Ideas In­fi­nite

India Today - - MAIL -

Some of the sto­ries of the young en­trepreneurs are amaz­ing and very in­spir­ing, spe­cially prod­ucts like the green chul­has for ru­ral homes which emit 80 per cent less smoke and are four times more ef­fi­cient than the tra­di­tional mud chul­has (“Sig­na­tures of Suc­cess”, May 7). Such home- bred, in­no­va­tive en­trepreneurs who want to make a change are the need of the hour. In­dia will do well with many more of them. V. K. TAN­GRI, Dehradun The sto­ries of young en­trepreneurs who have suc­ceeded de­spite all odds in their novel projects are highly in­spir­ing. In­dia is a dif­fi­cult place to start an en­ter­prise due to hur­dles of all kinds— rang­ing from bu­reau­crati­sa­tion to cor­rup­tion. It is in­deed com­mend­able that our young gen­er­a­tion is break­ing con­ven­tions and churn­ing out ideas and prod­ucts that are sure to help the masses in a mas­sive way. The growth of such a race is just what the doc­tor or­dered. RO­HIT KAUL, Kolkata

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