Imagenation | Outlook Business
Home  /  Pixtory  |  Imagenation | Outlook Business

Imagenation

Bridging the gap
With the first stone laid for the Mumbai Trans-Harbour Link, the distance between mainland Mumbai and Navi Mumbai is set to shrink

All in a day’s work

The lockdown has made citizens stay cooped up in their homes, but thousands of labourers have been forced to take to the streets

APR 01 , 2020

Yes, no, maybe

As Yes Bank hits a dead end after a year-long turmoil, the government turns once again to SBI for help 

MAR 11 , 2020

Eco-berthing

Shipping has turned a shade greener, with vessels plugging into renewable energy at Indian ports

FEB 25 , 2020

Viral fear

The outbreak of coronavirus in China is also bad news for the Indian economy, just like the rest of the world

FEB 13 , 2020

Electric future

Even as the coronavirus fear dampens the mood at Auto Expo 2020, the industry looks towards a greener future  

FEB 06 , 2020

Powered-up

Home to world’s largest solar power park, India is a step closer to low carbon-emission goal

FEB 05 , 2020

Bridging the gap

With the first stone laid for the Mumbai Trans-Harbour Link, the distance between mainland Mumbai and Navi Mumbai is set to shrink

JAN 22 , 2020

Greenie in a tuk-tuk

E-rickshaws brought us a step closer to responsible travelling, but can we do better?

JAN 14 , 2020

Sinking ship

The annual Pushkar Fair could lose its star attraction, the ship of the desert

NOV 19 , 2019

Rare air

Delhi may be choking, but one company has found a ‘fresh’ way to cash in

NOV 18 , 2019

Slippery slope

India’s palm oil industry is in urgent need of renewed plans and ambition

OCT 31 , 2019

Capital advantage

Bengaluru may be known as the tech city of the country, but a recent report sheds light on how the capital is gaining an edge when it comes to start-ups

OCT 17 , 2019

Move over, coal

The Indian coal sector is facing growing risks on the back of oversupply and shift towards cleaner options

SEP 13 , 2019

Rubble trouble

Poor quality of construction and shoddy execution has come back to haunt Kolkata  

SEP 10 , 2019

Trumpet territory

Plans to set up an elephant reserve in Chhattisgarh is making environmentalists cheer and the Centre fret

AUG 29 , 2019

Slowdown Blues

A spanner has been thrown in the auto industry works and it is cause for concern

AUG 22 , 2019

Colours of freedom

The only organisation officially licensed to make the Tiranga holds aloft the founding spirit of the nation

Anwesha Mitra | AUG 14 , 2019

Not an act of God

Despite a written code, our buildings and other structures fail to meet basic construction standards killing thousands every year

Rishabh Bhatnagar | JUL 24 , 2019

Use, throw, choke, repeat

India’s plastic problem is growing, and states hardly seem to care enough to report how bad it’s getting

JUL 17 , 2019

Choppy Waters

Easing monsoon deficit holds promise for farmers, but the rain gods may be too late

JUL 10 , 2019

Without a pinch of salt

Is desalination the answer to India's water woes?

JUN 28 , 2019

Channeling hope

KCR’s pet project plans to allay Telangana’s water shortage fears

JUN 21 , 2019

Lunar Dreams

India’s space exploration is headed for a new horizon with the launch of Chandrayaan-2

JUN 17 , 2019

Playing the odds

It’s the biggest cricket event of the year and stakes are high not just for the teams or fans. Thousands of punters are going to win or lose big

Rishabh Bhatnagar | JUN 06 , 2019