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Ola raises $50 Million, Sachin Bansal may acquire stake

Ola has raised $50 million from Sailing Capital (SC) and the China-Eurasian Economic Cooperation Fund (CEECF). The Bangalore-based startup company latest investment has inched up...

Telangana IT Minister KTR unveil ‘Payswiff’ android based POS

Payswiff’s new Point of sale (POS) Device with android Operating system which will be simple for merchants and business owners to use has launched...

CITYFURNISH – DRIVING MILLENNIAL LIFESTYLE WITH MILLENIAL PRODUCTS

The furniture market in India has witnessed a tremendous growth in the recent years, chief demand being that of modern home furniture. Migrating population,...

DarwinBox: A startup maximizing the value of human resource

Even in this technologically updated world where everything is mechanical and automated, the value of human resource cannot be neglected because every firm knows...

Postman acquires a funding of $7 million from Nexus

Postman is a Bangalore based startup which assists developers in building, sharing and testing application programming interfaces (APIs). It was founded in 2012 by...

DailyHunt grabs a funding of $25 million from China’s ByteDance

DailyHunt is India’s leading news application which excels in the field of providing news and other contents in various local languages. India is a...

Few Indian start-ups that are raising millions of fund

The start-up industry is becoming bigger and better with each passing day and Indian start ups are in no way lacking behind from their...

Get your interiors done through Slido

Everyone wishes to build their dream house as beautifully as possible. Be it the construction, view or the interiors, everything should be perfect. However,...

Indian hardware start-ups are making their presence felt

Indian start-ups are mostly known for its software innovations. However, recently Indian start-ups have also start coming in the field of hardware because of...

The success stories of Indian hardware start-ups

Intel’s Maker Lab for India has been helping Indian hardware start-ups carve new stories of success by providing them with the required infrastructure, tools...