Flipkart, Amazon, and Snapdeal are currently locked in a slugfest for a piece of the $11 billion Indian e-commerce pie. They’re offering jaw-dropping discounts, spending millions on promotions, and even taking out snarky advertisements against their competitors, all in a bid to woo the Indian consumer. But last month, Flipkart hinted that it might do something quite extreme – the company said that it could shut down its website.
Rahul Yadav is not one to stay out of the limelight for too long. Barely a fortnight after his dramatic ouster from Housing.com, and an intervening period when he tried to look for a girlfriend on Facebook, Rahul is back to doing what he does best. He’s announced a startup that will be bigger and better than Housing.com.