Tuesday, December 06, 2022
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The development comes five months after it raised $255 million from marquee investors including Google, Times Group and Temasek

The Unacademy founder's tweet comes at a time when Indian start-ups are struggling to raise capital at a proper valuation and laying off their employees to stay profitable

The ongoing funding winter is likely to see the consolidation of certain technology verticals as investors return to quality over quantity, leading to a more sustainable investing pace

Tesla’s plan to enter the country has been on hold since 2019 as India levies a 60% import duty on EVs priced at $40,000 or lower. It also levies a 100% duty on EVs priced at more than $40,000