All stories by Akshara Srivastava
G20 Meet: Delhi's Biggest Event This CenturyRediff.com26 Aug 2023
AFor a mega event like the G20 Summit -- being attended by so many heads of States and international bodies, top diplomats and bureaucrats -- nothing can be more important than security.
'Make in India can't happen overnight'Rediff.com14 Aug 2023
'Customers will end up pre-buying laptops, even at inflated rates. The same is true for second-hand and refurbished pieces that a company's authorised stores sell.'
Communal Violence: IT Hub Gurugram Bunkers DownRediff.com3 Aug 2023
As its backyard remains embroiled in tension, Gurugram is exercising caution.
'What we are seeing today is 'who the accused is' matters'Rediff.com29 May 2023
'The law is neither able nor willing to function the way the legal machinery is envisaged.'
Apple Stores Will Up Brand Value Of Its Chosen AddressesRediff.com20 Apr 2023
'If they are taking marquee locations and, say, are paying 50 per cent higher rent, those locations will see a spurt in rates as well.'
Air India Building's High-Flying Days EndsRediff.com17 Apr 2023
India's first escalator, its shortest elevator, a terror attack, a rescue operation -- the building's seen a lot.
How Covid Changed Sanjeev Kapoor's FocusRediff.com2 Aug 2022
'The pandemic helped me to shift my focus to the medicinal qualities of food.'
How Supertech's concrete colossus in Noida will be demolishedRediff.com14 Jul 2022
As the demolition date of Supertech twin towers in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, inches closer, the company entrusted with the tricky task is putting the finishing touches to its preparations.
Education, health and personal care ads worst offendersRediff.com29 Jun 2022
Education, healthcare and personal care are the most violative categories of ads, according to the annual complaints report of India's advertising regulator for the last financial year. The Advertising Standards Council of India (ASCI) on Tuesday released its annual complaints report for April 2021-March 2022, taking into account print, television and digital media as it processed 5,532 ads - a sharp rise of 62 per cent from 2020-21. It processed 7,631 complaints - an increase of 25 per cent from last year. Of these, 75 per cent were taken up suo motu by the regulatory body's own artificial intelligence-based tracking system.
How Brand Elon Musk might impact Brand TwitterRediff.com4 May 2022
The announcement came late Monday evening - and broke the internet. Elon Musk, the world's richest man, had bought microblogging site Twitter for a neat $44 billion. The little blue bird, which is known to take on many avatars depending on the mood, leanings and interests of who it is chirping for, went into overdrive. While some Twitter users flooded the site with memes and humorous takes on the move, the deal also had a fair share of critics.
How doyens of Indian haute couture making luxury fashion more attainableRediff.com24 Apr 2022
The move points to a growing need to cater to a younger customer base, one that wants designer clothes not just for big occasions but also wishes to make them a part of their day-to-day lives by interpreting individual pieces in individualistic manners.
How metaverse is going to make a big difference in our livesRediff.com20 Mar 2022
Move over 3D, 4D and 5D. Cinema is now eyeing the metaverse experience. On February 15, Bollywood producer Vashu Bhagnani's production company, Pooja Entertainment, forayed into the metaverse and bought its first piece of virtual land. The space, called Poojaverse, will be a virtual area where the company will create an immersive experience for moviegoers, starting with BadeMiyan ChoteMiyan, starring Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff. Promotional events for the film, slated for release on Christmas 2023, will be held in the metaverse, says the company. The metaverse might still be in its infancy, but producers like Deepshikha Deshmukh say, "The ecosystem will only grow from here. "Metaverse will soon be the go-to place for everything virtual related to films."
Age-defying chemistry of the Khans & the cola fizzRediff.com7 Mar 2022
'Tatas will bring Air India to former glory'Rediff.com5 Feb 2022
'All they need is proper leadership.'
Beauty takes natural turn, demand for ayurveda products soars in IndiaRediff.com16 Jan 2022
Immunity boosting foods and drinks. Sustainable fashion. Beauty products with natural ingredients. There was always a market for these, and the pandemic has only made it bigger. Within beauty, brands have recorded a greater demand for ayurveda products.
How Delhi Govt Funds Young EntrepreneursRediff.com8 Dec 2021
With a budget of Rs 60 crore, Business Blasters, which is part of the Delhi government's Entrepreneurship Mindset curriculum, aims to nurture entrepreneurial skills among students, including taking calculated risks and bouncing back from failure.