When it comes to digital media, local is quite vocal
With many mainstream media journalists fleeing the increasingly stifling confines of newsrooms in search of editorial freedom, are we witnessing the third wave of Indian journalism?
26 February 2021
The reality of India’s faux meat boom
Domino’s recent launch of plant-based meat in India comes amid a flurry of activity in the alt protein space. Here’s what to expect of the industry, and the questions we should be asking.
Roshni P. Nair
25 February 2021
A resurgent Tata Motors advances Ratan Tata’s legacy
The automaker is suddenly the flavour of the season and is poised to grab a double-digit share of the passenger vehicle market for the first time in over a decade. What’s changed?
24 February 2021
Nobody knows what’s in the cryptocurrency bill
A thorough lack of transparency raises questions on just how ready India is to regulate crypto, leaving the crypto industry lobbying in every which direction.
23 February 2021
The many struggles of FreshMenu
As the cloud kitchen battle heats up, it appears that one of the frontrunners in the space is losing ground.
22 February 2021
The mistaken conflict between news companies and the internet
The furore over Facebook+Google versus the Australian media and government shows deep misconceptions over the relationship between platforms and media. Here’s an explainer.
19 February 2021
Indian edtech’s irrational exuberance
If the Indian edtech opportunity is worth billions of dollars (eventually), how is it that so many education technology startups are on sale today?
Pradip K. Saha
18 February 2021
What’s stopping drones from soaring?
A four-year ban and a regulatory maze compounded by the absence of sound backend systems have been the bane of the drone industry in India. Can the new norms fix this?
17 February 2021
Paytm’s ambitious insurance bet is in limbo
Paytm was right to get into selling insurance. But two years in, its ambition to build its own insurance business has gone nowhere.
16 February 2021
The dangerous doctors who get away
Why medical negligence battles in India are seldom won by patients, no matter how strong the evidence.
Roshni P. Nair
15 February 2021
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