TLabs, the incubation unit from Times Internet*, has announced its second batch of startups, featuring Happay, Langhar, GradeStack, Offermandi, Ooogwave, PrepSquare and iExperience. TLabs provides seed funding of Rs 10 lakhs for 10% stake in the company, and mentorship in building the minimum viable product, apart from networking with VCs and angel funds. Here's a look at the consumer internet and mobile startups in their current batch: Happay: Happay is working on building a mobile wallet service that has partnered with ZipCash to offer this service. They intend to use only a mobile number and unique ID for the customers to access this service. They are also in the process of acquiring merchants across locations such as Mumbai, Delhi and Pune. Langhar: Langhar is a platform help users discover food cooked by people in their homes. They intend to build a community and marketplace for anyone who is interested in cooking and earning out of it. People interested in trying new and different food can get touch with these cooks on Langhar and dine at their place. It is unclear how far have they looked into the safety of going to a stranger's home to dine. The company described itself as AIRBNB for food in the information shared with MediaNama. They are presently targeting this platform for U.S and India. This service is in direct competition with MealNut which has a similar model where people can order food from homes and get them home delivered. As for the differentiating factor between Langhar and MealNut, Abhimanyu…
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