The firm plans to expand its operations to over 100 clinics across the country.
It had previously raised around $10 million.
In July 2014, it raised close to $1 million in its Series A round of funding.
This is the fourth investment by the VC firm.
To date, it has raised $70 million.
Last year SAIF Partners and Sequoia Capital pared their stake with over 30x.
InI Farms had previously raised funding from Unilazer Ventures and Aavishkaar.
The total VC funding in the startup now stands at $50 million.
It provides original short video content that is accessible across all mobile platforms.
Ravindra Krishnappa led the angel round in March 2013.
The firm will use the funds for research and development to come out with a product that can charge mobile phones on solar energy.
It will invest up to $5 million in a startup.
It will use the funds to expand its reach across Maharashtra, Gujarat and Karnataka.
Last year, the firm raised funding from friends and family.
It also runs Giveter, an online recommendation engine for gifts.
It is the first external investor in family-owned Shera Energy.
It had raised Rs 1.5 crore in January 2014 from Kavin Bharti Mittal and others.
Founders associated with UK-based hedge fund and Shariah-compliant advisory firm.
The startup was founded in 2012.
Earlier the startup offered a regular booking platform for budget accomodation.
This is excellent news for the eco-system. Thanks to Nexus and Matrix.
So foolish of IL&FS PE to buy out Saffron Advisors (manager to Yatra Capital) at such high valuation; wonder...
Amazing products. Good going Mosambee team. Good luck
Dear Nikita, but that Quora post got no one sued.
It's cheap on Times Group to sue for an internal email sent...