Opinion| India’s policy plans could hold back its digital startups
Policymaking should follow a consultative model that ensures wide representation of interests
For many Indian start-ups, their proprietary technology is their key competitive advantage
Indian startups have helped put the country on the map by building products and services that are tackling some of the world’s toughest problems. If you walk through Hyderabad’s T-Hub, you can sense the creativity and hard work all around.