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If something looks too good to be true, it probably is.
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Sometimes, it's just better to wait it out.
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A few days ago, some books which I had ordered from Amazon for my daughter were delivered to my home. The six slim books were delivered in three separate batches. I was happy because the books arrived...
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The Little Black Book crew believes that coffee is the purest form of love. Sure, you'll also find many of these artisanal coffee roasters offline, but something about customizing the grind to our pick just appeals to us. Plus, coffee at the click of a button!
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Online shopping, for long the province of urban India, is being discovered in rural areas around the country. However for such e-commerce to take place it is necessary to have a good internet connection, the ability to sift through the various items offered and the wherewithal to zero in on the best items by Googling them and comparing their prices and specifications across vendors. I find that the rural population is learning this search-and-pick process at amazing speed...
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BHOPAL -- The Madhya Pradesh Government has decided to impose six percent tax on online shopping in order to increase the state's revenue and entail everything in the tax bracket with no exceptions at...
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On 23 June 2016, Britons will vote on whether the country should exit the 28-member European Union (EU). If Britain does indeed decide to exit (Brexit), there will be political, social, and economic implications, for both the EU and the UK. The e-commerce sector, too, will not escape unscathed.
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Nothing can beat the convenience of online shopping, but even if you're far removed from the madding crowd, it doesn't mean that there are no wily eyes on you, waiting for a chance to relieve you of your hard-earned money.
A wildlife body today claimed that online retail giant Amazon has agreed to remove snares and traps from its website after it urged the portal to do so on compassionate grounds. Wildlife SoS had recen...