When it comes to spending money, Indian have found diverse ways of doing so, be it offline i.e. in retail stores or malls or online via Myntra, Flipkart or Amazon. TrustedCompany.com has put together a second by second infographic that gives you an insight of what India spends its money on. Seems like we drink …
Online shopping hasn’t taken off as much as developed countries like the UK or the US. However, you do have a few sites like Flipkart that are changing the face of this. Most retailers like Shoppers Stop and Big Bazaar already have online stores and Ebay has existed in India for as long as I can remember.
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A friend of mine informed me of a new venture that he along with a group of his friends have started. DonateYourPC.in is a unique platform to bring together Indian PC and Computer Peripheral donors with NGOs/Schools and people who need computers for education and empowerment.
In the time of progess, India gets ready to take a step forward … or is it back? Citing security concerns, the Department of Telecom (DoT) now plans to bring messenger-based telephony services such as those offered by Skype, Yahoo, MSN, and Net2Phone, under the scanner.
With the latest Google Earth update in addition to a lot of Paid features being free, you also have an interesting bonus in the form of David Rumsey Historical Map Collection. Sixteen maps have been added which you can use to overlay the world. You can modify the transperancy levels of the same and compare the old with the new.
For years IT professionals in the US have complained that their jobs have been outsourced to India. But has the scenario changed today? If this IBN Live report is to be believed then times may be changing!