Border guarding forces such as the Central Armed Police Force (CAPF), Border Security Force (BSF), and Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) are set to sell liquor online to their staff. Reportedly, the trial run for the same has been started. The system will be centralised, allowing CAPF staff to book liquor online and pick from other canteens. However, the Indio-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) has already been selling liquor online.
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Flipkart announced that the Big Saving Days sale will go on live from midnight of July 24 for its plus members, however, anyone can avail offers from July 25. Moreover, the company offers an extra 10% instant discount on ICICI Bank's credit and debit card during the sale that will end after July 29. Reportedly, the sale offers discounts on smartphones, headphones, TVs, laptops, and other electronic devices.
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After undergoing a major sales hit due to the shutdown of malls and street stores owing to the pandemic lockdowns, the footwear giant "Bata India" has decided to boost its business online and in small towns. Bata aims to "bolster productivity, tight inventory control, driving margins via cost-reduction projects, and achieving higher turnover by small-town and online channels expansion", said Rajeev Gopalakrishnan, Managing Director of Bata… read-more
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Bhupesh Baghel-led Chhattisgarh government on May 9 allowed the online sale of liquor with home delivery option, starting from May 10. The deliveries will be done from 9am-8pm and it intends to curb illegal manufacturing, sale, transportation and possession of liquor during lockdown, said an official. Meanwhile, opposition BJP has slammed the decision accusing the ruling Congress of being more concerned about delivering liquor than medicines… read-more
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As a part of digitalisation drive, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on January 8 launched a portal to sell the costly items offered through Canteen Stores Department. With this, the items falling under the AFD-I (Against Firm Demand) category including laptops, mobile phones, refrigerators and air conditioners would be sold online. The portal would help around 45 lakh army personnel and ex-servicemen. Singh said the initiative was in line with… read-more
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