In case the payment processing is done abroad, the data should be deleted from the systems there and brought back to India within 24 hours, the central bank said.
According to Sophos Senior Security Advisor John Shier, organisations are struggling with phishing and other user-focused attacks in India.
The quest to acquire the broadest possible user data is driving e-commerce and technology firms into strange waters.
With its revenue deficit only set to widen, India’s 164-year-old postal service is counting on its recently launched e-commerce delivery biz to revive fortunes
The report states that the trends in terms of consolidation will continue in 2019.
While replying to a customer’s query on the site, the seller said the deal was primarily meant for those who are not from Kerala
He further noted that driven by the growth in India's retail market, the country's GDP will also witness an increase and result in more job opportunities.
Draft e-commerce policy calls for legal framework to regulate unsolicited commercial messages, calls
The draft has also asked for moving towards a system for electronic redressal of grievances including making available compensation to the aggrieved consumer electronically.
It was in 2015 that the department of consumer affairs sanctioned OCMC Bengaluru would be managed by the National Law School of Indian University.
For the hub-to-hub transportation, it has vehicles built exclusively for the e-com market, customised with special advanced features catering to the special requirements.
It is an actual coconut, so you better not complain if there are dents or cracks in it, warns the online seller.
Import of gift items worth up to Rs 5,000 is exempt from customs duties, at present.
Flipkart and US-based Amazon -- the two largest players in the burgeoning Indian e-commerce sector -- are expected to be hit the hardest once the new norms come into effect from February 2019.
The renewed policy on FDI in e-commerce envisages a level playing field for e-tailers and offline traders, barring companies from selling products from companies in which they form exclusive agreement
Amazon and Flipkart will make presentations before India’s finance and commerce ministries to contest the new rules, local news channel BTVI said in a Twitter post, citing unidentified people.