Tag: India’s

The 5 startups The /Nudge Foundation has chosen to solve India’s biggest problems: poverty, hygiene, and education

Through its incubation programmes, N/Core tech and N/Core, Bengaluru-based The /Nudge Foundation aims to support 30-40 early stage non-profits every year. It is currently accepting new applications. The N1 cohort With…

How Are India’s Biggest EdTech Startups Winning Students? By Treating It Like A Game

For every teacher, there are often 30 or more students in an average Indian school classroom. (Prasad Gori/Hindustan Times via Getty Images) Not everyone excels or develops in…

New lifestyle of India’s rich and famous: Invest in startups

Family offices in India still allocate 1% or less of their portfolio capital to start ups, as opposed to their peers in China. Almost a decade after he…

From Wall Art to Talking Glasses, Meet Intel India’s Hardware Startups

HIGHLIGHTS Intel started the Plugin accelerator last year It’s intended to help hardware startups grow in India Intel held a demo for prototypes and products from 12 of…

India’s Internet Users to Double to 829 Million by 2021, Says Cisco

Digital transformation will take India’s internet users from 373 million (28 percent of population) in 2016 to 829 million (59 percent of the Indian population) in 2021, global…

India’s Internet Users to Double to 829 Million by 2021, Says Cisco

Digital transformation will take India’s internet users from 373 million (28 percent of population) in 2016 to 829 million (59 percent of the Indian population) in 2021, global…

Trai expresses concern over India’s low broadband penetration

New Delhi: Telecom regulator Trai on Wednesday said demonetisation has accelerated digital transactions in the country, but expressed concern over India trailing nations like Singapore and Malaysia at…

The verdict is out! Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 is India’s favourite smartphone

New Delhi: The verdict is out! The fans and customers have spoken – Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 is the most popular smartphone in India. According to Antutu, the…

Dealers are using India’s version of Amazon to sell meth, ecstasy and bath salts

Basmati rice? Check. Pipe wrenches? Check. Human hair by the kilo? Check. And would you like to add 1,000 plastic combs for just $29? If someone will buy…