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Forbes IndiaFebruary Friday 15 2019
30 Under 30 achievers from 16 categories as diverse as sports, entertainment, ecommerce, science and technology. There are stories of young achievers who are already setting new benchmarks in their chosen fields and are poised for greater glory. Apart from these 30 profiles, there’s an interview with Housing.com co-founder Rahul Yadav who gives his key takeaways from his unceremonious exit. And there are also names and features of those who have made it to the US 30 Under 30 List. Subscription Now
Forbes IndiaFebruary Friday 01 2019
The cover story of the current issue analyses the Narendra Modi government’s achievements and failures in the past five years. Was enough done to usher in the good days and development that were promised in the manifesto? The verdict: It looks like a glass half full with the government doing well in a lot of areas even as there is room for improvement in others. The edition also looks at the expectations from the interim budget, months before the general elections. Forbes India also kicks off its poll coverage with a story on how technology platforms are giving power to the electorate. Subscription Now
Forbes IndiaJanuary Friday 18 2019
The cover story in this issue is about Tata Motors’ transformation gambit. At least 12 launches are lined up for the next couple of years, sales are on their way up, the truck business that had come under pressure is also looking good, and car market share is once again inching upwards. Is Tata Motors back from the brink? The feature answers that by closely analysing the company. The edition also has a robust package on the state of management education with stories on baby IIMs, integrated courses and new study destinations for students. Subscription Now
Forbes IndiaJanuary Friday 04 2019
In our special package, Heroes of Philanthropy, we take a look at members of the next generation of Indian businesses who are eager to take forward the family tradition of giving. The difference with this generation? They’re driven by strategy and impact rather than recognition or obligation, as was often the case earlier on. While inheritors and descendants are doubtless best placed to give back, the good news is that a number of creators of their own wealth, too, are keen to make a difference. Subscription Now
Forbes IndiaDecember Friday 21 2018
The Forbes India Celebrity 100 is an annual list of the 100 top-earning celebrities from the world of entertainment, sport and literature. The issue mentions not just the estimated wealth that they accumulated over the years because of their work but also gives an insight into the lives they lead. The edition is treasure trove of stories about the success and struggles of some of these stars. Watch out for profiles of Sachin Tendulkar, Akshay Kumar, Ayushmann Khurrana, Radhika Apte and Sunil Chhetri. Besides, there’s a freewheeling interview with rapper Badshah and trend stories on rising YouTube stars and social media influencers. It’s a must-have in one’s collection. Subscription Now
Forbes IndiaDecember Friday 07 2018
The current edition of Forbes India features stories of entrepreneurs who have led from the front and shown leadership mettle even in the face of adversity. The winners of the 2018 Forbes India Leadership Awards are profiled in this issue, along with tales of how they have transformed their companies to keep up with the times. That apart, there’s an interesting take on Flipkart after the Bansals and the Tatas’ likely interest in Jet Airways. Subscription Now
Forbes IndiaNovember Friday 23 2018
The cover story in this issue is on how Zomato co-founder Deepinder Goyal wants to transform the food delivery platform into a farm-to-fork play that supplies restaurants with ‘clean’ and ‘fresh’ produce. That apart, he is battling with competitor Swiggy to come up trumps in the food tech sector. There’s also a robust package on the Best Under A Billion companies and the Forbes 400 – which features the richest Americans. There’s a new No 1 there, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos who is worth $160 billion. Subscription Now
Forbes IndiaDecember Saturday 22 2018
The 2018 Forbes India Rich List gives more than a glimpse into the success stories of India’s wealthiest individuals. As the list of billionaires keeps getting longer, the cut-off to enter the top 100 keeps rising too. Eleven of the nation’s 100 richest saw their fortunes jump by $1 billion or more. While Biocon founder Kiran Maumdar-Shaw is the biggest gainer of 2018, the Turakhia brothers are the youngest on the list. This edition encapsulates their trials, tribulations and glory with in-depth stories and data. Subscription Now
Forbes IndiaNovember Friday 09 2018
The World’s best cloud companies, A depreciating rupee, rising oil pricess and fears of a liquidity crisis around NBFCs have reined in the bulld on india’s stockmarkets. Are the bears on the prowl?, Dabur Vs Patanjali veda wars, Grofers vs BigBasket: Horses for Courses, How Crisil went beyond ratings, India Inc says #METOO, Designs of the digital decorators, Being Abhinav Bindra Subscription Now
India Forbes October Friday 26 2018
India Forbes October Friday 12 2018
This edition of Tycoons of Tomorrow features an eclectic list of icons who have proven time and again that hard work, perseverance and dedication can take you places. With their accomplishments and zeal to learn, they are role models for those who harbour greater ambitions. Apart from such inspiring profiles, the issue also has an exclusive interview with Bill Gates in which he talks about his efforts to eradicate poverty. There’s also an interesting take on Amazon’s Jeff Bezos. Another highlight is an interview with South African internet giant Naspers CEO Bob van Dijk. Subscription Now
India Forbes September Friday 28 2018
The cover story of this issue delves into the ‘globalisation and specialisation’ strategy of Bajaj Auto, the world’s third largest motorcycle maker. It also looks at why it is a distant No 2 in motorcycles at home, the world’s largest market. In an exclusive interview with Forbes India, its managing director, Rajiv Bajaj, speaks about fixing the past, growing the present and urban mobility. That apart, there is a special package on healthtech technologies that are changing the way India responds to medical care. The other Muthoot, How Airbus is giving wings to Indian startups, Hello to Health Tech Subscription Now
India Forbes September Friday 14 2018
In this issue’s cover story Forbes India dwells into the exploding volume of personal loans in the country. Economists are worried about the dent this is creating in household savings; bedsides the dangers of lending to consumers with low credit scores. Also read our package on modern financial technology ventures and how they are evolving. Subscription Now
India Forbes August Sunday 26 2018
The Indian smartphone market is the latest battleground between Xiaomi and Samsung, where both brands are engaged in a slugfest for the top slot. The world’s top two players sparring in India is our cover story for this issue. This edition also has our annual marquee study, the Forbes India Super 50 list—a collection of companies with the best shareholder returns, sales growth and return on equity over three years. Subscription Now
India Forbes August Friday 17 2018
We look at the jobs that are likely to emerge soon and how graduates of the future can survive in a competitive landscape. The ambitious go-getters of Gen-Z are changing the work environment and the future workplace may be more gender balanced. Also, not to be missed is the feature on how the Mehras built the sanitary ware brand Jaquar and our Independence Day stories. Subscription Now
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Forbes India Fortnightly Magazine February 15 2019 Issue: 30 Under 30 achievers from 16 categories as diverse as sports, entertainment, ecommerce, science and technology. There are stories of young achievers who are already setting new benchmarks in their chosen fields and are poised for greater glory. Apart from these 30 profiles, there’s an interview with Housing.com co-founder Rahul Yadav who gives his key takeaways from his unceremonious exit. And there are also names and features of those who have made it to the US 30 Under 30 List.
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