By Dr. R. K. Mitra & Siddharth Subudhi
We need to see the re-emergence of jute as a packaging alternative. Jute has been used in India for several milleniums, and even today India continues to dominate global jute production.
By Ruben Banerjee
The Indian entity created with the Sequoia split would have greater flexibility in operating in the country, free from the constraints of a global firm
It is imperative that we enable startups to list on stock exchanges outside of India, in order to increase capital inflow and to stem the flow of Indian startups flipping to economies outside of India.
If BharatNet procurement is done with preference to domestic production, it would lead to an additional GDP growth of 2.5% and would lead to a robust communications equipment manufacturing industry that can capture a significant share of the global market, thus contributing more to the economy.
It is critical to protect our networks from adversarial attacks.
India needs to deliberate on why we do not have a dynamic ecosystem of GovTech startups.
VC’s are being blamed for failures in corporate governance in promising startups.
Domestic industries still do not have a level playing field in government procurement. Hence the Atmanirbhar campaign needs to have an Atmanirbhar policy to accelerate self-reliance in India.
Now that the bugle call of Atmanirbhar Bharat has been raised, one has to put money where the mouth is and start supporting the Indian apps.
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