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The real secret about Indian start-ups

US start-ups crash and burn frequently, so why the concern about start-up losses in India? The principal reason, says Kanika Datta, is that Indian start-ups clone ideas from the US. Flipkart, Ola, Oyo, Paytm -- the most glamorous of the lot -- are variations of ideas developed in the US. IMAGE: As with our international sporting achievements, start-ups provide us some sort of validation that India is right up there with global business developments. But barely 10 years into this chic ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

Modi Sarkar and the scary silence of India Inc

Talking corporate heads are a barometer of the business community's engagement with the economy. If they're making public comments, however insincere, they've clearly got investment plans they are anxious to build on. If they have nothing to say now -- after four quarters of slowdown when the world economy has started expanding -- there is cause for concern, says Kanika Datta. IMAGE: From left, Wipro's Azim Premji, Reliance Industries Limited's Mukesh Ambani, and the Aditya Birla Group's Kumar ...
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First Daughters of politics: Ivanka Trump is no first, but...

For all the controversy, the concept of prominent First Children is not novel in democracies.So why is Donald Trump's daughter different and discomfiting? Kanika Datta has the answers. Trump's son-in-law we know, meet some other powerful s-i-l IMAGE: Ivanka Trump's tweet of her with a seat at the table in the Oval Office during Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's visit to the US raised eyebrows.Photograph: Kind courtesy @IvankaTrump/Twitter   The elevation of Ivanka Trump to the ...
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Section 295A needs to be deleted

'The existence of Section 295A on the Indian statute books sits uneasily with India's ambitions to be seen as a progressive democracy,' says Kanika Datta.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com The Indonesian politician Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, popularly known as Ahok, and the English actor Stephen Fry may live at opposite ends of the globe -- 12,000-odd km apart, in fact -- but they share an unlikely controversy: Accusations of blasphemy. On May 9, however, both faced very different fates on this ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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