Archive - February 2016

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Remove capital gains tax on angel investment in start-ups, give I-T sops
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UK-India: Potential for collaboration for cross border start-ups
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Phir Ek Baar, Cameron Sarkar
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UK’s EU Referendum: ‘To Leave Or Not To Leave’, That Is The Question

Remove capital gains tax on angel investment in start-ups, give I-T sops

The start-up community has pinned a lot of hopes on the upcoming Union Budget. The Startup India policy announced last month was full of good news for entrepreneurs and investors. A key highlight was launch of Rs 10,000 crore fund with exemptions from income tax, capital gains tax and a big rebate in patent filing[…]

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UK-India: Potential for collaboration for cross border start-ups

Cross-border teams that complement each other’s technical and business strengths will define the future of successful start-ups. Britain with its vision and India with its technical expertise offer a win-win partnership solution. India has taken its place as the world’s leading start-up base with the presence of more than 4,200 start-up ventures. By registering a[…]

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Phir Ek Baar, Cameron Sarkar

The Conservative Party’s historic victory in the UK elections holds important lessons for both India’s NDA government and Rahul Gandhi. David Cameron led the Conservative Party to a historic victory in the recent UK General Elections enabling the Conservatives (Tories) to form the first majority government after nearly two decades. David Cameron‘s brand of “Liberal[…]

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UK’s EU Referendum: ‘To Leave Or Not To Leave’, That Is The Question

Should EU decide what is good for UK? Does UK have a bright future outside the EU? The United Kingdom comprising of England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales and Channel Islands has had an uneasy relationship with its mainland European cousins. The European Union is an economic and political partnership involving 28 European countries. It began after[…]

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