Tech wrap: Facebook India partners with VCs to help businesses, TikTok helps a woman find her missing husband, a bank employee in India is arrested for cryptocurrency scam

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Facebook is strengthening its India investments – partners with VCs to aid small businesses

Facebook is strengthening its India investments – partners with VCs to aid small businesses

Facebook India announced a VC Brand Incubator Program where it is partnering with venture capital funds in India to aid small and medium sized businesses. Vohra also said that several SMBs are aiding a larger social change. They are empowering women entrepreneurs, while impacting businesses in tier-2 and tier-3 towns.

Facebook is said to combat fake 'health tips' as it sets to rebuild its credibility

Facebook is said to combat fake 'health tips' as it sets to rebuild its credibility

Facebook is decluttering your timeline by doing away with sensational and fake posts on health and nutrition. The social media giant has made two ranking updates to reduce posts with exaggerated or sensational health claims.

Standard Chartered employee arrested over cryptocurrency and other scams

Standard Chartered employee arrested over cryptocurrency and other scams

In India’s National Capital, the police has arrested a private bank manager for his alleged involvement in several financial frauds including cryptocurrency scams.

TikTok video helps a woman find her husband who went missing 3 years back

TikTok video helps a woman find her husband who went missing 3 years back

In Villupuram, Tamil Nadu, a woman found her husband who was missing for three years on TikTok. According to reports, Jayapradha who hails from Villupuram had filed a complaint about her missing husband Suresh in 2016. Three years later, a relative spotted someone who looked like Suresh and when she checked with Jayapradha it turned out to be Suresh indeed.

Tesla had a great quarter, announces that it delivered 95,200 cars in Q2

Tesla had a great quarter, announces that it delivered 95,200 cars in Q2

Breaking all its previous production and delivery records, Elon Musk's electric car-maker Tesla has achieved a record production of 87,048 vehicles and record deliveries of approximately 95,200 vehicles in the second quarter of 2019.

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