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Exchanges, crypto startups hold their breath ahead of Supreme Court hearing

It was December 2017, and there was a mad rush for Bitcoins. Prices of the cryptocurrency touched a high of $20,000 in the global market, and Indian crypto…

Most Indian Startups Create Jobs, Clone Western Ideas and Close Down Due to Lack of Funds

New Delhi: The Indian startup space is a throbbing job-generator, however, mere replication of Western ideas and lack of technical innovation is forcing venture capitalists to restrict funding ,…

Bhamashah Techno Fund: Meet The 7 Startups Funded By Rajasthan’s Bhamashah Techno Fund

“I firmly believe that to build a successful and perfect startup ecosystem, the factors required are government policies and regulations, capital resource, knowledge resource, human resource, infrastructure, and…

Fintech, SaaS, AI help B2B startups gain momentum in India

B2B startups have come into the reckoning with a growing number of investors keen on putting their money in these companies, in a great boost to the ecosystem …

Zone Startups India launches Next Big Idea contest to help startups enter Canada

Zone Startups India is set to launch the sixth edition of the Next BIG Idea Contest, a flagship program of the tech accelerator. This contest, first started in…

Check out the top VC investments in tech startups this week

Several tech startups had a reason to celebrate this week as they managed to attract venture capital investments. These included bus aggregator Shuttl getting a big cheque from online…

Amazon spurs delivery startups with shot at $300,000 profit

Amazon is also offering qualifying military veterans $10,000 in reimbursements to get their own delivery business started. Amazon.com Inc.’s ever-expanding retail empire is going to need more workers…

Indian startups at war against humanity’s greatest enemy – ‘Bullet’ against superbugs on target

Bugworks became the first company in Asia to receive investment from CARB-X, the U.S. government’s main funding vehicle for the fight against superbugs Anand Anandkumar’s father was a…

At the epicenter of a war, Indian antibiotic startups are fighting back

Last year, Bugworks became the first company in Asia to receive investment from CARB-X, the US government’s main funding vehicle for the fight against superbugs. Anand Anandkumar’s father…

Startup Street: Are Women-Founded Startups A Better Bet?

This week on Startup Street, we have a Boston Consulting Group’s study which shows that women-led startups may be a good bet for investors. Three things Prime Minister…