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Paytm New Approach :-
- ‘Paytm ka ATM’
Paytm going to install about 1 lakn ATM all over India. ‘Paytm ka ATM’ banking outlets across India to expand the reach of its banking services to the entire country. They are going to invest about 3 thousand Crore to expand the offline distribution network by allowing trusted local partners to act as potential cash in and cash-out points. In the first phase, Paytm has started with 3,000 Paytm ka ATM points in select cities including Delhi NCR, Lucknow, Kanpur, Allahabad, Varanasi and Aligarh.
- Paytm’s CEO Vijay Shekhar Sharma selected for UN Environment’s Patron for Clean Air
Paytm’s CEO Vijay Shekhar Sharma said
“I am honoured to be appointed UN Environment Patron of Clean Air. We can’t achieve economic well-being without ensuring the well-being of the environment,”.
Erik Solheim, head of UN Environment said
“Tackling pollution requires all of us, citizens, governance and business to come together. We need more champions in the private sector like Mr Sharma to drive innovation that will get us to a cleaner future,” said Erik Solheim, head of UN Environment.