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Startup Saturday: Women Startup Tracking Health & Cars24 Joins NBFC License Line

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1) In a bid to strengthen its health product offering, Delhi-based women community startup, Sheroes has acquired women health tracker Maya for an undisclosed amount.

2) AdvantEdge Founders have announced their second fund. The $42 million fund will invest in Traveltech and Logistics Startups.

3) Cars24 joins NBFC license line. After Ola, the auto startup becomes the second internet company to apply for NBFC license.

4) Sequoia Capital India surges into addressing fund raising issue for early-stage start-ups. The VC firm is launching Surge, a rapid scale-up program for early-stage startups.

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