A wedding with a difference.
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Apparently due to logistical issues.
Another push for a digital economy.
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Will the 8th of November 2016 go down in the annals of history as the day when the fortunes of India turned for the better or worse? Only time can tell. With an aim to take strict action against corru...
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For many decades, India has been a cash-driven economy that frequently facilitated the generation of unaccounted money through unreported deals and transactions. This black money or parallel economy h...
Freecharge, India's top digital wallet, has launched 'Chat and Pay' -- a service that allows friends pay each other from the app with the simple touch of a button. Apart from easy peer-to-peer transfe...
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A few weeks ago, I underwent arthroscopic surgery on my right shoulder for a ligament tear. Yes, the New Year didn't start on a great note. No, it wasn't from wild partying on New Year's Eve or from the overenthusiastic efforts in the gym that usually follow on January 2nd. I blame it on watching a little too much TV. Really? How is that, you might ask, but we will have to come back to that later.
For us to really go cashless, one often asks, 'can you pay by card in your local kirana shop?' and the answer today is "Yes", as innovations like mPOS (mobile Point-of-Sale) with their lower costs are being welcomed by both merchants and banks.