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Server market to grow 7 per cent

While the x86 server market in India is witnessing a revenue growth, the traditional non x86 servers market is declining in terms of revenue year on year (YoY).

New Zealand end 40-year wait to reach final


It was a case of seventh time lucky for the Kiwis, condemned for so long to be the bridesmaids of cricket.

Dropped catch will ‘haunt’ Pakistan

Pakistan could make a match of it right up to the point that Rahat Ali dropped Shane Watson when Australia were 80/3

The Pakistani batsmen were spooked by some authentic quick bowling by the Australian fast bowlers.

Rohit Sharma a mix of substance & style


In the era of the big hitters, Rohit Sharma has a unique record as the only scorer of two double hundreds in ODIs.

DGCA to develop norms for drones

Delays in catching up with emerging technologies have cost Indian business many millions in the past.

Fasten seat belts, savour knockouts


The knockouts are here. It may have taken a month to eliminate six teams in the preliminary league. By the end of Saturday, only four teams will be left in the World Cup.

Shakib revives spin revolution

Shakib Al Hasan (left) celebrates after dismissing Brendon McCullum on Friday.  	— AFP

Opening the bowling with a spinner is as old as the three card-trick of the card sharp operating at street corners.

Marathons spur sportswear mart

The increasing interest in running events like marathons across India is giving a leg up to the fitness and sports wear market.

Auto sector is the biggest spender in IT


Automotive sector is the innovator and biggest spender in digitization initiatives and IT across the industry segments.

An engineer turns green warrior

Varun Sridhar, founder of Greenvironment

As a kid, Varun Sridhar was a green warrior. So passionate was he about environment that the Kerala lad wanted to do things that protect the nature when he grows up.

It has now become apparent to the Narendra Modi government that the manner in which it sought to amend the law relating to acquisition of land is not politically feasible.

If a law has not worked well on the ground, do you toss it out or try and improve its implementation?