Weekly Wrap-up: SMS Train Tickets, Flipkart’s Letsbuy acquisition, Yahoo desperation & more
Here are some of the popular posts published last week on Trak.in.
In what could be a boon to millions of Indian Railway travelers, Indian Railways have announced that a simple IRCTC SMS confirmation will be treated as a valid ticket for traveling.
Did you know that Indians are not only most aware of Wikipedia workings, but are also most willing to make a donation to this non-profit organization as revealed by their latest survey.
Taking into consideration the shortage of Doctors in rural India, center is mulling to have a compulsory 1 year rural stint for all Indian Medical students stretching MBBS course years from existing five and half to six and half.
Social Media is increasingly playing an important role customer acquisition for Businesses – Here are some tips that will help you to rise above the competition.
Being thrifty is not always a good thing – Infact, high savings rate is actually quite bad for economy.
Thanks to 100% FDI in Single Brand Retail, likes of IKEA are soon expected to launch in India. Here is what IKEA may change the furniture Industry in India.
More and more India women are now heading successful businesses – Here are 5 qualities of top women in India corporates.
Now, this is a clear sign of desperation from Yahoo – Last week visitors to Yahoo mail homepage were presented with a full page Fastrack Ad.
In mobile handset segment, Smartphone category growth registered 61% rise in 2011 as compared to shipments in 2010.
The biggest news of last week was obviously Flipkart’s acquisition of Letsbuy – Looks like consolidation has already started in Indian Ecommerce space.
In a move to attract mobile developers towards their platform, Blackberry is offering them free Blackberry Playbook for developers who will repackage Android Apps into Blackberry Apps.
Here are the 5 top selling Indian Novels of all times.
If you are business and you have received negative online reviews or feedback about your products – Here are tips to deal with them.
In yet another news in Indian Ecommerce space, Amazon.com has received Govt. nod to set up a courier service in India for its online marketplace