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Net neutrality concerns scupper mobile app deal

NEW DELHI --Flipkart, India's largest online retailer, has shelved controversial plans to offer free access to its mobile app under a deal with Bharti Airtel.

     The decision comes at a time when Internet neutrality is being hotly debated in India; critics attacked Flipkart on social media saying the proposed deal would give it an unfair advantage.

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