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Dismayed after govt decision to not allow cinemas to open under Unlock 2.0: Multiplex Operators

Cinema and multiplex operators have expressed dismay over the government’s decision to not allow screens to open in the second phase of unlocking and pointed out that an early decision in this may help mobilise resources in the film industry’s ecosystem. Cinemas are the backbone of the film industry accounting nearly 60 percent of the …

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UP and Gujarat joins other states to allow e-commerce sales in non-essentials, Retail News, ET Retail

KOLKATA: Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat on Friday joined the list of the states who have given permission to e-commerce sales and delivery of all goods from April 20 by issuing notifications, with the country in the second phase of the lockdown till May 3. Already, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Odisha had issued …

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‘Allow home delivery by all retailers, not just e-commerce players’

The Retailers Association of India (RAI) on Thursday urged government to ‘strongly consider’ allowing all forms of retailers, not just e-commerce players, to operate through home delivery during the extended lockdown period. While supporting the government’s move to extend the lockdown to curb the spread of coronavirus pandemic, RAI said such a move will facilitate …

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Amazon to allow third-party sellers to ship non-essential items, Retail News, ET Retail

Seattle : Amazon will soon allow third-party sellers to start ship nonessential items to its warehouses as it ramps up efforts to supply the essential items in the challenging COVID-19 times. In a statement to CNBC, the ecommerce giant said: “We appreciate our selling partners’ patience as we prioritize products for customers and adhere to …

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Amazon to allow third-party sellers to ship non-essential items

Amazon will soon allow third-party sellers to start ship nonessential items to its warehouses as it ramps up efforts to supply the essential items in the challenging COVID-19 times. In a statement to CNBC, the e-commerce giant said: “We appreciate our selling partners’ patience as we prioritize products for customers and adhere to extensive health …

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Sainsbury’s to ease shopping limits, but allow only one adult per household | Business

Sainsbury’s is to loosen purchasing restrictions on most items from Sunday – excluding some high-demand essentials – but is introducing a policy of limiting one adult per household entering its stores. In a letter to its customers, the Sainsbury’s chief executive, Mike Coupe, said that as panic-buying had largely subsidised supermarket shelves were now full …

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Gurugram Police directs officers to allow e-commerce services, Retail News, ET Retail

On Wednesday, hours after e-commerce firm Flipkart announced temporary suspension of all services in the view of the 21-day nationwide lockdown due to coronavirus, Gurugram Police directed all officers that e-commerce services by Flipkart, Amazon, BlueDart, WoW Express, Swiggy, and others shall be allowed to operate in the city. The announcement was made through Gurugram …

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PGA Tour won’t allow fans for foreseeable future due to coronavirus

Fans make their way around the course during the first round of The PLAYERS Championship on The Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass on March 12, 2020 in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. Sam Greenwood | Getty Images PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan announced Thursday that The Players Tournament in Ponte Verda, Florida and all tournaments in …

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