QIA leads $150mn investment round in Indian edu-tech firm Jul 11, 2019 0 461 12345 Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) has led a $150 million investment in BYJU’S, the world’s most valuable ed-tech company and the creator of India’s most loved learning app. The investment round also includes the participation from Owl Ventures, a leading investor in education technology and this is their first-ever investment in an Indian start-up. Chief Executive of QIA Mansoor al Mahmoud said this investment underlines the strong commitment of Qatar Investment Authority to the education sector and its focus on investing in the world’s leading innovators in the technology, media and communications industry (TMT). POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES Automatic Rapid Transit trial run in Al Khor next week: MoTC Jul 11, 2019 0 2838 Al Gharafa Immigration Bridge to reopen tomorrow Jul 11, 2019 0 729 Retractable roof installation complete at Al Bayt Stadium Jul 11, 2019 0 565 Amir meets top US officials QNA Washington The Amir HH Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al Thani met with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, at HH the Amir’s residence in Washington DC on Wednesday. The meeting reviewed the strategic bilateral relations and .. Two military training planes collide, pilots eject safely: MoD Two military training aircraft collided in mid-air without causing any casualties as both pilots ejected safely, the Ministry of Defense (MoD) stated on Wednesday. “During a training flight, a collision occurred .. US media heap praise on Amir-Trump meet The summit meeting between the Amir HH Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al Thani and US President Donald Trump drew great attention by US media and newspapers, as the two sides affirmed the deep-rooted relations between the two ..