The court said, it is "also aware of the fact that the millions of users are denied their rights to have access to the said platform which also promises several good things."
The funding is aimed at helping GUVI create 1 million coders in India by 2020 through expansion of the company’s video content offerings in vernacular languages.
The Chinese parent company had appealed to the apex court against the high court's order.
Probe finds app remains breeding ground for such videos; company says it’s working with tech platforms, authorities.
Firms such as Facebook, YouTube, TikTok and Bigo Live will face even more regulatory scrutiny in future.
The Madras High Court on Tuesday had refused to stay the ban on the app.
In a previous hearing, the court had also asked the government would enact a statute to prevent the children becoming cyber/online victims.
In a bid to achieve its target of 25,000 seats by the end of FY 2019-2020, the company is also looking at further expansion in Mumbai, Bangalore, New Delhi and NCR.
According to Dvara, Varam Capital’s presence in Chhattisgarh and products will enable the combined entity to have a bigger presence in the country’ eastern region
A social technology company incubated at IIT Delhi has managed to bring forth steady and sustainable change in unregulated work environments.
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