Delhi based classifieds business GetIt Infoservices has launched a new community dedicated to fashion enthusiasts at fashion.getit.in. This community claims to offer users with the latest information on brands and sellers across various categories like apparels, shoes, accessories, jewellery, watches, and sunglasses, in their city. In addition, users will be able to exchange views on fashion related topics, watch fashion-related images and videos, learn about the latest trends in fashion and accessories, rate fashion brands, share pictures and information through Twitter and Facebook and also search for brand catalogues, shops, resellers in their respective city. Getit will also offer latest deals in fashion, personal care, and accessories on this community through its deals service Hot Deals and online shopping mall discovery service GetItMalls.

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Air India has partnered with ngpay to launch a pan-India mobile ticket booking facility, allowing travelers to book tickets from their mobile phones. Through this service, users can book tickets and make payment through various payment methods like credit cards, debit cards and net banking available in the ngpay app. After the completion of booking, customers will receive an sms or an e-mail with flight details such as PNR and an Itinerary Ticket Receipt (ITR).

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Nokia India has partnered with the mobile TV provider Zenga TV to offer live mobile TV and video-on-demand services on Nokia Asha 303. The company has also partnered with the telecom operator Vodafone to offer 1GB 3G data (2G data if 3G services are not available in that region) for 4 months to Vodafone customers, on Nokia Asha 303.

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MojoStreet, the location based services startup from Indyarocks co-founder Kalyan Manyam, has tied up with the North Indian restaurant chain Mast Kalandar to offer location based mobile coupons to customers across Mast Kalandar’s 32 outlets in Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad and Pune. In addition, the app will also enable consumers to find the nearest Mast Kalandar outlet from their current location.

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Microsoft has extended its Bizspark Plus program to India, by partnering with select incubators and accelerators including Morpheus and Accel Partners. Dubbed as an extension of its BizSpark program, Microsoft will offer startups up to $60,000 worth free cloud services on Windows Azure for the next two years, through this program.