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Love is Life in Mumbai - Images of Mumbai

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Love is Life in Mumbai - every time this taxi driver looks in the rear view mirror he is reminded of this - Images of Mumbai from IdeaIndia.Com

Life's a Beach in Mumbai - Images of India

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That's a Preity Fine Ness You Got Us Into - Photos of Mumbai

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That's a Preity Fine Ness You Got Us Into - Is Ness Wadia the Loch Ness Monster that he is portrayed to be? 
Photo of Street Banner on Marine Drive Mumbai

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Missing Mumbai the Most - Mumbai Taxi Slogans - Images of Mumbai - IdeaIndia.Com

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Moustaches in Mumbai - Giving Competition to Shikhar Dhawan and Ravi Jadeja - Images of India

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Silver Lining over the Queen's Necklace, Mumbai - Images of India @ IdeaIndia.Com

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Let the Games Begin in Delhi - Images of India @ IdeaIndia.Com

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Grocers taking on Amazon?

BBC News reports that competition to win new banking customers is about to intensify, as, Tesco, the UK's largest supermarket launches its first current account. Some 17 million customers of Tesco will be offered extra shopping discounts if they open an account. The supermarket is one of four banks offering new current accounts this year. Marks and Spencer launched its first free account last month, and Virgin Money is expected to follow soon. See Tesco's Law
Tesco has a very good logistics supply chain network in the UK. It could build the same in India as Amazon and Flipkart are doing. Even Walmart may get in on the action. Tech companies like Google, Amazon and Flipkart could get into online banking. Over time there would be very little difference between Tesco, Walmart and Amazon  A grocer in effect has become an online data company. Companies can offer both products and services and deliver them digitally or through their supply chain networks.
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Virtual Currencies to become the norm?

BBC News reports that apps accepting payments made with virtual currencies, such as Bitcoin, could soon appear in Apple's app store. Apple has changed its policy for apps to allow software developers to use "approved virtual currencies". Apple has yet to publish a list of which virtual currencies it considers to be "approved". Many have taken this to mean that the Bitcoin cyber-cash system will soon be included in Apple apps as it is the most widely used virtual currency. The policy change marks a significant shift for Apple, which before now has been aggressive in its policing of apps that use virtual currencies. In late 2013 and early 2014 Apple took action against apps that used virtual cash even though many of the programs had been available on the store for months. Some apps removed virtual currency code from their program so they could stay on the store but others were forced out altogether. Gliph, CoinJar, Coinbase, Blockchain and other apps were all af…

Glimmer of Hope in Mumbai - Images of India from India Photo Library at IdeaIndia.Com

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Couples on Marine Drive - Images of Mumbai from India Photo Library at IdeaIndia.Com

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Faces of Mumbai - Images of Mumbai from India Photo Library

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