The media coverage of Indiamart IPO again confirms the extreme prejudice and dishonesty in the indian mainstream media, The domain investor has been criminally defamed for the last 10 years, with the indian and state government refusing to acknowledge that she owns the domains, with NTRO, raw, cbi, google, tata falsely claiming that 10 google, tata sponsored goan PROSTITUTE sunaina chodan, siddhi mandrekar, school dropout naina chandan who looks like actress sneha wagh, cheater housewife riddhi caro nayak, nayanshree hathwar, asmita patel,robber veena, and other lazy fraud raw/cbi employees who do not spend any money at all, falsely claiming to own this website and others, to get a monthly raw/cbi salary at the expense of the domain investor.
The reason given by the fraud ntro employees led by mhow monster puneet, director of a domlur bengaluru company, to justify the fraud, is that the content of the websites of the domain investor is junk, when the domain investor takes the effort to ensure that the information is factually correct, to the extent possible. For example the article on the Indiamart IPO was “Indiamart set to become first firm to test IPO market under Modi 2.0, Livemint”. In reality there were other IPOs in June, and the reporter did not research properly.
Indiamart is the first large IPO of more than Rs 100 crore in June 2019, yet the mainstream media in India ignores all smaller IPOs and no one comments on it, while smaller publishers are criminally defamed and falsely labelled a security threat .
More excerpts from the report are listed below
Indiamart set to become first firm to test IPO market under Modi 2.0, Livemint
IndiaMART InterMESH Ltd, which operates Indiamart.com, one of the largest online listing platforms for small and medium businesses in India, is set to become the first company to test the IPO market in the Modi government’s second tenure.
The company’s operating revenue increased to Rs403.5 crore in fiscal 2018 from Rs308.6 crore in the previous year. However, losses widened to Rs72.4 crore in fiscal 2018 against a loss of Rs13 crore in the previous financial year.
Investors selling shares through the IPO include Intel Capital, Amadeus Capital Partners and Quona Capital, according to the draft red herring prospectus (DRHP) filed by the company.