How differently will people shop once the crisis has passed?
The pandemic advanced digitisation by a few years across industries, and especially retail. What kind of business models will survive when the dust settles?
N Mahalakshmi - July 26, 2021
Technically, it could be the pandemic that’s warped the weft
A March 2021 report says that India will see the fastest growth in the technical textiles industry in the APAC region. But much of it could be due to the low-base effect than a gain in market share.
July 06, 2021
How long will the spin around textile stocks last?
Robust demand and better margins make the pandemic year a watershed one for textile players. But the jury is still out on how far the sentiment will hold
V Keshavdev - July 06, 2021
The pandemic has changed the world economic order and India may need till 2023 to regain its ranking
May 06, 2021
In the second wave of the pandemic, crematoriums are overflowing and even melting under the strain
May 04, 2021
Private hospitals have once again been asked to meet shortage in public healthcare system, despite the government having a year to improve its infrastructure
April 10, 2021
The COVID Paradox at work
The pandemic has slowed down the world but has accelerated change, and this is most visible in office spaces
April 02, 2021
The fowl flu
Still reeling from the pandemic’s blow, India's poultry industry is now dealing with an outbreak of avian influenza
January 17, 2021
"We are fully equipped in Easwari Engineering College to provide a safe campus amid pandemic"
With e-Labs, smart classrooms and ICT tools, this engineering college is all set to open its gates post-COVID
January 08, 2021
Higher education and COVID-19: Current challenges and the path ahead
How TA Pai Management Institute is braving the disruption caused by the pandemic in the functioning of higher education institutes
January 08, 2021