Archive - March 2016

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In forties? It’s not late to join the start-up bandwagon
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The tribulations of a mid-career entrepreneur
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Govt cautious about showing its affection for start-ups
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World The Diaspora, The Nasty Party And Elections 2015

In forties? It’s not late to join the start-up bandwagon

I am in my late 40s, left my corporate job in early 30s and since then then have been a part of start-up ecosystem donning different hats – an entrepreneur, prop investor and now an early stage fund manager. My peer group, who passed their IITs in late 80s – 90s and are now C-level[…]

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Govt cautious about showing its affection for start-ups

The finance minister (FM) rose to present the Union Budget 2016-17 and along with it rose my heartbeat. In the run-up to the Budget, the investor community was hopeful about getting tax exemptions on angel investing, and start-ups were hoping for tax rebates and ease of doing business. The FM had something for everyone. It[…]

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World The Diaspora, The Nasty Party And Elections 2015

First-generation British Indians often related more to the Labour Party than the Conservative Party. Will a change in the mindset of the second and third generation British Indians affect the voting pattern and force a new coalition? In 1885, British Indian politician Sir Mancherjee Merwanjee Bhownagree was elected to office as the first Conservative Member[…]

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