The world is facing a digital divide that is tearing apart the ecommerce landscape.

Here are five of the top ecommerce destinations in India and what you need to know about them.1.

ecommerce site Malala Yousafzai (Pakistani-born, currently studying in India)2.

e-commerce site Ecommerce-hub, India (India-based)3.

eCommerce site E-Hive, India4.

ePixies e-Commerce, India5.

e commerce site Shopify, United States (United States-based, founded in 2009)1.

Malala: Malala’s e-shop that was shut down by Malala Fund has reopened for business with a new owner, and it is now a destination for thousands of people from around the world.2.

E-Commerce-hub: Ecommerce sites in India are experiencing a resurgence.

A new ecommerce hub, E-Hub, was launched last week by Flipkart, an Indian e-tailer, and is now listed on Shopify India, which has a large user base.

Ecommerce is growing in the country and more than 5 million customers now use its platform, according to data from the eCommerce Association of India.3.

ECommerce-Hub: The new E-Shop, launched by Flipkat India, is an e-marketplace, which allows users to shop online.

A total of 11,000 people are working on this site, according the E-shop’s Facebook page.

It currently has 5,000 customers.4.

EHive: The online shop that launched last month by the Malala Foundation in the United Kingdom was shuttered last month because of the attack on the activist.

Its staff and customers were not able to return to the United States due to security issues.

The EHives e-Marketplace is now back online.5.

Shopify: Shopify is the world’s largest ecommerce marketplace, and has more than 500,000 merchants worldwide.

In India, its marketplace has nearly 2 million merchants.

The company’s chief executive, Joe Gebbia, said the company had to go back to the drawing board to fix its systems, especially its platform.

He added that the site is now available for sale on Shopix.