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Healthy living tops list of Indian consumer priorities

Healthy living tops list of Indian consumer priorities

New research from global market intelligence agency Mintel reveals that nearly half (48%) of consumers in India aim to live a healthier lifestyle, followed by better time management (30%), improving relationships with family and friends (25%), and travelling (24%).

Lucky Grahak Yojana: 7.6 lakh citizens get Rs 117 crore for paying digitally

Lucky Grahak Yojana: 7.6 lakh citizens get Rs 117 crore for paying digitally

Over 7.6 lakh consumers and merchants won prize money worth Rs 117.4 crore under two incentive schemes -- Lucky Grahak Yojana and DigiDhan Vyapar Yojana -- as on February 7, 2017, NITI Aayog said today.

DNA: Call drop fine imposed on telecom companies by TRAI suspended by SC

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100% FDI in e-commerce gives short shrift to consumers

Days of huge online discounts may soon end

Petrol, diesel prices cut, but no benefit to consumers

The price for petrol and diesel is cut down again but the question that arise is where is the consumer benefit it in all. Zee News brings you an exclusive report. Take a look.

Consumers are more scared of cyberattacks than real-world financial theft

Consumers are more scared of cyberattacks than real-world financial theft

Across the 17 countries polled for the study, 47% revealed they'd been affected by cybercrime and that on average, dealing with the aftermath took 21 hours and cost $358.

Access to medicines key concern for consumers

In a joint survey conducted by PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry and 1mg technologies on challenges faced by consumers while buying medicines from pharmacies, it has been stressed that an overwhelming majority of patients seek more convenient ways to get their medicine.

Study highlights key hindrances to organic farming

The study noted that 95.5 per cent consumers are aware of ill effects of chemical-based agricultural products while 88.6 per cent consumers feel organic products are better than chemical based.

Entertainment is driving the 'Internet of Things'

Entertainment is driving the 'Internet of Things'

Consumers are responding to devices and systems that are intuitive.

India rate cut tempts shoppers to buy new cars, major appliances

India kicks off its two-month religious festive period on Monday, a time considered auspicious to buy big-ticket items such as cars, and when promotions abound.

Consumer sentiment rises on hope of better biz environment

The MNI India Consumer Sentiment Indicator witnessed an uptick to 119.1 in August from 118.6 in July, marking the first improvement in four months.

Indian consumers offer a ray of hope after glum economic data

A financial analyst, she recently received a pay rise, is eating out more often and has stopped bringing home-cooked meals to the office in a tiffin, the traditional Indian lunchbox.

Cabinet okays new Consumer Protection Bill

The Cabinet on Wednesday approved a new Consumer Protection Bill 2015 that seeks to replace a 29-year-old law and proposes to set up a regulatory authority which will have powers to recall products and initiate class class suit against defaulting companies, including e-tailers.

Cabinet likley to approve new Consumer Protection Bill today

The Cabinet is likely to approve Wednesday a new Consumer Protection Bill 2015, that seeks to replace the existing law and proposes setting up a regulatory authority to curb unfair trade practices.

Retailers embracing big data to gauge consumer preferences

Fashion retailer Shoppers Stop also recently announced plans to go digital, changing its strategy for third time in five years.

Interests of farmers, consumers high on agenda: Paswan

Food and Consumer Affairs Minister Ram Vilas Paswan said on Monday that interests of farmers and consumers were high on the government agenda.

Online hotel booking to hit $1.8 bn by 2016: Google

Online hotel bookings in the country will touch USD 1.8 billion by 2016, as more and more Indians turn to the Internet for finalising travel plans, according to Google.

Consumers' consent must for VAS products embedded in SIM: TRAI

To check mis-selling by telecom operators, sectoral regulator TRAI has directed them to seek explicit consent of consumers before activating value-added services embedded in SIM cards.

Rural consumers spending more than urban peers: Report

Divergence between rural and urban India continues to widen, with rural population's spending capacity remaining higher than their urban peers in almost all categories of spending, says a report.