Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday said the new "Start-Up India" scheme of PM Narendra Modi to promote and nurse entrepreneurship will ensure minimum interference from the government with attractive tax incentives.
At the Startup India event here, Japan-headquartered SoftBank, which has pumped in $2 billion into Indian startups, will step-up such investments as it potentially sees the country driving the global growth in this century, t
Live: Hours before the launch of an action plan on 'Start-up India',the government on Saturday envisaged for itself the role of only a "facilitator" for investments, promising to cut the maze of red tape...
On the eve of the launch of 'Start-Up' campaign by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, President Pranab Mukherjee said on Friday that India has "woken up" too late on it and owned up responsibility for the delay...
Startup India, Stand up India: As the government readies an action plan for startups, an investors' body today sought tax incentives on investments and easier norms for opening and closure of a company to give a boost to such
The Congress on Wednesday sought to wrest credit for the 'Startup India' initiative from the government, saying it conceived the policy blueprint even though Prime Minister Narendra Modi was claiming credit.
Inspired by blockbuster film series 'Mission Impossible', billionaire industrialist Anil Ambani today said India has got its own economic version of MI series in form of missions like 'Make in India'...
Startup founders, venture capitalists, angel investors and CEOs will join Prime Minister Narendra Modi on January 16 to launch the 'Startup India Movement', the commerce and industry ministry said on Tuesday.
US Ambassador to India Richard Verma said his country has been a strong supporter of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "Start Up India, Stand Up India" initiative and American entrepreneurs are looking to create opportunities in
Government needs to make it much easier to do business and reduce regulations by removing all the hurdles for campaigns like Make in India and Startup India to succeed, Cisco Executive Chairman John Chambers said.