Gurgaon-based startup accelerator GreenHouse Ventures (GHV) has partnered with Makoto Takano, editor-in-chief of Forbes Japan and former president of PIMCO Japan Ltd, to launch a Rs 350 crore (around $52 million) fund for early stage Indian startups.  The focus will be around health tech, fintech, adtech and B2B marketplaces and investment size will vary anywhere between $2million and $5 million (Rs17-33 crore) in each startup.

Mumbai-based impact investor Ankur Capital has invested Rs 60 lakh ($89,000) in Suma Agro, a Chennai-based sustainable agro-input firm. Launched in 2011 Suma Agro offers humic-acid-based soil nutrient solutions, which, it claims, boost agricultural produce.It operates a sole manufacturing plant near Chennai which boasts of a production capacity of 24 lakh litres.