articles by Sunainaa Chadha


Damaged cars, assault and blackmail: Terrified Uber drivers stay off Mumbai roads fearing attacks

On Thursday, Uber issued a statement requesting its users for support after a few "politically motivated" groups publicly threatened to shut down aggregator services.


App-only Myntra wants to be the Facebook of fashion: Personalised, social and mobile-specific

Myntra plans to introduce features such as a virtual wardrobe with pictures of users' clothes and image searches


Uproar over Robert Vadra's Facebook post to Rahul's rage: Biggest highlights of Parliament on Day 3

On a given day, Parliament works for six hours. Rough estimates peg the working cost of the two Houses at Rs. 2.5 lakh per minute.With practically no business being transacted in its first three days, the Monsoon Session appears to be headed for a washout, wasting crores of money because of adjournments.


What #MumbaiRains taught me: Good old Kaali Peeli is still better than Uber

There is nothing wrong if Uber charges 'surge pricing' to ensure there are more drivers on the road when riders need them most.


Foreign NGO double standard? Modi sarkar, Ford Foundation call a truce

Lobbying by the US government and direct intervention by the PMO seems to have finally worked in favour of one of the top international funding organisations. The Modi government, under pressure from the US has now allowed Ford Foundation to partially resume operations in India.


After Ratan Tata, now Vodafone's Arun Sarin: Ola ropes in corporate biggies to take on Uber

Bangalore-based Ola Cabs is doing all that it can to battle Uber in a highly-competitive Indian market— be it slashing of fares, territorial expansion with operations in 200 cities, investment from India Inc stalwart and hiring of high-profile corporate executives.