Spitting, smoking in public now punishable offences in Maharashtra
Till Friday night, Maharashtra had recorded 62,228 coronavirus positive cases, while the total number of deaths till then was 2,098.
Testing on kids is a nervous next step on way to Covid vaccine
Children appear to be less affected by Covid-19, though their role in transmis...
Core sector output contracts 38% in April owing to stalled economic activity
In March, the output of the core sector that includes eight infr...
Celkon forays into healthcare products
Mobile handset maker Celkon announced that it will enter the healthcare products sector with a range of products under ‘Celkon Health’ brand to tackle the Covid-19 pandemic.
Why should India eat Tommy Atkins when we have our desi mangoes?
There is no need to turn into a food fundamentalist on this. Imported foods add diversity to our tables, restaurants give us a break from the drudgery of daily cooking and some processed foods can be both healthy and delicious. What is needed is balance and, when this crisis is over, we can welcome them without forgetting what we have learned.
Tata Motors' JLR rolls out first Range Rover made under social distancing measures
The luxury carmaker said that effective social distancing, hygiene and health monitoring measures are in place following an extensive review of all production lines, engineering facilities, office areas and communal spaces as the company starts a phased return to manufacturing.
Will workers bear the brunt as companies adopt automation to survive the pandemic?
Amid lockdown and the coronavirus scare, digitisation has gained momentum across sectors.
Silver linings: How companies are identifying islands of opportunities in the ocean of Covid chaos
In sectors with no natural advantages, there is a rush to identify areas that could be recalibrated.
Sunrise deal can help make ITC a growth stock again
To be sure, ITC has set a target to achieve an FMCG turnover of 1 lakh crore by 2030.
Revenues, profitability hit due to lockdown: Minda Industries
Elaborating on domestic operations, the company said it has now received approvals to start production at all manufacturing plants with capacity utilisation in the range of 10-20 per cent.
37% Indian women never bought gold: WGC study
Gold jewellery is the second most popular item they own when compared against a range of other fashion and lifestyle products. 60% of women own gold jewellery – second only to designer clothes/sarees. And 40% had bought gold jewellery in the preceding 12-month period, eclipsing purchases of diamond or platinum jewellery.
JLR resumes production at Solihull plant in UK after temporary suspension due to COVID-19
The first Range Rover made under new social distancing measures drove off the production line at the company's manufacturing plant in Solihull on Wednesday, JLR said in a statement.
RSH Global forays into personal hygiene segment
In addition to herbal hand sanitisers, the new personal care range will have hand wash, face wash, skin cream, hand cream and an instant surface cleaning spray among others.
Hello, Dell & Lenovo! Manu Kumar Jain teases much-awaited Xiaomi laptops
The Mi Notebook series will come to India next month.
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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