If Bangalore can produce a Flipkart and Ola, why can’t Kolkata have its own startup superstars? Here’s how Nasscom attempts to pull that off.
Founded by three IIT dropouts Azhar Iqubal, Deepit Purkayastha, and Anunay Arunav, the startup crunches news stories into crisp 60-word skeletons for busy readers.
This recruitment startup focuses on identifying candidates actively seeking jobs, and uses a mobile app to facilitate communication between job-seekers and recruiters for faster hiring.
GHV's acceleration program offers sustainability funding of up to US$100,000 and other necessary resources to help fledgling startups reach the series A stage.
Indian IT industry body National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) has partnered with the government of West Bengal to open its second warehouse in Kolkata as part of the 10,000...
It has been four months since India's finance minister Arun Jaitley announced an $1.6 billion fund for tech startups. There's no sign of any plan of action yet.
The Indian startup ecosystem has reached an inflection point, with 800 new startups sprouting in a year. This, taken in conjunction with rising investment flows, makes it the world's fastest growing s...
Bookpad, a one-year-old startup founded by three engineers from IIT Guwahati, is Yahoo's first Indian tech startup acquisition.
Big Indian companies are getting into the corporate venture capital game. After all, who better than them to see the value in startups?
The United Nations is looking for Indian developers to make video games. Surprised? Read more to find out.
The NASSCOM Gaming Forum has announced the list of speakers for this year’s NASSCOM Game Developer Conference (NGDC) in Pune, India and it's pretty impressive.
We spoke to Lucid Labs' Chirag Chopra to find out how the studio managed to turn a mere student game jam entry into a world-class mobile game.
A growing band of angel investors and seed funds in India are spotting fledgling internet startups with promise and betting on them. Here is a list of 10.
Most game jams in India are a blink-and-miss affair, and the National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM ) wants to change that with what is possibly India’s biggest game jam.
The Nasscom Game Developers Conference (NGDC) India’s only games industry conference, has announced the call for speakers.
Google and NASSCOM team up to help Indian game developers raise funds with Clanup.
According to a post on the Nasscom Gaming Forum, India’s governing body for game development, casual game publishing giant Kongregate is possibly eyeing content from Indian studios at the Nasscom Game...
Bangalore arrived on the world stage in the nineties as a hub for software services and outsourcing. This rode on the back of a global rise in telephony and the internet, and a large pool of Indian so...