Are Indian Startups Reforming After A Structural Crisis?
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Are Indian Startups Reforming After A Structural Crisis?

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Bangalore: “India is not simply emerging, it has emerged.” said Barack Obama during his visit to India.



The World Startup Report which was released earlier this month gives up a clear picture of the scene of Indian startups.  It states that despite terrible conditions in the country, everyone seems to be largely content. This feature of the citizens of this country could be attributed to the level of complacency that everyone seems to have and the reason why people do not strive to make things better. In India if there is a cow on the road, people honk once and then drive around it regardless of religious beliefs or any other aspect. People in this country do not like to confront their problems until and unless there is no other choice left to them.



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