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And it starts with cutting the bureaucracy down to size.
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Wait, what happened to all the Start-up India buzz?
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Women's entrepreneurship in India has evolved at a slow rate. From the vast majority of women entrepreneurs being engaged in labour-intensive, food-based businesses, they now have a presence in almost all the prominent sectors of the economy. In order to make this transition, female entrepreneurs have worked hard in overcoming certain unique societal problems. Fortunately, the signs are clear that better days are ahead.
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In order to provide an impetus to the Indian entrepreneurial landscape, the government launched the "Startup India, Standup India" campaign on 16 January, 2016. The initiative aims to set up a network of startups and provide a new dimension to entrepreneurship in the country. Meanwhile, Swaniti Initiative, a non-profit organisation working on data insights, took a closer look at state-level performance on startup friendly policies, examining different variables that are important for businesses. Here are some findings.
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MUMBAI -- As the Centre's ambitious start-up mission got underway, Rahul Gandhi today trained his guns on the Narendra Modi government, saying there is a contradiction in pushing for start-ups and bei...
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NEW DELHI -- Government in the Budget next month will announce a friendly tax regime that will encourage setting up of startups in the country, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Saturday. "We have...
MUMBAI -- In sync with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Startup India initiative, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today assured small business men and venture investors that he will take necessary step...