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Maternity Effect: Will Startups Use 'Pregnancy Clause' in Work Contracts?

For the early-stage startups this would be very difficult to follow or adhere to this Act as the startups are usually low on cash flow and the finances are slow to come in. They might not hire married women or those who would want to bear children soon.

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Coke & Pepsi Fizzing Out In India; Sri Lanka to Grab the Opportunity

Coca-Cola has expressed their interest in setting up a production hub in Sri Lanka and export to India.

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Gov’s Zone Startups India Readying Second empoWer for Women

empoWer is India’s 1st accelerator program for women entrepreneurs building technology enabled ventures.

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How Bad are Tax-exemptions to Patanjali for Other FMCG Companies?

Ramdev's Yogpeeth, unlike a regular public charitable trust, is the portal to the yoga guru's consumer goods company which is worth several thousand crore. If one company gets tax benefits, it skews the level playing field for the others.

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President of India Steps into Encourage Startup Investment

“…one must understand that even though nine out of ten ventures that an investor may fund, may fail; still… I am sure the investment community is up to the task to match the ingenuity and enterprise of our young innovators.”

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ad:tech 2017 Ringing A New Era Innovation in Advertising & Marketing

Over twenty years later, ad:tech still is out on the forefront of innovation, bringing technologies from across the marketing, advertising and media world.

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Amrita Uni Has India’s First Cybersecurity Startup Hub

There are less than 100 cyber security startups in India. Amrita University’s Technology Business Incubator (TBI) is one of the only 6 incubators to be made world-class under NITI Aayog’s Atal Innovation Mission (AIM).

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Security. Is Good Enough, Good Enough?

Notions of the national security forces have changed to include digital safety.As per a leading report, we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day. Imagine what it takes to keep so much data safe and what a potential breach of personal, corporate and national security can do to any economy.

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It’s Time Geospatial Tech Got Noticed By The Government.

Dr. Swarna Subba Rao, Surveyor General of India says the Centre must recognize importance of geospatial data and encourage more private sector participation.

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The Last Time Maneka Gandhi Launched “I am Trolled”

“Women will misuse this royally…will end up harming many lives… .”

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