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Leap Raises $17 Million

Overseas education platform Leap has raised $17 million in series B, conducted by Singapore-based Jungle Ventures participation from Sequoia Capital India and Owl Ventures...

Booking.com Launches ₹18.5 Crore Fund for Sustainable Travel Startups

Travel platform Booking.com Monday announced a ₹18.5 crore fund for startups offering solutions in sustainable travel and accommodation. The startups will be selected through...

Telegram to Capitalise on WhatsApp’s Bad Reputation After Bezos Hack

Taking a dig on WhatsApp for the recent spyware controversy, which also impacted Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos in addition to 121 users...

Google Launches Tangi App To Beat TikTok

Chinese short video TikTok has overtaken Instagram in various markets including India and global tech giant Google is looking to replicate the success of...

India’s Food Tech Sector to Reach $8 Billion by 2022

Consumer appetite for food ordering is set to rise with India’s online food ordering market expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate...

Startups in the Future Will Be More About AI: Ratan Tata

In the past few months, various stakeholders of the startup ecosystem have publicly spoken about the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) and how it...

Tiger Global May Lead $500 Million Funding Round in Dream 11

New York-based Tiger Global Management, one of the most active startup investors in India, is likely to lead a $500 million funding round in...

India Becomes the Second-largest Smartphone Market Ahead of the U.S.

Counterpoint Research published its findings in which it estimates that India has surpassed the U.S. to become the second-largest smartphone market in the world...

Zoomcar Receives $30 Million from Sony Fund, Others in Fresh Round

Self-drive car rental platform Zoomcar has raised $30 million in its ongoing Series D round led by Sony Innovation Fund, and other existing investors,...

Swiggy Admits Difference Between Online Food and Restaurant Rates

Food delivery platform Swiggy on Tuesday admitted that food rates on its platform may be higher than those being offered by restaurants in certain...
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