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Ola’s grocery delivery plans goes beyond cabs

Tuesday, April 28, 2015 | More »

Online cab booking service Ola (formerly Olacabs), run by Mumbai-based ANI Technologies Pvt Ltd, seems to have a much more grand plan to leverage its platform for consumer internet services. The firm has floated a job ad in blue-collared job search site Babajob seeking delivery personnel with ‘...


Khosla Impact to invest in two Indian tech oriented social venture startups in a year

Khosla Impact, an independent $30-million ‘frontier markets fund’ providing investments for technology oriented social ventures across India and Africa, has quietly invested in five Indian firms over the last couple of years and is now looking to put in money in two more companies in 12 months, ...

29 August, 2013 | More »


Excl: Blue-collar job portal Babajob raises Series A funding from Gray Ghost Ventures, Vinod Khosla

Bangalore-based Babajob Services Pvt Ltd, which runs the  job portal for blue collared workers, has raised Series A funding of Rs 3.5 crore ($0.6 million) from social venture investment firm Gray Ghost Ventures, besides few individual investors including Silicon Valley veteran Vinod Khosla, sources...

8 August, 2012 | More »

CanvasM & Tata DOCOMO Collaborate For ‘Saral Rozgar’ Service

CanvasM Technologies, Tech Mahindra’s VAS subsidiary has collaborated with Tata DOCOMO, the unified brand of Tata Teleservices Limited for the ‘Saral Rozgar’ service. CanvasM had launched the service earlier in June, 2011 in partnership with NGO Rashtriya Rozgar Mission and the service is tar...

21 December, 2011 | More »


Babajob: ‘Poor Man’s LinkedIn’ Crosses Six Lakh Job Listings

There are thousands of job boards, but Babajob.com will surprise you. We are used to Naukri.com and Monster.com who promote the well-qualified and the upwardly mobile. But here is a website which will help you hire those who virtually run our everyday lives. From drivers to cooks and domestic helps ...

22 July, 2011 | More »