Amazon adds musical instruments category Amazon India has launched a Musical Instruments and Professional Audio Store, that offers musical instruments, musical accessories and DJ equipment from over 40 local and global brands. Instruments like keyboards, percussion instruments, guitars, stringed instruments, wind instruments and various traditional Indian instruments will be available at this store. It will also offers guitars like acoustic, electric and bass guitars along with various guitar accessories like strings, cases, tuners and straps from brands like Ibanez, Fender, Jackson, Cort, Pluto, Gibson and Bronz and offer DJ equipment from brands like Pioneer, Hercules and Behringer among others. Amazon has also signed an exclusive deal with Rupa Publications to offer pre-orders for the president Pranab Mukherjee's book ‘The Dramatic Decade: The Indira Gandhi Years'. The book will be available for delivery from December 11 and will be exclusive to Amazon till December 31. It is priced at Rs 575, although Amazon is offering customers a launch discount of 25%. Flipkart partners Conde Nast Group for ‘Fashion Files’ Online marketplace Flipkart has partnered with Conde Nast Group to launch a lifestyle content page on its platform called Flipkart Fashion Files. Flipkart claims that this section will offer exclusive co-created content like trend boards, fashion diva and celebrity interviews, brand and product stores and lifestyle articles among others. The e-commerce major has also roped in contributors like fashion photographers including Porus Vimadalal & Rohan Shreshtha and celebrity news site MissMalini among others for this initiative. Snapdeal launches a Regional Jewellery Store Online retailer Snapdeal.com has launched a Regional Jewellery Store,…
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