In September 2015, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Silicon Valley, a bunch of entrepreneurs were invited for a dialogue. Orchestrated by the Confederation of Indian Industries, the elite group was called to discuss what would make India tick for innovators. To the disappointment of many, the crowd was not large enough. Hence, the prime minister ended up spending less than the stipulated time. When he arrived, he said, “Every successful person I ask, they say they went to Singapore, London, Switzerland…Nobody stays in India. If you all can give one suggestion—do this and I am not…
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