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Airborne coronavirus: What it means & what you should do now

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

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08 July, 2020, 10:33 AM IST



Delhi: War on one pandemic brings another back

Experts feel the gains made over the last year have, to a large extent, been nullified in this period. A study estimates that Delhi generates 690 tonnes of plastic each day, with just 20% of that eventually recycled. Before Covid-related plastic waste, the biggest problems in Delhi, as determined by a study by NGO Chintan, were tetrapacks and milk packets.

Stocks slump on virus, trade war concerns

Meanwhile, the US said it is considering new taxes on $3.1 billion in European imports amid a dispu...

Retail sales of vehicles pick up speed in June

Sales were down about 25% from a year earlier in June for passenger vehicle makers, after a wa...

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