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Practo raises $30 mn

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Practo Technologies, a web-based clinic management software developer, has raised $30 million (Rs 187 crore) in a Series-B round of funding led by Sequoia Capital, with Matrix Partners as a new investor. Practo will use the funds to expand in India and abroad. Practo offers services such as helping patients find relevant doctors online, compare them and schedule appointments.

Townscript raises angel funding

Pune-based Dyulok Technologies, which owns event ticketing platform, has raised an undisclosed amount in angel funding from multiple investors, including Carlyle Group's Managing Director Mahesh Parasuraman, MindTickle's co-founder Mohit Garg and Nipam Shah, founder, NRS Advisors, reports VC Circle. Townscript is a do-it-yourself event registration platform that allows its clients to create an event registration/ticketing page.

FindYahan raises angel funding

Delhi-based lifestyle services marketplace FindYahan India has raised an undisclosed amount in an angel funding round led by Karan Bajwa, managing director of Microsoft India. FindYahan is a location- based discovery platform for lifestyle services that connects skilled individuals and home businesses to their target customers.

Cambridge Clean raises $21 mn

Cambridge Clean Energy Ltd has raised $21 million in Series-A funding from Amadeus Capital Partners' Digital Prosperity Fund. The company is a provider of renewable energy management solutions as a service to telcos and mobile tower

Capital Float raises $13 mn

Capital Float, an online platform for SME (small and medium enterprises) lending, has raised $13 million in Series-A financing to support the company's rapid growth. The round was led by SAIF Partners and Sequoia Capital, with participation from existing investor Aspada. Capital Float platform has delivered nearly Rs 40 crore in loans to SMEs across India.

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First Published: Mon, February 16 2015. 00:05 IST