Indian Shopping Deals & Price Comparision Sites

In my previous post I tried to cover the various indian online shopping sites. There are lot of price comparison & deals sites also coming up now a days. Take a look at them before you do your next purchase. You might find a store which offers best deal on that product.

Let me know if you know some more…

http://www.compareindia.com

http://www.spoteazy.com

http://www.dealaajtak.com

http://www.allindiadeals.com

http://www.pricesbolo.com

http://www.oxyshopping.com

http://www.shopmania.in

http://www.catchdiscount.com/

http://www.indiadealsinfo.com

http://www.savingsmela.com

http://www.dealpals.com/

(Updated on 28th August 2009)

India Online Shopping Sites Roundup

There are so many online shopping sites out there in india and many are coming up. In this post I will try to list down the online shopping sites in india that I feel worth mentioning. Let me know of any other sites that can be added here.

Range of Products

http://www.futurebazaar.com

http://www.ebay.in

http://www.Homeshop18.com

http://www.Storeguru.com

http://www.indiaplaza.in

http://www.ratetag.in

http://www.storrz.com

http://shopping.indiatimes.com

http://shopping.rediff.com

http://shopping.sify.com

http://www.infibeam.com

Mobile, Laptop & Gadgets

http://www.gadgetguru.com

http://www.gadgets.in

http://www.univercell.in

http://www.swamipc.in

Bookstores

http://www.flipkart.com

http://www.kithabay.com

http://www.gobookshopping.com/

http://cb-india.com/

http://nbcindia.com/

http://firstandsecond.com/

http://vanishbooks.com

http://prakashbooks.com/

http://books.rediff.com/

Withdraw from PayPal to Indian Bank Accounts

Great news for Indians who are using PayPal.

Now you can add your Indian bank account to your PayPal account, so you can withdraw your money directly to your bank. It saves you time and gives you faster access to your PayPal funds! Plus, there is no charge to withdrawal amounts over Rs. 7000. For withdrawal amounts of less than INR 7000, there is a nominal fee of 50 rupees.

So, go ahead and add your bank account today!

PayPal Introduced Payments to Indian Debit/Credit Cards

PayPal Introduced New International Withdrawal Functionality using which you can withdraw your PayPal balances to your Debit/Credit Cards.

All you need to do is add a debit/credit card which can accept the funds. Both VISA and MASTERCARD are supported.

Paypal charges $5 for each withdrawal to Credit/Debit Card.

Read more information about it here :
http://www.thepaypalblog.com/weblog/2007/09/paypal-introduc.html

My Experience:

I tried to register three credit cards out of which I succeeded with only one. I don’t know what is the acceptance criteria. It seems it is accepting Platinum/Gold cards only as far as India is concerned. I tried to register a Debit Card but couldn’t succeed in doing it.

Please share your experiences.

Tech Links for June 28th 2007

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The table of equivalents / replacements / analogs of Windows software in Linux.

Damicon

List of open-source software links

Network Monitoring Tools

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Configure OpenNMS Step By Step | HowtoForge – Linux Howtos and Tutorials

Nice tutorial about OpenNMS installation & configuration.

Jobs in India, Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad: BIXEE

BIXEE is the first search engine for jobs in India. They find jobs from employer web sites like Microsoft and Wipro, job sites like Jobsahead, Monster and ClickJobs and newspaper jobs listings like The Hindu.

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