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Now, get luxury fashion items at your doorstep

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Nakul Bajaj, founder of Darveys, dreams of bringing high fashion streets of Milan, Paris and New York in India.

India, US strike deal on food stock; WTO impasse to end

Nirmala Sitharaman in New Delhi on Thursday. (Photo: PTI)

Ending their deadlock at the World Trade Organisation, India and the United States on Thursday reached an agreement under which the subsidy given by the Indian government to farmers through minimum su

Manmohan Singh didn’t act on Raja strongly: P. Chidambaram

Criticising former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, senior Congress leader and former finance minister P. Chidambaram said on Friday that Dr Singh could have put his foot down and not allowed A.

Japan giant SoftBank to put $627 million in Snapdeal

Japanese telecom and Internet giant SoftBank said on Tuesday it would invest $627 million in Snapdeal, that will make it the largest shareholder in the New Delhi-based e-commerce firm.

Snapdeal gets $627m Japanese deal

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Japan’s Softbank to also invest $210m in car booking application Ola

Search online for doctors in Delhi, NCR

At a button’s click: is a doctor search and discovery platform

In today’s busy time, locating a specialist doctor in a big city like Delhi and NCR could be a tedious job. And this is what Amit Bansal thought could be a business opportunity.

Spurt in gold demand on Dhanteras due to lower prices

Spurt in gold demand on Dhanteras due to lower prices

The demand for gold zoomed on Dhanteras across India Tuesday as people flocked to buy the yellow metal given low prices and a pickup in economic activity.

PM Modi may not kill e-business


Centre doesn’t want to act against e-commerce sector

Gas price up, will affect power rate

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs under Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday approved raising the price of domestically produced natural gas to $5.61 per mmBtu from the current $4.2 per mm

Finance secretary shunted in government official shakeup

Arvind Subramanian after taking charge at North Block on Thursday. — PTI

Arvind Subramanian named new chief economic adviser

This may be Narendra Modi’s government, but India may be on its way to becoming Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s republic. The signs point that way.

The past is another country, said L.P. Hartley and how true that sounds when one looks over the newspapers of just a year ago.