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Cardekho.com owner Girnar Software & Microsoft to settle legal dispute amicably

Wednesday, October 5, 2016 | More »

Girnar Soft owns CarDekho.com, Gaadi.com, Zigwheels.com and BuyingIQ, among other properties
In what can be termed as a happy ending in the dispute between the US tech giant Microsoft and domestic business process outsourcing (BPO) firm Girnar Software — which also runs popular auto portals such as cardekho.com and gaadi.com — over the alleged use of unlicensed software products...


Yes Bank to invest in startups

India’s fifth-largest private sector lender Yes Bank is likely to make equity investments in startups enrolling in its Yes: Head-Startup programme in the future, a senior executive told Techcircle.in. “Yes Bank will look at equity investments on a case-to-case basis and within regulatory guideli...

3 October, 2016 | More »


Scions of industry titans step in as Angels for startups

As startup funding gains ground in India, a new set of investors has begun taking bets on new ideas and enterprises. These are not seasoned investors with years of experience behind them like family offices, Angel or seed fund investors or venture capital firms. On the contrary, these are the young ...

2 August, 2016 | More »


HDFC Bank invests in auto portal CarDekho

Jaipur-based Girnar Software Pvt Ltd, the company behind auto portal CarDekho.com, has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from private sector lender HDFC Bank, the company said on Wednesday. The investment comes close on the heels of the company raising a Series B funding round worth $50 milli...

27 May, 2015 | More »

Vodafone Launches M-Paisa In Partnership With HDFC Bank

Vodafone India has partnered with HDFC bank to launch HDFC Bank MobileBank Account with Vodafone m-paisa. The service will leverage the intensive use of mobile phones in the country and has initially been started from the tehsil of Chomu, Rajasthan. Vodafone already offers a similar service called M...

28 November, 2011 | More »