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P2P launched in April, 2016 has recently come up with its newest operation known as “Cabby cabs”. The operation is based in Mumbai but they have started pilot operations in Pune too.
In a recent development in the corporate world, Cyrus Mistry who was selected to be the succeed Ratan Tata as the chairperson of the Tata group was sacked yesterday.
The technology giant Microsoft has recently launched a Cybersecurity Engagement centre in Gurgaon, Haryana which will help the company in identifying threats and manage them well on the cyber front.
World’s first food blogging platform Cucumbertown to shut down its operation soon.
RailYatri raises fresh funding from Nandan Nilekani, Helion Ventures, Omidyar Partners and Blume Ventures
RailYatri, the train traveling consumer app startup, has raised fresh funding with participation from all its existing investors – Nandan Nilekani, Helion Ventures, Omidyar Partners and Blume Ventures.
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