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January 16, 2013
Deputy Chief Photographer Shekhar Ghosh had a fizzy time shooting the founders of Hector Beverages in Manesar, Haryana. Hector Beverages, maker of the Tzinga energy drink, features in Business Today's Coolest Start-ups of India listing.

Chaitanya Kalbag
January 16, 2013
Start-ups always get our adrenaline going, and an able group of writers joined Das in telling the tales. Deputy Chief Photographer Shekhar Ghosh shot the cool cover and the gatefold after, helped by the intrepid pictures team.

Shamni Pande
January 15, 2013
Start-up Hector Beverages put in their own funds, and began scouting boutique research and development firms in Europe for a \"magic\" formula that would provide an affordable energy drink that \"did not taste weird\",

G. Seetharaman
January 15, 2013
Emart was set up in July 2009 to create exclusive e-commerce platforms for brands and provide other web-related services, such as managing loyalty programmes and product delivery.

K.R. Balasubramanyam
January 15, 2013
Hatti Kaapi provides a quick cup of steaming South Indian coffee at Rs 8

Goutam Das
January 18, 2013
Aurus Network provides the tools for video creation, video management and video delivery. It does not create any content, but gives customers a 'proprietary box' programmed with its own software.

Goutam Das
January 15, 2013
Qyuki is a platform for performing arts and fine arts, as well as a marketplace for creative minds to earn money from their work.

Anik Basu
January 15, 2013
Glocal Healthcare Systems, headquartered in Kolkata, but with all its hospitals based in rural or semi-rural areas of West Bengal, hopes to change the face of rural health-care in the state - and subsequently in other parts of the country.

Goutam Das
January 16, 2013
With more funding options available, the number of start-ups in the country is rising exponentially. Deal tracker Venture Intelligence says the number of early-stage VC investments have grown 71 per cent in 2012 against 2010 levels. Full coverage

Kochi, December 29, 2012
Infosys Executive Co-Chairman Kris Gopalakrishnan has said start-ups in India need to become household names and they should create Internet successes on the lines of 'Facebook and Google'.

Daniela Yu and Yamini Arora
August 11, 2012
Gallup Organization's Daniela Yu and Yamini Arora say Indians have the talent and attitude to become successful entrepreneurs, but the external environment hardly helps them.

Vishakh Unnikrishnan
August 4, 2012
Most people Jaipur-based Vijendra Shekhawat shared the idea with thought he was insane, but he knew something they did not: elephant dung has high fibre content.

Taslima Khan
May 24, 2012
A Mumbai-based start-up uses geothermal cooling to slash air conditioning bills.

N. Madhavan
May 22, 2012
From a 300 sq ft operation to a 30-acre one, Sakthi Masala has come a long way.

Associated Press
San Francisco, April 30, 2012
Dustin Moskovitz, co-founder of Asana, has thrown himself back into San Francisco's startup mix, even as Facebook's looming IPO seems likely to send his wealth spiraling even higher.

Kochi, April 14, 2012
The country's first telecom incubator based on the public-private-partnership mode will help support new product initiatives so that they can be turned into successful businesses.

Taslima Khan
April 13, 2012
Start-ups offering new-age cab rental services are making drives smoother and merrier.

Manu Kaushik
April 10, 2012
Facebook splashed out $1 billion to buy the two-year-old start-up which has no revenue streams and was valued at half the price just a couple of days ago.

Goutam Das
January 18, 2012
Analytics firm Mu Sigma, which dissects large amounts of data helping firms make sense of it, has gone from zero to $70 million revenues in six years and now employs 1,500; it expects to clock $110 million in 2012 with 2,100 employees.

Anand Adhikari
January 25, 2012
There are instances of people returning to salaried employment after an entrepreneurial stint. A trend of trying to break the mould as middle age approaches has begun and is likely to grow in the future.

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