In possibly a first since ‘cow politics’ started dominating the cultural discourse in India, Star India-owned digital content streaming platform …
Statement of Ethics
Remember Orkut? That pre-Facebook social network, launched in 2004, where people left saccharine-sweet ‘testimonials’ on each other’s walls and strange …
Fields of View is crafting games to help policymakers, economic stakeholders, governments and citizens understand the nuances of policymaking.
The person behind posters advertising ‘VC for Startups’ in ‘Peak Bangalore’ is not the only one using subversion as street art in the city.
Can TVF survive the storm and the crisis in leadership, with such strong allegations being made against founder Arunabh Kumar?
Young ecologists use machine learning to prove that more birds are endangered in the Western Ghats than we know
Using freely available data and machine-learning, ecologists prove 17 bird species in the Western Ghats face graver risks of extinction than supposed
Taste communities vs echo chambers
AI can disrupt travel in a big way, believes Ithaka, a Bangalore-based startup that has created a travel-planning app based …
Everyone seems to be ignoring MLNP and other sex-tech startups — maybe because they see it as the domain of mainstream porn and don’t want to touch it.
Barely 24 hours after news reports claimed that Mumbai Police were ready to close the investigation into harassment charges against …
‘Keep Us Online,’ says a new campaign by the Internet Freedom Foundation against internet shutdowns in India
Through the campaign, the activists aim to demonstrate that internet shutdowns are not really effective and create huge disruptions in the lives of people.
The Americanism “For here or to go” sums up the dilemma faced by software professionals in the US for an indefinite period. Are they for here, or to go?
Ex-employees say TVF doesn’t abide by anti-sexual harassment policies as laid down by the government’s Vishakha Guidelines
What is the end game here? No one knows. But hey, technology is awesome, and it will make women safer!
The fund’s managing partner Tanmay Bhargava says it will invest in early-stage startups in India’s tier-2 cities, not the ‘startup-friendly’ metropolises.