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Little Black Book gets $1.2 mn funding from IDG, IAN

Friday, May 27, 2016 | More »

Delhi-based curated city and lifestyle guide Little Black Book (LBB) has raised $1.2 million from IDG Ventures India and Indian Angel Network (IAN). Techcircle had first reported in April that LBB has received a commitment from IDG to bring in half of the total Rs 8 crore that it plans to raise, whi...


“TrulyMadly will beat Tinder to be India’s top dating app this year”

TrulyMadly has swiped right to grow in India’s nascent dating app market. The company founded by Sachin Bhatia, Rahul Kumar and Hitesh Dhingra in 2014 claims it has 100,000 daily users and that 30 per cent of those are women. TrulyMadly competes mainly with the US-based Tinder, which recently open...

22 February, 2016 | More »


Brokerage-free rentals marketplace Zocalo raises seed funding

Zocalo.in, a brokerage-free listing platform for rentals and paying guest accommodation, has raised an undisclosed amount in seed funding from startup accelerator GSF’s Rajesh Sawhney, MakeMyTrip co-founder Sachin Bhatia and others. WebChutney co-founder Sidharth Rao; Mahesh Parasuraman, forme...

5 August, 2015 | More »


Will TrulyMadly.com help reduce divorce rate in India?

After helping couples to plan the best honeymoon trip through their portal Makemytrip.com, the trio of Rahul Kumar, Hitesh Dhingra and Sachin Bhatia are all set to disrupt the match making market by launching TrulyMadly.com. The founders had heard many prospective grooms cry about not being able to ...

20 February, 2014 | More »


Internet entrepreneurs Hitesh Dhingra, Sachin Bhatia launch Trulymadly.com in beta; what’s on offer?

Hitesh Dhingra, co-founder of the now defunct Letsbuy.com as well as Sachin Bhatia and Rahul Kumar, founder and former product head, respectively, of MakeMyTrip.com (both eventually quit the OTA), have joined hands to launch Trulymadly.com. Being touted as a match-making site, it is not yet clear if...

2 July, 2013 | More »