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Kashimoksha Inc

Kashimoksha Inc was founded by Jata Shankar Dwivedi in 2008. Based out of Varanasi, this startup provides funeral services to all Hindus around the world. Their services include Asthi Visarjan, Varshik Shradh, Tripindi, Brahmin Bhoj, Narayan Bali, Rudrabhishek, etc. Each of these services has differ...

29 September, 2016 | More »


  Tributes.in is a venture by Rahul Jalan, founder of Indiaonline.in, launched by Pan India Network P. Ltd. in 2015. It is like an obituary in a newspaper, except that it’s online. One can create a profile or a personalized tribute page for their dear ones who are no more and give information...

29 September, 2016 | More »


From pizzas to insurance, IRCTC is making train travel hassle-free

Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC), a subsidiary of the government-controlled Indian Railways, has introduced several initiatives in September to improve commute experience for millions of travellers as well as develop the economy of an area. IRCTC, which started with booking 29...

27 September, 2016 | More »

WEE Foundation

IIT Delhi, WEE Foundation to help 45 women entrepreneurs

As many as 45 women entrepreneurs have been selected to be part of a three-month training programme under the Women Entrepreneurship and Empowerment Programme initiated by the WEE Foundation and IIT-Delhi. The free programme, slated to be launched at IIT Delhi on 1 October, will be conducted during ...

26 September, 2016 | More »


Most funded healthcare startups in India

Healthcare has always been a sought after sector when it comes to investments. Growing population, awareness and better incomes will only improve the state of healthcare in the country and the opportunity is clearly not lost on investors who have always believed in India’s consumption theme. To be...

22 September, 2016 | More »


Move over Gillette, try the startups cracking the men’s grooming market

Arvind Jacob, a 34-year-old HR manager with a multinational bank and financial services firm, is always on a look out for beard grooming products. He does not like what is locally available and what he likes is mostly only available overseas. Then a few months ago he came across Ustraa, a young star...

21 September, 2016 | More »

TC Panel 5

Overvaluation can mess it up for startups in the long run: Panellists at TechCircle meet

Valuing a business correctly holds equal importance for the investor as it does for a startup—the short-term win that comes from overvaluation can mess it up for startups in the long term, said panellists at TechCircle Startup 2016 – Delhi Edition. For instance, India’s largest e-commerce ...

25 August, 2016 | More »


Used car portals on a fundraising spree

Online automobile marketplace, especially for used cars and other vehicles, is a fast growing segment that has seen a lot of investments flowing in alongside a few mergers and acquisitions. Enthused by the growing customer base and transactions on these platforms, South African internet and digital ...

12 August, 2016 | More »


Five interesting yoga apps for a healthier you

Today is the second International Yoga Day. As the ancient practice of yoga goes digital, a number of innovative yoga apps have been developed that virtually double up as your personal yoga guru. These help you master the art of yoga, using tools such as audio and video tutorials and pictures. Check...

21 June, 2016 | More »


How Indian states plan to lead the startup revolution

The Startup India Action Plan is one of the pet projects of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. But action at the central level must be complemented by states. So what are state governments doing to foster the entrepreneurship spirit? Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra have always had an edge when ...

18 June, 2016 | More »

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