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NGT asks CPCB to explain coercive steps taken against Amazon, Flipkart

A bench headed by NGT Chairperson Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel said the report filed by the apex pollution monitoring body does not mention the coercive steps taken in accordance with the provisions of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 and the plastic waste management rules.

Flipkart, Swiggy, Amazon step up safety measures to win customers' trust

Firms like Flipkart, Zomato, Amazon are investing in safety measures to win back the faith of the customers.

Amazon India scraps single-use plastic in packaging across centers

The Indian unit of Amazon.com Inc has eliminated all single-use plastic in its packaging across fulfillment centers in the country, in line with its target to weed out the packaging material by June.

CenturyPly forays into Indian e-commerce market by joining hands with Flipkart

This is a first of its kind association where a building material company has stepped into the e-commerce space to cash in on the spike in online shopping and digital consumption post the pandemic outbreak, said a press statement issued by the company.

Flipkart elevates five senior executives as senior VPs

This brings the total number of executives at the level of Senior vice-president to 14 in the homegrown etailer.

Amazon, Flipkart to increase warehouses

Amazon’s India unit has contracted 2 million sq ft while Walmart-backed Flipkart has contracted 1 million sq ft across Bengaluru, Mumbai Metropolitan Region, Hyderabad, Pune, Ahmedabad, Lucknow and Coimbatore, said multiple persons aware of the development.

Lockdown positive: E-grameen goes to town on its rural feat

The hyperlocal ecommerce platform, which could give tough competition to Flipkart, Amazon and BigBasket, among others, is now targeting to reach every panchayat in the country, they said.

Flipkart owner not surprised by Facebook’s Jio investment

Last month, Facebook had bought 9.9% stake in Jio Platforms for Rs 43,574 crore, making it the largest minority shareholder in the holding firm of Reliance Industries’ digital businesses including Reliance Jio Infocomm.

Covid-19 Impact: E-commerce gives a big boost to home fitness accessories as gyms remain shuttered

Decathlon said it had noted over 141% volume growth in the sale of gym benches and bench racks and 141% increase in demand for dumbbell kits or individual dumbbells. Even though the firm has reopened 60% of its stores following the relaxation of the lockdown, Decathlon has taken to phygital stores or app-based shopping with reserve-and-collect feature to sell its products.

E-commerce sales volumes back at pre-Covid levels

The volume jump in recent weeks was led by the significant uptick in sales of electronics, according to data from Unicommerce, a technology solutions provider for the ecommerce industry.

Push for 'country of origin' tag for eGoods

​​The move to have Amazon, Flipkart, Snapdeal and others display the ‘country of origin’ follows a mandate by the government’s own e-procurement portal Government e-Marketplace (GeM) for sellers to specify the ‘country of origin’ of goods.

DPIIT to hold meeting with ecommerce firms on Wednesday

The DPIIT has called a meeting of ecommerce companies on Wednesday amid domestic traders' demand to make it mandatory to mention 'country of origin' on each product sold at their platforms, according to sources.

Tiger Global to move court over denial of tax relief on Flipkart stake sale

Tiger Global entities had approached the AAR after the Income Tax Department rejected their application seeking benefits under the India-Mauritius Double Tax Avoidance Agreement (DTAA). The authority held that the Mauritius-registered companies were only “see-through entities” to avail of the benefits under the tax treaty and indicated that the real beneficiary was the US firm.

Chinese brands and retailers say no impact on sales due to border tension

Four leading cellphone and electronics retail chains said consumer sentiments towards Chinese brands have not changed since they perceive them to be value for money and good quality. A senior executive with a leading e-commerce marketplace said there is no dip in sales of the Chinese smartphone and electronic products.

Domestic etailers steers clear of ‘boycott China’ chorus

Both Amazon and Flipkart have been running campaigns to promote local brands and small manufacturers over the past couple of weeks just as #Boycott-China began picking up steam. Snapdeal said it has been focused on providing Indian MSMEs a platform to grow their businesses, without commenting on the India-China issue.

Mandate e-commerce players to mention country of origin of products: SJM requests govt

The govt should make it mandatory for e-commerce firms like Flipkart and Amazon to mention the country of manufacture or origin of a product on their platforms so that people can identify if they are made in China.

Flipkart's limited India operations hit global growth: Walmart

Flipkart's sales plunged after the Centre put restrictions on ecommerce companies.

Walmart says Flipkart's 'limited operations' negatively affected Q1 growth

"E-commerce contributed 9 per cent of total segment net sales, led by growth in China, Canada, UK and Mexico. Limited operations of the company's Flipkart business in India for a portion of the quarter negatively affected growth," said Walmart in a post earnings statement.

Flipkart group CFO Emily McNeal quits

Sources in the company said, McNeal’s role will now be divided between Sriram Venkataraman, who is expected to take over as the CFO of Flipkart as well as the fashion etailer Myntra, and Adarsh Nahata who is currently PhonePe’s CFO.

Coronavirus lockdown hangover lingers in e-tail selection

Le“Our sellers are struggling to manufacture since there is no labour and their factories are running much below capacity…,” a senior executive of a leading e-commerce marketplace said.

Fashion brands partner with Myntra for the first online sale post lockdown with deep discounting to woo back shoppers

India was under complete lockdown since Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced it on March 24 due to the coronavirus outbreak resulting in fashion retail companies earning zero revenue. Apparel and lifestyle brands were neither allowed to open stores nor sell online till early May.

Merchants, retailers and brands to revive India’s economy: Amazon

Online marketplaces were finally permitted to sell both essential and non-essential goods from May 18. “I think what matters is that we are able to serve customers now and sellers are very happy that they were able to jumpstart their businesses,” said Agarwal in an interview with ET.

Flipkart-Spencer's Retail confirms partnership; Flipkart exploring more alliances

As part of the deal with Spencer’s, the retailer will become a seller on the Flipkart platform and sell special packs of staples and FMCG products which will be delivered by Flipkart’s last-mile delivery network. This is probably one of the first such partnerships between an ecommerce firm and a retailer, industry executives said.

Flipkart focusing on hygiene and safety parameters

The e-commerce marketplace is also constantly monitoring the health of its employees and delivery associates using thermal guns, a company spokesperson said.

Flipkart CEO mails staff on change of plans

“We respect the decision because the government has many complex scenarios to manage while protecting more than a billion people in the country,” Krishnamurthy wrote in an email to employees. ET has reviewed a copy of the email.

Govt starts desi version of Flipkart and Amazon e-retail chain for rural India

The plan is being led by the Common Service Centres, the rural digital arm of the Centre.

Flipkart close to hyperlocal debut with 90-minute delivery

Etailer looks to muscle into hyperlocal space,leveraging last-mile strength of Shadowfax.

Flipkart adds three regional language interfaces

This will empower customers to comfortably undertake an end-to-end e-commerce journey in their local language with ease and is in line with Flipkart's aim of developing innovations to solve for the various pain points of consumers transitioning to e-commerce, a statement said.

Coronavirus lockdown: Ecommerce cart in fast lane, but may lose steam

Brisk sales of smartphones, laptops, tablets, kitchen and home appliances—in the week since all items were permitted to be sold online—have brought sales back to about 70% of pre-Covid levels, multiple executives told ET.

Ecommerce sites test waters with sober discounts

Over the weekend, Flipkart-owned fashion portal Myntra held its Month End sale, while online beauty retailer Nykaa ran its Restock sale and baby products retailer Firstcry started its summer sale.

Covid-19 Impact: Kids wear shopping sees big spurt after lockdown relaxation

Companies including Arvind Fashions, Flipkart, Amazon, Madura Fashion & Lifestyle, Puma, Myntra, Bestseller India and Snapdeal have seen sales from the segment nearly treble, making them one of the top sellers since the last phase of relaxation in lockdown rules.

Flipkart pushes electronics in first sale post lockdown

Flipkart is organising its first big sale event since the lockdown was lifted from June 23-27, with a focus on smartphones, television, laptops and fashion, at a time when overall industry sales volumes have recovered 80-90% of levels seen before the Covid-19 pandemic.

Ecommerce companies Flipkart, Snapdeal could resume full operations

Flipkart likely to accept orders for all items while others such as Amazon have sought clarification from the Centre on whether they can sell non-essentials in addition to food and grocery items.

Non-essentials may get etail off ventilator

The opening up of major metros for online sales will provide a big fillip to the industry, which still derives 70% of sales by value from the top 10 cities.

E-commerce players see strong demand for non-essential goods from red zones

E-commerce platforms saw a significant impact on their business during the lockdown, given that grocery segment accounts for a small portion of online sales. Sales of non-essential items on e-commerce platforms in the first week of May, after sales of such items were allowed in green and orange zones, were lower than last year on account of the lockdown.

Flipkart, Qualcomm partner for premium wireless audio devices under HRX brand

The devices feature Qualcomm cVc noise cancellation technology, supporting a superior voice call experience through noise and echo suppression, a statement said.

Prices may rise as Flipkart ups seller fee

Flipkart now charges an 8% commission for a trimmer priced up to Rs 500. This will be 14% from July 1. It will charge 9% for trimmers above Rs 1,000 compared to 8% now.

Flipkart, Amazon line up sales in May to help revive demand for non-essentials

Several brands wanted the two marketplaces to provide some sales booster since their cash reserves are affected due to no sales since late last month, they said. Also, it is now certain that the lockdown will get extended at least till the end of this month, although the restrictions might be eased a little in areas where the novel coronavirus infection is low.

New items in cart: Guitars and robot vacuums

Buying patterns are largely getting dictated by life’s travails under lockdown, major online marketplaces and retail chains say. Denied the comfort of domestic help doing the cleaning, and/or the cook doing lunches and dinners, the relatively better off are buying more labour-saving household devices that get the job done.

Facing curbs, ecommerce companies Flipkart and Amazon halt pickups from vendors

Amazon, Flipkart suspend pickups; offline retailers say warehouse closures by authorities hurting supplies.

Flipkart enters into a partnership with Spencer's Retail to expand essentials business

Flipkart’s food and grocery play has been the weakest point since it has been focussing more on smartphones, electronics, apparels and home products. But with the Covid-19 lockdown and consumers preferring to buy groceries and everyday essentials online led to this deal.

Flipkart preparing to start hyperlocal delivery services: Sources

The service will be available via the Flipkart app, and initially, deliveries will be done from local warehouses and select shops.

Gradual opening up non-essential goods via e-commerce will help meet consumer demands: Flipkart

The comments came after the government allowed neighbourhood and standalone shops, including those located in residential complexes in urban areas, to open (at 50 per cent strength and after taking necessary precautions) during the ongoing lockdown till May 3. In rural areas, all shops, except those in shopping malls, are allowed to open.

Coronavirus impact: Online demand for non-essential items low

Discretionary spending is almost non-existent as online consumers defer high-cost purchases in the wake of uncertainty caused by the spread of Covid-19, said the sources who fear the economic contagion will also spread to metropolitan areas that account for two-thirds of India’s online commerce.

E-commerce companies like Amazon, Flipkart seek time to comply with labelling rule

Companies have been asked to provide feedback within a fortnight about the modalities after discussing it with sellers on their platforms.

Government rejects Flipkart's plan to enter food retail

Flipkart FarmerMart had proposed to retail food products made or produced in India through Flipkart and other online and mobile platforms

Flipkart CEO reassures staff, says will honour all job offers

In a virtual townhall, Flipkart CEO assured over 6,000 employees that Flipkart was “financially healthy”.

Non essential e-commerce in the red even in green & orange zones

Ecommerce leaders including Amazon and Flipkart have been able to recover only one-fifth of their pre-Covid-19 demand even after they opened up sales of non-essentials across smaller towns and cities which fall under the Green and Orange zones, as per analysts and industry insiders.

How kirana shops have come close to technology's commerce play

Even the 25% of these shops that do have some technology touchpoint – through the use of payment services like Google Pay, Paytm or Phonepe, and procurement platforms like Udaan, Metro Cash & Carry, and others – are deeply underpenetrated, the research firm said.

FMCG to apparel, discounts to make a comeback soon

Deals on grocery and FMCG had evaporated days before lockdown in March last week when panic buying had started.

Mukesh Ambani nears deal to buy stake in Amazon’s India partner

Reliance is closing in on a deal that would see it acquire stakes in some units of Future Group.

Top Amazon vendor Cloudtail delays payments to suppliers

Cloudtail said it’s working with stakeholders to ensure that the disruption is minimised. “We are actively working with vendors, employees, marketplaces, banks and regulators to get through these testing times,” a Cloudtail spokesperson said.

Flipkart's voice assistant to help people shop for grocery

Flipkart said it had undertaken a detailed ethnographic study for over five months in multiple towns and cities to gather insights and opportunities that led to the development of the voice assistant for grocery.

Slow clearance of Chinese goods may put etailers like Amazon, Flipkart in a spot

India’s move to delay Customs clearance for goods, components and raw materials imported from China could hurt companies like Flipkart, Amazon, Snapdeal and Paytm Mall, as it puts at risk categories that contribute over 50% of sales on these ecommerce

Mission accomplished: Saving private labels in Covid season

Grocery space, once considered the toughest segment to enter, is changing. While private labels are paying off for startups, Kiranas are now open to digital payments. Consumers are preferring to buy lower-cost alternatives to tried and tested brands as spending is hit due to the uncertainty surrounding the economy in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, experts said.

The Budget move that leaves Amazon, Flipkart sellers with less money in hand

E-commerce marketplaces including Snapdeal, Amazon and Flipkart have approached the government through industry body Ficci seeking a reversal of the budget proposal.

Ban on non-essential sales continues for e-commerce firms

Amazon in a statement said that e-commerce offers the safest way to service the needs of consumers while ensuring social distancing and urged the government to allow online firms to sell all products. Flipkart on the other hand said that there was a need to meet consumer demands for items that enable consumers to work from home.

NCLAT sets asides insolvency proceedings against Flipkart

A three-member bench of the NCLAT released Flipkart from the corporate insolvency resolution process and directed the IRP appointed by NCLT to handover the records and assets of the company back to its promoter immediately. Earlier, on October 24, 2019, the Bengaluru Bench of NCLT had admitted the insolvency plea filed by Cloudwalker Streaming Technologies.

Lifestyle International appoints former Flipkart top executive Rishi Vasudev as CEO

“Rishi’s experience in fashion and consumer understanding will be a great asset to our business. He shares our group’s people and customer focus and his rich online and technology expertise will also be integral to bringing innovative solutions to our omni-channel business goals,” said H Ramanathan, chairman of the board - India.

Walmart to turn some stores into Flipkart warehouses

“Out of the 28 stores, six will be converted into fulfilment centres,” a person in the know said. Walmart’s plan is to turn many more of its ‘Best Price’ brand cashand-carry stores into warehousing in the coming months. The move comes barely a month after Walmart said it had sacked more than 50 employees in India as part of a restructuring plan.

UP and Gujarat joins other states to allow e-commerce sales in non-essentials

Already, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Odisha had issued notifications which allowed such sales. India’s two largest e-commerce marketplaces, Flipkart and Amazon, along with Snapdeal, Myntra and Paytm Mall are preparing for complete start of business.

Covid-19 Impact: Non-essential etailers hold horses

Sellers on e-commerce marketplaces are wary about products finding buyers as leading e-tailers Amazon and Flipkart have yet to provide clarity on demand despite a government directive allowing sale of non-essential items after April 20.

NCLAT sets aside CAIT plea against CCI nod to Flipkart's acquisition by Walmart

A two-member bench of the appellate tribunal headed by Justice S J Mukhopadhaya said CAIT failed to establish its allegations against CCI granting approval for Walmart-Flipkart deal. NCLAT also said Flipkart was not even made party by CAIT in its plea. "We find no merit in it, accordingly the appeal is dismissed," said NCLAT, upholding the CCI nod to the deal.

Flipkart leads Walmart’s international ecommerce numbers

Walmart said Flipkart now had over one billion visitors a month, with monthly active customers growing by 45% in the last one year and transactions per customer increasing by 30% in the same period. Apart from Flipkart leading international ecommerce sales for Walmart, the company said that the unit had reported record sales during its BigBillionDays sale event last year.

ShareChat Moj, Flipkart's 2GudSocial see a big slot

​Flipkart is piloting a new social commerce platform - 2GudSocial - with influencer-led video commerce, aimed at consumers from small towns and lower-income groups​.

Unfair practices: NCLAT directs competition watchdog to probe Flipkart

The All India Online Vendors Association (AIOVA) had approached the CCI in May 2018, alleging abuse of market dominance by ecommerce marketplace Flipkart Internet Pvt Ltd and Flipkart India Pvt Ltd, which is engaged in the wholesale trading and distribution of books, mobiles, computers and related accessories.

For e-commerce firms, April may be the cruellest month

The ecommerce sector cumulatively clocked sales of $32 billion last year.

Big brands unmask a hot new sales category

Amazon and Flipkart have asked apparel brands and suppliers to up their production of masks. For apparel companies, this huge demand for masks comes as a boon as their core products may not see an uptick in demand anytime soon, two industry executives said.

Our focus remains on pure-play ecommerce: Flipkart's Kalyan Krishnamurthy

Krishnamurthy said the Bengaluru-based company will deploy most of its investments and resources into winning commerce with a focus on value consumers and the lower end of the market.

CAIT to appeal against order staying probe on Amazon, Flipkart

In a statement the traders' body said that the court has stayed the order for investigation passed by the CCI on the ground that the ED has already initiated investigation into Flipkart and Amazon's activities that are alleged to be in contravention of the FDI policy and so, CAIT would now urge the government and the ED to fastrack the probe.

States start issuing notification allowing full scale operation of e-commerce firms

The Centre has allowed e-commerce firms to start their full-fledged operations from Aril 20, but has left it on the state governments to decide, in which areas and ensure compliance with rules of social distancing and sanitisation. However, all state governments have made it clear that no deliveries will be permitted either in the Covid-19 hotpots or containment zones within those areas.

Over 90% of sellers back on platform, seeing huge traction in new sign-ups from MSMEs: Flipkart

Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, West Bengal, Delhi and Tamil Nadu were the top states where local micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) have shown maximum interest in taking their businesses online.

Ecommerce cos, kirana stores tie-up to maintain essentials’ supply

While the ecommerce players were already sourcing from cash and carry companies, officials said collaboration with small retail stores is ideal in the current situation.

Amazon, Flipkart bring Diwali spirit to Republic Day sales

There will be no change in pricing and discount strategy of cos despite Goyal’s recent remarks. Discounts during the ongoing Republic Day and Great Indian sales on Flipkart and Amazon, respectively, will be similar to that last year

Motorola One Fusion+ goes on sale at Rs 16,999; Flipkart offers lucrative deals

The phone is available in two colour options - Moonlight White and Twilight Blue.

Coronavirus impact: Ecommerce operations resume but deliveries may move in slow lane

E-grocers BigBasket and Grofers, ecommerce firms Amazon and Flipkart, as well as B2B platforms Jumbotail and Udaan cautioned consumers and kirana stores to expect delayed deliveries as they deal with operational upheaval caused by the restriction on manufacturing and movement of goods, and people.

Amazon, Flipkart may approach govt for clarification on Budget proposal

New proposed levy of 1% TDS on e-commerce transactions could increase burden on sellers.

Govt committed to ensuring supply of essential goods: Piyush Goyal

Union Minister Piyush Goyal on Thursday said the government is committed to ensure uninterrupted supply of essential goods to the public. In a series of tweets, the Minister of Railways and Commerce & Industry said: "Had a video conference with stakeholders from e-commerce and logistics industry regarding the issues faced due to Covid-19 lockdown and discussed measures to resolve them."Govt committed to ensuring supply of essential goods: Piyush Goyal

No cash as Etailers go completely contactless

Contactless delivery means that an ecommerce or food package is prepared, packed and delivered under the strictest health and safety standards and procedures designed to minimise or eliminate contact between the delivery partner and the end consumer.

E-retailers still facing delivery challenges amid coronavirus lockdown

According to a senior industry executive, who did not wish to be named, e-commerce companies are finding it difficult to procure passes for their logistics and delivery staff separately for each state. The person said the process is time-consuming and instead the government can look at alternate mechanisms like digital identity checks.

E-commerce companies temporarily stop taking orders for non-essential items

"Paytm Mall has decided to help users buy essential products including household staples, healthcare, hygiene, personal safety products on its platform. The company would temporarily not take any new orders for products that fall in the non-essential categories including fashion, mobile, and accessories, white goods and electronics among others."

Will urge FM to probe alleged avoidance of GST by Amazon, Flipkart: CAIT

"Amazon and Flipkart have caused huge GST and income tax revenue loss to the government and CAIT will soon meet the finance minister and urge her to institute a investigation into avoidance of GST and income tax liability on both Amazon and Flipkart," CAIT said. CAIT also said the visit of Jeff Bezos on Wednesday to India will be greeted with strong protest.

Companies join hands to deliver groceries to customers’ doors

Uber, Domino's Pizza, Rapido, Zypp, Swiggy, Zomato and Scootsy have all ventured into grocery delivery in partnerships with retail chains such as Big Bazaar, Spencer’s Retail and Nature's Basket, and online grocers BigBasket and Grofers that are grappling with a massive shortage of employees due to flight of several migrant workers to their hometowns.

Sriram Venkataraman named Flipkart Commerce CFO

In his new role, Venkataraman will be responsible for key finance operations and functions at Flipkart and Myntra, including tax, risk management and treasury.

E-commerce firms tie up with retailers and e-grocers to help in last mile delivery

Uber, Domino's Pizza, Rapido, Zypp, Swiggy, Zomato and Scootsy have all ventured into grocery delivery in partnerships with retail chains such as Big Bazaar, Spencer’s Retail and Nature's Basket, and online grocers BigBasket and Grofers that are grappling with a massive shortage of employees due to flight of several migrant workers to their hometowns.

Coronavirus effect: State curbs choke ecommerce supplies

The action against grocery e-tailers such as Grofers, BigBasket and e-pharmacy player 1mg and their on-ground staff, apart from larger firms Flipkart and Amazon, comes despite ecommerce being exempt from Section 144-type restrictions that have been imposed by several states in the country. The egrocer cancelled or rescheduled as many as 170,000 orders on Sunday.

Tiger Global's tax dodge on Flipkart-Walmart deal is making Mauritius investors wary

Three Mauritius-based investment arms of Tiger Global had approached the AAR after the Income Tax Department rejected their application seeking benefits under the tax treaty.

Flipkart partners Vishal Mega Mart for home delivery of essentials

In wake of the nationwide lockdown (that started on March 25), many people have turned to e-commerce platforms to place orders for essential goods, including food and grocery, to stay away from crowds and to practice social distancing.

CAIT seeks audience with Trump to raise concern over biz practices of Amazon, Flipkart

The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) has been alleging violation of FDI policy rules by American e-commerce majors to the detriment of domestic retailers.

Flipkart scouts for land to develop campus to house all its businesses

One of Bengaluru’s oldest realtors said he was given a brief by Flipkart through an international realtor to find land for the e-commerce company. Flipkart has already rejected two land reports submitted by the realtor but talks are still on, the realtor said.

India under lockdown: Supply woes ease, but still a long road ahead

Trucks carrying essential supplies that had been stuck at state borders for days also began moving. Retailers and consumer companies said matters began improving after meetings with police and local authorities in many states. Not everyone is convinced the situation is better.

Amazon Pay now allows you to buy from local stores & pay via QR code

This initiative aims to encourage customers to visit small stores, which have seen a reduction in footfalls due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Flipkart, Amazon India's Pantry suspend operations temporarily

Amazon India had on Tuesday said it has temporarily stopped taking orders and disabled shipment of low-priority products as it focuses on delivery of essential items like household staples, hygiene and other high-priority products.

Awaiting advisory from states on resuming full services: Flipkart

E-commerce platforms saw a significant impact on their businesses during the lockdown, given that grocery segment accounts for a small portion of online sales.

Flipkart beefs up supply chain with two more warehouses

With the addition of the two units, Flipkart will now have 12 fulfilment centres in Haryana. Unlike traditional warehouses, fulfilment centres are equipped with highly automated pick, pack and shipping processes to facilitate safe and timely processing of orders.

Digital screen overuse during lockdown boosts demand for protective clear glasses, say leading eyewear retailers

Blue filter glasses, which protect the eyes from digital screen overuse, now accounts for more than half their sales, compared to about one-third last year for a few retailers.

Lockdown 4.0: E-commerce firms Flipkart, Amazon may finally resume full operations nationally

ET had reported that Flipkart and Amazon had been able to recover only 20% of their sales a week after the May 4 order that allowed them to resume business in green and orange zones.

Amazfit Stratos 3 with Dual OS comes to India at Rs 13,999; smartwatch available on Flipkart

The smartwatch is powered with a dual chip, and offers 14-day battery life.

As govt eases lockdown norms, e-commerce ready to load cart with ‘non-essentials’

Amazon, baby products retailer Firstcry and beauty portal Nykaa were among those which began full-fledged operations on Monday, following the Centre’s directives aimed at unshackling the economy in the fourth phase of the nationwide lockdown to stem the spread of Covid-19.

Draft ecommerce policy seeks to set up regulator, restrict data storage

The new draft policy proposed by the Centre brings in a regulator for the e-commerce sector.

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