Sahara has unveiled plans to sell hundreds of self-branded items ranging from talcum powder to toilet cleaners as part of an ambitious retail foray.
More and more shopping malls in Indian cities are struggling to find tenants because retailers want to open stores only in high quality spaces.
Bharti Walmart has scrapped its plans to start online operations after over a year of preparations and dismissed Dippankar Halder who was heading the division.
IKEA, the world's largest home furnishing retailer, has agreed to comply with India's local sourcing conditions by the seventh year of its operations.
Organised sector retailers are lavishing fancy titles and matching salaries on their store managers, seeking to imitate mom-and-pop grocery shops in order to compete with them.
The country's largest real estate firm has been hit by a series of lawsuits by disgruntled buyers, even it maintains that some people are ‘litigant minded’.
Govt has exempted local retailers from the provision that restrained them from raising funds from foreign private equity funds.
Lifestyle expects over 20% of its revenues this fiscal to come during sale period, which would be 20% more than last year's 15%-16% share.
TJ's, a brand of FMCG products made exclusively in Tihar Jail, Asia's largest prison complex, will soon be available in the outlets of Reliance Retail.
Indian shoppers are thronging malls and high streets once again, lured by the end-of-season discount sales, and bringing some relief to nervous retailers.
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