Weekly Summary: Fastest Growing Startup in India; Flipkart Vs Amazon & More

If you missed some of the stories last week, here’s a summary.

The Great Online Shopping Festival has come to an end. Now we can get back to our lives without having to worry if there’s a deal out there that we’re missing. The shopping festival, an Indian equivalent of Cyber Monday, led by Google, generated a lot of buzz last week. Although the site didn’t work properly at first, things got better as the days progressed. Last week we also saw Flipkart & Amazon racing neck and neck to announce new features. After Amazon, Flipkart launched its premium delivery service. Funding activity wasn’t at a high. We also covered a fair bit of news around Nokia’s tax troubles in India. If you missed some of the stories last week, here’s a summary.

Weekly Summary
Weekly Summary (image credit: shutterstock)

——— Channel : Indian Startups / Resources

——— Channel : India Online

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