Big tech firms are making big bets on Indian startups.
A slew of startups are poised to take over the world of internet.
But how will it play out for the average Indian investor?
We look at what investors are looking for from the latest deals, and what’s going to happen to them if the markets do crash, in this edition of the Big Idea column.
The big tech stocks at stakeIn the last six months, the value of the Indian stocks traded on the stock exchange jumped by more than $6 trillion.
The value of these stocks in the last month has risen by about 40%, to $6.4 trillion.
The biggest of these is listed in the name of the world’s biggest tech company, Flipkart, which has an estimated value of $6,000 billion.
The company was launched in 2014, but it is currently listed on a stock exchange.
In March, Flipksar had announced a new product called Flipkarex, which is a virtual-reality headset that can be used on mobile devices.
It was announced that Flipkar had raised $3 billion, and it was also in talks with investors like SoftBank Group Corp (SBA) to buy the company.
Flipkarts new product is a smartwatch that will be sold in India.
The company is also reportedly in talks to sell its smartphone business, which was also set up by its founders.
A new round of funding is expected in the next two weeks, and the company is expected to announce its financial results in April.
Other big tech firms, such as Uber Technologies Inc (UBER.NS), Snapdeal Technologies Pvt.
Ltd (SNDG.NS) and Ola Group Ltd (OLAL.NS)’s V.
Tech have also launched new products in India, but they have failed to attract investors.
They have raised just $250 million.
There are some positives.
The companies that have raised money have been doing it in a big way, with many of the deals announced by these companies already taking over the market.
Many of the tech investors who backed the companies in India have also taken out a lot of debt, which will be a major obstacle for these companies.
On the other hand, the companies that haven’t raised money yet are doing it for a very different reason.
Many Indian companies have been started by small startups, with less than 10% ownership.
These companies have done very well because of their small size, but there are many more that are going to be more or less struggling.
So, they are going for the bigger bets.
The big tech companies have also been betting on the Indian markets.
For instance, Flipka, which operates a mobile wallet, has raised $5 billion from SoftBank.
The deal is expected on April 30.
Flipka has been one of the first Indian startups to use technology to make payments.
The biggest tech stocks in IndiaIn this section, we highlight some of the big tech startups that have emerged from the last few years.
We are including two Indian startups here, because the companies are both in the early stages of their growth.
These two companies have raised about $3.5 billion, which gives them an estimated valuation of around $1 billion.
They are also valued at around $10 billion, though their stock price has gone down.
Vircom, a mobile payments startup, is currently valued at $1.8 billion.
This is just the latest acquisition, though it is not the first.
The previous one was a $1-billion acquisition by SoftBank that saw Vircom acquire a portfolio of other startups.
Vidya, a smartphone startup, has a valuation of about $2 billion.
It is one of a number of Indian startups that are betting on mobile payments.
The last acquisition by Vircom was $1 million from Snapdeal.
The next big Indian tech IPOThe biggest Indian tech company that is not yet a big player is Flipkarna, which started in 2015 and has a market capitalisation of $1,800 billion.
The deal with SoftBank was announced on April 15, and this time, the company has raised a whopping $1 trillion.
Its valuation is pegged at $5.6 billion.
In India, it is also known as Vibrant, a tech startup, that was founded in 2011.
It was launched by four entrepreneurs, including founder of a mobile messaging app, Rahul Sharma.
The app is currently available in nearly 20 countries.
The two companies are now in discussions to merge.
Vibrance is looking to invest $300 million and Vircom is looking at $350 million, according to a report by the Times of Indian.
The other big Indian startup that is currently in talks is Ola, which launched in 2016.
It has a value of about a billion dollars, and has been valued at between $1 and $2.5 million.
Ola is the third-largest internet-based mobile wallet provider in India with more than 5 million users, according a report from