Employees work inside their office in Gurgaon. Reuters
India will require e-commerce firms to treat sellers equally on their platforms and ensure transparency, according to a draft policy seen by Reuters on Saturday that follows criticism against business practices of big online companies.
India is considering revising its foreign investment rules for e-commerce, three sources and a government spokesman told Reuters, a move that could compel players, including Amazon.com, to restructure their ties with some major sellers.
The story of modern Indian warehousing is a little over a decade old when logistics companies such as Future Value chain built the ﬁrst Grade A warehouses in the country.
Fears in European Union that Italy’s far right Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni would create problems in the continent facing economic and political problems seem to have eased as many heave a sigh of relief that Meloni in her first 100 days in office has walked a moderate path. The fiery leader of Brothers of Italy, an avowedly
Smoking is prohibited in all places in most parts of the world. It’s prohibited not only because it is dangerous to the health of the smokers but the smoke they exhale is dangerous to the health of those around them. Smokers create passive smokers. But did you know that a watchdog in the UK wants to prohibit another habit from the
The weather in the United Arab Emirates has now become so loveable and pleasant with the pouring rain in a chilly winter season (“Hailstorm and rain lash UAE, temperature drops significantly across the country,” Jan. 26, Gulf Today website). According to the report, heavy rain lashed several areas of the UAE on Wednesday
I mean, what was I expecting from a chatbot? A formula for world peace? Clues on how to mend a broken heart? A cheesy joke? Sure, all that, why not? I wasn’t expecting it, however, to blow me off, to tell me it was too busy for me. And that it would get in touch later by email, when it was free. But that’s how it goes with