Facebook seems to have finally convinced NPCI to allow WhatsApp Payments in India.
According to a media report, the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), which operates the UPI payments infrastructure, has granted WhatsApp the necessary permissions to operate its digital payment service in the country. However, this will take place in a phased manner.
In the first phase, the company will offer this payment service to 10 million users. Post completion and receiving pending other compliances, WhatsApp can do a full rollout thereafter, and compete with the likes of market leader Google Pay, PhonePe, and Paytm.
India's logistics players are hopeful that Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s Budget 2020, which announced a national logistics policy, will boost growth across industries and enhance last-mile delivery.
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With the 92nd Academy Awards coming up on February 10, 2020, actors, filmmakers, visual artists, and musicians are gearing up to see who takes home the golden statues. Although no Indian film is making it to the red carpet this year, YS Weekender brings you some of the Indian artistes who gave us a place in world cinema.
In a conversation with YourStory, Lars Schmidt, Managing Director, Swarovski Consumer Goods Business, Southeast Asia and India, spoke of his new role in the company and what the India market looks like.