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Funding roundup: Aisle, Qlivery, Teabox and more

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Bangalore based matchmaking startup Aisle has raised Rs 1.25 crore from TermSheet.io and ah! Ventures (Anand Vijay, Mekin Maheshwari and Anand Chandrasekaran among others), reports VCCircle. The company was founded by Able Joseph in July 2014 and operates in Bangalore, Delhi and Mumbai. It plans to extend to other cities.

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Gurgaon based Qlivery, an on demand concierge company, has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Chandigarh Angels Network, reports VCCircle. Qlivery will use the funds for scaling operations and improving technology. The company was founded by Karan Saharan, Chetan Agarwal, Sonal Saraogi, Shivani Agarwal and Rohit Pansari in June last year. It operates like Grofers, collecting orders and delivering them.

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PlexusMD, a networking platform for doctors, health professionals and organisations, has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Arihant Patni, Avnish Mehra, Pranay Adhvaryu and Ravi Sampat, reports VCCircle. The company was founded by Rohan Desai, Binal Doshi and Kinnar Shah.

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ShabdaNagari, a Hindi networking portal, has raised $200,000 from Kanpur Angels and other unnamed investors, reports VCCircle. It will use the funds to expand genres and upgrade UI, according to the report. The company was started by Amitesh Mishra, Kaplnesh Gupta and Nikhil Tiwari a year ago and claims to have 20,000 registered users, other than publishing 100 articles daily.

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Online tea store Teabox has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Ratan Tata, reports VCCircle. The company will use the money to expand further globally. It claims to work with 200 tea plantations in India and Nepal. In March last year, Teabox had raised $6 million in Series A funding led by JAFCO Asia and participation from Accel Partners, Keystone Group LP and Dragoneer Investment Group.

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Social crowdfunding platform BitGiving has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Harminder Sahni, Krishna Mehra and Sanjay Bakshi among other unnamed investors, reports VCCircle. It will use the funds for hiring, product development and marketing. In March last year, the company appointed its co-founder and COO Ishita Anand as its CEO. Fahad Moti Khan, the previous CEO, would continue to be a part of BitGiving’s advisory board.

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