Week Wrap Up: From Paytm's OTT Plan to Google-Facebook's Newsy Investment, Here's All You Need to Know
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New OTT Player
After venturing into e-commerce and banking services, Paytm eyes the OTT space. The Indian unicorn is in partnering talks with Star India's video-streaming service Hotstar.
Kylie Jenner's Broken Record
What does it take to break Kylie Jenner's world record of having the most liked picture on Instagram? Well, nothing but a plain little egg. And the young beauty entrepreneur is seemingly not happy.
Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. Well, in Pandya's case it is the latter. Him being sent back from Australia despite being one of the most appreciated cricketers in playing 11 teaches us that no one is bigger than what's right.
After Google, Facebook plans to empower local journalism. The social network is investing $300 million in "news programs, partnerships and content."
Insurance space is as hot as ever. Online insurance distribution startup Turtlemint has closed a $25 million funding round led by Sequoia India.
Softbank's Startup Plan
Indian start-ups FirstCry and Delhivery catch Softbank's eye. The Japanese investment giant plans to invest $400 million in the mother care product and acquire around 38% stake in Delhivery.
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