New Internet users in India aren’t used to buying things online. So e-commerce companies are investing in original video in order to keep users around on their apps.
Excessive app permissions are all over Android, and since the companies aren’t doing enough, it’s up to us to be careful.
While the costs of demonetisation have been socialised by India's poor, the benefits have been privatised.
The trio allegedly threatened to leak data from the firm.
You can check in anytime you like, but you can never leave.
Indian tech companies are following the example set by their Chinese investors in pleasing the state and ruling party, rather than protecting their users.
The news was announced after they received final approval from the RBI.
Japan's Softbank Group, an investor in Snapdeal, is reportedly leading the sale discussions.
The I&B Ministry has issued an advisory to print medium to check-up the permission from competent authority before issuing any advertisement.
"We will introduce new features to prevent credit card misuse in adding money."
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has picked up the stake.
A new entity will be spun out that will be called ‘PayTM Mall' or ‘PayTM Bazaar.’
"This partnership will enhance the business prospects and quality of life of thousands of indigenous weavers and craftsmen."
This will allow the company to offer other financial products and to boost its merchant payment network.
Now the customers would be able to add money to the wallet through UPI.
"Demonetisation is the biggest scandal in independent India."