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Govt taps startups but cutting through red tape a key hurdle

BENGALURU : A couple of weeks back, Pentagon chief Mark Esper said the US military needs help from private firms and universities to win the artificial intelligence (AI) race…

CL Educate to invest in campus-based startups

NEW DELHI: CL Educate Limited (CL), an ed-tech company, is investing Rs 30 crore in early-stage startups based of campuses. CL is looking at investing Rs 5 to 50 lakh in each…

Govt Urges Corporates, Startups To Adopt Digital Villages For CSR

The union minister for electronics, information technology and communication, Ravi Shankar Prasad, on Saturday (November 9) requested corporates to adopt digital villages as part of their corporate social…

52 startups in India are potential unicorns

BENGALURU : Bengaluru: The first eight months of the year saw the birth of seven unicorns in India’s startup ecosystem, software industry body Nasscom said in a report, even as 52…

Startups to get 10-year waiver from regulatory filings

New Delhi: India proposes to let startups issue sweat equity and grant additional exemptions as it eases norms for them under the Companies Act with a view to boost entrepreneurship…

Funding in Indian startups this week (28 Oct-02 Nov)

This week 11 Indian startups raised funding, of which 9 received a total sum of about $210 million. Among them, MX Player raised the highest funding of $111…

‘Startups need to stop looking at jobs from a short-term perspective’

India needs more domestic and traditional capital infusion in order to boost jobs, and create opportunities for the skilled workforce, Sudhir Sethi, partner at venture fund Chiratae Ventures said in a joint…

InnovationQore’s Turbostart Invites Applications From Startups For Its First Cohort

The burgeoning Indian startup ecosystem has attracted plenty of industry bodies and agencies that have supported innovators, entrepreneurs, and founders at all stages. From incubators and accelerators to…

China’s ‘unicorn’ startups exceed US number for first time

China now has more privately-held startups valued by investors at over USD 1 billion than the US, a report said on October 21. There were 206 Chinese firms…

Meet the 26 Indian tech startups who successfully pitched at NASSCOM’s Japan VC network

For decades, India and Japan, the two Asian countries with a growing pool of startups, are known to have shared friendly bilateral relations; something that has, in turn, even shaped…