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New startup Doorkeys aims to drag property buying in India into the digital era

Doorkeys is a new startup in India that wants to bring the process of buying a home online. Founded by real estate veteran Subhash Bedi, chairman and MD of Rising Straits Capital, an entrepreneur Arju

Entrepreneurs everywhere can now solve the problems of humanity

We no longer have a monopoly on disruptive innovation. The cost of building world-changing technologies has dropped exponentially and made it possible for entrepreneurs anywhere to solve the grand cha

LimeRoad, A Fashion Scrapbooking Site Based In India, Scoops Up $30M Series C

LimeRoad, a New Delhi-based site that lets users create and share collages of fashion product, announced today that it has raised a $30 million series C led by Tiger Global, with participation from Li

Uber And Ola Ordered To Stop Operating In New Delhi Until They Obtain Taxi Licenses

Car-hailing apps Uber and Ola have received a new warning from the New Delhi transport authorities, ordering both to stop operations until their applications for taxi licenses have finished processing

After Alleged Rape In New Delhi, Uber Lays Out Additional Safety Measures In India

Following an incident in which one of its drivers allegedly raped a female passenger in New Delhi, ride-hailing company Uber has announced additional safety measures it is taking in India. Those preca

After Rape Incident, Uber Suspends Service In New Delhi While It Reviews Operations

Uber has announced today that it will suspend services in New Delhi, India, pending a wider internal review of its operations in the city that will include a full audit of how it verifies riders and

New Delhi Extends Ban On Uber To Cover Other Taxi Apps

Authorities in Indian city New Delhi are expanding the ban on Uber to cover other taxi hailing apps until they acquire the relevant licenses, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal.

India’s Acid Burn Victims Crowdsource Treatment Costs After Attacks

Indians bear witness to an estimated 1,000 acid attacks a year, largely against women rejecting unwanted marriage proposals or defending themselves against male attackers. Now, the women, often from i