I am blind in love, I can't bat
Why nobody ever blames Kohli for my poor acting?
India is planning to exploit trolling potential of its social media users, and export it as a service like BPO, KPO and IT.
Modi-led government has sold IRCTC to Google, and unlike other deals where the seller gets money, the government has paid Google $20 billion for acquiring the website.
In what could be the greatest product innovation of the century, Axe is thinking about partnering with Maggi to develop a deodorant spray for girls which will be irresistible for boys.
The short auto journey in Bangalore taught Dr. Mallya more things about running a business profitably than his years of industry experience could not teach him.
After slashing airfares to attract customers, airlines have now decided to help everyone fly by offering them wait-listed and RAC tickets, just like the Indian Railways.
Kingfisher Airlines today declared that it has appointed Aam Aadmi Party leader Yogendra Yadav as an adviser with the specific mandate of revitalizing the almost dead airline.
As the leading newspapers reported about 100% FDI limit in defense, Chota Don, the local ‘desi katta’ manufacturer jumped from seat and has drafted plans to take his business global.
Manohar Thakur, a salesman of an apparel showroom in Connaught Place has beaten up a customer who refused to buy shirt after trying 15 different shirts.
Hours after Sahara chief Subrata Roy got arrested by Lucknow police, Sahara India Parivar announced that they will be sponsoring all jail inmates in return for having logo presence on their dresses.
The Google owned social networking website, which until a few years back was most the most popular one, sealed this deal for a staggering $19.