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COVID-19 crisis

Staying mentally positive is crucial, say warriors

It is imperative to stay mentally strong and healthy in the current scenario and according to survivors, there are several ways in which one can stay positive.

Covid patients from Maharashtra make beeline to Mancherial hospitals

The neighbouring State has been seeing a huge surge in infection and deaths, and hundreds of families living in the border areas that are far flung from their district headquarters are now relying on private nursing homes in Mancherial.

Editorial: Global help pours in for India

The war on a global pandemic can be fought only with the help of a coordinated global response

‘India was there for us and we will be there for them’: US President Biden

The urgent help announced by the White House ranged from oxygen supplies, raw materials for COVID-19 vaccines, critical life-saving drugs to PPEs.

British PM Boris Johnson cancels India visit due to COVID crisis

The visit, previously postponed from a Republic Day tour in January, was to be the first major bilateral visit for Johnson outside Europe since the UK general election in December 2019.

Hyderabad realty shows resilience

Office stock addition of 15-16 million sq ft expected on an average from 2021 to 2025, says JLL

IndiaFirst Life considers premium hike

The official said it was not possible to share the quantum of premium price hike sought as it depends on the regulator, adding approvals generally come within a month.

Modi stresses on need of unity for ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat’ goal

Modi said, "India has been manufacturing Covid-19 vaccine and has established itself on top in inoculation of these vaccines".

Rythu Vedikas help farmers in many ways: Indrakaran Reddy

Indrakaran Reddy said awareness and training programmes would be conducted at Rythu Vedikas soon, to train farmers in adopting innovative farming methods.

Underlying disparities had adverse impact across world during Covid-19 crisis: KTR

IT and Industries Minister KT Rama Rao termed the global health risk like COVID-19 as a crack which should be an eye-opener for governments and multilateral organisations across the world

All you need to know about JEE 2021

Giving a major relief to students, the Union Education Ministry has scrapped 75 per cent marks in the Intermediate or Class XII board exams as eligibility criteria for admissions into any of the 23 IITs this year too.

Fiscal deficit to be 7.5 per cent of GDP in FY21

This would be a 100 per cent jump from the Budget estimate of 3.5 per cent of GDP pegged for the current fiscal

As PM pushes for reforms, it’s time to introduce differential interest rates

As a pro-growth government, its intentions are in the right direction. It is, however, also important that it introduces other measures that have the potential to play a catalytic role.

More lockdowns in Europe as virus outbreaks grow

Austria's cases in recent weeks have surged well past the levels recorded in the spring, forcing the government to impose a curfew between 8 pm and 6 am starting Tuesday until the end of November.

Biden says halting virus will take hard work, as Trump stumps non-stop

Biden blasted the president, calling his administration's response to the pandemic "an insult to every single person suffering from Covid-19 and every family who's lost a loved one."

One in six children living in extreme poverty, figure set to rise during pandemic: UN

Although children make up around a third of the global population, around half of the extreme poor are children.

‘Maximum impact of COVID-19 felt by women, children, adolescents’

The 'Accountability Breakfast 2020', held on September 29, focused on securing global accountability for protecting women's, children's, and adolescents' health and rights during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.

Covid-19 leading to organisational shift

Major transformation is being witnessed in organisational design, capability and culture, points out PwC India-National HRD Network research

20 mn girls may never return to school, warns Malala Yousafzai

Noting that little had been done in the last five years to achieve those goals, she asked the world body, "when are you planning to do the work"?

Economic recovery still not well entrenched, says RBI Governor

RBI battle-ready to support growth

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