Shopping, food top credit card spends in ’20

Indians used credit cards to spend more on food, groceries, shopping, and pay utility bills in 2020, as spends on travel and entertainment dipped sharply, as per data by credit card payment services company Cred that scanned spends of 1 million members across India’s top cities.

The data captures four periods, including pre-lockdown, lockdown, unlock, and the year-end festive season, across several categories such as shopping, food, utilities, travel, spends on fuel, and insurance.

Shopping, which includes apparel and electronics, and food, which includes groceries and ordering-in from eateries, saw the highest credit card spends through

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Here’s why you should be disinfecting your food shopping

Tesco outline their latest shopping measures ahead of lockdown



Whether you get your food delivered or handpick your items in a supermarket yourself, there’s still a chance you’ll pick up the COVID-19 virus. Some Brits have been meticulously sterilising their food shopping as soon as it crosses the threshold into their home, and apparently, they’re doing the right thing. chatted to Lewis Ames from leading UK, medical-grade, hand sanitiser and disinfectant manufacturer, Ocean Free, to find out why you should be disinfecting your supermarket shop.

Why you should be disinfecting your food shopping


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This Bengal Couple Got Their Wedding Food Menu Designed Like an Aadhaar Card, Pics Go Viral

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New Delhi: Couples tying the knot these days love to do something unique on their special day to stand out from the crowd, be it their wedding location, attire or something different with the invitation card. But, this Bengal couple left social media users as well as their guests in awe with their exceptional wedding menu card which was designed like an Aadhaar card.

Ever since someone posted their wedding menu card on Facebook it has been going viral on all social media platforms. Speaking to, the couple, Gogol Saha and Subarna Das, said that they

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