There was a time when people had to exchange things for the things they needed. We then moved to currency money, which became easier to manage and store when banks came into the picture. Then we had the glossy plastic credit and debit cards of course, which made our lives smooth as butter. Now, there is a new wave of innovation in the . . .
Just imagine if you had a chance to invest in the IT sector in the 1970s and 80s, or say in Google in 1998, or in Facebook in 2003. Sounds like an idea that can make you rich? This is where Renewable Energy is at right now. It might still seem nascent at this point but there is rarely any doubt that it will be huge.
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Barely two decades ago, banks used to function in a way that would almost be Jurassic by today’s standards. It is a great testimony to India’s economic and technological progress that most urban Indians have probably forgotten what it meant to stand in a queue at the bank for hours to withdraw, deposit or remit money. There are millions of . . .