By Mihir Dalal
Founded in 2013, Oyo operates in more than 150 cities across India, China, Malaysia and Nepal.
Chinese internet firm Meituan-Dianping has also invested in the latest round.
The California-based fintech startup plans to scale up operations in India and replicate the model in other geographies.
In March, StanChart PE reached a provisional agreement to sell its real estate investment unit to Actis, part of the British government’s development arm CDC.
The PE firm plans to deploy major portion of the fund for buyout and control transactions.
Byju’s also claims it is one of the few Indian unicorns that has become profitable within a very short period of time since it launched its learning app in 2015.
Livspace counts Bessemer Venture Partners, Helion Venture Partners, Jungle Ventures and Square among its backers.
The company has hired investment bank Avendus Capital to help raise the funds by selling a significant minority stake
Firstcry held funding talks with Temasek last year but the discussions cooled because of differences over valuation.
Recently, Lodha Developers Ltd filed its draft prospectus for an IPO to raise Rs 3,750 crore in primary capital.