Madhya Pradesh police register case against Amazon India officials after busting online ganja sale racket
Amazon had said in a statement earlier that it does not allow sale of illegal products through its platform, and it was cooperating with the probe in the matter.
Amazon India said it is currently investigating an issue, wherein its platform was allegedly used to source marijuana.
Amazon India to host 'Great Indian Festival 2021' from October 4, Flipkart's Big Billion Days' sale from October 7
The shopping festival will include over 1,000 new product launches from brands such as Samsung, OnePlus, Xiaomi, Levi's, Adidas, American Tourister, Pedigree and others.
For the launch of Amazon.in in Marathi and Bengali, Amazon worked with expert linguists to develop an accurate and comprehensible user experience in each of the languages.
The e-commerce major commissioned a survey to gauge the pulse of the impact of COVID-19 on jobs and future career plans among Indian professionals.
Amazon will conduct training, webinars and onboarding workshops for exporters from key MSME (micro, small and medium enterprises) clusters like Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Surat, Bharuch and Rajkot
Amazon India on Monday announced the launch of Karigar Mela in partnership with Tribes India.
The fulfilment infrastructure to offer storage space of close to 4.4 million cubic feet to sellers in Tamil Nadu.
Over 75,000 'Local Shops on Amazon' sellers from more than 450 cities will make their Prime Day debut in India, it added.
Prime members will also be in for a mega entertainment treat, with Prime Video announcing the world premiere of much-anticipated movies across multiple languages.
Amazon Digital Kendras are brick and mortar resource centres that will provide MSMEs information about the benefits of e-commerce and help avail third-party services.
Sellers can choose to engage with the enrolled Intellectual Property law firms to help secure trademarks, protect their brands and tackle infringement on Amazon.in and Amazon websites globally.
The issue was brought to Swaraj’s notice by one of her followers, who tagged her with a screenshot of the company’s website selling “Indian Flag personalised” Welcome Doormats.
Amazon must tender an unconditional apology and withdraw all products insulting the Tricolour, failing which no Amazon official will get an Indian visa, Sushma Swaraj said.