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Paytm taunts Google, brings back IPL-led Cricket League with UPI cashback a week after ban

DNA Tuesday, 29 September 2020
Home-grown financial services platform Paytm, which was briefly removed from Google Play Store for alleged policy violations earlier this month, said on Monday that it has brought back the Paytm Cricket League with UPI cashback and scratch cards.
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