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    Glocal Is The New Wave

    he biggest trend which is encouraging for restaura- teurs and chefs is the growing need for innovation, which largely stems from the well-travelled and well-heeled diner's hunger for experimentation, owing to their exposure as well as their willingness to spend, exploring newer experiences in the dining space.

    • 11 hrs ago
  • Opinion

    Here To Stay

    "Luxury is the ease of a t-shirt in a very expensive dress." -Karl Lagerfeld It is interesting to see how the idea of luxury has changed over time.It seems to have gone from being dressed in fancy hats, dresses, pearls and impossibly high heels to wearing a Chanel dress with sneakers, for a visit to the Ritz for afternoon tea. There seems to be more honesty associated with the idea of luxury now. The consumers of the...

    • 11 hrs ago
  • Opinion

    Why Abhijeet Banerjee Got Nobel: Understanding His Experimental Approach To Alleviating Global Poverty

    Abhijit V Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer have been awarded the Nobel in economics for their 'experimental approach to alleviating global poverty'. Rethinking poverty and the ways to end it - this sub-title of the 2011 book Poor Economics, written by Banerjee and Duflo, aptly sums up the research agenda that the two...

    • 12 hrs ago
  • Opinion

    Smart Cities Need Smart Parking

    With increased urbanization and rapid explosion in car-density, resolution of car-parking problems assumes a magnified criticality. Parking has to be more than a remedial measure. It has to be part of urban planning. There is acute shortage of designated parking slots. Delhi, for instance, has designated space for about a hundred thousand vehicles, but the city has more than 7.5 million registered and active...

    • 12 hrs ago
  • Opinion

    Astrology As A Business: Myth Or Reality?

    In ancient India astrology was so superlatively dominant that no one could think of not consulting an astrologer or taking the advice of an occult practitioner, ojha or a priest before taking any action at all. Even today, in times of technology and development of the physical sciences, Indians wouldn't dream of not acting in accordance with the advice of an astrology practitioner. This inherent...

    • 12 hrs ago
  • Opinion

    RM: Weakest Link In Your Wealth Strategy

    Have you ever wondered why your investment portfolio underperforms the benchmarks? The productivity of any process is defined by its bottleneck. Likewise, the weakest link in your investment strategy has the maximum bearing on your future wealth. The concept of a Relationship Manager (RM) arose primarily to meet the personalised banking needs of HNI clients. However, over a period of time, the role...

    • 2 days ago
  • Opinion

    How Private Is Your Privacy

    Cyber - police - online shutterstock_4757014 For a few years now, there has been a considerable outrage over facebook, google and some big players accessing our data. It has become a bit of a regular news getting the likes of Mark Zuckerberg to testify, re-assure the policy makers on the measures they would take to limit data breaches. The debate about the infamous Cambridge Analytica and how it 'influenced"...

    • 2 days ago
  • Opinion

    How To Build A Great Minimum Viable Product (MVP)?

    One of the popular Product management methodologies of this decade is - The Lean Startup pioneered by Eric Ries. It is indeed a compelling model and has empowered Product Managers across the world to take the right product decisions. It borrows its ideas from the eternally-famous lean manufacturing concepts pioneered by Toyota Motors. My favorite way to summarize it in two words is to Eliminate...

    • 3 days ago
  • Opinion

    Take A Step Ahead, As Economy Takes A Step Back

    'Do not figure out big plans at first, but begin slowly, feel your ground and proceed up and up' goes a famous saying by Swami Vivekananda. The phrase perfectly depicts the ideal approach that must be undertaken by entrepreneurs who aim to contribute and benefit from the overall Indian growth story in prevailing uncertain times. While we witness reports of the economy slowing...

    • 3 days ago
  • Opinion

    From Stuff To Non-Stuff: The Future Of Design

    Design Design, as a profession and as we understood it till now, has been a result of the industrial economy. As we move from the industrial to the non-industrial economy, it stands to logic that the nature of the design will change. Hitherto it has been linked with making of objects, artefacts or other such physically tangible outputs. As we move towards more invisible artefacts like interfaces,...

    • 3 days ago

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