New Delhi, Sep 13 (PTI) Online marketplace for pre-owned cars Truebil today announced its foray into the offline space with the opening of its first outlet in Bengaluru. Also Read - World Environment Day 2020: Global Carbon Dioxide (CO2) in Air Hits New Record High, Earth's Atmosphere Never Experienced This Level in Several Million Years

The new store offers complete selling assistance and ensures a hassle-free buying experience with seamless transactions, the company said in a statement. Also Read - INC vs GNGW Dream11 Team Prediction Korean Football League 2020: Captain, And Fantasy Football Tips For Today's Incheon United vs Gangwon FC Match at Incheon Football Stadium 4:00 PM IST June 5 Friday



“We deemed Bangalore as the perfect start for our expansion spree as a lot of people in the city are young and are migrants relocating for jobs in MNCs,” Truebil Co-founder and Chief of Marketing Shubh Bansal said. Also Read - Akshay Kumar Beats Jennifer Lopez And Rihanna to be on Forbes List of World's 100 Highest Paid Celebrities

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Diageo India relaunches Antiquity Blue

* Liquor major Diageo India today said it has relaunched its premium brand Antiquity Blue whisky with a new packaging.

The whisky is available in outlets across Delhi and is priced at Rs 900 for a 750 ml bottle, the company said in a statement.

“This brand renovation transitions the brand into a more contemporary and modernised territory that speaks to true whisky connoisseurs,” Diageo India Senior VP-Marketing Subroto Geed said.

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NISA issues safety advisory to private schools * The National Independent Schools Alliance (NISA) today said it has issued advisory to schools across India to ensure safety of children.

The advisory recommends CCTV surveillance system, fire audit and drills for evacuation during emergency, police verification of drivers and watchmen, NISA said in a statement.

NISA represents budget private schools across the country to address their concerns about legislations.

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Yes Bank partners Samsung for ‘tap and pay’ * Yes Bank has partnered with Samsung Electronics that will facilitate credit card holders to transact through Samsung Pay in a ‘tap and pay’ mode.

“All Yes Bank credit cards including the recently launched business credit cards are now available on the Samsung Pay platform,” Yes Bank said in a statement.

Payments through Samsung Pay will be accepted at all places where a physical card will work, it said.

Yes Bank said credit card holders with and eligible Samsung device are offered a cashback of up to Rs 1,500 per card via Samsung Pay till September 30, 2017.

“Samsung Pay offers customers the convenience of virtually carrying their Yes Bank credit card wherever they go and use it with the same ease and safety as a physical credit card,” said Pralay Mondal, Senior Group President Retail and Business Banking, Yes Bank.

Sanjay Razdan, Director Samsung Pay Business said the partnership with Yes Bank will enable more consumers to join Samsung Pay platform and go digital.

This is published unedited from the PTI feed.