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June 26, 2016 12:58:14 IST
From Bathinda to Bengaluru, 88 firms make it to start-up fundThese start-ups are different from the ones that have made it big in India.Subhayan Chakraborty reports. Aum Project Engineers, Biomatiques Identification Solutions and Biomed Innovation are among 88 young companies, most of whom have names ending with 'solutions' or 'innovations', that have made it to the government's first list of firms to benefit from the Rs 10,000 crore (Rs 100 billion) 'fund of funds' for start-ups. The Small Industries Development Bank of India-backed corpus was announced ...
To tackle 'jungle Raj', Nitish forms industrial security forceBihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Wednesday lamented that a section of people start "chanting" 'Jungle Raj' after every incident of crime in the state and said the government has decided to set up a battalion for safeguarding banks and other such establishments. Without naming the Bharatiya Janata Party or its allies in the National Democratic Alliance, Kumar said, "Nowdays a few people are gripped with the fever of chanting 'Jungle Raj' after every incident of crime. If crime ...
Why India Inc still fears MNCsBusiness reacted with caution to the reforms of 1991, and demanded protection from multinationals and imports.Twenty-five years later, traces of that demand can still be found, reports Bhupesh Bhandari. August 31, 1991 was a hot and humid Saturday in New Delhi. While people went about their routines, businessmen started to queue up at 7 Race Course Road, the residence of Prime Minister P V Narasimha Rao, in the morning. This was Rao's first interaction with business after he had taken charge ...