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The digital transactions per se have gone up by about 40-50 per cent post demonetisation.
The startup is a service provider of two-wheeler at the customer's doorstep with an estimated time of arrival (ETA) of 20-25 minutes at a price range of Rs 4/km to Rs 6/km, which includes fuel and insurance.
The State IT Minister K T Rama Rao had announced in June 2016 that the second phase is scheduled to come in the next three years.
More women-centric events and role models will lead to growth.
There are a lot of IT-based startups that have mushroomed in the last four to five years. Now, they as well as IT professionals want to venture into agriculture as they feel that it has a lot of potential, being a niche area.
Hyderabad-based CtrlS claims to be the only tier-IV data centre (DC) company in Asia and the only one in India.
Waste Ventures India helps corporates and housing societies in segregating and disposing of recyclable waste by collecting and selling it.
Facebook has selected FixU for its FbStart programme and as part of the investment, the startup will get access to services and tools, global events and opportunities to engage with networking giant.
Even as the sector is gaining prominence in the IT field, India is facing shortage of professionals.
“We believe that there is a lot of untapped potential in the smaller towns and cities of Telangana and we want to encourage these entrepreneurs as well," said State IT Secretary Jayesh Ranjan.
The startup started its beta version about six months is all set to go live and is aiming to enable Rs 6,500 crore worth loans by 2024, which in turn will create 1,60,000 jobs in the same period.
24 Mantra Organic announced the launch of new variants in ready-to-cook and snacks segment. It has introduced organic Biryani, Pongal and Khichdi, Dosa mix, Ragi idly mix in the ready-to-eat segment.
This MoU is part of the larger campaign by Telangana Information Technology Association to make Hyderabad the first solar city in the country," TITA said in a statement.
“We are in line with the initiative of Digital India with our Digital Telangana plan and under this we are poised to make sure every household has internet connection by 2018," KTR said.
Telangana industry experts and government opine that the TS-iPass policy has been one of the major contributing factors for the State's growth in the 'ease of doing business' rankings.
The app is an all-in-one experience wherein users can watch videos, listen to music, book cab, order food and do mobile payments.