Colourful butterfly that spells quality and trust in handloom
Eighty-five years old, Tamil Nadu Handloom Weavers’ Co-operative Society, or Co-optex epitomizes many things for customers – both old and young - from nostalgia to quality, trust and tradition.
March 22, 2021
Changing world order
Peter Frankopan's The New Silk Roads compels you to question the dominance of Western nations, revealing the growing influence of China
July 19, 2019
Pleats of Heritage
Whoever thought traditional saris cannot be luxurious has yet to see these opulent six yards
Aishwarya Parikh - June 29, 2018
If she's not got on her hiking boots, Nalli's Lavanya Nalli likes to curl up with a book
June 11, 2018
Holding back payments
India Inc is lagging behind in paying its bills
Jitendra Kumar Gupta - December 16, 2015
Seedfund co-founder Bharati Jacob on why women don’t have to conform to the ‘loud and aggressive’ stereotype to succeed
Mahithi Pillay - October 26, 2015
The whole six yards
Nasscom Foundation ex-CEO Rita Soni believes clothes make the women, at least when it comes to local handlooms
Mahithi Pillay - June 01, 2015
"Good chance that India will create a Silicon Valley faster than China"
Professor and author Anil K Gupta on the successes and failures of Chinese companies
Krishna Gopalan - May 14, 2015
Not new, but improved
Nitin Paranjpe has put premium products at the centre of HUL’s growth strategy, but is this good enough ?
Ajita Shashidhar - July 04, 2015
What explains private equity investors’ growing appetite for the food service industry?
Taneesha Kulshrestha - February 22, 2016