rediff.com

NewsApp (Free)

Read news as it happens
Download NewsApp

Available on  

Rediff News  All News 

Indian Institute For Human Settlements

Rediff.com  »  News  »   Indian Institute For Human Settlements

  News for Indian Institute For Human Settlements

  • News
  • Business

The canary and the deep State

'A close look at the time-lines tells you that exactly as the back-channel negotiations were in their most crucial stage, "somebody" was planning the 26/11 attacks in Mumbai,' says Shekhar Gupta.......

Exclusive! When India and Pakistan nearly reached an agreement

Image: Mine fields are laid at the LoC to stop infiltration bids from Pakistan, while the fencing is made of menacing sharp metal. Photograph: Rajesh Karkera/Rediff.com 'The people of Pakistan and......

He believed that justice is possible in an unjust world

'I rejoice in the fact that Justice Iyer has left a legacy, after all, legacies no not reside in brick and mortar, but in living humans and there are many of us who have followed in his footsteps......

Can Modi change India's foreign policy beyond recognition?

'What gives hope is that Modi's own leadership is vitally linked to his capacity to deliver on the economic front. Indeed, if he succeeds, India's foreign policies will have changed beyond......

60 years on: Unforgiving legacy of the Panchsheel Agreement

It is a dark legacy bequeathed by Nehru to India. In its DNA lies the subconscious fount of India's schizophrenic geopolitics that forsook in one sweep all its historically-entrenched strategic......

Why the Nilekanis donated Rs 50 crore to IIHS

Nandan Nilekani and his wife Rohini donated Rs 50 crore to the Indian Institute for Human Settlements, which plans to transform hordes into urban practitioners and may save our cities by doing so.......

Ministry threatens to sack IIM-A Society

The fight between the ministry of human resources development and the Indian Institute of Management-Ahmedabad (IIM-A) escalated with the government threatening to dismiss or supersede the IIM-A......

Xerxes Desai: The man behind Titan's success

In the '80s after Xerxes Desai, moved to Bengaluru and spent the initial days on building Titan from a factory in Hosur. Xerxes Desai, who built Titan into the country's largest watch company,......

'Sikka is taking Infosys to the next level'

Image: Vishal Sikka and Infosys Founder N R Narayana Murthy at an Infosys event. Photograph: Indrani Roy/Rediff.com 'I am looking at interesting kinds of start-ups.' 'If you look at Western......

Raghuram Rajan's mantras for growth

Be it escaping the I-T sleuths or securing finance from a bank and not repaying it, Indian businessmen has a way of finding solutions to everything through quick fixes or ‘jugaads’. In......
  Web results for Indian Institute For Human Settlements
Outsmarting the informal city

Informal is often described as being outside the system. So, how do we scale and secure informal services without losing the flexibility and... ...

http://www.livemint.com/Politics/2WB8jDRjdACw41MIvkFwzL/Outsmarting-the-informal-city.html
We are all in the city now

As urban narratives continue to speak the truth about where our citiesare headed, they might manage to ring warning bells in time, and in doing... ...

http://www.livemint.com/Politics/acLOyEUk5YoI3teV7ZgVNJ/We-are-all-in-the-city-now.html
Visionary who built India's largest watch and jewellery brand

Desai's initial days were spent on building Titan, with a factory in Hosur in Tamil Nadu, on the outskirts of Bengaluru Desai's initial days were... ...

http://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/xerxes-desai-visionary-who-built-india-s-largest-watch-and-jewellery-brand-116062700808_1.html
Pay, pensions and sloth eat up India's defence funds

Defence auditor has repeatedly found that revenue component of defence budget accounts for wasteful expenditure due to outdated processes,... ...

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/defence/how-pay-pensions-and-sloth-eat-up-indias-defence-funds/articleshow/52843465.cms
How Infosys founders are investing talent and money towards India's new startups

Infosys, founded by seven engineers in 1981, is still India's most successful startup. The Bengaluru-based software services company has a market... ...

http://www.techgig.com/tech-news/editors-pick/How-Infosys-founders-are-investing-talent-and-money-towards-India-039-s-new-startups-46806

Related Tags


  1. gujarat
  2. bjp
  3. india
  4. lok sabha
  5. supreme court
  6. upa
  7. bharatiya janata party
  8. congress
  9. new delhi
  10. united progressive alliance
  11. ahmedabad
  12. sonia gandhi
  13. nda
  14. rahul gandhi
  15. rajnath singh
  16. nitin gadkari
  17. delhi
  18. manmohan singh
  19. bihar
  20. national democratic alliance
  21. jd-u
  22. nitish kumar
  23. rashtriya swayamsevak sangh
  24. uttar pradesh
  25. photo
  26. advani
  27. central bureau of investigation
  28. rss
  29. janata dal-united
  30. ips

Top Coverage News


Coming to India and making

Success in manufacturing is not just about being cheap - cheap labour, cheap land, cheap power...
Broswe by: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z