As the number of Covid-19 cases in India surges, startups and industry heavyweights join hands in their race to make more ventilators
‘Don't cook to be cool or cute'
Forbes India met with chef Floyd Cardoz in Mumbai, for what turned out to be one of his final interviews, discussing the five-year journey of Hunger Inc in India, their philosophy and the road ahead
A LIFE OUTSIDE THE BOX
With his autobiography out, Milind Soman, a man of many parts, talks about how his non-standard, multi-faceted life is really not worth writing home about
Sexism In The Time Of Corona
Covid-19 lockdown reveals gender inequality in house work, but experts say social isolation is an opportunity to redistribute tasks equitably
Lessons From A Pandemic
Shoring up health care systems is not enough; supply chain innovation is a crucial part of safeguarding medical professionals
Economy On The Ventilator
The government is faced with the twin challenges of keeping companies solvent during the lockdown and reviving consumer demand once it’s over
On The Menu: Lockdown
Covid-19 has spelt disaster for the F&B industry—already running on wafer-thin margins—prompting experts to relook at high-risk business models as fears of some restaurants shutting down loom large
Survival Mode On
Never was one quarter so crucial in the life of companies, especially startups who have mostly lived on the VC ventilator. Those who have battled crises in the past tell Forbes India their biggest takeaway: One must survive this quarter to see light at the end of the tunne
Two Decades and Counting
As Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik completes 20 years in office, the state government is scripting another chapter in a series of developmental programmes for the state, this time focusing on knowledge-based industries and manufacturing
ROAD TO REVOLUTION
The future’s electric. And Indian auto makers are launching newer models and building an ecosystem as the government offers favourable policies and financial incentives
The Big Shift
The BS VI emission norms are good for the environment, but the rising costs that will come along may dampen the industry mood
SOUNDS of SOULS
With its serene atmosphere and intimate performance spaces, the centuries-old Ahhichatragarh Fort plays the perfect host to the Sacred Spirit Festival
On A Familiar Terrain
Tata Motors, the maker of India’s first SUVs, is back in the game with its aggressive line-up
How To Put EVs On Fast Track
From setting up charging points to domestic manufacturing, electric vehicles need an infrastructure push for faster adoption
India Is A Price-Sensitive Market Driven By Sentiment
Schaeffler India’s Harsh Kadam on the German component maker’s plans for the changing automotive landscape
Fast and Furious
Amid India’s worst automobile slowdown, two new entrants are trying to make it big. Can they sustain the success after the initial rush?
China Drives In
With India showing the potential to become the third-largest automobile market in the world, car makers from China are revving up to sell their vehicles here
Banking With Uncertainty
The Yes Bank turmoil came with a one-off solution, but newer banks will not be spared from the contagion effect. And Covid-19 will only hurt retail lending more
Covid-19 Impact On Indian Industry
Apart from the panic it has created, the spread of coronavirus has impacted businesses and industries in India as manufacturing in China takes a hit
‘BOWLERS HAVE BEGUN TO CLOSE THE GAP WITH BATSMEN'
Aussie pace legend Glenn McGrath on the rigours to survive modern-day cricket.
‘THAI CUISINE DOESN'T HAVE FOREIGN INFLUENCES; IT'S PURE'
Ananda Solomon, who introduced India to fine Thai delicacies, is back with a new venture in decades.
THE GLITTER STAYS, FOR NOW
A growing middle-class in India and losses in US and European indices are expected to keep gold prices high, making it a bankable investment option.
VALLEYS OF WONDER
Jebel Shams is Oman’s version of the Grand Canyon, with its unique landscape and ecosystem.
OVERSEAS STOCKS WITHIN REACH
There is growing interest in American and European stocks and bonds. A few investors have made their first trade.
The James Bond of Burgundy
Winemaker Jean-Charles Boisset has stealthily built a $450 million oenological empire in France and California, one struggling vineyard at a time—and uncorked a lascivious secret-agent persona.
Bloom And Bust
KR Sridhar's bloom energy promised to turn natural gas into clean electricity “cheaper than the grid”. but after blowing billions, its fuel cells have turned out to be outrageously costly—and not so green after all.
THE GAME CHANGERS
Ahead of the upcoming film 83, on India’s first cricket World Cup victory, here’s a look at how a handful of Indian sportspeople overcame every odd to emerge world-beaters.
A TAILOR-MADE INVESTMENT
Giving investors the freedom to make their portfolio according to their needs, smallcases offer a middle ground between mutual funds and stocks.
Coronavirus And A Sluggish Economy
Coronavirus and a sluggish economy have dented investor confidence. Experts warn of tough days ahead and advise a conservative approach to investing.
THE LONG HAUL
For self-supported long-distance cyclists, it is more about winning over their body and mind rather than the race