In a world where everyone around us want us to "think" and follow the conventional route to success, Varun Agarwal shares a very different mantra of success -- "Don't think." Varun shares his fascinating story of starting India's largest college merchandise company and becoming a bestselling author, while braving a certain 'Anu Aunty'. Here's his remarkable story
Download it here.
By Nidhi Verma and Manoj Kumar NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India plans to reform rules governing the level of discounts upstream state oil firms including … More »
By Devidutta Tripathy and Sujoy Dhar MUMBAI/KOLKATA (Reuters) - State Bank of India, the nation's top lender by assets, posted better-than-expected … More »
By Emma Batha CASABLANCA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - At the age of 14 Usha Choudhary was betrothed to a man she had never met. Choudhary wanted … More »
By Tommy Wilkes BARPAK, Nepal (Reuters) - Dressed in his brother's old British army fatigues, Mohan Ghale is rebuilding his mother's home stone by … More »
Kieron Pollard comments on his game. … More »
Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim faces a race against time to be fit for the one-off test against India next month after the wicketkeeper-batsman … More »