali Mehdi looks at soft skills, education and the knowledge economy.
India’s digital start-ups have an analogue problem. They face a kagaz ka pahad (in English this means "mountains of paper"). Literally. Many of them are designing for the digital desh of ...
The Modi Government’s reform push in the Indian energy sector will undoubtedly be the catalyst for the country to become one of the fastest growing economies globally. Electrification wil...
It is through technological innovation and the pursuit of sustainable social, economic and ecological development that we can chart India’s path to progress and power a greener tomorrow, ...
There is growing evidence that trained midwives are as good as doctors in taking care of pregnant women and in overseeing uncomplicated births.
The steps needed to get more Indian women into the workplace.
For sustainable growth and development, India can no longer afford to rely only on manufacturing sector. An IFSC will be an important catalyst in this process.
Women from poor and marginalized communities in Nepal are being employed to help to maintain about 3,300 km of the local road network.
India's telecoms regulator has backed net neutrality – and effectively killed Facebook’s Free Basics internet service. But why?