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Tamil Nadu- A State with a New Outlook towards Start-ups

Known famously as the “Detroit of India” for its extremely feasible opportunities and benefits for start-ups and MSMEs, Tamil Nadu is fast emerging as the most preferred hub for young and enthusiastic entrepreneurs and professionals keen to explore new business avenues. The New Entrepreneur cum Enterprise Development Scheme (NEEDS) was ...

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Kerala Start-Up Mission: Fostering Young Entrepreneurs

Kerala Startup Mission (KSUM) is India’s first business and non-academic incubator. It has been in operations since 2007. The government of India, Technopark and the Department of Science and Technology (DST), have together established to help technology business startups, known as Technopark Technology Business Incubator (T-TBI). KSUM is hosted and ...

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Broadband Highways: Challenges and Opportunities

Digital India’s success depends upon the successful implementation of its first program among its nine program – Broadband Highways. This is a challenge for the government but an opportunity for business and start-ups, and a much needed empowering tool for the common people. It has three sub-parts: 1. Broadband for ...

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NASSCOM Providing Funds to Startups up to 2 Crore

10,000 startups program has been there for over two years now since it was launched in 2013. It is an initiative by the National Association of Software & Services Companies (NASSCOM) to provide adequate support including incubation facilities, funding and infrastructure facilities to 10,000 technology startups in India by the year ...

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Google will provide Wi-Fi to 500 Indian Railway Stations

Google will probably provide Wi-Fi services to 500 Indian railway stations staring from next year as it is going to collaborate with Indian Railways, Modi said after visiting the headquarters of the Google. During his visit to Google’s headquarters, he was given a presentation of Google Earth in which his ...

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Modi’s Foreign Policy Team

Indian Vascodagamian (because he loves leaving Indian shores frequently) Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken the full command of Indian foreign policy since his coming into power last year. Modi has visited 25 countries in 16 months – this is his second ongoing visit to the USA.  It seems India’s ...

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