Paytm said to be planning $3 billion IPO; OnePlus Nord CE 5G; and a chat with the makers of Dozee, a contact-less health monitor

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Leading today's briefing is news that Paytm, India's biggest digital payments provider, is planning an initial share sale to raise about $3 billion, or 218 billion rupees, around November, according to Bloomberg. This would be India's biggest IPO. Later, we talk to Mudit Dandwate and Gaurav Parchani, founders of Dozee, who have digitalised a 150-year-old technique of listening to the human heart to build a contact-less health monitor