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India coronavirus count jumps by over 5,600 in past 24 hours
Maharashtra reported more than 2,000 cases for the fourth day on run. Mumbai continued to be the biggest contributor with 60% of these cases. The state's total cases have now neared 40,000, accounting for almost 40% of the country’s cumulative tally. Tamil Nadu crossed the 13,000-mark, taking the state tally to 13,191 — second highest in India after Maharashtra.
Electronic goods set to get expensive amid short supplies from virus hit China
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The road ahead turns darker for India, Asia's virus hotspot
A Bloomberg survey of economists estimates a 1.9% contraction in GDP in the curre...
Lockdown, Day 65: India faces a jobs paradox
A United Nations University study estimates that 104 mn Indians could fall below the World Bank-determined poverty line of $3.2 a day for lower-middle-income countries but the picture of where the Indian economy is headed should be a bit clearer tomorrow when the GDP data comes out.
COVID-19 cases in India surge past 85,000, surpasses China tally
The nationwide tally of confirmed COVID-19 cases crossed 85,000 on Friday with more people testing positive for the deadly virus infection f...
Strides Pharma to conduct trials in India for potential COVID-19 drug
The Bengaluru-based company has received approval from the Drug Controller General of India to conduct trials of favipiravir in the country, Strides Founder and Non-Executive Chairman Arun Kumar said on a post-earnings conference call, without giving any more details.
Govt allows foreign businessmen, technocrats to visit India
Those who are allowed to visit India are: foreign businessmen coming to India on a business visa (other than on B-3 visa for sports) in non-scheduled commercial and chartered flights. Foreign healthcare professionals, health researchers, engineers and technicians who wish to come for technical work at Indian health sector facilities, including laboratories and factories.
Philips appoints Vishpala Reddy as new HR head
Reddy, who is likely to join next month, is moving from Uber, where she was the regional HR director for APAC. She had joined Uber in 2017 as the chief people officer for India and South Asia region. She has about 20 years of experience in the field of HR, of which she worked with American Express for nearly 12 years. She has also worked with HR consulting firm Aon and Cognizant Technology.
India's Covid count goes past 1,50,000
The total number of coronavirus infections in India rose to 1,51,767 in the past 24 hours, according to Union Health ministry's latest update.
Lockdown, Day 71: Mixed messages ahead
India is facing an unprecedented economic crisis, where some of the safe and traditional jobs are under the threat of being axed even as India breached the 2 lakh mark, with the highest spike of nearly 9000 cases in a day. Tough times ahead.
Covid-19 cases in India near 75,000-mark; becomes 12th worst affected in the world
On Tuesday, Coronavirus cases in India grew at a slower rate as compared to the previous two days nearing the 75000-mark. With 3,525 fresh c...
Renault India hikes employees’ salary by up to 15% despite Covid-19 shock
Despite the lockdown drying out cash flows, Renault India Private Limited (RIPL) has gone ahead with promotions of over 30 executives and a raise for 250 employees effective August of 2020. Riding on Triber MPV's success and a small SUV lined up for the festive season, the company wants to ensure the morale of its staff is high to sustain the momentum.
Five Air India officials test positive for Coronavirus
Five Air India officials test positive for Coronavirus. They had undertaken cargo flights to China: Air India Sources.TIMES NOW's Herman wit...
Two govt panels want Covid lockdown lifted
Except keeping schools, colleges, movie halls, the panels want lifting all other lockdown curbs.
India's economy seen slowing rapidly in March quarter, with worse to come
The median forecast from a Reuters poll of economists put annual economic growth at 2.1% in the March quarter, lower than 4.7% in the December quarter. Forecasts ranged between +4.5% and -1.5%. Economists expect the fiscal year that began in April will see the worst economic contraction in four decades.
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