Amazon Launches Food Delivery Service In India: Amazon Food

Amazon launched its online food-delivery operations in select pin codes of Bengaluru. “We’re launching Amazon Food in select Bangalore pin codes and allow customers to order from handpicked local restaurants and cloud kitchens that pass our high hygiene certification bar,” a spokesperson for Amazon spokesperson said “We’re adhering to the highest standards of safety to ensure our customers remain safe while having a delightful experience”.

Theaters vs. OTT War has begun: Starting with Big B's Gulabo Sitabo

Big B’s Gulabo Sitabo will debut on Amazon Prime Video on June 12, making it one of the major Bollywood movies to take the OTT route and ditch theaters. INOX is definitely not happy – but the bigger question is is this the ‘new normal’? “In these troubled times, it’s disturbing to see one of the partners not interested in continuing the mutually beneficial relationship,” said INOX

Mandating use of Aarogya Setu app illegal: Justice B N Srikrishna

“Under what law do you mandate it on anyone? So far it is not backed by any law. The Noida police order (of Rs. 1000 fine if the person doesn’t have the app) is totally unlawful. I am assuming this is still a democratic country and such orders can be challenged in court” Justice Srikrishna said that the guidelines cannot be considered as having sufficient legal backing to make the use of Aarogya Setu mandatory.

Aarogya Setu app mandatory for passengers taking flights #epass

Travelers will be asked to download the Aarogya Setu app mandatorily and the app will act as an e-pass for their travel. (you will only be allowed if the app shows green status). Apart from that it will be compulsory for the passengers to wear face cover and undergo screening at departure and only asymptomatic passengers will be allowed to board the flights. Domestic flight may resume from May 18.