Feb 05, 2012
Buildings Brics: What will 2012 look like for India Inc? Will the economy continue to slow down and the rupee slide? Read Article This year better than last for India
Feb 01, 2012
A plan to provide each of India's 1.2 billion citizens with a unique identification number has been praised as an essential programme to impose some efficiency on India's infamously inept bureaucracy, but is it ripe for abuse? Read Article India's ID plan: An end to its inept bureaucracy or an Orwellian nightmare?
Sep 01, 2011
Outsourcing has long been the cause of panic and protectionism, but the truth of its impact is covered in myths. Read Article Outsourcing often mischaracterised as evil and insidious
Apr 22, 2011
Investor confidence in India's technology sector appears to be returning Read Article Indian IT sector bounces back
Guests of the Burj Al Arab will now be presented with 24-carat gold iPads when they check in at the lavish hotel. Gold iPads for Dubai's Burj Al Arab guests
Saadiyat is renowned for its hotels and beach clubs, but it is also a vital breeding ground for the endangered sea turtle. Operation Hawksbill swings into action
British Horseracing Authority confirm results include St Leger winner Encke but Saeed bin Suroor’s horses tested negative More horses of Al Zarooni test positive
It is the manual for many US psychiatrists and the latest edition is out this week. Yet the DSM-5 is already under attack for listing as mental disorders what others regard as just personality traits.
Mental illness or just personality traits?
We spend the day backstage with Dubai designer Michael Cinco. See a video interview with him here. It's Dubai-based Michael Cinco's moment
Most people don't know anything about the Algerian city selected by the Arab League's cultural arm to be the capital of Arab culture in 2015. Constantine, the most beautiful city you've never heard of
Action from Malmo and last night's Eurovision Song Contest. In pictures: Eurovision Song Contest 2013
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