INDW Vs SAW | 3rd ODI Oct 14, 2019
SAW 30/1 (6.3)
GUJ Vs JK | Match 143 Oct 14, 2019
JK 279/8 (50.0)
RLY Vs BEN | Match 141 Oct 14, 2019
BEN 223/10 (49.1)
SER Vs BIH | Match 142 Oct 14, 2019
BIH 267/7 (50.0)
DEL Vs PUN | Match 145 Oct 14, 2019
DEL 220/8 (50.0)
NAG Vs CHA | Match 147 Oct 14, 2019
CHA 220/10 (49.4)
MUM Vs KER | Match 150 Oct 14, 2019
KER 199/10 (48.4)
VID Vs UP | Match 144 Oct 14, 2019
UP 211/10 (49.0)
BAR Vs HP | Match 146 Oct 14, 2019
BAR 3/0 (2.0)
ASS Vs MEG | Match 148 Oct 14, 2019
ASS 57/4 (10.0)
Latest News on Appario
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Feb 07, 2019
Amazon modifies its business structures to comply with new e-commerce regulationsAmazon had to remove items as it indirectly held 49% equity stakes in both Cloudtail and Appario.
Feb 05, 2019
Walmart may move out of Flipkart after changes in FDI norms for e-commerce firms, warns Morgan StanleyWalmart-backed Flipkart on 1 February had said it was disappointed with the government's decision to implement the changes in rules for e-commerce companies with foreign investment in "haste".
Feb 04, 2019
No groceries at Amazon, no replacement of products through Cloudtail; big e-tailers will wriggle their way throughWhen rules are not followed by the government, e-commerce majors have found it convenient to sell through subsidiaries.
Feb 04, 2019
Amazon sees long-term prospects in India, says evaluating changes in FDI rules to avoid 'unintended consequences'Both Amazon and Flipkart had extensively lobbied (directly as well as through associations and trade bodies) with government officials seeking an extension in deadline after the proposed changes were announced in December.
Jan 15, 2019
Amazon's plan to foray into retail food sector may be scuttled by govt's tightening of e-commerce rulesIn 2018, Amazon had proposed $500 million investment in retailing of food products in India.
Dec 27, 2018
E-commerce rules tightened; govt bans online firms from entering into exclusive agreements with sellersThe government also said that e-commerce companies will be prevented from entering into exclusive agreements with sellers.
Nov 07, 2018
Flipkart and Amazon did not break regulations, not abusing market position in India: CCIThe CCI added its “considered opinion” was that Amazon has also not broken the rules.