Nothing Phone (1)

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Deliveries Of Nothing Phone (1) Delayed Due To Difficulty Of Assembling

Nothing Phone (1) is now available in India. Although the smartphone has already attracted a lot of interest, the business is having trouble delivering the phone to pre-booked clients due to the ramp-up of manufacturing. Customers who pre-booked the phone would receive it first, according to the company's guarantee. Manu Sharma, the head of Nothing India, personally addressed the problem and pledged to find a quick solution. 

Wed, 27 Jul 2022 - 09:05 AM / by Vidhi Jhunjhunwala

Tags: Nothing phone, Delivery, Smart Phone, Production, pre-order

Courtesy: India today

Visakhapatnam woman

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Woman Delivers Baby In Torch Light, Incident Goes Viral

Amid a power outage issue in the Narsipatnam area, a woman in labor gave birth in a candle, torch, and mobile phone light at the state-run NTR Government hospital. Although the bizarre incident happened on April 7, it came to light on April 8 and went viral. Notably, located near the newly formed Andhra Pradesh district, the hospital area is facing power cut issues for the past two days.

Sat, 09 Apr 2022 - 09:00 PM / by Varsha Joshi

Tags: Delivery, Child Birth, Andhra Pradesh woman, Visakhapatnam, Powercut

Courtesy: ANI

CRED logo, Kunal Shah and HIPBAR logo

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Cred Purchases HIPBAR, Liquor Delivery And Purchase App

HIPBAR, an alcohol purchase and delivery business located in Chennai, has been purchased by Cred. The action is in response to the fintech unicorn's intentions to enter the wallet payments sector by acquiring HipBar's prepaid payment-instrument (PPI) license. Cred intends to use HipBar's PPI to create a layer of payment wallets for its platform. PPI license permits businesses to run payment systems like digital wallets and pre-paid vouchers, … read-more

Fri, 22 Oct 2021 - 12:57 PM / by Vidhi Jhunjhunwala

Tags: CRED, Liquor, Delivery, application, HIPBAR

Courtesy: The Times Of India

A Drone

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Manipur Begins Medicine Delivery Through Drones 

Following the success of COVID-19 vaccine delivery through drones, Manipur also successfully delivered the medicine in the state on October 9. The drone completed its first flight between Churachandpur's Health and Wellness Centre to Bishnupur's District Hospital. ''The District Family Welfare Officer (DFWO) of Churachandpur provided 1,200 tablets of ferrous and folic acid tablets for transportation via drone,'' Dr Sumit Aggarwal, the… read-more

Mon, 11 Oct 2021 - 03:59 PM / by Vidhi Jhunjhunwala

Tags: Drones, medicine, Manipur, Delivery

Courtesy: ANI

Okinawa Dual

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Okinawa Launches Electric 2-Wheeler 'Dual' For Delivery Businesses

E-vehicle manufacturer Okinawa Autotech has launched a new electric two-wheeler, specifically targetting the delivery businesses. Named Dual, the customisable two-wheeler comes with a 200-kg loading capacity and can deliver gas cylinders, water cans, groceries, medicines, and other heavy and daily items. Priced at Rs 58,998, the B2B vehicle can run for 130 km on a single-charge with a 48W 55Ah detachable Li-ion battery. Dual also offers two… read-more

Mon, 01 Mar 2021 - 11:45 AM / by Aman Tripathi

Tags: Electric Vehicle, B2B, Delivery, Dual, Okinawa

Amazon Delivery Person Riding Horse

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Srinagar Delivery Man Appears On Horse To Deliver Packets Amid Snow

For a unique idea of using a horse to deliver products in the snow-covered Srinagar, an Amazon delivery person is being praised on Twitter. The viral video first surfaced on photojournalist Umar Ganie's Twitter account on January 12. While the video was confirmed authentic by Amazon, netizens shared it with praising comments. Many tagged Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos questioning whether Amazon was inspired by popular Turkish series ‘Ertuğrul.’

Tue, 12 Jan 2021 - 08:10 PM / by Sakshi Teresa Emmanuel

Tags: Amazon, Viral video, Delivery, kashmir, Srinagar, Deep snow, horse, Twitter, Twitter CEO

Amazon India is most preferred for its servic.

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Amazon Stands Most Preferred Etailer In India, Reveals Study

Recent data from Redseer and Shadowfox has revealed topped the list of e-commerce companies for better consumer experience and delivery speed. As per reports, consumers were interested in Amazon due to its return policies and reverse logistics. The etailer has outplayed other leading brands, including Flipkart, Paytm Mall, etc. Shadowfax CEO Abishek Bansal said, "We are seeing e-commerce and logistics players investing… read-more

Thu, 10 Dec 2020 - 04:05 PM / by Rashi Jain

Tags: Amazon, Flipkart, Snapdeal, Redseer logistics, Return, Delivery

Courtesy: Mint