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Netizens have a field day after Myntra decides to change its logo over ‘insulting to women’ complaint

Myntra has decided to rework its logo after it ran into a controversy over its alleged 'insulting' and 'offensive' logo.

E-commerce platform Myntra to change its logo after a woman lodges complaint calling it ‘insulting and offensive towards women’

Myntra ran into controversy after one woman lodged a complaint calling the company's logo 'insulting' towards woman

Amazon-Reliance tussle: Reliance Retail to complete its deal with Future Group without any delay

Amazon had secured a temporary stay by a Singapore-based arbitration court on Future Group's Rs 24,713 crore deal with Reliance Retail.

Modi govt signs MoU with food delivery major Swiggy to bring street food vendors on the app

Under this mission, the government will be targeting at least 50 lakh street vendors, who will be provided with a working capital loan of up to Rs 10,000 to be payable in 12 months EMI.

Union govt makes it mandatory for sellers to mention of ‘Country of Origin’ of products in Government e-Marketplace

The platform has also enabled a provision for indicating the percentage of local content in products in order to promote local goods.

Amazon, Bigbasket to start online liquor delivery in West Bengal

West Bengal State Beverages Corporation said Amazon and a few other companies are eligible for registration for liquor delivery

Customer buys Bhagwat Purana, Amazon seller also sends a book on why the Hindu scripture is ‘irrelevant’ as a ‘special gift’

The Twitter user has stated that while he had ordered the Hindu scripture, a second book denigrating the same scripture was sent as a 'special gift' by the seller, presumably to dissuade readers from reading the Hindu holy book.

Ease of lockdown restrictions shows signs of economic recovery, e-commerce sales almost return to pre-lockdown levels

An increase in sales have been reported by various sectors of the economy following the easing of Lockdown restrictions by the govt

Lockdown 4.0: E-commerce firms resume full operations across the country from Tuesday

Following the ease of restrictions, e-commerce companies have started taking orders for both essential and non-essential items

Congress targets Modi govt over allowing e-commerce sale while its own state govt allowed sale of non-essential goods on e-commerce platforms

As centre had allowed e-commerce for all goods in earlier order, several states including congress ruled states had issued relevant notifications

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