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Pickrr raises $4 million from Guild Capital, Omidyar Network

Delhi-based Pickrr Technologies announced that it has raised $4 million in funding in a round led by Guild Capital and Omidyar Network India.
The deal is likely to give Facebook a firm foothold in the Indian market and helps the Indian oil-to-telecom conglomerate to significantly cut its debt.

Mukesh Ambani working to provide tech tools for Covid-19 vaccination drive

Billionaire Mukesh Ambani has said his group is working with authorities for providing technology tools and backbone for mass vaccination against Covid-19.
Bike sharing startup Bounce has raised $72 million as a part of its series C round.

Bounce raises $72 million in Series C round led by B Capital Group and Falcon Edge

Smart mobility startup Bounce has raised $72 million as a part of its series C round. B Capital Group, a global technology fund and Falcon Edge Capital, a New York-based hedge fund led the investment, said the company.
Vedantu started operations in 2015 and has currently completed 800,000 hours of LIVE classes with a student base of 40,000 from grades 4 to 12

EdTech platform Vedantu raises $11 million

EdTech platform Vedantu has raised funds of $11 million which will be used for technology and market expansion.
Dalberg and iSPIRT in collaboration with Bharat Innovations Fund, Omidyar Network and Unitus Seed Fund launched BuildOnIndiaStack. (Photo/Unitus Seed Fund‏)

BuildOnIndiaStack: Venture pitch competition launched for early-stage startups

BuildOnIndiaStack is open to all innovations that leverage the India Stack to unlock new business models and reach previously under-served, new customer segments across diverse sectors such as financial services, education, healthcare and others
Indian School of Business (ISB) today said it has launched the digital identity research initiative (DIRI) to promote an academic study of the Aadhaar card and its implications. (Photo/UIDAI)

ISB got $2 million grant for studying impact of Aadhaar card

Indian School of Business (ISB) has launched the digital identity research initiative (DIRI) to promote an academic study of the Aadhaar card and its implications
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