Amazon, Flipkart sale dates announced, E-Commerce battle set to heat up further - NDTV
Amazon and Flipkart, the two biggest e-commerce retailers in the country, are locked in a battle to become the leading player in the fast-growing industry. Once again, the two players have announced back to back sales that will seem them go the whole hog, with discount offers, cashbacks, and other deals that will likely stretch their purse strings as well as resources. 
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