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Flipkart made its way into more Indian smartphones than Amazon this festive season

Flipkart clocked higher new app installs during the festive sales this year.

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Urban Indians aren’t upbeat about shopping this Diwali season

Most urban Indians have said that they are likely to spend less money this Diwali than 2019.

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Stuck at home, Indians are spending big bucks on upgrading their kitchens

Flipkart has seen a four-fold increase in the smart kitchen segment, which includes appliances such as kettles, toasters, vacuum cleaners, and water purifiers.

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Amazon and Flipkart are serving a new India during this year’s festive sales

From ensuring safety and hygiene to finding the right products that’ll sell in these uncertain times and reaching shoppers in remote regions, there’s a lot for Flipkart and Amazon to think.

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How a tiny Delhi bookstore helped Indians around the country keep reading during coronavirus

A twist to the small businesses plot.

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The US antitrust hearings on big tech have an important lesson for India

“These hearings will be important to understand the misuse that can happen.”

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India must convince the world that its Chinese app ban is not knee-jerk policymaking

People invest for the long term, and want predictability, transparency, and a level playing field.

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With gyms out of bounds, Indians are stacking up on dumbbells and yoga mats at home

In April, when India was under lockdown, 70% of women and 65% of men were “inactive.”

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If India does #BoycottChina, its startups will lose more than just funding

Practical advice.

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