Startups Like India’s Money But Want More Government Action

Technology startups in India are getting a financial boost from the government, but entrepreneurs say that more could be done to support growth in the industry. Sanchit Gogia, Chief Analyst & CEO at Greyhound Research, called the government's planned tax…

Budget 2015: IT Industry Gives Thumbs Up

The Indian IT industry is welcoming FM Arun Jaitley's announcement on removal of Special Additional Duty on IT products in his Budget 2015 speech. Union Budget 2014-15 provided the much needed relief to domestic manufacturers of personal computers and tablets by…

Start-Ups For Implementation Before Fund Allocation

“Start-ups” and “entrepreneurship” have definitely been the buzzwords in the Narendra Modi government as these words have found special mentions in the last two consecutive budgets. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has allocated  1,000 crore to establish a mechanism to be known…

Small Gets A Firm Start

The $146 billion Indian information technology (IT) industry found the right space of recognition in the Union Budget for 2015-16 with finance minister Arun Jaitley applauding the role played by over 3,000 start-ups, a segment which is expected to be…

Budget 2015- Arun Jaitley Announced To Remove Special Additional Duty On IT Products

The Indian IT industry is attractive content with finance minister Arun Jaitley’s Budget presentation as he announced removal of Special Additional Duty on IT products. It has been a giant relief to home manufacturers of personal computers and tablets as the issue…

Union Budget 2015: Phones Manufactured In India Could Be Cheaper

As promised, the 2015 Union Budget provides a big fillip to electronics manufacturing in India. Custom duty has been reduced for 22 items, but so far the details have not been shared by the government. Analysts also think the budget…

Budget 2015, A Mix Bag Of Hits And Misses: Sanchit Vir Gogia, Greyhound Research

Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst and CEO, Greyhound Research on Budget 2015 Greyhound Research believes that the Union Budget 2015-16 is a mix bag of hits and misses. The government’s decision to introduce GST by April, 2016 will simplify the…

Post-Budget Reaction by Mr. Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst and CEO, Greyhound Research

Greyhound Research believes that the Union Budget 2015-16 is a mix bag of hits and misses. The government’s decision to introduce GST by April, 2016 will simplify the indirect tax regime and make it more transparent. However, the decision to…

Budget 2015: IT Industry Gives Thumbs Up To Removal Of Special Additional Duty On IT Products

The Indian IT industry is welcoming FM Arun Jaitley's announcement on removal of Special Additional Duty on IT products in his Budget 2015 speech. Union Budget 2014-15 provided the much needed relief to domestic manufacturers of personal computers and tablets by…