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Start-up born in a Pune garage, protecting data across world

"This is one big, big part of the data protection and data management story. When we say we are into data protection, we don’t mean just backup. It means being able to protect your data from different kinds of attacks," says Milind Borate.

Rent A Boy|Friend – helping women “avoid” & “cure” depression one boyfriend at a time

“Most girls who are fat and ugly face the wrath of guys and society at large. So, we train our boys to be polite to such people.” Kind, non-judgmental men, who can also help you deal with depression. Everything a woman wants.

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Look who’s starting up

The global start-up landscape is still dominated by the West. But a visible shift is underway.

Working It Out: 7 things to remember before you start-up

A start-up is not just about breaking even, it is more about breaking the odds.

Govt likely to tweak its tax holiday for start-ups

Proposals warranting changes in the current legislative framework for building on the January 16 package is likely to figure in the amendments to the Finance Bill to be moved as part of the Budget, sources said.

For student start-ups, govt to create single window system

The minister made this announcement after a two-hour meeting with the founders of over 40 start-ups in the state. The agenda of the meeting was to find ways to promote start-ups in Gujarat.

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Startups and intolerance can't go together: Rahul Gandhi

The Congress Vice President lashed out at BJP and RSS and accused them of having a 'rigid' vision for India.

Be your own leader

Entrepreneurial development has emerged as an important factor for growth of the economy and students are looking at it as a strong career option

Bengaluru sees a wave of health tech start-ups as innovaters turn life savers

In a city brimming with IT start ups, new collaborations between engineers, doctors and designers have jump started a small wave of start ups focussed on saving lives.

Start-up listing norms: Turning on the funding tap

Easing of norms by the Securities and Exchange Board of India for listing of start-ups in domestic bourses is likely to discourage such firms from rushing to overseas markets to raise funds.

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