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20 January, 2016 12:05 PM LeEco makes India debut with LeMax, LeMax Sapphire and Le 1S smartphones

Chinese handset maker LeTV has forayed into the Indian smartphone market with the launch of LeEco Max smartphone. NEW DELHI: Chinese handset maker LeTV, which recently got renamed as LeEco, has forayed into the Indian smartphone market with the launch of LeEco Max smartphone. The company's flagship model, Le Max Sapphire features a sapphire glass display 63

20 January, 2016 11:28 AM Le Max and Le 1s Launched in India: Price, Specifications, and More

Chinese Internet conglomerate Letv, which was recently re-branded to LeEco (short for Le Ecosystem), on Wednesday launched two smartphones in India - the Le Max and Le 1s. Both smartphones will be available exclusively via Flipkart, with the former having its first flash sale on February 16, and the latter on February 2. Registrations begin Wednesday 74

20 January, 2016 6:59 AM Indian Startups at Risk as Investors Close Taps, Modi Fund Falls Short

After pumping billions of dollars into Indian Internet startups in the last 24 months, global investors are cutting that flood back to a trickle as dreams of huge online sales are clouded by soaring valuations and still-distant profits. Even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi lines up a four-year, $1.5 billion (roughly Rs. 10,204 crores) government fund to help startups 61

20 January, 2016 6:00 AM India startups at risk as investors close taps, PM Modi fund falls short

After pumping billions of dollars into Indian internet startups in the last 24 months, global investors are cutting that flood back to a trickle. MUMBAI: After pumping billions of dollars into Indian internet startups in the last 24 months, global investors are cutting that flood back to a trickle as dreams of huge online sales are clouded by soaring 49

20 January, 2016 5:23 AM India start-ups at risk as Modi fund falls short

India start-ups at risk as Modi fund falls short After pumping billions of dollars into Indian Internet start-ups in the last 24 months, global investors are cutting that flood back to a trickle as dreams of huge online sales are clouded by soaring valuations and still-distant profits. Even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi lines up a four-year, $1.5 billion 53

20 January, 2016 3:20 AM 10 years of venture capital investing in India: Time to pause, reflect & correct

The concerns aren’t being discussed in hushed tones any more. By all accounts, the correction in India’s venture capital (VC) market is real. Large cheques aren’t being written out as quickly as they used to be six months ago. Fund managers are monitoring cash-burn rates in portfolio companies much more closely. And, every investor with bets—large or small 3168

20 January, 2016 2:16 AM Start-ups at risk as investors close taps, Modi fund falls short

Even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi lines up a four-year, USD 1.5 billion government fund to help startups create jobs, entrepreneurs fear that may prove a drop in the ocean. Venture capitalists have already tightened purse strings as ripples from China's economic slowdown lap around the world Even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi lines up a four-year 45

20 January, 2016 2:06 AM India start-ups at risk as investors close taps, Modi fund falls short

After pumping billions of dollars into Indian Internet start-ups in the last 24 months, global investors are cutting that flood back a trickle as dreams of huge online sales are clouded by soaring valuations and still-distant profits. Even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi lines up a four-year, $1.5 billion government fund to help startups create jobs, entrepreneurs 62

19 January, 2016 10:05 PM Indian start-ups at risk as investors close taps, Narendra Modi fund falls short

MUMBAI: After pumping billions of dollars into Indian internet start-ups in the last 24 months, global investors are cutting that flood back a trickle as dreams of huge online sales are clouded by soaring valuations and still-distant profits. Even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi lines up a four-year, $1.5 billion government fund to help startups create 22

18 January, 2016 6:35 AM Intex Aqua Air II With 5-Inch Display Launched at Rs. 4,690

Intex after launching the Cloud 4G last week has now unveiled a new entry-level Aqua Air II smartphone. Priced at Rs. 4,690, the Intex Aqua Air II is now listed on the company site and can be expected to be available in the market soon. The Aqua Air II is a dual-SIM smartphone running dated Android 4.4 KitKat out-of-the-box. It features a 5-inch FWVGA 27