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How Uber plans to beat competition

How Uber plans to beat competition

'We are the best in technology and we think we are no. 1 today based on our service.'     US-based cab aggregator, Uber, valued at $53 billion, is looking at more than 50 per cent market share in India by the first quarter of 2016.  Uber country head Amit Jain told Nivedita Mookerji in an interview that the next round of investment is expected early next year and India is set to be among the top markets for the group soon, besides the US and China. Edited excerpts: What is it ..., 30 minutes ago

Virat Kohli hopes day-night Test experiment works well

Speaking to reporters on the eve of the third Test against South Africa here, the India skipper also complimented the two teams and their countries' cricket authorities for taking the unique step that may point to the future of the longest and most ...
 Jagran Post2 days ago

India didn't get its math right with salary hike, learn how Singapore does it

A Singapore minister gets 60 per cent of the salary earned by the 500th highest paid person in that country’s private sector. It’s not 100 per cent because you are in public service, and expected to make a sacrifice. What if we applied that benchmark to India? The answer might surprise you, says TN Ninan. How should one judge what the Pay Commission has recommended for government employees? Let’s start at the top, and use Singapore as a reference point because that city-state ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago

Top five 4G smartphones under Rs 15k

These five are budget-friendly yet feature rich. 4G or LTE-enabled (long-term evolution) smartphones are the flavour of the season. According to International Data Corporation’s Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker report, one out of three smartphones shipped into India were LTE-enabled as India prepares for a 4G revolution. The one thing that makes a mobile a SMARTPHONE, in actual sense, is the Internet connectivity. Faster the network, faster your downloads and uploads. While the mobile arena ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago

Top quote! Chile's coach compares possession to flirting with a woman

Over the years soccer coaches have enlivened our lives with extremely amusing quotes and jibes. Some are cheeky, some philosophical and some don't think twice before taking pot-shots at their rivals. Before we give you the pleasure of the recent top quote from a soccer boss, let’s delve into the details… IMAGE: Chile's head coach Jorge Sampaoli reacts. Photograph: Clive Brunskill/Getty Images South American champions Chile were hammered 3-0 by arch-rivals Uruguay in Montevideo ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago

The more the merrier, say VCs to entrepreneurs

  Investors prefer co-founders as they bring complementary strength Ankita Vyas, a 21-year-old engineering student from Ahmedabad, travelled to Mumbai recently, seeking counselling from mentors on managing her two-year-old start-up. As she was finding it difficult to run her tech-start-up all by herself, her mentor suggested she rope in a partner. “Managing all the functions alone is very difficult. I am a good organiser but bad at sales. "I cannot pitch my idea for funding. "So, my ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Dhawan's return to form India's biggest gain from Bengaluru Test!

After a poor run of scores in the two Twenty20s, five ODIs and first Test against the Proteas, Shikhar Dhawan came good with an unbeaten 45 in the Bengaluru Test. Harish Kotian/ explains why skipper Virat Kohli is backing his opening batsman to carry on the good form in the next two Tests of the series.  IMAGE: India’s Murali Vijay and Shikhar Dhawan leave the field. Photograph: BCCI The biggest positive for India from the rain-hit, drawn second Test against South ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Forgot your laptop charger at office? Shipsy it!

Shipsy is the brainchild of Soham Chokshi, a mechanical engineer from IIT Madras and co-founders Dhruv Agrawal and Maharshi Devraj. At a time when some see the fairytale ride for start-up economy in India ebbing, Delhi-based ‘customer-to-customer’ service provider Shipsy, seems to be betting on on-demand hyperlocal logistics, a relatively untapped app-driven market for start-ups. Defining Shipsy’s focus and unique selling point, co-founder Soham Chokshi says: “There ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Will Maggi succeed in recreating the old magic?

One aspect of reviving trust will be getting fresh brand ambassadors Five months after it was banned, Maggi noodles is back on shop shelves. As Nestle India prepares for a nationwide launch of the 32-year-old brand with some changes in packaging, The Strategist tries to identify the key challenges and what the company could do to win back consumer trust. Four brand experts lay down the dos and don’ts for Maggi as it seeks to regain lost ground‘The reason to buy the same product ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Intolerance debate created by those being paid money: VK Singh

The debate over intolerance in India is an “unnecessary” creation of very imaginative minds being “paid with a lot of money”, Union Minister V K Singh has alleged, asserting that it was a politically motivated move before the Bihar polls. “This particular debate (on intolerance) is no debate. It is the unnecessary creation of very imaginative minds who are being paid a lot of money,” Minister of State for External Affairs Singh said on the sidelines of ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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