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    Covid impact on business not 'materially adverse' so far: Nestle India

    Nestle India continues to witness demand for most of its products and its focus in the immediate period is to make sure that its products are available to consumers. It has also resumed operations at all its eight plants and distribution centres/warehouses.

    Limited impact on Vedanta operations due to coronavirus lockdown: Crisil

    The company is expected to undertake cash preservation measures such as reduced capital expenditure (capex) and limited dividend payout in FY21, which shall support liquidity. Additionally, to preserve liquidity, Vedanta has availed moratorium on its term debt obligation as per RBI guidelines after approval from respective banks.

    Over 50% affluent household 'profoundly impacted' by Covid-19

    The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and the collateral damage, current and anticipated, have had a significant impact on the affluent consumer households, an Access Media International study said.

    About 70 per cent startups impacted by COVID-19: Survey

    "70 per cent of start-ups stated that their businesses have been impacted by COVID-19. 12 per cent of the start-ups have shut operations and 60 per cent are operating with disruptions", Ficci said.

    Top World Bank economist explains the impact of coronavirus on foreign workers

    As lockdowns have shut banks and money-transfer offices, marooned migrants couldn't send money home.

    Lockdown in Aurangabad likely to impact production at Bajaj Auto and Skoda Auto Volkswagen

    Bajaj Auto manufactures vehicles for exports at a facility in the district’s Waluj industrial area. At present, 1,700-1,800 employees work at the Waluj factory where the company is operating at half the capacity in two shifts. It restarted operations at the plant on April 23.

    Don't forget us in coronavirus battle, say businesses in India's Dharavi slum

    Dharavi, believed to be Asia's largest slum, has been hailed as a success story in the battle against the coronavirus pandemic, bringing cases from a daily average of 100 in April to about 10 in July, say city officials, thanks to a strict lockdown.

    How Chinese companies responded to Covid-19

    As China emerges from its Covid-19 lockdown, it is becoming clear that many of the challenges they faced are here to stay - and that some of the changes they introduced should be, as well. We identified 11 lessons to help inform business leaders throughout the rest of the world.

    ICICI Bank to reward 80k employees with up to 8% pay hike for work done during COVID-19

    The hike of up to 8 per cent is for the fiscal year 2020-21 and applicable from July onwards, the sources said. An e-mail sent to the bank did not elicit any response. The sources said these employees are from M1 and grades below, who are frontline staff mostly in customer-facing roles. They ensure the functioning of branches and other operations of the bank.

    China faceoff unlikely to impact Covid-19 fight

    Over the last three months, the Centre has actively encouraged companies to start manufacturing products that they had never produced before, or scale up production manifold. If the products were not made in India, the science and technology department encouraged its institutes of eminence to innovate and develop the knowhow.

    No adverse financial impact due to coronavirus pandemic: Hindustan Motors

    There has been no significant adverse impact on the company's financial position for the financial year ended March 31, 2020, as both of its manufacturing plants located at Uttarpara (West Bengal) and Pithampur (Madhya Pradesh) were already under "suspension of work/layoff" prior to imposition of lockdown, it added.

    Karnataka CM to 'work from home' after staff test positive for coronavirus

    In a statement, Yediyurappa said, "I am going to discharge my duties from home from today for the next few days in view of some of the staff in the office-cum-residence Krishna testing positive for coronavirus."

    Poor diets are costing businesses as much as $850 billion a year

    The study examined 13 sectors — from mining and agriculture to construction and retail — in 19 countries. The greatest productivity losses from being undernourished were in agri, mining and construction, with Ethiopia and India facing the highest burden. The biggest impact from obesity was felt in the mining, education and health sectors.

    Apart from respiratory distress, Covid-19 causes catastrophic health problems that may be permanent

    The virus can cause neurological complications like headache, dizziness and confusion.

    FMCG demand in rural India robust, consumption growth reaches 85% of pre-Covid average sales

    Consumption growth in rural India is outpacing the rate of expansion in cities and has already reached 85% of pre-Covid average sales underpinned by higher farm income, minimal retail disruption during the lockdown and migrant workers returning home. In comparison, urban market sales were relatively lower at 70% in May, according to Nielsen’s latest data. In the next nine months, the overall fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) segment is expected to grow at around 5% but rural will expand at double the rate of urban, reversing the trend of the past two years when slowing demand in the hinterland dragged the entire market down.FMCG demand in rural India robust, consumption growth reaches 85% of pre-Covid average sales

    Women bear the brunt of Covid outbreak at the workplace, more likely to be furloughed and lose jobs as compared to men

    School closures during lockdown have exacerbated the situation because more women than men tend to care for children.

    COVID-19 Impact: Screen time up by 100% for children

    54% of parents state that their kids are spending upto 5 additional hours on an average online in front of a screen. The biggest concern a majority - 57% of parents have is that the kids may unknowingly access inappropriate information online and use studying as an excuse to access non-educational content.

    Covid-19 impact: Lockdown takes toll on wedding industry in Vadodara

    Coronavirus lockdown took a massive toll on the wedding industry in Gujarat’s Vadodara. Marriage decorators are facing hardships to revive their businesses in market. They are suffering loss due to COVID-19 outbreak. There are 12,905 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Gujarat. According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the total number of COVID-19 active cases are 66,330 and 3583 deaths in India.Covid-19 impact: Lockdown takes toll on wedding industry in Vadodara

    ONGC looking at optimising capex after Covid-19 impacts project execution

    Since April 20, 2020, onshore operations have been restarted and are near normal at present.

    ONGC looking at optimising capex after COVID-19 impacts project execution

    While about 9 per cent of the company's natural gas output was impacted by inability of customers to take supplies due to the coronavirus lockdown, lower oil and gas prices had impacted its revenues, the company said.

    Why China face-off unlikely to impact 'atmanirbhar' India's coronavirus fight

    The Galwan valley face-off with China is unlikely to affect India's COVID-19 fight as - medical experts say - all the essentials, from safety gears to testing products, are now being manufactured indigenously, reducing the dependence on Chinese imports to almost nil. They say from polyester swab sticks and viral transport medium (VTM) to testing kits and personal protective equipment (PPE) – India is now self-sufficient. ET's Nidhi Sharma has more details. Watch now. (Text: ET Bureau)Why China face-off unlikely to impact 'atmanirbhar' India's coronavirus fight

    Covid-19 impact: Boeing slashes 12,000 jobs as virus seizes travel industry

    Boeing is cutting more than 12,000 jobs through layoffs and buyouts as the coronavirus pandemic seizes the travel industry, and more cuts are coming.Covid-19 impact: Boeing slashes 12,000 jobs as virus seizes travel industry

    View: The coronavirus isn't the end of your career

    If you’re in an industry directly hit by the virus, think about how your experience would be applicable to fields that have solid long-term prospects, like cybersecurity, robotics and artificial intelligence. These sectors aren’t just for coders and engineers; they need accountants, compliance officers, HR managers and communications teams.

    Nearly half MSMEs witness 20-50% impact on earnings due to COVID-19 pandemic: Survey

    The findings are based on responses from 14,444 MSMEs. The survey, conducted in the second half of May 2020, focussed on the financial impact of the pandemic on MSMEs and their outlook towards the earnings.

    A new world order for the coronavirus era is emerging

    As a fast rising power, China is growing more assertive and jostling with many countries.

    Coronavirus impact: Big restaurants may walk out of malls to high streets

    Some marquee brands are looking at moving back to streets from malls because of Covid-19.

    Service robots may help COVID-19 impacted hotels recover faster: Study

    The anticipated applications and integration of robotic technology will require leaders of the future to carefully consider the balance between the roles of service robots and human employees in the guest experience, according to the paper published in the International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management.

    Covid impact: Tenants want Kerala government to bring rent regulations

    Many employees are reluctant to travel by public transport due to the fear of community spread of Covid-19 and hence are in search of a suitable accommodation.

    Lockdown impacted livelihood of 65 per cent elderly: Study

    'The Elder Story: Ground Reality during Covid 19' was released on the occasion of the World Elder Abuse Awareness Day on Monday. It was conducted by HelpAge India, which surveyed 5,099 elders across 17 states and four Union territories.

    Swaminathan Aiyar on why India needs to get fully back to business and learn to live with coronavirus

    ET's Consulting Editor Swaminathan Aiyar doubts the coronavirus disease can be controlled through lockdowns or zoning and thinks beyond couple of months, it will mean economic disaster without avoiding high deaths. He says the best policy will be to ease curbs even in red and orange zones - accounting for 88% of India's GDP - and to allow economic activities in full, along with precautions and behavioural changes. Watch now.Swaminathan Aiyar on why India needs to get fully back to business and learn to live with coronavirus

    Coronavirus: The biggest challenge right now is business continuity

    As the Covid-19 outbreak hits companies hard, CFOs like Vaish are bracing for what many are referring to as the toughest phase in their careers.

    Hindalco MD on improving margins and Covid impact on Q4 earnings

    Our cost of production was one of the lowest due to low coal prices and input costs, says Satish Pai. Hindalco MD on improving margins and Covid impact on Q4 earnings

    Covid-19 impact: Automakers want flexible manufacturing for business after the pandemic

    In fast-moving mass production industries like automobiles, production schedules are rigid and optimised for efficiency. Similarly, supply chains work on schedules decided months in advance on the basis of demand projections. However, carmakers are now looking to redesign these systems to cater to an unpredictable demand environment.

    Employee safety top priority of companies, finds survey on Covid-19 impact

    Ensuring financial stability (47%) and cost optimisation (44%) were the other top business priorities, revealed 'Global survey COVID-19: Impact on business', a survey conducted by executive search firm EMA Partners and shared exclusively with ET. The survey was carried out among 416-plus decisionmakers across 25 countries to gauge the impact that Covid-19 has had in their organisations.

    Air Arabia lays off more staff due to COVID-19 impact

    The Sharjah-based airline, which has about 2,000 employees, did not say how many employees had been affected. It laid off 57 employees in May. The latest job cuts were a "last alternative" after the airline took a series of steps in past months to protect jobs, the spokesman said, without elaborating.

    Coronavirus impact on India's retail sector

    Emkay Global says the fall in crude prices and moderating agri-input prices should drive margin gains for most staples.

    239 experts with 1 big claim: The coronavirus is airborne

    239 experts in 32 countries have evidence showing that smaller airborne particles can infect people.

    Oscars likely to be postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic

    The movie industry's biggest night is currently scheduled for February 28.

    Coronavirus impact on India's pharma sector

    The Indian pharma industry has been a world leader in generics both globally and in domestic markets.

    Coronavirus impact on healthcare sector

    Based on assessments made by different analysts and industry body Ficci, here is an impact analysis in healthcare sector.

    Bank of India sees impact on recoveries, profitability due to COVID-19

    The impact of COVID-19 is different in different territories, based on its severances and category of zone such as Red, Orange or Green, Bank of India said in a disclosure to bourses.

    Coronavirus impact on motor, health and life insurance: PwC Report

    The next few months for the insurance industry will be difficult in returning to the high speed market growth highways they are used to for long, and they have to find innovative solutions to stay profitable and resilient.

    Business environment may remain challenging this fiscal due to Covid-19: TVS Motor

    Restriction on public mobility and impact on many sectors of the economy will affect gross domestic product (GDP), disposable incomes, consumer sentiment and also the auto industry, it added.

    MSMEs confident on business outlook despite pandemic impact: Survey

    Majority of the films felt that the impact of Covid on earnings could be between 20-50% while more than 62% of the businesses felt that they were positive regarding their business outlook.

    Covid-19 impact: Q1 to be a washout for IT sector, say analysts

    TCS is expected to see revenue drop by 6%, Infosys by 5% and Tech Mahindra by 9%.

    Chalet Hotels shares business updates on evolving COVID-19

    Chalet said it is watching market conditions as the lockdown unfolds and is evaluating all projects in the pipeline and will pace them in line with market conditions.

    India’s small businesses were struggling. Coronavirus may be their death knell

    The coronavirus outbreak is making small businesses across sectors struggle to make ends meet. With GST compliance issues, slow domestic demand and demonetisation already playing spoilsport, the virus scare has only added to the woes of SMEs in the country. ET Rise tells you how SMEs are trying to pull themselves together to tide through these tough times. Watch!India’s small businesses were struggling. Coronavirus may be their death knell

    ET Catalyse Virtual 05: HDFC Bank's Jahid Ahmed on digital marketing and Covid communication

    In our second BFSI special, we spoke to Jahid Ahmed, VP and Head- Digital, Content and Social Media Marketing at HDFC, to understand how digital as a channel helps a brand to respond quickly in a crisis. From building powerful ORM strategies to tips for marketing effectively in Covid, Jahid emphasized on the importance, and difficulty, in extracting positive consumer sentiment, a metric close to a marketer's heart.ET Catalyse Virtual 05: HDFC Bank's Jahid Ahmed on digital marketing and Covid communication

    Lockdown puts rural economy under stress

    The prolonged lockdown along with rain and hailstorm in many regions has heightened rural distress, pushing anxious villagers to moneylenders — a situation which farm leaders say can trigger agitations and suicides unless farmers get quick relief.

    No new tax in Uttar Pradesh to offset coronavirus' economic impact: Yogi Adityanath

    Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath Sunday said the state government does not intend to impose any new tax to deal with the economic impact of the coronavirus crisis. Replying to a specific question during a virtual press conference, Adityanath said, "We have started our economic activities, and it is moving on rapidly. As compared to the previous month, this month's revenue (collection) seems good." "There is no thought of imposing any separate tax, and our focus is to give more relaxation to the public. How to boost industrial activities while following social-distancing norms is our focus," he said. Watch now. (Text: PTI)No new tax in Uttar Pradesh to offset coronavirus' economic impact: Yogi Adityanath

    How the coronavirus crisis will impact workspaces

    In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the world is changing rapidly. From masks becoming a fashion accessory, to social distancing becoming the norm, our culture is being impacted in multiple subliminal ways. Our workplaces are not far behind.

    When will travellers return? Decimated by Covid-19, travel and hospitality recovery will be a long stretch

    The travel industry is bracing itself for the new changes that will have to be factored in post lockdown.

    COVID-19 lockdown: Reliance to provide meals for 3 crore Indians

    New Delhi, Apr 20(ANI): Reliance Foundation has scaled up its meal distribution programme under Mission Anna Seva to provide over 3 crore meals to marginalised and under-resourced communities across India. Under the programme, Reliance Foundation is providing cooked meals, ready-to-eat food packets and dry ration kits to families and bulk ration to community kitchens. The entire staff of Reliance Foundation is working together in the mission on a war footing to ensure that no Indian goes hungry during the lockdown period. RIL has contributed Rs 535 crore to various relief funds, including Rs 500 crore to the PM-CARES Fund. COVID-19 lockdown: Reliance to provide meals for 3 crore Indians

    Bank credit growth will nosedive to 1 per cent due to COVID-19 impact: Crisil

    Bank credit is an important factor illustrative of the general economic climate because it denotes aspects like the investments which are happening in a country or consumption of high-value items. Crisil expects a 5 per cent contraction in India's GDP for 2020-21.

    There will be some impact on profitability in short term due to coronavirus: HUL

    In terms of business impact of the lockdown, HUL said it has severely impacted the FMCG market and the loss of livelihoods has taken a substantial toll on consumer demand.

    Downward revision of growth by agencies shows lockdown impact; June data points to uptick: EY

    EY's current assessment of India's 2020-21 real gross value added (GVA) growth is 1.9 per cent provided that India sticks to its infrastructure funding plans.

    Coronavirus impact: IMF predicts India's economy to contract by 4.5% in FY21

    Covid-19 battered India's economy is projected to contract by 4.5 per cent this fiscal, said the International Monetary Fund. In the World Economic Outlook (WEO) forecast report, the IMF said that India's economy is expected to contract on the back of a longer lockdown and a slower recovery than anticipated in April.Accordingly, the country's economy will contract in FY21 from an expansion of 4.2 per cent in FY20. In terms of calendar year 2020, the economy is expected to contract by (-)4 .9 per cent.Coronavirus impact: IMF predicts India's economy to contract by 4.5% in FY21

    Agri sector likely to remain resilient from COVID-19 impact; to grow 2.5% in FY21: Crisil

    With the pandemic and the ensuing lockdown, demand for horticultural produce is likely to be impacted more than that of food grains. Food grains have the government's minimum support price (MSP) and procurement support, the report explained.

    View: Inequality and pandemics

    Inequality is not a tool that creates differential impact during pandemic. It is also the reason behind the outbreak itself.

    Covid impact: Tata Motors on a mission to save cash, link output to demand

    Butschek said that the operating location of an executive doesn’t matter as much these days, with the company focused on executing the “transformation” roadmap set out four years ago to turn around the business.

    Spike in MGNREGS numbers reveals impact of lockdown

    More and more families hit by the Covid storm are seeking shelter under MGNREGA.

    Coronavirus impact: Toyota Kirloskar sales dip 86 pc in May

    "We are conscious of the dealer business conditions in various parts of the country and we have been prioritising production at our end as per dealer requirements, both in terms of quantity as well as the grades that they require," TKM Senior Vice President, Sales & Service, Naveen Soni said.

    Sector-wise impact of Covid-19 given by various ratings agencies

    Covid-19 hits the economy. Growth to slow. Check the sector-wise impact and the ratings by various agencies.Sector-wise impact of Covid-19 given by various ratings agencies

    67 pc of 92 FPOs' business hit due to COVID-19 lockdown: Survey

    According to the survey, about 67 per cent of 92 FPOs' business were highly impacted. About 49 per cent of the FPOs surveyed reported a shortage of finance, 11 out of 18 FPOs dealing in vegetable produce reported losses with a reduction of 35 per cent of sales as compared to last year.

    Sebi asks listed cos to disclose impact of lockdown on business

    Sebi said the economic turmoil because of the lockdown has led to distortions in the market.

    COVID-19, GST will be future Harvard case studies on failure: Rahul's dig at govt

    Taking a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the former Congress chief Rahul Gandhi also tweeted a clip which included portions from the PM's addresses to the nation on the COVID-19 crisis, including his remarks that the Mahabharata war was won in 18 days and the war against coronavirus will take 21 days.

    Over 50% of urban Indians feel COVID-19 situation getting worse

    According to market research company YouGov's 'global COVID-19 public monitor', confidence in the recovery from the pandemic is high in countries like China, Vietnam and Taiwan, while it is the least in India, Mexico and the Philippines. Along with India, majorities in the Philippines (55 per cent) and Indonesia (53 per cent) also believe that things are still on the decline.

    EU in advanced talks with Johnson & Johnson on COVID-19 vaccine deal: Sources

    The move would be the first arranged by the European Union executive since it was mandated last week by the 27 EU national governments to use an emergency fund with more than 2 billion euros ($2.3 billion) available to reach advance purchase or call-option deals with up to six vaccine makers.

    Rural markets faring better than urban centres amid coronavirus pandemic: Maruti Suzuki

    "Rural demand is little better than urban right now. In Maruti, the rural share has gone up to 40 per cent in June which is 1 per cent increase over the last fiscal," MSI Executive Director Marketing and Sales Shashank Srivastava told .

    UP CM Yogi Adityanath not to attend father's last rites amid COVID-19 lockdown challenges

    New Delhi: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's father, Anand Singh Bisht, died this morning. Mr Bisht who was admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi last month due to kidney problems died at 10.44 am.UP CM Yogi Adityanath not to attend father's last rites amid COVID-19 lockdown challenges

    Few takers for premier Rajdhani due to Covid-19, bad business scene

    Indian Railways had begun limited operations for long-distance trains. But frequency of trains between Howrah and Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad were reduced from daily to weekly on the request of West Bengal government, a railway official said.

    COVID-19 lockdown: Lack of basic amenities force patients to stay in night shelters in Delhi

    New Delhi, Apr 20 (ANI): Amid extended nationwide lockdown to curb the spread of COVID-19, many patients and their attendants are left stranded outside prestigious All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) hospital in a night shelter due to lack of amenities. Patients those who were scheduled for appointment prior to implementation of lockdown are now nowhere to go as they don’t have access to transportation and basic amenities which force them to accommodate in a night shelter. For these people, life has come to a standstill and left with nowhere to go as they hope for relaxation from the lockdown to move ahead in life. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has extended nationwide lockdown till May 03. COVID-19 lockdown: Lack of basic amenities force patients to stay in night shelters in Delhi

    Lockdown impact: Sobha's Q1 sales bookings down 37% at Rs 488 crore

    The price realisation has remained stable, it added.

    Impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the world economy and how India is placed

    As the world is undergoing the impact of Coronavirus, the IMF has revised its global GDP growth estimate. ET Wealth studies how India is placed in this scenario.

    Covid + Lockdown impact: Kerala estimates Q1 loss of Rs 80,000 crore to GVA

    Kerala govt report estimates a loss of about Rs 80,000 crore in GVA to the Kerala economy in Q1 (Apr-Jun) of 2020. For March, the shortfall in GVA could have been roughly Rs 29,000 crore. The direct and indirect losses in gross state value addition (GSVA), based on an input-output model, is estimated to be 10% in 2019-20 and 20% in 2020-21.

    COVID-19 outbreak: Delhiites violate ‘social distancing’ norm at Azadpur Mandi

    New Delhi, Apr 12 (ANI): Massive crowd was seen at a vegetable market in Delhi on April 12 amid nationwide lockdown in the wake of coronavirus pandemic. Delhiites were seen violating norms of social distancing while purchasing vegetables. On April 11, District Magistrate North directed DCP North West and Secretary APMC took all necessary measures to ensure social distancing protocol is followed at Azadpur Mandi and took strict action against those violating norms. There are total 903 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Delhi including 14 deaths. According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the total number of COVID-19 active cases surpassed 7,000 in India with over 240 deaths.COVID-19 outbreak: Delhiites violate ‘social distancing’ norm at Azadpur Mandi

    Rishi Sunak unveils 1.57 billion pounds arts, culture COVID-19 rescue package

    Thousands of organisations across a range of sectors including the performing arts and theatres, heritage, historic palaces, museums, galleries, live music and independent cinema will be able to access the funding boost put in place on Sunday night.

    More flights soon, but takeoffs not guaranteed

    While the government is set to allow more flights, airlines have not been able to utilise the existing approvals. Data available with ET shows that airlines together operated 749 flights on Tuesday, much lower than the approved figure of 1,200 flights.

    COVID-19 pandemic to impact study abroad plans of over 48 pc Indian students: QS Report

    "Our findings suggest that COVID-19 has impacted the decision of 48.46 pc students who aspired to study abroad in the recent past. However, there is a larger proportion of non-STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) students who have reconsidered their decision to pursue higher education outside India," it said.

    Coronavirus attack to slow down IT growth

    TCS, Infosys and HCL will be hit by the reduced technology spending by clients in the US and Europe.

    India now has over 15,000 confirmed Covid-19 cases

    Confirmed coronavirus cases in India shot well past the 15,000 mark today, Health Ministry data updated at 8 am showed.The number of cases in the country stands at 15,712 at the moment. Casualties number 507 till now, while 2,231 have been listed as cured/discharged/migrated.As of 9 pm yesterday, a total of 3,72,123 samples from 3,54,969 individuals had been tested for the virus, according to latest data at Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) website.India now has over 15,000 confirmed Covid-19 cases

    India, Russia exploring robotization projects to reduce covid impact on industry

    India has become the key foreign market for Zyfra with more than 500 CNC machines connected to its MDCplus real-time machine monitoring and manufacturing data collection system in 2019.

    Airborne coronavirus: What you should do now

    The virus can stay aloft for hours in tiny droplets in air, infecting people as they inhale.

    Covid-19 impact: Whisky & Cola mix to lift restaurant workers' spirits

    Big liquor and non-alcoholic beverage brands roll out programmes to help employees of industry hit by Covid-19. Industry estimates peg the restaurant sector’s job losses at 2 million. Many establishments are facing the threat of permanent closure. Alcohol still cannot be served in restaurants, which also have restricted timings.

    View: How Coronavirus accentuates inequality

    Being one of the most unequal countries in the world, India remains in a particularly precarious position.

    IIT-M, industry bodies to study COVID-19 impact on MSMEs

    The phases of lockdown announced by the government witnessed a revenue shortfall of more than 60 per cent for the sector, creating an unprecedented crisis to the industry.

    Cyient President is conscious of time spent on every activity, says WFH has boosted efficiency

    Karthikeyan Natarajan has chalked out a blueprint for the business for the next 9 months.

    View: A strange phenomenon in immigration during Covid-19 pandemic and lockdowns

    In the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic and national lockdowns, when the world economy has cratered, western governments took a U-turn on immigration.

    Coronavirus' impact on India's auto sector

    COVID-19 led to supply chain disruptions and production halt in the latter half of March 2020.

    Fighting the Coronavirus with innovative tech

    Healthe of Melbourne, Florida, has created disinfectant devices that use a different technology, far-UVC light, which scientists say is a safe version of UVC for humans.

    Domestic air traffic to decline by 41-46% in FY21 due to COVID impact: Icra

    The government on Friday extended the suspension of scheduled international flights till July 30. It, however, said that some international scheduled routes may be permitted on a case-to-case basis.

    Lockdown hits business activity across Europe

    A final composite PMI for the euro zone plummeted to a record low of 29.7 from February’s 51.6, lower than the flash reading of 31.4 and marking by far its biggest onemonth drop since the survey began in July 1998. The 50 mark separates growth from contraction.

    COVID-19: Actor Salman Khan condemns attacks on doctors, police personnel

    New Delhi, Apr 16 (ANI): Bollywood actor Salman Khan is deeply disturbed after reading about the growing violence against doctors and police personnel in various cities. Salman Khan said, “Doctors and nurses came to save you and you pelted stones on them, COVID-19 patients are running from hospital to nowhere, all these will not anyone.” “Because of some people all the citizens are suffering,” the actor further added and urged people to support the doctors and police personnel during this humanitarian crisisCOVID-19: Actor Salman Khan condemns attacks on doctors, police personnel

    Covid-19 crisis: MoHFW issues guideline to all central govt employees

    Covid-19 crisis: MoHFW issues a 17-point guideline to all central govt employees. Details by TIMES NOW's Mohit Sharma.Covid-19 crisis: MoHFW issues guideline to all central govt employees

    When is the Government going to respond? Businesses look for assistance as coronavirus starts hurting

    With their very existence at stake, many businesses are wondering what’s taking govt so long to provide a bailout.

    Pandemic set to take a toll on executive education programmes

    Even the high-cost longer duration programmes for working professionals, priced between Rs 10-40 lakh, could come under pressure in the next 12-24 months as the pandemic-hit economy and rising joblessness are forcing professionals and corporations to tighten their purse strings, education consultants and industry experts said.

    Lockdown led to 30% surge in resumes from job seekers: Recruitment firms

    Placement firm TeamLease Services has received 22,367 resumes in May from hospitality sectors alone, up a staggering 444 per cent from 4,109 in the previous month. Professionals who are proactively looking out have either been handed out pink slips or are facing job threats as their companies take the restructuring route, said executives aware of the matter.

    Coronavirus can spread through air very fast

    Airborne transmission could be the dominant route for spread of COVID-19.

    Covid-19 Impact: Bata India desists discounting and price increase approach post lockdown

    While Bata India has stalled plans to open any new store in the next 3-6 months, the footwear maker has invested in expanding its product portfolio to stay relevant. The company recently launched new verticals such as Work-From-Home range with slip-ons and sandals, a collection of washable footwear, and anti-viral masks for adults and children.

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