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Lockdown, Day 68: India at the crossroads

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  • India is facing a volley of shots from all fronts as growth forecast is plummeting, and India faces a resurgent Chinese army at Ladakh. The country’s unemployment rate was also calculated at 24.3% for the week ended May 24.

    India's first phase of unlocking, after over 70 days of being locked in, began today with religious places across the country reopening first.

    Following Modi govt's footsteps, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) joined in Friday with a host of measures aimed at minimising the economic d...

    Here's a wrap of what all happened during week 03 of the nation-wide coronavirus lockdown. Watch now.India lockdown week 03 wrap: All the he...

    Meanwhile, with India set to reopen, businesses are looking to strike a balance between selling stuff and following distancing norms.

    A weekend before the first phase of repealing the lockdown, the country's worst hit cities - Mumbai and Delhi - are facing a severe shortage of beds.

    If the pattern continues, India could cross three lakh cases, just as Tirupati and other religious places reopen to devotees.

    India reported 475 deaths and the highest single-day spike of 26,506 new Covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours. Positive cases stand at 7,93,8...

    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.

    Nowhere is India's sticky situation more evident than in the nation's capital, with cases spiralling out of control, crossing the 35,000 mark even as the Home Minister held a meeting with Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today, promising a slew of measures - from increased testing to makeshift beds and manpower to deal with the virus.

    Eight sectors saw reforms in FM's fourth tranche, part of Modi's Rs 20 lakh crore reboot for a virus-hit economy, on a day when India surpassed China's Coronavirus case score.

    Amul brand required an infrastructure that can support data-intensive and demanding workloads. The cooperative giant’s faith and steady investment in latest technology over the past 10 years has helped it wither the lockdown storm with little or no pain to dairy farmers or consumers.

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