The Indian business world has always been a bit of a mess.

That’s been reflected in a huge number of businesses, many of which are unprofitable, which have been hit hard by the demonetisation and demonetization drive.

Many of these businesses, particularly in sectors such as retail, manufacturing, and finance have been closed.

While the government has promised to create jobs, many have not been able to attract and retain the best talent to create a competitive business environment.

But a new wave of businesses in the Indian economy is making a comeback.

One of the most promising, and therefore most promising for the country, is that of a digital platform for entrepreneurs.

And that’s a big deal.

The emergence of such a platform, which could be called the ‘digital economy’ in India, has the potential to make India a tech superpower in the next couple of decades, according to the president of the National Institute of Information Technology (NIT), Kailash Satyarthi.

In a recent interview to NDTV, Satyath said, “We have to rethink how we do business in India.

And this digital economy is an alternative.

We can be the digital India.

We are already the digital Japan, the digital Germany.

We have to do this.”

The idea of the digital economy in India is simple.

There is no middleman, the business is completely self-run.

The platform is designed to facilitate small- and medium-sized businesses to sell their products online and to attract potential customers.

The platform, called ‘SellIndia’, aims to create an ecosystem for the growth of online retailing and is expected to be launched by the end of this year.

A portion of the profits generated by online retail companies will go to the government, which will then distribute the money to the poor.

It’s an important step towards addressing the biggest challenge for India: food poverty.

The country has the third highest population of food-insecure households in the world, with an estimated 20.6 million people, according the World Bank.

The problem is that more than 90 percent of households in India do not have access to the basic essentials.

India has a long history of being a place of food scarcity.

The last decade, India has witnessed the biggest jump in foodgrain production, according data from the World Resources Institute (WRI), and the number of children under five years old in rural areas increased by 40 percent between 1999 and 2014.

The launch of SellIndia comes at a critical time in the country’s agricultural sector, as the government is looking at measures to tackle the shortage.

In 2017, the government announced a ‘pipeline’ of measures to address the shortage, which includes the launch of an online portal to connect farmers with the government for information and other services, as well as the creation of ‘cadre’ jobs to help in food processing.

However, a number of the measures announced by the government are unlikely to help the nation’s food situation.

The main challenge facing the government in addressing the food problem is not just the lack of available land for farmers to grow food on, but also the lack to pay farmers.

According to a 2016 study by the Centre for Agricultural Economics, about 50 percent of India’s agricultural land is vacant.

The study, titled ‘Land and the Rural Economy: How India’s Agro-industry is Changing in the Twenty-First Century’, pointed out that land is not a commodity in the agro-industrial sector and is not cheap.

This means that farmers cannot afford to purchase land and hence they cannot produce on it.

According the study, “Agricultural land is scarce and has been in decline for more than two decades.”

This is also the reason why the government’s decision to allocate Rs 1,600 crore for rural electrification project, and Rs 10,000 crore for an integrated rural electrified railway (Iridra) project, has failed.

As per the report, “The electrification scheme is not economically feasible for the entire rural sector, with the number that has received the funds falling significantly.”

The government is also trying to address this issue by increasing the price of land, which means that the government must buy land to plant crops on.

This has not helped the situation of farmers.

“The government has decided to increase the price to compensate for the shortage of land in the rural sector.

But what this will do is increase the cost of land,” said Praveen Pandey, a senior research fellow at the Institute of World Economy.

The new digital platform is expected take India by storm, and its success could be a game changer for the economy.

According a report by NIT’s Satyatha, the platform will allow businesses to make an initial investment of between Rs 1 crore and Rs 1.5 crore.

This will enable them to start their business, and also ensure a smooth transition to a new business model.

“It will be a boon for small-to-medium businesses,”