Every year, 1,50,000 patients travel to India to seek medical treatment. But, due to coronavirus, the industry is now one of the worst-hit sectors.
Delhi-based startup AIGROEDGE has built a proprietary IoT sensor that monitors agricultural lands in real-time and improves crop visibility.
Started in 1989 by Vinod Saraf, Vinati Organics Limited is a speciality chemicals manufacturing company exporting products worldwide.
Groww, which lets customers buy and sell mutual funds online, has evolved into an end-to-end platform to solve consumer needs.
Chalo, a Mumbai-based startup, is working with state governments to ensure commuters use safe and efficient bus transport systems.
Apart from being an education hub, Uttarakhand is also home to at least 66 startups registered under Startup India, a Government of India initiative.
After adding the Hindi language interface, ecommerce giant Flipkart has expanded to connect with Kannada, Tamil, and Telugu consumers.
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