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  • India Post launches e-commerce delivery centre
  • India Post launches e-commerce delivery centre
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India Post launches e-commerce delivery centre

India Post is 240 years old, but as emails replace letters the service is becoming increasingly redundant. With e-commerce in India booming, the government-operated postal department is seeking to cash in, opening a centre dedicated exclusively to online orders. But can it deliver success?

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