5. Budget 2016 - kickstarting startups: Mohit Dubey, co-founder & CEO, Carwale, said he hoped the government would address fuel policy -- "by moving us to global quality standards and using pricing to encourage lesser polluting fuels, rather than a partial ban on diesel-run vehicles as is currently imposed. Indian start-ups also often face a lot of hurdles in securing investment, particularly during the early phases of their growth. This can be remedied by giving out tax benefits and incentives for early stage investors," said Amit Mishra, CEO and co-founder, Quifers. That would help establish a much larger, holistic seed and early stage investment ecosystem within the country and enable Indian start-ups in achieving scale and success, Mishra added.