The used two wheeler ecommerce marketplace CredR has an office that represents its product – bikes and scooters – as a part of the office with elan. We got a sneak peak at the space, and here’s all the lowdown you need to know and the photos you need to see.
In a fresh cabinet reshuffle in the parliament, Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani has been removed from the post. Prakash Javadekar will be stepping in the position. Irani has been given the textiles ministry. Prime Minister Narendra Modi rejigged his council of ministers, inducting 19 new ministers in an exercise aimed both at pleasing voters in states headed for elections next year as well as speeding up efforts to boost economic growth. Five junior ministers…
Politicians commuting to work usually conjure images of ambassadors with a red light atop, surrounded by a convoy of more cars.
However, this MP decided to give a new spin to bike to work, by cycling all the way to the Rashtrapati Bhavan on a good ol’ bicycle.
Infosys is an Indian IT services and consulting powerhouse, with over 6 campuses and training centres across India, that employer over half a million people. What a lot of people are unclear on is how does such a mammoth organization such Infosys pay such a large workforce, allowing for performance variable while also keeping a constant. The resulting salary can be confusing even to an employee.
We have got it all down pat for you.
Google has emerged at the top of a list of the top places to work in India, according to a survey by the Great Places to Work Institute. It has regained its top position this year after being pushed to the no. 2 spot by RMSI last year.
If meal boxes can charge your phone these days, why not have a coffee with your “mug” on it?
That’s exactly what this San Francisco based company is doing with its revolutionary product, The Ripple Maker. Move over hand-drawn hearts and flowers on a steaming cup of cappuccino because the Ripple Maker embellishes your coffee by *printing* any image or text on frothed milk—even your face.
Ending all speculation about what Google’s latest android operating system would be called, the tech giant has announced the name. The Android N will be called “Nougat”.
In light of the campus hires from BITS and other institutes that were left high and dry after Grofers rescinded their offer letter, the latter has extended a public apology.
Withdrawn job offers have become sadly commonplace in Indian startups. Flipkart had sent shockwaves among top institutes after it had delayed the joining dates of students from IITs and IIMs. Several other companies, including Inmobi and Roadrunnr had followed suit. But Grofers seems to have gone the extra mile in cancelling the job offer it made to to student – and it has done it in what is possibly the worst imaginable way.
After naked restaurants, come naked offices. The last time a whole office went naked at work, it was for an April fool gag. This time it’s thanks to a president’s slip of tongue.
It comes after President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, 61, mixed up his words during a speech on new technology.