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Kunal Shah Gets Funding, Maharashtra Will Get Tata EVs. 4 Things to Know Today

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1. Startups from Singapore now have an easy road into India. With PM Narendra Modi visiting Singapore, a MoU was signed Enterprise Singapore (ESG) and The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) Singapore to accelerate the entrepreneurial collaboration between the two countries.

2. Google is going all out to strengthen its hold in India. The company under its Next Billion initiative has launched a Q&A app 'Neighbourly' for communities in India to share local knowledge.  

3. Electric Vehicles are the new favourite of all automobile companies.  And in a bid to win the EV race, Tata Motors has now signed an MoU with the Maharashtra government pledging to launch 1000 EVs in Maharashtra, along with the launch of the Tata Tigor sedan EVs.

4. FreeCharge founder Kunal Shah has struck gold! Shah has raised $30 mn from Sequoia and foreign investors for his new venture. While everyone is expecting a venture in the healthcare or education space, reports suggest that he could be launching an incubator for consumer tech startups

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