Lot will depend on how India exits from lockdown: Former chief economic advisor Kaushik Basu
The basic issues at present are the concerns about the food chain, jobs and migrant workers, which have to be resolved immediately, he said. "The first move of a quick lockdown made by India was right. It was called for. Now, a lot will depend on how India exits from the lockdown as landscape of the global economy will change by then," Basu, a professor of economics at Cornell University, said.
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The scientists assessed the intricate procedure of membrane fusion in the viruses, which they said is a critical part of the mechanism by which coronaviruses spread.
Privacy rights may become next victim of killer pandemic
From China to Singapore to Israel, governments have ordered electronic monitoring of their citizens' movements in an effort to limit contagion.
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The Tata Sons Chairman Emeritus recently did a flashback of his life.
Ratan Tata does a #ThrowbackThursday, posts a picture from his younger days on Instagram
Some netizens called him a Hollywood star, while others compared him to the Marvel superhero Captain America.
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The whistleblowers: In the absence of a comprehensive law, here's how employee whistleblowers fare
The biggest issue in the life of people who raise ethics issues with management is finding future employment.
Shaktikanta Das faces an increasingly tough balancing act
Das has worked tirelessly to restore relations with govt after a bitter public spat that led Urjit Patel to quit.
China doubts long-term trade deal possible with Trump
Chinese officials have warned they won’t budge on the thorniest issues.
Infosys partners with Cornell University to train employees
As part of the association, at least 3000 Infosys employees globally are expected to participate in the joint certification programme.
Top US institutions to help revamp 10 state universities
High-level discussions with all stakeholders were held last week in New Delhi to finalise the modalities ahead of the 2019-20 academic session, when the international partnership will roll out.
US varsities visit India to foster research collaborations
Representatives met a range of Indian govt ministries to discuss operational and regulatory reform which, if enacted, would foster greater international higher education collaboration.
Small global companies on India hiring spree
‘Host of product firms have moved tech teams here to leverage cost arbitrage in last 8 months’
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