SC Scraps Section 377 & Zomato Takes a Bite of B2B Space: 4 Things to Know Today

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1. In a historic judgement, Supreme Court of India scrapped Section 377. Post the verdict, Chief Justice Deepak Mishra won over the nation with his words, “I am what I am. I should be accepted in the same form.”

2. After WhatsApp and Amazon, Apple drops plans of UPI-based app in India. Apart from data localization, the company has been reportedly facing technical and design issues for the platform. 

3. Zomato enters B2B segment. The foodtech startup has acquired Bengaluru-based online caterer and canteen aggregator TongueStun for $18 million.

4. Google for science! The tech giant has launched a new search engine called Dataset Search especially for scientific community to help them satisfy their intellectual curiosity.

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