In India, average landholding declined from 2.3 hectares in the 70s to 1.32 hectares in 2000-01. If this rate continues, average landholding will fall to 0.68 hectares by 2020 and a mere 0.32 hectares by 2030. Currently 86 per cent of Indian farmers,
The armed forces are in the news with the government appointing a new navy chief, superseding his senior, and with the Bharatiya Janata Party cautioning the incumbent United Progressive Alliance government against initiating the process for appointing the
Even as Wipro, India’s third-largest information technology (IT) services company, has given a muted forecast for the first quarter of 2014-15, Chief Executive T K Kurien believes 2014-15 will be better than the past couple of years.
Inflexionpoint, an Information Technology supply chain co-founded by John Sculley, former chief executive officer of Apple Inc, announced the launch of Obi Mobiles, a smartphone brand, targeting India and other emerging markets.
Krishnan Ganesh, serial entrepreneur and angel investor, does not need much introduction. Over the past two decades, Ganesh and his wife Meena have created, and exited from, four ventures - IT&T, Customer Asset, Marketics Technologies, and TutorVista.
Infosys’ CEO and Managing Director S D Shibulal, who has decided to retire ahead of his superannuation in March 2015, believes he is leaving behind a much healthier company than what it was when he took over in August 2011. He talks to Itika Sharma
When Infosys appointed U B Pravin Rao as one of two presidents in January, it was clear he would be one of the few internal candidates to be considered for the position of chief executive officer (CEO) when incumbent S D Shibulal retired.
R Ramanan, managing director and chief executive of CMC, is positive on seeing momentum in demand and hopeful of posting growth higher than the industry average in FY15. In an interview with Sheetal Agarwal and Aditi Divekar, he talks about growth,
Sun Pharmaceutical Industries will take a call on whether to shut Ranbaxy's troubled factories or make changes in the top management of the latter only after its $4-billion acquisition deal is complete.
K V Kamath, the lead independent director at information technology giant Infosys, doubles as chairman of the nominations committee entrusted with the uphill task of choosing its next chief executive officer (CEO), the first one in over three decades to
Nasdaq-listed IT services firm iGate on Thursday posted a sequential decline in net profit for the first quarter (Q1) ended March 31, 2014. However, Ashok Vemuri, president and chief executive officer of iGate, believes the US-headquartered company has