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Coronavirus: US-China battle behind the scenes

The president and secretary of state have both denounced China for its failings in the initial handling of the outbreak. But Chinese spokesmen have utterly rejected any idea that they were less than transparent about what was going on. Meanwhile, social media in China has spread stories that the pandemic has been caused by a US military germ warfare programme; rumours that gained considerable traction. Scientists have demonstrated that the virus structure is entirely natural in origin.

But this is not just a war of words, something more fundamental is going on.

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Forced to dump 15,000 litres of milk and 10,000 kg of vegetables: MilkBasket

There were massive disruptions on Day 1 of the 21-day lockdown as local authorities including police did not allow delivery boys to move around,– even harassed and beat them up

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Have issued passes, e-commerce websites' delivery agents will be helped: Delhi Police

Country's online delivery firms have had to halt services as a 21-day nationwide lockdown began to fight the spread of the coronavirus pandemic..'We have set up a platform for e-commerce websites where they can share with us the problems they are facing, so we can solve them,' said Delhi Police

Permit app-based cabs to work as delivery support for e-commerce, retailers: Assocham

With Prime Minister Narendra Modi announcing a lockdown for the next 21 days Assocham wants app-based cabs to start functioning so that groceries can ..

'Equalisation levy for digital e-commerce transactions'

India Business News: NEW DELHI: Foreign-owned e-commerce players will have to pay equalisation levy from the next fiscal.

Coronavirus plagues e-commerce sector with supply-chain disruptions

Amazon, Big Basket, Grofers and Flipkart have curtailed home deliveries. The run on essential items in supermarkets has reached a new high. As consumers panic due to stuck shipments and order delays,

Bengaluru Police Commissioner assures passes to e-commerce personnel for smooth movement

The Bengaluru city police Commissioner held a meeting with e-commerce representatives and announced that passes will be issued to ensure smooth movement.

DPIIT asks states to ensure smooth function E-commerce delivery services

The secretary has also asked for adequate steps to ensure smooth interstate movement as well as supply of goods and services — especially for e-commerce and food processing — and smooth functioning of their delivery agents.

Mobile and e-commerce are reshaping consumer behaviour

Mobile and e-commerce are reshaping consumer behaviour
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Affordable tablets, smart-phones and portable computers are changing the way that consumers shop and pay, whether online or on the go. In 2012, global e-commerce sales topped the $1 trillion mark for the first time and these sales are expected to grow to $1.29 trillion in 2013. The proliferation of internet-connected devices is helping to create new technologies, consumer applications, personal finance services and payment options. Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email

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