During interrogation, the accused confessed that they sold these wild life related items through portals - Snapdeal, India Mart, Wish and Buy, and Craft Comparison. Initially, the accused defended themselves by claiming that the items are not related to wildlife.
Sectoral analysts suggested that while it was imperative for Snapdeal to find a suitor to handle its financial troubles, but the deal did not make much sense for Flipkart except that it could have helped the Bengaluru-based e-commerce firm get backing from SoftBank.
Flipkart and Snapdeal have been in merger talks since at least April as they debate the proper terms of a combination. One central issue has been that Snapdeal investors will see the value of the business cut by at least 85 percent from its peak of $7 billion.
According to reports, Snapdeal has rejected the $800-900 million dollar offer as the Board members were dissatisfied with the quoted price. Flipkart is expected to make a revised offer soon, reports say.
Ghaziabad, Feb 15 (ANI): Devendra, the mastermind behind the abduction of Snapdeal employee, on Monday confessed to his crime and said he wanted to marry her and wanted to get settled in Kathmandu, Nepal. The accused said that he first saw her at New Delhi Rajiv Chowk metro station and fell in love with her. He added that he was inspired by Adolf Hitler and Shah Rukh Khan’s character in ‘Darr’ and had planned everything on similar lines.
Ghaziabad, Feb 12 (ANI): 24-year-old Snapdeal employee Dipti Sarna, who was allegedly kidnapped from Ghaziabad on Wednesday night, reunited with her family on Friday.Divulging the details, Ghaziabad Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Dharmendra Singh said four boys abducted the girl in an auto-rickshaw, and blindfolded her. He added that Dipti has not been subjected to any physical assault. Her father said Dipti called me at 7 a.m. from New Delhi Railway Station and told us that she was safe and asked them to pick up her from Vaishali metro station.