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Inntot Technologies named among Top 10 Promising Startups of India

Thiruvananthapuram, Oct 26 (UNI) Inntot Technologies, a media entertainment startup incubated at the Kerala Startup Mission (KSUM), has been chosen as one of the Top 10 Promising Startups of India in 2017 at the "Industrial Innovation Awards" instituted by the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII).
Inntot has additionally bagged the CII Industrial Innovation Award for Best Service Start-up.
Based in Infopark, Kochi, Inntot Technologies specialises in providing cost-effective radio digital solutions and offers software solutions and services in Consumer Electronics, Automotive, Internet of Things and Mobile sectors.
The company was founded by Rajith Nair, CEO, and Prasanth Thankappan, CTO, at Kakkanad in 2014 before it moved to Infopark this year.
Inntot is also working on other technologies, including a communication facility that helps safe and comfortable vehicular traffic. It recently participated in the 26th edition of the IT Week held in Japan.
The CII Industrial Innovation Awards were instituted in 2014 to recognise and celebrate innovative Indian enterprises across industry segments.
Infosys co-founder and CII Startup Council Chairman S Gopalakrishnan was the Chairman of the award jury. Dr. Pronab Sen, Dr. Girish Sahni, Dr. Bindu Dey, Prof. Devang Khakhar, Prof. Y.S. Rajan, Prof. Rishikesha. T. Krishnan, Dr. V. Ramgopal Rao, Prof. Pami Dua, Dr. Pankaj Chandra, Prof. Pradyumna Vyas and Prof. Indranil Manna were the jury members.
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Girl rescued

16 Jul 2019 | 1:24 AM

Sagar, MP, July 15 (UNI) A girl hailing from Shillong was liberated on Monday at a local hotel from the clutches of a flesh trade gang that lured her here on the pretext of employment.

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Violence in MP town

16 Jul 2019 | 1:10 AM

Barwani, MP, July 15 (UNI) An additional police force was stationed in Sendhwa town on Monday subsequent to approximately half-a-dozen people being injured, numerous retail outlets damaged and vehicles targeted by some organisations in the wake of a minor pupil being kidnapped and sexually assaulted on Thursday.

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Monsoon taking a break over MP

16 Jul 2019 | 12:48 AM

Bhopal, July 15 (UNI) The southwest monsoon appears to have hit a ‘roadblock’ as Madhya Pradesh’ residents may have to wait for approximately a week prior to resumption of downpours.

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Sumitra reacts to Akash case

16 Jul 2019 | 12:13 AM

Indore, MP, July 15 (UNI) Erstwhile Lok Sabha speaker Sumitra Mahajan averred on Monday – in the context of the Bharatiya Janata Party’s local legislator Akash Vijayvargiya recently assaulting a Municipal Corporation official with a cricket bat – that an endeavour should be made to rectify erroneous conduct.

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Third regional zonal commanders meet to start on from July 15 in Kolkata

16 Jul 2019 | 12:07 AM

Visakhapatnam, Jul 15 (UNI) The Third Regional Zonal Commanders' Meeting is scheduled with Bangladesh Coast Guard (BCG) from July 15-18 at Kolkata, which will further strengthen the bonding between the two Coast Guards.

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