Recently, Ascent Capital exited its investment in CARE.
Manipal Health is backed by IVFA, IDFC Alternatives and Kotak PE.
It is currently raising two realty funds.
It is also an investor in M&M.
The asset has also seen CPPIB, Abu Dhabi Investment Authority and APG as suitors.
As of June 30, 2014, CalPERS managed assets worth around $301 billion.
It is currently backed by Khazanah while KKR invested in a promoter holding firm.
GIC picks under 1 per cent stake for over $11 million.
GIC had co-invested with Baring India PE in 2012.
It had invested around $20 million through secondary PE deals.
It saw a sharp fall in revenue but cut losses in FY14.
It is looking to increase its presence four-fold to 200 cities by the end of this year.
Bandhan is also scooping fresh money from existing investor IFC.
Temasek is also an investor in oncology chain HCG.
IFC previously invested $57 million in Bandhan through equity and NCDs.
IVFA recently inked a deal to exit private FM radio operator Radio City.
Blackstone's seven-year-old investment is still deep underwater.
Besides its own brand, the firm is bringing AirAsia's no-frills hotel chain Tune to India.
In August last year, TaxiForSure raised $30 million from Accel Partners and Bessemer.
It has hired mid-market investment banking firm RiverBridge Investment Advisors to scout for investors.
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Sigh! 32 Million of tax payer's money...
no doubt now that india is going to fail in entrepreneurship also