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The coronavirus pandemic has given India a rare chance to play catch up with China

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India’s coronavirus lockdown has given online grocers the opportunity of a lifetime

When India announced its 21-day coronavirus lockdown, existing customers and first-time users flocked to the top two e-grocers, BigBasket and Grofers, to stock up.