Info Edge India, the holding company for Indian jobs portal Naukri, is looking to raise INR7.5 billion ($100 million) for a debut venture capital fund.
Indian venture capital player Iron Pillar Capital Management has brought in US-headquartered real estate investment firm Nitya Capital as a strategic investor.
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Singapore-based start-up incubator Antler will launch operations in India later in the year and plans to raise upto $50 million to invest in start-ups in the country.
Fullerton India Credit (FICC), an Indian non-banking financial company (NBFC) owned by Singapore's Temasek Holdings, has raised INR7.5 billion ($100 million) in funding from its parent.
Basis Vectors, a US-headquartered investment firm established by the Indian founder of a VC-backed start-up, has raised a $50 million fund that will acquire and develop software-as-a-service (SaaS) companies.
India Grid Trust (IndiGrid), an infrastructure investment trust backed by KKR and GIC Private, has acquired a power distribution company in north India for INR3.1 billion ($134 million).
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Indian VC firm Inventus Capital has led a INR200 million ($2.6 million) funding round for local electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer Euler Motors.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC) plans to invest $10 million in the second fund raised by Endiya Partners, an early-stage venture capital investor based in India.
KKR has made its largest private equity investment in Asia to date with a commitment of INR113.6 billion ($1.5 billion) in Jio Platforms, the holding company for various internet and telecom assets owned by Indian oil-to-retail conglomerate Reliance Industries.
ADQ, a state-owned holding company in the United Arab Emirates, has launched an AED1.1 billion fund ($300 million) that will invest in Indian and Southeast Asian start-ups with expansion plans in the Middle East.
B Capital has led a $60 million Series B round for Khatabook, a digital ledger software provider for micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in India.
Anchorless Bangladesh, a New York-headquartered VC firm dedicated to the country, has made its debut investment in a local logistics start-up.
Indian venture capital firm Iron Pillar Capital Management has added $45 million to its maiden fund to support the capital needs of existing portfolio companies.
KKR has recruited Gaurav Trehan, a partner at TPG Capital, to head up its private equity operations in India.
General Atlantic has agreed to invest INR65.98 billion ($870 million) in Jio Platforms, becoming the fourth investor in the holding company for Indian conglomerate Reliance Industries' internet and telecom assets.
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Sixth Sense, an Indian venture capital firm that invests in early-stage start-ups, has set a target of INR15 billion ($200 million) for its third fund.
Indian agricultural technology start-up Intello Labs has raised $5.9 million in a Series A funding round led by Saama Capital, Singapore’s Grow and SVG Ventures-Thrive.
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Shiprocket, an Indian logistics aggregator that primarily solves shipping needs of small businesses, has raised $13 million in a funding round led by US VC firm Tribe Capital.
The Carlyle Group has reached agreements that could see it pay INR16.3 billion ($216 million) for up to 74% of Indian animal healthcare services provider SeQuent Scientific.