2.1. A cookie is an identifier (which may be a string of letters and numbers) that is sent by web server to web browser and is stored by the browser. The identifier is then again sent back to the server each time the browser requests a page from the server
2.2. Cookie may either be persistent cookie or a session cookie:
2.2.1. Persistent Cookie: They are also referred to as the “permanent cookie.” These are cookies that are stored on the user’s hard drive until it expires (since persistent cookies are set with expiration dates) or until the user deletes the cookies.
2.2.2. Session Cookie: They are also referred to as the “transient cookie.” These are cookies that are erased when the user closes the web browser. The session cookie is stored in temporary memory and is not retained after the browser is closed. These cookies do not collect information from the user’s computer.
2.3. Cookies as such do not contain any information that identifies any individual personally, but the personal information that we store about you may be linked to the information stored in and obtained from the cookies.
2.4. Cookies can be used by web servers to and track the user as they navigate through various pages on a website and identify the users returning to the website.
3.1. We use both session and persistent cookie on our website.
3.2.2. To track the user as they navigate through the website.
3.2.3. In case to enable the use of shopping cart on the website.
3.2.4. Improve the usability of the website.
3.2.5. To administer the website.
3.2.6. To prevent frauds and improve the security of the website.
3.2.7. To personalize the website for each user.
3.2.8. To target advertisements that may be of interest to specific user.
3.2.9. To validate authenticated user’s session.
3.2.10. To facilitate the use of our website search engine.
4.1. We use google analytics to analyse the use of our website.
4.2. Our analytics service provider generates statistical and other information about website usage by means of cookies.
4.4. The google analytics Java Script libraries use HTTP Cookies to keep a record and remember the activities and interactions carried out by the user with the website.
Because privacy and security of visitors to our website, we do not promote and thereof block third party
cookies to avoid inconvenience of any sort or nature to our visitors.
We are committed to ensure that the information of the visitor is secure. To prevent any unauthorised
access of any sort or nature, we have instilled worthy and suitable physical, electronic, and managerial
procedure to safeguard and secure the information collected.
7.1. Our website may contain links to some other website. However, in the event of you are using those
websites, we have no control or responsibility of any nature over those websites.
Do Not Track ("DNT") is a privacy preference that users can set in their web browsers. DNT is a way for
users to inform websites and services that they do not want certain information about their webpage visits collected over time and across websites or online services. We are committed to providing you with
meaningful choices about the information we collect and that is why we provide the opt-out links in the
works toward defining exactly what DNT means, what it means to comply with DNT, and a common
approach to responding to DNT.