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The new funds will be used in developing the product further, hiring and expanding presence outside India.
With the new funds, the Delhi-based company said it hopes to resolve the affordability problem that exists with solar rooftops in India.
The Bengaluru-based company aims to create a pan India network of large format garages that offer a one-stop hyperlocal solution for all car ownership and maintenance needs.
Bengaluru-based Cashfree has grown steadily over the last few years and with profitability on its side, expects payments volumes on its platform to triple by the end of the calendar year.
Founded by recent IIT Roorkee graduates Kush Taneja and Sambhav Jain, FamPay said it will use the funds to build a quality engineering team to develop its technology and grow faster.
Jaipur-based DealShare is a platform that runs on an idea similar to China's Pinduoduo-bringing together the best deals on several products to those in the middle- and low-income segment.
The new funds would be used to create and aggregate more content as they look to solidify their presence in India as well as expand to certain international markets, on board advertisers, hire more talent and develop their technology further.
With the new funds, Gurugram-based Josh Talks plans to continue its domestic growth, build its skills vertical and take the platform to more developing nations.
The Mumbai-headquartered company said it would use the fresh funds to expand geographically, expand product portfolio and support regulatory clearances.
This round comes not long after it raised a separate $30 million round in August last year from Bertelsmann India Investments, Accel Partners and Sequoia India.
The new funds will help IntrCity by RailYatri further expand its bus network and enhance the tech platform.
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