If we add the amount of solar energy that is absorbed by the earth’s atmosphere, land and oceans every year, we end up with approximately 3,850,000 EJ (exajoules or 10^18 joules).
Top-ups rule our lives in many ways — it could be an add-on pack on a prepaid mobile, that spare tyre in the trunk of the car, a second gas cylinder in the kitchen, carrying extra pens to the exam hall, spare batteries for the torch or remote and so on. The list is endless.
Some years ago, the venerable Keshub Mahindra, one of the proponents of the reviled Bombay Club revealed to me how gentleman industrialists of India Inc sat in Oberoi’s Belvedre Club in August 1991 to discuss how to petition the government on the rising heft of MNCs who would inundate India with
The history of retail has been a story worth telling in the annals of human evolution. The earliest concept of a “marketplace” was seen as far back as 800 BC in Ancient Greece. Those were the earliest retail “channels” being established.
It is an unmitigated disaster. Inexplicably, nobody has an answer to this riddle. The Delhi-Jaipur highway is caught in a time warp, a symbol of time and cost overruns and the typical Indian malaise of a painfully protracted infrastructure build out.
Nepal prime minister Sher Bahadur Deuba’s five day visit to India is part of the stepped up exchange of high level visits between India and Nepal in the past two years.
When I first heard the word Sarahah it sounded suspiciously like a Bollywood movie, which had just been released. Upon further investigation, I learnt that it is an Arabic word which means honesty. Sarahah is an app everyone is talking about.
After being fobbed off in February in what can only be termed a failed palace coup, N. R. Narayana Murthy has returned with a pincer, the magnitude and scope of which has everyone reeling.
Adiyanath ruled Gorakhpur, like a robber baron, being voted into Parliament several times by his unruly mob of RSS platoons, recreating with ardour his sense of male chauvinism. Gorakhpur is the site of a pristine temple, its white neat structure, nestling in a grove of trees.
As the Indian National Congress dragnet began to swoop down on the Princely States with Jawaharlal Nehru at its vanguard, the Order which walked all over its subjects living a life of great opulence and ostentation, a fear factor began to creep in.