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The Successful Indian Tech Companies You’ve Probably Never Heard Of - Digits - WSJ
Sep 4, 2015 | WSJ |By ADAM NAJBERG.

An index capturing the 30 most-valuable Indian software product-makers has risen by 28% in eight months since Oct. 30, a report released by iSpirt, which puts together the index, said Thursday.

These companies, as estimated by iSpirt, were worth a total of $10 billion at the end of June.

“There has been an acceleration since 2010 in the pace of creation of B2B (business-to-business) companies,” the report said.
India  start_ups  technology  associations  LBMA  Indians 
september 2015 by jerryking
Ginger Scented Lemon Soda (Nimbu Pani) Rimmed With Chaat Masala and Rock Salt ~ The Tiffin Box
Ginger Scented Lemon Soda (Nimbu Pani) Rimmed With Chaat Masala and Rock Salt
Published on: 21:17 by Michelle Peters - Jones

salt, pepper, min/ lemon/lime, sparkling water.) - soda pain
recipes  drinks  beverages  summertime  Indians 
august 2015 by jerryking
Dindigul Thalappakattu Biriyani: The best biryani in Toronto - The Globe and Mail
The Globe and Mail
Published Friday, Mar. 20 2015

He makes biryani, the one-pot, special-occasions dish of layered, slow-cooked rice, spice and meat that is often called Indian cooking’s highest achievement. Even today, he still gets would-be customers who come looking for samosas or roti and leave in a huff.
restaurants  restaurant_reviews  Toronto  cuisine  Chris_Nuttall-Smith  one-pot  Indians  rice 
march 2015 by jerryking
Want to kickstart the Canadian economy? Try "indovation", says U of T prof | U of T News
January 26, 2015 | U of T News | Terry Lavender.

Professor Dilip Soman heads up U of T's India Innovation Institute. He explains how necessity can be the mother of innovation. Indovation is a portmanteau of the words “Indian” and “innovation” and it means taking existing constraints – such as a shortage of funds or raw materials – into account when developing a response to actual problems.... “Frugality is at the essence of it,” Soman says. “In India, unless you can drive down costs, your idea is a non-starter.

“For example, mobile banking. That’s a classic ‘indovation’. It came about as a response to a particular problem, and it was developed in India and adopted in the west,” says Soman.

we’re working on developing a dataset on reverse innovation; the idea that innovations that have developed in the global south can be scaled back to the western world,” Soman says. “We have white papers on several topics: crowd-funding, agriculture, and retail and investment opportunities. The goal is to build up a database of information that both researchers as well as practitioners can use.”
constraints  innovation  India  Rotman  uToronto  trickle-up  frugality  necessity  reverse_innovation  jugaad  Bottom_of_the_Pyramid  datasets  Indians 
february 2015 by jerryking
India Launches First Homegrown Aircraft Carrier -
August 12, 2013 | WSJ| ByNIHARIKA MANDHANA in New Delhi and JOSH CHIN
in Beijing
India  maritime  security_&_intelligence  naval  Indian_Ocean  Indians 
august 2013 by jerryking
Spiced-rubbed pork tenderloin with roasted apple compote - The Globe and Mail
Lucy Waverman

Special to The Globe and Mail

Published Saturday, Nov. 17 2012,
pork  recipes  Lucy_Waverman  spices  Indians 
february 2013 by jerryking
Rakesh Jhunjhunwala: “I am a risk-taker” - The Globe and Mail
Rakesh Jhunjhunwala: “I am a risk-taker”

Special to The Globe and Mail

Published Thursday, Jan. 24 2013
high_net_worth  moguls  India  entrepreneur  Africa  risk-taking  Indians 
january 2013 by jerryking
Indian-Spiced Cauliflower, Potatoes and Chickpeas
Last line.

"4. Stir in vegetables. Cover and boil, stirring occasionally, for 5 minutes or until water is absorbed."
recipes  spices  potatoes  cauliflower  chickpeas  vegetarian  Indians 
november 2012 by jerryking
CTV News | How to break into the Indian market
March 14, 2012 | The Globe and Mail |BRYAN BORZYKOWSKI.
market_entry  FDI  Indians 
april 2012 by jerryking
Spinach_Zucchini Curry and Cucumber Raita
Ingredients for Raita - Greek feta cheese, cucumber, yoghurt, spring onions, 'fat-leaf' coriander, salt and fresh-milled black pepper, mustard seeds, sweet onion (chopped), dollops of yogurt plus salted yogurt drink.
recipes  spinach  curries  cucumbers  vegetarian  Indians 
march 2012 by jerryking
Indian coconut rice - The Globe and Mail
christine day
The Globe and Mail
Published Sunday, Mar. 01, 1998
coconuts  rice  recipes  Indians 
october 2011 by jerryking
Chef Vikram Vij's Chicken Curry Pulao - The Globe and Mail
vikram vij
From Saturday's Globe and Mail
Published Friday, Aug. 26, 2011
Vikram_Vij  curries  chicken  recipes  Indians 
october 2011 by jerryking
History classes that offer management lessons for the present and future; The last word-
Jul 15, 2011. Financial Times. pg. 10 Morgen Witzel.
In their book Built to Last , Jim Collins and Jerry Porras identified a
strong and enduring system of values rooted in a company's history and
culture as one of the distinguishing features of long-lived successful

But there are few companies and executives that have such awareness of
the past. ...The Tata group, for example, stresses the importance of
history and continuity. Its executives often look back to the examples
of Jamsetji Tata, the founding leader, and J.R.D. Tata, the last leader
but one. Faced with the problems of today, what would those leaders have
ProQuest  organizational_culture  lessons_learned  awareness  case_studies  history  Tata  McKinsey  Jim_Collins  Indians 
july 2011 by jerryking
Corporate India Finds Greener Pastures—in Africa -
November 4, 2010 | BusinessWeek | By Mehul Srivastava and
Subramaniam Sharma. To avoid stiff competition and red tape at home,
companies are looking across the Indian Ocean
Africa  India  FDI  Indians 
november 2010 by jerryking
The Many Menus of Mumbai
DECEMBER 18, 2009 | Wall Street Journal | By STAN SESSER
restaurants  restaurant_reviews  India  travel  Mumbai  Indians 
december 2009 by jerryking
Business Prophet
JANUARY 23, 2006 | Business Week | By Pete Engardio. Strategy
guru C.K. Prahalad is changing the way CEOs think. Prahalad's 2004 work
on the topic that today's needy masses are the future of the global
economy. His book, The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid, has been
hailed as one of the most important business books in recent years and
turned Prahalad into a celebrity in the field of international
development. Trickle-up innovation.
trickle-up  strategy  India  reverse_innovation  C.K._Prahalad  management_consulting  gurus  Bottom_of_the_Pyramid  Indians  global_economy  low-income 
december 2009 by jerryking
India's Next Global Export: Innovation
Dec. 2, 2009 | BusinessWeek | By Reena Jana. A Hindi slang
word, jugaad (pronounced "joo-gaardh") translates to an improvisational
style of innovation driven by scarce resources and attention to a
customer's immediate needs, not their lifestyle wants. It captures how
Tata Group, Infosys, and other Indian corporations have gained
international stature. The term seems likely to enter the lexicon of
mgmt. consultants, mingling with Six Sigma, total quality, lean, and
kaizen, the Japanese term for continuous improvement. Like previous
mgmt. concepts, Indian-style innovation could be a fad. Moreover,
because jugaad essentially means inexpensive invention on the fly, it
can imply cutting corners, disregarding safety, or providing shoddy
service. "Jugaad means 'Somehow, get it done,' even if it involves
corruption," cautions M.S. Krishnan, a Ross b- school professor.
"Companies have to be careful. They have to pursue jugaad with
regulations and ethics in mind." Trickle-up innovation.
trickle-up  India  globalization  innovation  cheap_revolution  Tata  reverse_innovation  Bottom_of_the_Pyramid  jugaad  improvisation  inexpensive  Indians 
december 2009 by jerryking
Indian Firms Shift Focus to the Poor
Oct 20, 2009 | Wall Street Journal pg. A.1 | by Eric Bellman.
With the developed world mired in a slump and the developing world
still growing quickly, companies are focusing on how to innovate, and
profit, by going straight to the bottom rung of the economic ladder.
They are taking advantage of cheap research and development and low-cost
manufacturing to innovate for a market that's grown large enough and
sophisticated enough to make it worthwhile. Instead of using
traditional supply chains, many companies are distributing through rural
self-help groups and micro-lenders that are already plugged into
villages. And while profit margins are slim, companies are counting on
volume to compensate. Many hope to sell to other poor and underserved
markets in Asia and Africa eventually. Trickle-up innovation.
trickle-up  underserved  reverse_innovation  emerging_markets  socioeconomic  Bottom_of_the_Pyramid  jugaad  developed_countries  supply_chains  manufacturers  R&D  microlending  microfinance  low-cost  Indians  low-income 
november 2009 by jerryking
South Indian Eggplant Curry
April 2, 2008 | New York Times | Adapted from Roopa Kalyanaraman
recipes  eggplants  curries  Indians 
october 2009 by jerryking
How to Win the Spelling Bee -
JUNE 3, 2009 | Wall Street Journal | By JAMES MAGUIRE. You don't have to be Indian. But it seems to help.
education  aspirations  howto  spelling  students  contests  Indian-Americans  Indians 
june 2009 by jerryking
Save the world: Eat less
?? | The Globe and Mail | VIKRAM VIJ. Recipe for Eggplant and Papaya Curry.
Vikram_Vij  recipes  curries  eggplants  Indians 
june 2009 by jerryking
Spicing Up Your Life - TIME
Monday, May. 03, 2004 | TIME Magazine | By Sanjay Gupta;Stephanie Smith. Benefits of cumin, curry, cardamon and chili pepper.
spices  healthy_lifestyles  food  condiments  seasonings  chilis  Indians 
june 2009 by jerryking
U.S. Start-Ups Set Sights on India -
SEPTEMBER 18, 2007 | Wall Street Journal | by REBECCA BUCKMAN.
An increasing number of high-tech start-ups are basing their operations
in the U.S. but setting their sights on Indian customers.
Rebecca_Buckman  start_ups  India  globalization  BRIC  international_marketing  Indians 
may 2009 by jerryking
Hot Indian Flavour for cold nights
March 3, 2007 Lucy Waverman article with recipes for Wild
Mushroom Soup with Curry Spices, Rajastani Lamb Shanks, and Rice pudding
Mushroom_Soup  Lamb  Rice_Pudding  Lucy_Waverman  recipes  soups  Indians 
january 2009 by jerryking
Worldchanging: Harnessing the Indian Diaspora
this article is about Indian efforts to tap into the knowledge, experience and wealth of Indian expats:
Indians  Diaspora  expatriates 
january 2009 by jerryking

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