Tag: ecomm


BENGALURU: Delivery of essential items such as food, groceries and medical supplies, ordered by customers from ecommerce sites, has been disrupted even after state governments exempted ecommerce services from the ongoing widespread lockdowns till March 31, prominent etailers told ET. Read more…


BENGALURU: Sometime last year, when a middle-aged man in Delhi decided he didn’t want to pay for the medicines he had ordered online, he pulled a pistol on the delivery executive to communicate his decision. The frazzled executive retreated and Read more…


NEW DELHI: India’s competition watchdog has called for clear policies on deep discounts and transparency in seller ratings by large ecommerce companies, in what could have significant implications for etailers such as Amazon and Flipkart. The Competition Commission of India Read more…


Bengaluru: Goods imported as ‘gifts’ have been prohibited by the India government. Such duty-free imports via courier as well as through post will no longer be cleared by Customs, the government said in a notification on Thursday. The move is Read more…


BENGALURU: The government is considering amending its rules to completely remove the provision under which citizens can receive duty-free ‘gifts and samples’ valued at under Rs 5,000 from overseas, after finding its rampant misuse by Chinese ecommerce vendors, senior officials Read more…


BENGALURU: The Ministry of Consumer Affairs has extended the deadline to submit feedback on proposed rules aimed at curbing the sale of counterfeit goods, streamline returns and refunds, and delineate the liabilities of sellers and online marketplaces. It notified on Read more…

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