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    Rahul Sachitanand

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    Startup founders who scored big exits are rebounding with a second ventureHow the American dream is souring for many Indian IT workersHow Flipkart's PhonePe plans to become a major financial services playerHow women are sidelined in India's e-commerce growth
    Homegrown internet companies face stiff competition from global giantsBattleground kirana: The anatomy of India's raging retail warPath to profitability dominates Indian startups as profitable exits become more frequentIndian Railways is emerging as a hub of innovation for service providers
    Why are food aggregators leveraging the delivery-only model?Ride to future: Auto firms are crafting new strategies to stay on trackWhat's behind the sudden surge in demand for warehouse capacity?Despite initial success, fantasy gaming may need a new strategy
    Will jobs actually be top of mind when India casts its vote in this Lok Sabha elections?Jet employees worried about a Kingfisher-like situationHow startups are leveraging deep tech knowledge to power aheadCo-living spaces are the next big trend among working millenials in Bengaluru
    We need more women role models in startups: Esha TiwaryWhy entrepreneurs are wary of the new draft e-commerce policyHere's why Indian companies are betting big on AIWhile deal-making has exploded, impact investors are struggling to differentiate themselves
    What forced HAL onto a downward spiral and how it can overcome the turbulenceHow an unusual dip in temperature in the South is giving farmers cold feetInside big brands' intensifying India battle against copycatsWhy Indian IT firms are hiring teams overseas
    What's threatening to dampen the hopes of aggregators in IndiaHow data privacy and governance issues have battered Facebook ahead of 2019 pollsWhy angel investors are no longer the force they used to beIndian IT industry is making convincing strides as their clients demand digital transformation
    It's raining money for startups, but only for the promising fewThe challenges before cab aggregators in IndiaAll about India's data localisation policySales of surveillance cameras are soaring, raising questions about privacy
    Voice, video and vernacular: India's internet landscape is changing to tap new usersHow regulations are playing spoilsport for Indian startupsAs a horticulture boom pushes up farm incomes, here are two key missing piecesSpace race 2.0: A low-down on the great flight
    With ad-hoc regulation, India is missing out on a big opportunity in dronesData protection bill: Government can still access personal informationHow India's celebrated software skills are helping its hardware startups to rise againThe critical flaw in India's mobile security
    For Indian startups, a new surge of Asian investors means rethinking everythingA raft of companies want you to ditch old payment habitsBankers, the frontline warriors in India’s coming fintech revolutionFor India's agri-tech startups, the wind of change is finally here
    Why there is so much unease about SoftBank's funding strategy and methodsWhy IT companies are shifting to agile work modelAmazon vs Google: A race to capture India's consumer spaceHow Walmart’s $16 billion buy of Flipkart will change India’s startup map
    Flipkart-Walmart deal: What it means for the etailer and the whole industryMany sub-unicorn Indian startups are finding niche global marketsHow a clutch of new investors are helping end the funding winter of Indian startupsA tighter regulation on privacy settings may threaten data-based businesses
    'Startups need to consider how to map out their business expansion in a volatile market'How the urban working woman in India is smashing stereotypesIs the ascent of deep-pocketed global cos Amazon, Alibaba hindering rather than helping India's startup ecosystem?How the Nirav Modi scandal will affect diamantaires
    Gaming industry is seeing a boom as firms cash in on everythingWho are India's remarkable names in online gaming?Brands make a beeline for Bengaluru
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    With little expectations from Jaitley's budget, startup world says Feb 1 doesn’t matter much
    A rough road awaits e-commerce companies as they race to the Indian hinterlandsKindle will evolve new forms of online literature: Sanjeev Jha, Director of Kindle Content IndiaEnergy-hungry India can neither abandon dams nor embrace the Chinese policy of building many large onesAlcobev companies hope GST, demonetisation and a regulatory flux have caused no lasting damage
    Why companies like HUL, Patanjali, Dabur are taking a crack at the market for ayurvedic and herbal productsMumbai: A city brought to its knees by the burden of its successIs climate change the culprit behind floods and farming woes?Indian ecommerce turns into a two-horse race as smaller players face likely wipeout
    Why Infosys’ next CEO will be more in the likeness of a backroom, nuts-and-bolts guy than a global poster boyHere is how private cos like Jio, Flipkart, Paytm are helping India in nation buildingMeet the rising stars of the Indian comedy sceneHow a bunch of startups hope to breathe fresh life into the beleaguered online fashion market
    Pepperfry and Urban Ladder's 'offline' idea to ward off global brandsSnapdeal failed miserably at building a distinct brand identityWhat a bunch of Indian startups have in common with Elon Musk's Tesla: Energy-efficiency ventures​Why job prospects in IT outsourcing will only get worse in the coming years before they get better
    Why blockchain technology may be the next big thingHow a bunch of new funds is hoping to cash in on risky early stage investmentsAmazon, Flipkart battle now moves to in-house brandsJaquar director Rajesh Mehra is focused to take the company to new heights
    From a plethora of incentives, cab aggregator services have thrown drivers off trackAs unicorns like Flipkart, Quikr and Zomato turn 10, what next for the startup-verse?How Bhushan Kumar has transformed T-Series into an entertainment behemothAcquiHiring: The new startup buzzword to gain technology and talent
    India's $150 billion outsourcing industry stares at an uncertain futureHow a bunch of tech-driven ventures are updating India's outdated defence setupIndia's fractured public transport system is a tempting opportunity for startups
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