A look back at some of our biggest and best stories from this week. In case you missed them, here's a recap:
1. EXCLUSIVE: Dynasty politics is dangerous, BJP will emerge victorious with more seats than the last time, says Modi
With four days to go for the last and final phase of the seven-phase Lok Sabha elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed confidence that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will emerge victorious with more seats than the last time.
"The party’s vote share and the margin will also increase. Besides, the area that the BJP covers in the country will also rise. This will be a very glorious entry of the BJP in some ways,” Modi said in an
exclusive interview to News 18. 2. Gorakhpur Diary: A tough electoral battle, promise of jobs, better hospitals and a doctor who cannot practice
Gorakhpur, located in eastern Uttar Pradesh, will elect an MP in the last phase of the Lok Sabha elections on May 19.
Take a look at a collection of impressions gathered from a two-day visit to the constituency. 3. How the political narrative on national security will play out in Lok Sabha Elections 2019 – Part IV
Among most India watchers, who closely follow India with specific or composite interests, geopolitical risk analysts or advisors will be the ones who will face the biggest challenge from electoral uncertainties or future scenarios for their clients or target audiences – from national governments to multinational entities as well as big investors.
here 4. Analysis: What we know about the differences between the IndiGo founders
What’s with Indian aviation? Just as investors were coming to terms with the unfortunate collapse of Jet Airways, disturbing news that the founders of IndiGo, India’s biggest airline by passengers carried and fleet, are at loggerheads has emerged.
The timing of the supposed rift could not have been worse for IndiGo because the airline should have taken advantage of the Jet mess.
Except, it hasn’t. 5.Saving Jet Airways: Here are the seven key points for banks to evaluate bidders
Stakeholders were waiting with bated breath to see if a bid for Jet Airways comes through. The bids that have come in are highly conditional, inadequate, and less than desirable. The situation is bleak, and worsening.
here 6. Trade truths: Men are great risk takers but women produce better returns, says research
Men are good at investing. Or so movies tell us. “Greed is good,” Michael Douglas’ Gordon Gekko famously announced in Wall Street, immortalising the notion that testosterone-fuelled risk-taking is the key to investment success.
There's just one problem though—it isn’t
exactly true. 7. Is Google Pixel 3a XL worth buying? Hell yeah!
Google has launched a new Pixel smartphone called the Pixel 3a and we got our hands on the XL version for a review. At Rs 44,999, the Pixel 3a XL has the best smartphone camera for its price.
Here's why. 8. Take a look at India's first internet SUV — MG Motor's Hector
MG (Morris Garages) Motor on Wednesday unveiled the 'Hector', India’s first internet 48-volt (48V) hybrid SUV with more than 50 connected features.
The pre-order of Hector will begin next month and the dates are expected to be announced in the next few weeks. The price of the car is yet to be announced. Have a closer look at India's first-ever internet car
here. 9. India's top 10 best selling SUVs in April 2019
SUV sales in April were dominated by Indian car manufacturers. Mahindra had four cars in the top 10 best selling SUVs in the country, while Tata made the list with two vehicles of its own. However, Maruti Suzukui's Vitara Brezza and Hyundai's Creta occupy the first two spots and leave a chasm between their nearest competitor. Here's a list of top 10 best selling SUVs.
Visionaries are already forecasting the next revolution in manufacturing – Industry 5.0.
10. PODCAST | What is Industry 5.0? Basant Shroff of E&Y answers In this episode of Tech@Work, Reema Tendulkar talks to Basant Shroff, partner, E&Y to get key answers on what will be the key technologies driving Industry 5.0.