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Aditya Kalra

No more scotch? India moves to ban imported goods at military shops

23 Oct 2020

NEW DELHI India has ordered its 4,000 military shops to stop buying imported goods, according to a document reviewed by Reuters, a move that could send an unwelcome signal to foreign liquor firms such as Diageo and Pernod Ricard.

Amazon refuses to appear before Indian parliamentary panel on data privacy - MP

23 Oct 2020

NEW DELHI Representatives of Amazon.com Inc in India have refused to appear before a parliamentary panel reviewing the country's privacy bill, an Indian lawmaker said on Friday, an allegation the U.S. commerce giant said was a result of a misunderstanding.

Exclusive: India's JK Tyre, other firms face antitrust scrutiny in bid-rigging case

16 Oct 2020

NEW DELHI India's antitrust regulator is investigating JK Tyre & Industries Ltd after a state government accused the company of bid rigging, and the probe has been expanded to other firms, according to sources and legal filings seen by Reuters.

Exclusive: India will not mandate secondary listings for firms joining overseas markets, sources say

15 Oct 2020

NEW DELHI India has decided not to mandate secondary listings for domestic firms that float shares on a foreign stock exchange as it prepares to announce a new policy within weeks, two senior government sources and two industry executives told Reuters.

EXCLUSIVE-India will not mandate secondary listings for firms joining overseas markets -sources

15 Oct 2020

* Concerns had grown India would force firms to list at home later

London Stock Exchange in talks with Indian tech firms to list overseas

09 Oct 2020

NEW DELHI London Stock Exchange is in talks with several Indian technology firms for their overseas stock listings, a senior executive for the British exchange told Reuters, as New Delhi moves closer to allowing companies to directly access foreign markets.

Paytm targets a million apps on its mini app store to take on Google

08 Oct 2020

NEW DELHI Alibaba-backed Indian fintech firm Paytm is aiming for a million apps on its "mini app store" by the first quarter of 2021, it said on Thursday, seeking to challenge the dominance of Alphabet's Google in India's mobile web economy.

Exclusive: Google faces new antitrust case in India over abuse in smart TVs market - sources

07 Oct 2020

NEW DELHI Alphabet Inc's Google is facing a new antitrust case in India in which the U.S. tech giant is alleged to have abused its Android operating system's position in the smart television market, a source and two lawyers involved in the case told Reuters.

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