Pawan Gupta, Co-founder, Curofy: The budget was very welcome for the startup ecosystem in India. From registering startup with in a day to reducing corporate tax for companies with revenue less than 5 crore, the budget spoke of achhe din for startups in India. The ecosystem needed a sentiment push and I think it got it. I personally like the provisions of capital gains not to be taxed on investments by fund of funds for startups and lowering the long term capital gains duration from three years to two years. These measures should improves the confidence of investors. Combined with Bankruptcy laws they should work wonders for the ecosystem. In healthcare, the government has expanded health cover by Rs. 30,000 for senior citizens and provided Rs. 1,00,000 cover to every family in the country. In a country where so many people go without proper treatment due to lack of funds, the healthcare cover extension should improve healthcare spending. There is obviously a big opportunity for startups and companies in insurance sector. Further emphasis on generic drugs through PM Jan Aushadi Yojana gives further boost to homegrown generic pharmaceuticals. But at the same time the budget was low on how healthcare infrastructure will be created and how the Doctor-Patient ratio will be improved. These are the biggest problems plaguing the industry.