Dharvari, a slum in Mumbai, has a large informal econonmy - worth $1 billion according to some estimates.
Mastering new technologies at the same time as creating new jobs will be a critical skill for any economy with manufacturing ambitions. So it is for India.
A weekly round up of some of the top stories from the past seven days.
Surprising facts and figures about India’s economic rise, and the challenges the nation still faces.
In some Indian states, farmers are reaping the benefits of partnerships between government and business. What can we learn from their success?
India is growing fast but faces many challenges. If they are overcome then growth accelerates. But the reverse is also true.
How can India make the most of the digital age and all it offers, when the country is still struggling with basic social challenges?
Can India overcome internal challenges to become a top global destination for businesses and investors?
Carpooling is not a new idea, but ride-sharing apps could be a game-changer for Indian cities, where hundreds of thousands of people drive to work each day on their own.
As India's workforce embraces digital transformation, the role of the manager has never been more important, or more uncertain.
Whether it's the start-up boom or skills crisis, energy progress or infrastructure gap, India's greatest challenges will be tackled by a global community of experts, policy-makers and bus...
From Kailash Satyarthi to Rabindranath Tagore, here’s a closer look at the achievements of India’s Nobel laureates.
Equal pay and equal jobs are important but there are millions of women who aren't able to meet their basic human needs.
India currently has five megacities. But heavy rural-to-urban migration will boost this figure to seven in the next 15 years.
India is a country which never fails to surprise.