Valuations have run up quite fast in 2015, and this year will see some mishaps, said Softbank president Nikesh Arora at the Startup India event.
MakeMyTrip admitted that is being investigated by the tax authorities but claimed that it has “a strong case as advised by our tax advisors.”
Chandrasekhar replied to Vodafone India’s comment where it argued the societal benefits of differential pricing, saying it ensures communications and internet services are accessible, affordable and available.
The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USIBC), the agency that oversees Us immigration, formally notified a law that increases H1-B and L1 visa fees to $4,000 and up to $4,500 respectively.
The government will announce broad measures to help startups “Stay in India”, according to two people familiar with the matter.
About 170 companies, organisations and individulas from over 35 countries have asked governments across the world to support strong encryption, and reject any policy, law or mandate that undermines privacy and digital security.
The Internet and Mobile Association of India, in its pre-budget expectations, has asked the government to incentivise start-ups and domestic venture capital.
Facebook’s Free Basics programme essentially provides free-of-cost access to dozens of sites in a tie up with telecom operators, something that activists see as a violation of net neutrality.
Streaming pioneer Netflix has launched its service in India, allowing viewers to access unlimited content at prices starting Rs 500 a month.
In the wake of massive protests against Facebook’s Free Basics service, ET takes a look at the alternative methods to ensure internet connectivity for all.
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