Feasting after fasting
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, along with his Telugu Desam Party Members of Parliament and legislators, marched from Andhra Pradesh Bhavan to Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi on Tuesday afternoon. Naidu and others met President Ram Nath Kovind
and reiterated their demand for special status for their state. Just the day before, Naidu had observed a daylong fast at Andhra Bhavan. Not just Naidu, most of his party colleagues had also observed fast that day. On Tuesday, he and his party colleagues were served sumptuous food from Andhra as they prepared for their march.
For Indian entreprenuers
The Republic of Estonia believes it has the perfect solution for budding Indian entrepreneurs. Estonia is the world's first country to introduce an e-residency programme that offers start-ups access to a government-issued digital identity, facilitating the opening of a global European Union-based company completely online, while working from India. E-residents have access to the EU business environment and can use public e-services with their digital identity. Estonia will launch an awareness drive on Wednesday in New Delhi. Firms set up through e-residency can be run remotely from across the world. The programme was launched in December 2014 and has over 50,000 e-residents from over 140 countries. According to the Estonian embassy, India will have the largest young workforce by 2020 with the average age of 29. Already more than 2,174 Indian citizens are e-residents and the Baltic nation expects this figure to grow in the coming years.