FFS announced by PM Modi in 2016 under the Startup India programme has so far committed Rs 3,123.20 crore (same since last year) to the 47 AIFs who have raised a corpus fund of Rs 25,728 crore and put Rs 3,378.47 crore in 320
As part of its steps to support budding entrepreneurs, the PM Narendra Modi government on April 21 will launch a new service, Twitter Seva, to address various queries of startups in India in a timebound manner.
With the aim to boost the growing start up community across the globe, mobile solutions provider U2opia Mobile, has launched Foneverify, a mobile authentication solution that verifies users in real time.
Terming the initiatives like 'Make in India' and 'Startup India' as "much overplayed", industrialist Rajan Bharti Mittal today said the fact on the ground remains that it is "rather difficult" to do business specially for sta
India's future as a technology powerhouse and its plans to connect India's 600,000 villages to the Internet through the PM Narendra Modi boosted Digital India programme were the focus of a roundtable of top American and India
In a move to help the fledgling breed of Indian entrepreneurs, RBI today said it plans to smoothen flow of funds to start-ups by allowing them to get foreign venture capital without any curbs and enable easier transfer of sha
Highlighting benefits of the just- announced Crop Insurance Scheme, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said awareness about it should be spread across the country so that at least 50 per cent of the farmers join it within two
The Rs 10,000 crore Fund of Funds is the most controversial. While on the outside it looks like a great move, the fact that the government is looking to invest tax payers’ hard earned money in VC funds is absurd. The gover
Twitter today said thousands of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are advertising on its platform, making India one of its fastest growing SMB market across the world with average monthly spend per advertiser growing 6
Pitching for significant changes in norms governing venture capital and private equity funds, a Sebi panel has recommended favourable tax regime and steps to bring in long-term funds from domestic and overseas investors.
The Rs 10,000-crore fund announced in the Startup India policy by Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to be the force multiplier that may boost investments many times into this segment, industry experts believe, even as