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    Added on 22 October
    iPhone 14: Can India replace China as the world's factory? bbc.com Can India become the new manufacturing hub as global firms try to reduce their dependence on China?

    Added on 22 October
    Maharashtra: India village goes offline daily to help people talk bbc.com A Maharashtra village switches off TV and internet for a few hours daily - and the results are worth it.

    Added on 22 October
    India's virtual stars whose real faces you won't see bbc.com 'Virtual YouTubers' or VTubers use quirky digital avatars to mask their identities online.

    Added on 24 June
    SaaS Startup LeadSquared Becomes India’s 103rd Unicorn, Raises $153 Mn inc42.com Bengaluru-based SaaS startup LeadSquared has become the latest, and 103rd, entrant to India’s unicorn club, after raising $153 Mn.

    Added on 18 June
    ShareChat Funding: ShareChat gets funding from Google, Times Group | India Business News - Times of India timesofindia.indiatimes.com India Business News: ShareChat, which turned a unicorn (valued at $1 billion or more) last year, had raised $913 million in 2021. The venture has over 400 million monthly

    Added on 18 June
    OPPO India, Microsoft Launch Startup Competition, Winners Stands Chance to Win $1,50,000 news18.com Top three winners will represent India at the global level and stand a chance to win grants of USD 46,000 each. All participants eligible for Azure credits up to USD150,000.

    Added on 18 June
    Why are Indian startup founders fleeing to Dubai? restofworld.org “We are going back to the internet-boom era, where most of the tech founders or anybody who thought they could create a good product moved out.”

    Added on 18 June
    Google announces startup accelerator programme for women-led startups business-standard.com The Google's startup accelerator programme for women-focused founders will have two cohorts for this year and each cohort will support 20 women founders

    Added on 18 June
    Indian esports fantasy startup FanClash raises $40 million – TechCrunch techcrunch.com FanClash, a two-year-old Indian startup, is attempting to bring esports such as sleeper hit titles PUBG Mobile, COD and DOTA 2 to the fantasy sports world.

    Added on 05 June
    Nykaa to Mamaearth: Start-ups fuel India's growing love for skincare bbc.com Homegrown start-ups like Nykaa have disrupted the Indian skincare market with their wide range.

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