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Highlights of Business Today April 12, 2015 issue: The entrepreneurial ecosystem in India is getting a big boost from corporate biggies. Our cover story 'The New Angels' looks at how Ratan Tata, Sachin Bansal, Kunal Bahl, Deep Kalra and dozens of other successful businessmen and entrepreneurs are reshaping the entrepreneurial ecosystem by writing big cheques for start-ups. 'Unlocking Value' discusses how the higher FDI limit will boost valuations of Indian insurance companies and go a long way in meeting their capital needs. The latest issue of Business Today also looks at the substantial debt burden that has been added to telecom companies as a result of aggressive bidding for spectrum in 'Paying the Price'. 'Battle of Class' discusses the newest entrant in Indian aviation Vistara's plans of chasing a small market with big ambitions. Another feature 'Seeds of change' looks at the large-scale fund infusion in social enterprises that is helping uplift the poor in India by helping them come of age with for-profit sustainable business models. Contrary to fears, buffalo meat exports are thriving under the Narendra Modi government. However, 'In the Pink' tells you about the worries that remain. 'Loan Largesse' looks at how banks are changing their strategies through increased retail lending. All this and the regulars - newsmakers this past fortnight, perspectives on major events and tech reviews - in the April 13 issue of Business Today. Subscribe now!

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