Thinks 492

Praveen Chakravarty: “The high costs of not voting for a likely winner enables a ‘politics of fear’…If the average Indian voter does not believe that their vote is a secret and their costs of not voting for the likely winner are very high, is India’s electoral democracy a reflection of a politics of ‘fear’ and not just ‘faith’?”

Data50: The World’s Top Data Startups. From a16z’s Future. “They are valued at more than $100B and have raised approximately $14B in total capital, with 20 having reached unicorn status by 2021.”

Brie Wolfson: “Delivering feedback about the tough stuff in a way that lands is tricky, but the upside of doing a good job of it is enormous. So, here’s a step-by-step guide to help you get it right.”

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Rajesh Jain

An Entrepreneur based in Mumbai, India.