Thursday, October 28, 2021

coronavirus pandemic

Editorial: When chips are down

Crisis in the semiconductor sector has already led to lower production, lower discounts and higher prices

PM Modi invites vaccine manufacturers across the world to ‘make in India’

United Nations: Mourning the loss of lives lost due to the global Coronavirus pandemic, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday reiterated India's commitment to...

Editorial: Widening divide

According to UNICEF, only one in four children in India has access to digital devices for online education

SMP High School: Teachers hailed for services during pandemic

SMP Model High School, Hydershakote celebrated Teachers’ Day at the school campus on Sunday. Students and teachers gathered at the campus for the first...

Italy’s museums brace for post-pandemic success

The age-old institutions are reinventing themselves with multimedia projects to connect with a global audience

Editorial: Carnage in Kabul

The worst fears that Afghanistan would become a fertile ground for terrorist outfits are coming true

Models shed clothes for annual Bodypainting Day in NYC

The annual ‘Bodypainting’ event in NYC witnesses models go nude with only artistic paint on them.

Japan off to a good start in Softball as Olympics starts in Fukushima

The first two days of the softball tournament are being played about 40 miles from the site of a 2011 nuclear power plant disaster.

Industrial production grows 29.3pc in May

Industrial production has been hit due to the coronavirus pandemic since March last year when it had contracted 18.7 per cent.

India poised for double-digit growth this fiscal: Niti VC

Asked when private investments will pick up, Niti Aayog vice chairman Rajiv Kumar said in some sectors like steel, cement and real estate, significant investment in capacity expansion is happening already.

Fitch cuts India’s growth forecast to 10pc

Fitch believes that rapid vaccination could support a sustainable revival in business and consumer confidence; however, without it, economic recovery would remain vulnerable to further waves and lockdowns.

Editorial: Stifling regulations

Mandating e-commerce firms to disclose consumers’ data in the absence of data protection law is perplexing

Dr Reddy’s expects growth to be volatile

While vaccinations and several treatment options are now available, rapid spread of the infection has led to further uncertainties in terms of business outlook, the drug major said in its Annual Report for 2020-21.

Slouching, weak eyes are byproducts of online learning

Experts are also discussing the importance of ergonomic learning spaces, the need for sensory diets and physical activity to create an environment of healthy learning for children.

Govt open to more measures to boost economy: Chief Economic Advisor

According to an assessment by the Reserve Bank, the second wave has cost the nation about Rs 2 lakh crore in terms of output lost.

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