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Engineering student by education and Entrepreneur by choice. Asish is a TCS Best Student Awardee, NDTV featured student entrepreneur and International School of Entrepreneurship Education awardee. He also worked with many startups and big companies for their business development and strategical growth. Asish has been heading The Startup Journal since its inception in 2014.

Uber Sues Taxi Driver Associations For Rs. 12 Cr

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Uber Sues Taxi Associations

After a number of strikes and driver protests against it, cab hailing company Uber has approached the Bombay High court seeking Rs 12 crore in damages from certain taxi owners and driver associations for disrupting its operations hurting its reputation. “The defendants are deliberately, unlawfully and wrongfully resorting to violence...

Give Startups A Chance

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With more and more opportunities such as the Navi Mumbai Entrepreneur Meet this March, launching a startup has never seemed so easy. And yet, not every startup is met with success. In truth, more often than not startups struggle and disperse their investments in an attempt to look professional. Unfortunately, most...

10 Real Ways To Make Money While In College

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make money in college

We all have crossed the same journey called college life and know how it goes. No matter how carefully you’ve budgeted, halfway through the semester, you need some extra cash. Whether it’s for some books, partying with friends or for a small trip, something always comes up. I’ve also been...

Credihealth Raises $1.5 Mn In Pre-Series A Funding

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Team Credihealth

Credihealth, India’s leading medical assistance company has successfully concluded its Pre-Series A funding round. The healthcare startup has secured an investment of USD 1.5 million from Tolaram Inc., family office investment arm of Tolaram Group and Mountain Pine Capital. Bala Swaminathan (Ex) KPMG partner, one of the earliest investors in the...