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WhatsApp Startup India winners get $50,000 each

WhatsApp and Invest India announced the five winners of 'Startup India - WhatsApp Grand Challenge'. All five startup firms were handed $50,000 (approximately Rs 35 lakhs) each.

IIT-Delhi looking to incubate ideas, start-ups in deep learning: Here's how to apply

Selected candidates will get lodging for two years, funding support up to Rs 50 lakh to develop proof of Concept (PoC), technical and business support and access to investors and entrepreneurship support programs. Applications closing on April 30, 2019.


Tripura: CM Biplab Deb flags off Startup India Yatra van

The Startup India scheme has already started to show its benefits in Tripura, as 820 candidates have registered themselves on the StartUp India portal here and employment has been generated for nearly 4,000 persons.

Startup India: In first 30 months, 88 of 2,197 ventures got tax exemption

If the number of startups that had been recognised under the scheme is taken into account, the gap between the Startups recognized under the scheme and those that actually ended up receiving exemptions is far wider.

Gujarat ranked best state for startups in India, Maharashtra has the largest number

The DIPP announced rankings of states and Union Territories (UTs) for 2018 on the basis of the environment they've created for startups.

Of 281 listed products, only three biometric devices find buyers

Startup India is one of the top flagship initiatives of the central government for nurturing innovation and startups in the country.


Goa aims to be among top 25 start-up hubs in Asia by 2025

The government has said the policy will play a key role in facilitating an environment that is supportive and makes the start-ups both technologically innovative and globally competitive.

Sebi plans to relax start-up listing norms by next month

Sebi has decided to tweak the regulations to make them more attractive after incorporating some fresh suggestions from the industry and market players.

New Policies: Start-up initiative could jumpstart employment generation

During the initial plan periods, India pursued the trickle down strategy for mainstreaming millions of underprivileged, but didn’t achieve much success.

Fixing enterprise plumbing

A single number for a company — the unique enterprise number — is a welcome ease-of-doing-business intervention.