February, 25, 2017
B for Braille
04 Apr
2016
  • Posted by Madhumita Prabhakar
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Banking on advertising revenues, young entrepreneur Upasana Makati is publishing a multi-faceted literature magazine for the visually impaired in India, while creating awareness about the need to teach Braille literature for them through her maiden initiative, B for Braille.

Use cash, cashless!
15 Mar
2010
  • Posted by Vidya Amarnath
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With over 40 per cent of India’s population not having access to formal financial services, Itz Cash’s Cash Card is a convenient payment alternative to credit and debit cards.

Television On Your Lap!
15 Feb
2010
  • Posted by Vidya Amarnath
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With indications that 3G services will focus on data consumption, Tata Teleservices has introduced Tata Photon TV that allows subscribers to watch live television channels on their laptops while on the move.

Bean there, done that
15 Nov
2009
  • Posted by Vidya Amarnath
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Having emerged as market leaders, Café Coffee Day seems poised to beat international competition in the near future

The Indian 'fast food’
15 Nov
2009
  • Posted by Vidya Amarnath
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Mumbai’s Dabbawalas enjoy a cult status with management schools world-over for their 99.9% efficiency and punctuality in delivering homemade lunch, consistently for over a 100 years. A sneak peek at what makes the uniquely Indian logistics of this business click.

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