The Korean government’s K-Startup Grand Challenge supported by the Ministry of SMEs and Startups (MSS) and National IT Industry Promotion Agency (NIPA), is now accepting applications for the program till 25 June, 2020
The income tax department has sent e-mails to 1.72 lakh assessees, including start-ups, companies and individuals, who have outstanding tax demands as well as tax refunds asking them to provide as update on the payment
The start-up entrepreneurship fair will be a part of the Day 3 festivities at the Udaan E-Summit during which representatives from multi-national companies such Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Alibaba will engage in conversation with students about what recruiters look for during job interviews.
In an interview, Pavan C Lall talks to Firstpost about his new book Flawed, based on diamond mogul Nirav Modi's life, business and the scam that shook the country.
Budget 2019 serves all sectors of economy, builds upon India's growth story of last 5 yrs, writes ex-FM Arun Jaitley in blog
The Budget 2019 creates a political direction for an aspirational India. The economically weaker sections get the basic amenities of life and several sectors of interest to the middle-class have been incentivised.
Firstpost Editor's Picks: CPM's Muslim outreach, poll rhetoric on businesses, GoT's first episode; today's must-read stories
The CPM inducted the Indian National League (INL) in the Left Democratic Front (LDF) headed by it as part of the new strategy. Party strategists believe that the induction of INL will trigger a realignment in the Muslim politics as it has been emerging as an alternative to the Indian Union Muslim League (IUML).
Mohandas Pai mulls $1 bn investment in Indian start-ups by 2020; disappointed with lack of local support to new ventures
Manipal Global Education chairman T V Mohandas Pai is reportedly planning investment to the tunes of about $1 billion (approximately Rs 7,200 crore) in country's start-ups in the next two years.
Narendra Modi addresses IIT-Bombay convocation ceremony, credits institutes for building 'Brand India' globally
Narendra Modi on Saturday addressed the convocation ceremony of IIT-Bombay and said that the success of the IITs led to the creation of numerous engineering colleges.
India trying to resolve trade disputes with several countries, willing to create new world trade order: Suresh Prabhu
Suresh Prabhu's remarks came a day after India decided to raise customs duty US products as a retaliatory action against tariff hike by Washington
The US retailer Walmart Inc acquired 77 percent stake in Flipkart for about $16 billion in its biggest acquisition till date
A huge potential exists in sectors including manufacturing, defence, pharmaceuticals and start-ups to boost investments between India and the UK, a report by the UK India Business Council (UKIBC) has said
She further focused on how technology has changed the educational landscape, from the use of tablets in the classroom to the proliferation of open universities.
The first batch of 10 Indian start-ups was on Friday graduated from the "Nexus Incubator", a collaboration between the University of Texas and the US State Department, during an event here.
Odisha chief minister Naveen Patnaik asks BJD youths to be tech-savvy; pushes for grassroots level committees
Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Sunday asked the youth wing of his party to become tech-savvy and more active in social media to connect with the people.
Tech entrepreneurs across Europe, many of whom already have experience of launching their own businesses, are now having more success at enticing global investors.
Some reports claim that the cost of employing an Indian engineer is just half the cost of hiring a Chinese worker, which means Indians could see their revenue more than double if they came to work in China.
Riding on the hard work of over 3.86 million employees and growth of 5% over the financial year 2016, digital capabilities will drive the Indian technology industry's next phase of development, industry's representative body Nasscom said on Wednesday.
Allaying investor fears over levy of long-term capital gains tax on share transfer in unlisted companies, the government today said the move is only to target 'khoka' companies and 'genuine investments' in start- ups and through FDI will be exempt
Insight 2017: A note to venture capitalists, who, after years of generosity, have nothing left to give
Dear venture capitalist, I know this very well that in 2017, you won’t have anything left to give.
London could lose its position as the leading destination for start-ups in Europe if it does not remain open to the best talent after the British vote to leave the European Union, investors warned on Monday.