Jagmeet Singh

Jagmeet covers startups, tech policy-related updates, and all other major tech-centric developments from India for TechCrunch. He previously worked as a principal correspondent at NDTV. You can reach out to him at mail[at]journalistjagmeet[dot]com.

The Latest from Jagmeet Singh

Sequoia Capital India, GFC back 1-click payment checkout startup Nimbbl in $3.5m funding

Nimbbl, an Indian startup seeking to improve conversions for merchants with its 1-click payment checkout solution, has raised $3.5 million in seed and pre-Series A rounds from Sequoia Capital India, G

Twitter Blue relaunched has made just $11M on mobile in its first 3 months

Legacy Twitter checkmarks are disappearing on April 1st, Twitter says, and in the future, the only way users will be able to get the coveted blue badge is by paying for a Twitter Blue subscription. Th

4 Indian investors explain how their investment strategy has changed since 2021

We surveyed a few Indian investors to better understand how they're approaching investments, which sectors have their attention and how they prefer to be approached.

OpenAI’s ChatGPT Plus subscription launches in India

ChatGPT Plus, the subscription service for accessing OpenAI’s language AI model, is now available in India. The service features GPT-4, the latest version of the AI model that OpenAI launched ea

Krafton backs Indian influencer marketing platform One Impression in $10M funding

One Impression, an Indian influencer marketing platform that does business in markets including Indonesia, Dubai, Europe and the U.S., has raised $10 million in a funding round led by the South Korean

India’s HealthPlix raises $22M to accelerate growth and enhance healthcare delivery

HealthPlix, an Indian startup offering its in-house platform for doctors to help record patient data digitally, has raised $22 million in fresh investment to broaden its reach in the country and allow

Europe’s Bolt expands to Nepal with ride-hailing service

European startup Bolt is expanding to Nepal and launching its ride-hailing service in the country. The company’s previous market expansion was its launch in Thailand in 2020. On Wednesday, Bolt

India proposes to replace its two-decades-old IT law

India is proposing to replace its over two-decades-old IT law as the world’s second-largest internet market pushes for new guidelines to seek broader accountability from tech firms, revaluate who al

Indian startup Yes Madam exposed sensitive data of customers and gig workers

Indian at-home salon platform Yes Madam exposed the sensitive data of its customers and gig workers due to a server-side misconfiguration. Noida-based Yes Madam operates in more than 30 cities in the

SpotDraft shows that contract lifecycle management remains profitable, raises $26M

VCs see a rich opportunity in tools to manage the contract lifecycle. Two years ago, startups developing software that helps draft, manage and review contracts raised over $70 million in venture equit

Thoughtworks lays off around 500 employees amid ongoing slowdown

Thoughtworks has emerged as the latest tech company to join the ongoing trend of laying off employees amid the global economic slowdown. The software consultancy firm laid off about 4% of its global w

Xiaomi’s short-video app Zili is shutting down next month

Xiaomi’s India business has faced some significant knocks in the last year, and in the latest development, the handset giant is killing off Zili, one of its popular consumer apps. The short-form

Lightspeed backs CommandK’s mission to become the go-to enterprise security command center

CommandK, a startup offering a dedicated platform to manage enterprise security, has raised $3 million in a seed round led by Lightspeed. Companies accumulate a lot of sensitive data and store secrets

Sprinklr cuts 4% of global workforce amid slowdown

Customer experience firm Sprinklr has laid off roughly 4% of its global workforce — or more than 100 employees — as it realigns its headcount amid the ongoing economic slowdown. Sprinklr started t

Is Xiaomi’s shine dimming in India?

Xiaomi — the company that originally made its name as “the Apple of China” — broke out of its home market and became a household name in India shortly after its debut in 2014. Its init

Indian social media app Slick exposed childrens’ user data

Emerging Indian social media app Slick left an internal database containing users’ personal information, including data of school-going children, publicly exposed to the internet for months. Sin

Sequoia India’s Surge backs engineering analytics startup Hatica in $3.7M funding

Uber alums’ engineering analytics startup Hatica has raised $3.7 million in a funding round led by Sequoia India and Southeast Asia’s Surge, they said Thursday. The San Francisco-headquart

EV startup Zypp Electric nabs $25M to hit 30 Indian cities by 2025

Zypp Electric, an Indian startup that offers an EV-as-a-service platform catering to e-commerce companies and gig workers, has received a $25 million investment led by Taiwan’s battery-swapping

WhatsApp lets users put voice notes as status updates

WhatsApp Status, the feature that was introduced in 2017 as the company’s take on Snapchat Stories, has received a number of updates to make it more attractive and appealing to users. One of the

India’s gig economy drivers face bust in the country’s digital boom

Suneeta Kohli, a female Uber driver in New Delhi, had her account suddenly disabled one evening while she was en route to pick up a rider in a southern part of the capital city. “I was reaching
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