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    In Pictures: Seven Indian startups that joined the unicorn club in 2019

    In Pictures: Seven Indian startups that joined the unicorn club in 2019

    In Pictures: Seven Indian startups that joined the unicorn club in 2019
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    By Pradeep Suresh   IST (Published)

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    India has added seven unicorns in the first eight months of 2019, taking the total number of unicorns to 24, revealed IT industry body Nasscom's annual report. At 24, India stands at the third spot on the global unicorn list, after the US and China, that have 203 and 206 unicorns, respectively.

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    Bigbasket is a Bengaluru-based online grocery store with total funding of $885 million. Ola Electric too is headquartered in Bengaluru.

    Delhivery, a Delhi-based firm, offers logistics services for Indian ecommerce companies. It has a total funding of $306 million. Rivigo, a Gurugram-based firm with total funding of $238 million, is a tech-enabled logistics with a truck fleet of its own.
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    Delhivery, a Delhi-based firm, offers logistics services for Indian e-commerce companies. It has total funding of $306 million. (Image Source: Company Website)

    Rivigo, a Gurugram-based firm with total funding of $238 million, is a tech-enabled logistics with a truck fleet of its own.
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    Rivigo, a Gurugram-based firm with total funding of $238 million, is a tech-enabled logistics firm with a truck fleet of its own. (Image Source: Company Website)

    Dream 11, with total funding of $100 million, is a Mumbai-based online platform for playing real-time fantasy cricket and football.
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    Dream 11, with total funding of $100 million, is a Mumbai-based online platform for playing real-time fantasy cricket and football. (Image Source: Wikimedia Commons)

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    Pune-based startup Druva, with a funding of $211 million, offers a backup and data loss prevention solution for enterprises.

    FILE PHOTO: Mahindra's, e2oPlus, operated by Indian ride-hailing company Ola, is seen at an electric vehicle charging station in Nagpur, India January 24, 2018. REUTERS/Aditi Shah/File Photo
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    Ola Electric, that has total funding of $306 million, is a developer of electric mobility services and charging infrastructure. (REUTERS/Aditi Shah/File Photo)

    While Icertis, with total funding of $330 million, is a cloud-based contract management platform
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    Icertis, with total funding of $330 million, is a cloud-based contract management platform that is based in Pune. (Image Source: Company Website)

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