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Niramai: Detecting breast cancer through AI

According to the World health organisation, the fatality rate of women dying due to breast cancer is very high in India. One out of...

Indian Startups picked up by Microsoft accelerator to make them enterprise-ready

The evolvement of Microsoft accelerator programme in India has been growing day by day. Last year, it has its focus shifted towards later-stage startups...

Areo: A food delivery and home services app in India by...

In the ever growing and advancing world of technology, Google has been our ultimate guide and saviour for dealing with everything. It won’t be...

Indian startups finding success through fundings

Recently, plenty of Indian startups have paved new avenues of growth and success by acquiring funds with their unique ideas, determination and hardwork. Let's...

The rise of Indian hardware startups

A plenty of Indian hardware startups participated in the 2017 ASME Innovation Showcase (ISHOW) held in Bangalore recently. ISHOW basically is an international contest...

Rising startups in India

There have been a plenty of quality startups in India that have recently acquired huge funding's from investors in order to explore new dimensions...

Qbera : A fintech startup assisting salaried employees through quick loans

Qbera is a Bangalore based fintech startup working in the field of providing instant loans to salaried employees of such firms which are not...

Success of Indian startups

Indian startups are exploring new dimensions in almost every field. Right from an app that deals with wedding plan to an app dealing with...

Indian startups excelling in the race of acquiring investments

There are a handful of Indian startups that are being backed by investors which are helping them pave new avenues of success by getting...

Docsapp – A medical app working towards tackling India’s doctor shortage

India is one of those countries which faces acute shortage of doctors. According to WHO standard, there has to be 1 doctor for every...