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India Relaxes FDI Norms: Reasons Why Global Investors Are Going To Like This

On June 20, 2016, the Narendra Modi government announced a major change in its approach to long standing issues on Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) reforms.

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Sanchit Vir Gogia on BW CIO 3.0 Awards Jury

Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief analyst and CEO Greyhound Research is a part of the esteemed jury panel along with other industry leaders, who are evaluating and judging the  289 more words

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Bootstrapping Is A Way Of Life – Be Sure Before Making It Yours

Last night I chanced upon an article authored by Vivek Wadhwa in the Wall Street Journal. In this article, Vivek has succinctly written about why entrepreneurs should focus on building a lifestyle business and not only aim for an exit. 1,128 more words

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Seven things to know before you book Freedom 251

While the world kept asking questions and Indians remained puzzled, a Noida-based startup, promising a Rs. 251 smartphone, on Friday claimed to have received nearly five crore registrations in just two days. 103 more words

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Freedom 251 price: Why Rs 251 is not ringing a bell for everyone

Ringing Bells Freedom 251 could be the real democratisation of the smartphone. At this price, there should be no one in India who doesn’t own a smartphone and everyone should be online within a couple of years. 207 more words

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Freedom 251 pricing explained: Just how cheap can a smartphone get?

India has just had another Tata Nano moment, with the world’s cheapest smartphone being announced here on Wednesday. While there is understandable excitement across the country over the Rs 251 price point of the Ringing Bells Freedom 251 smartphone, there is disbelief in the smartphone market and in the rest of the world. 52 more words

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Freedom 251: Why the phone at Rs 251 is not ringing a bell for everyone

Ringing Bells Freedom 251 could be the real democratisation of the smartphone. At this price, there should be no one in India who doesn’t own a smartphone and everyone should be online within a couple of years. 206 more words

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