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I've called Google, this can't be allowed: IT Minister Vaishnaw as Google removes Indian apps

After Google delisted some Indian apps from Play Store on Friday, IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw said he has called Google as well as the app developers and he will be meeting them next week. "India is very clear, our policy is very clear. Our startups will get the protection that they need...This kind of de-listing cannot be permitted," he added.

Mar 2nd, 2024

I've called Google, this can't be allowed: IT Minister Vaishnaw as Google removes Indian apps

Pratham Nagpal

A day after Google removed 10 popular Indian apps, including five of Info Edge-owned businesses, over failing to comply with its billing policies, the internet company’s cofounder Sanjeev Bikhchandani on Saturday (March 2) said that they were intimated about the move just a few hours before the takedown.

Mar 2nd, 2024

Info Edge cofounders Protest as Google Delists More Apps

Pratham Nagpal

Indian startups raised $381.4 Mn in funding across 27 deals this week, a 345% surge from the previous week. Logistics services startup Shadowfax raised $100 Mn from TPG NewQuest, making the biggest funding round of this week. Reliance Industries and Disney made their joint venture official on February 28.

Mar 2nd, 2024

Indian startups raised $381 Mn this week across 27 deals

Pratham Nagpal

After delisting the apps of multiple Indian startups from Play Store, big tech major Google has also cracked its whip on Info Edge-owned classifieds site Naukri.com and prop-tech platform 99acres. The apps of the two platforms are not available on Google’s app marketplace.

Mar 2nd, 2024

Now, Google delists Info Edge’s Naukri & 99acres

Pratham Nagpal

Insurtech unicorn Digit Insurance has reportedly received the Securities and Exchange Board of India’s (SEBI’s) nod for its initial public offering (IPO), nearly a year after it refiled its draft red herring prospectus (DRHP) with the markets regulator. SEBI in a letter sent to Digit and its IPO advisers said, “The proposed issue can open for subscription within 12 months."

Mar 2nd, 2024

Insurtech unicorn Digit gets SEBI Nod for IPO

Rashaad

Bengaluru's Samosa Singh founders, Shikhar and Nidhi, turned their passion for samosas into a multi-crore venture. Their scientific approach to selling crisp samosas with all-day freshness is revolutionary. From selling their flat to conquering challenges, the couple has seen it all. Post-pandemic, the venture secured funding, expanding to 50+ outlets. The brand now exports to the Middle East.

Mar 2nd, 2024

Couple sold flat to sell samosas, built multi-crore samosa biz

Shreyasi Banerjee

A video showing singer Rihanna mispronouncing Radhika Merchant's name during the pre-wedding celebration of Radhika and Anant Ambani has gone viral. While mistakenly calling her 'Radiki', Rihanna said, "Thank you for having me here. God bless your union." "She's not Indian and it's hard to pronounce Radhika," a social media user said. "They should ask for a refund," another said.

Mar 2nd, 2024

Rihanna mispronounces Radhika Merchant's name during pre-wedding performance

Rashaad

Bengaluru's Samosa Singh founders, Shikhar and Nidhi, turned their passion for samosas into a multi-crore venture. Their scientific approach to selling crisp samosas with all-day freshness is revolutionary. From selling their flat to conquering challenges, the couple has seen it all. Post-pandemic, the venture secured funding, expanding to 50+ outlets. The brand now exports to the Middle East.

Mar 2nd, 2024

Couple sold flat to sell samosas, built multi-crore business

Kalpesh

India has successfully flagged off its first commercial trial shipment of pomegranates to the US via sea under the aegis of APEDA. Last year APEDA successfully carried out an air shipment of pomegranates with irradiation treatment and static trial in association with ICAR-NRC Pomegranate Solapur as a technical partner from Vashi in Navi Mumbai, the Commerce Ministry said on Friday.

Mar 2nd, 2024

 In a first, India exports pomegranates by sea to USA

Kalpesh

Gross Goods and Services Tax (GST) revenue collections for February rose by a robust 12.5 per cent year-on-year in February to ₹1,68,337 crore, according to figures released by the Finance Ministry on Friday. The growth was driven by a 13.9 per cent rise in GST from domestic transactions and 8.5 per cent increase in GST from import of goods.

Mar 2nd, 2024

 GST collections in Febuary rise 12.5% to over ₹1.68 lakh crore

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