A group of e-commerce companies including Amazon and Flipkart today decided to display “Country of origin” on their new products, government sources said. The decision was made at a video conference today following a government move to make mentioning “Country of Origin” mandatory for sellers listing their products in the Government e-Marketplace — a state-run online portal.
Kerala is planning to prove high-speed, affordable internet connectivity to 20 lakh families by the end of this year. Through the KFON project, the government has promised on delivering internet free of cost to two million families living below the poverty line
Hetal Lakhani from Dallas, USA, started an online petition against the option, which led to the company removing it. She started it after speaking to another user, who questioned the filter in light of anti-racism protests. Shaadi.com says the filter “was not serving any purpose” and was a “product debris we missed removing”.
India’s ecommerce industry has recovered about 90% of its overall order volumes since restrictions on shipping of non-essential products were relaxed in early May. While the volume is recovering, the value of items sold is still far from the pre Covid-19 numbers.
The online sessions named ‘First Bell’ are telecast through VICTERS Channel, under the State General Education Department, for classes 1 to 12 from 8.30 AM to 5.30 PM on weekdays. The channel is available for free on cable networks, over the internet and direct-to-home.
The clause is likely to be a part of the ecommerce policy that the commerce and industry ministry is drafting. “We will mandate ecommerce players to display whether a product is made in India or not. We are actively looking to enable that. This will help cut out Chinese goods,” said an official aware of the matter.
It will be part of Zee 5 OTT app which already has an existing userbase of over 150 million. Keeping our local cultural nuances in mind, appropriateness, security and safety will be the pillars of the platform, the company says
WhatsApp has questioned the credentials of Good Governance or G2 Chambers — the petitioner challenging its entry for payments business through UPI. It is ‘an irresistible conclusion’ that the same set of people are also behind the complaint against WhatsApp Pay at the Competition Commission of India (CCI). (G2) is unregistered’ think-tank, which was formed only two months before the petition was filed. “ – WhatsApp
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