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India launches probe against China, Thailand and Vietnam

The notice issued by the directorate general of trade remedies said that prima facie evidence of dumping was found against the aforementioned product of the above countries, leading to injury to the domestic industry. (Representational image) The commerce ministry has initiated an anti-dumping investigation against the import of solar cells from China, Thailand and Vietnam. …

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Cart full of orders

According to a Red Seer report, the e-grocery market in India is projected to grow at a CAGR of 8% to reach $850 million by 2025. Groceries account for 66% of the total retail spend in India. In the wake of the second wave of the pandemic, e-grocery platforms are seeing a substantial uptake as …

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Hygiene products lose steam

In a consumer survey from September 2020, Mintel had found that 47% of consumers believed that the use of hand sanitisers will decline once the pandemic subsides.  The hygiene products market in India is losing momentum somewhat as consumer spending on products such as hand sanitisers is on the wane. This is in sharp contrast …

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Remembering Sunil Jain: A dinner waits

Sunil wasn’t just an editor and a columnist. He was an ex-colleague and a friend. (File image) A dinner waited. We planned to invite Namita and Sunil home. Last year. Covid meant postponement – not last year, not this year, not in this world, but in some other world, when we meet again. Like others, …

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Coaching the coach: Ironwood Education launches certification programme for aspiring cricket coaches

The structured approach will give a competitive edge to the youth training in cricket. Ironwood Education, a professional training and education company, has launched a certification programme for ‘cricket coach education and development’. The company has roped in Ravi Shastri, head coach, Indian National Cricket team; B Arun, bowling coach, Indian National Cricket Team; and …

Twitter may soon let you undo tweets but it will come at a price, ‘blue tick’ verification form also leaked online

Twitter had also been working on a revamped process for awarding accounts with verification badges. Twitter: Microblogging site Twitter had earlier said that it was looking at a model that would offer paid subscriptions for premium features to users. Now, according to app researcher Jane Manchun Wong, the paid subscription model would be called Twitter …

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