The Nasscom report says while Bengaluru, Delhi and Mumbai retain their position as the key startup hubs in India, 20% of the startups emerged from tier II and III cities. “India is one of the fastest growing startup landscape in the world and every major accelerator, investor, angel group, is participating in becoming a part of this growth journey,” Raman Roy, chairman, NASSCOM, and CEO and MD, Quatrro Global Services said in a statement.