It is widely but wrongly believed that the more inactive the Indian state, the better the chances of a start-up culture flowering, notes Ajit BalakrishnanIt is the start-up season. It looks like every self-respecting business school and every self-respecting engineering college must suddenly have a conference on start-ups. It also looks like every print newspaper suddenly must devote a page to covering start-ups. What’s afoot? Is it one more season of hype, like the winter of 1999 ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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