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Maruti Suzuki exports 20 lakh vehicles since 1986-87

The company's first large consignment of 500 cars was shipped to Hungary in September 1987.

Foreigners shake up belly dancing scene

The Oriental dance has attracted dancers from Eastern Europe, Russia, Latin America eager to make a name in the field

Google Meet allows live captions in 4 new languages

Google Meet uses speech-to-text technology to provide live captions in meetings which helps participants who may be deaf or hard of hearing follow along and stay engaged.

Ola to invest Rs 2,400Cr for scooter factory in Tamil Nadu

The Bengaluru-headquartered company said it signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Tamil Nadu government for setting up the factory which is in line with the firm's aim to make India a manufacturing hub for electric vehicles.

Exim Bank extends $448-mn line of credit to Uzbekistan

With the signing of this LOC agreement, Exim Bank has now in place 266 LOCs, covering 62 countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America, Commonwealth of Independent States.

DecorTrail for home decor products

DecorTrail has been founded by two brothers, Safa Azhar, alumni of Pennsylvania State University, USA, and Hamza Azhar, alumni of Delhi University, India.

Spinning your way to good health

What is rhythm riding? It's nothing but riding a stationary bicycle to a changing musical beat.

Jr. NBA Global C’ship: Players hail Bruce Bowen’s session

While the Jr. NBA Global Championship has previously been held as an in-person event at ESPN Wide World of Sports in Orlando, the home of the 2019-20 NBA Season restart, the NBA decided to shift the event virtually in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

How the pandemic has hit Ola, Uber hard in India

"The future of mobility is electric, and the post-COVID world presents an opportunity for us to accelerate the adoption of electric mobility globally."

Biz environment to remain challenging: TVS

 New Delhi: TVS Motor Company expects business environment to remain challenging for most part of the current financial year due to the coronavirus pandemic...

Trump intends to nominate Deven Parekh to IDFC Board

Deven Parekh is the managing director at software investment firm Insight Partners.

Latin America passes 70,000 deaths as virus slashes global economy

The Americas North and South remained the epicenter of the global health crisis, accounting for almost half the 412,926 deaths and 7.3 million infections worldwide

Trump cuts ties with WHO as pandemic grips Latin America

Trump's move signals an end to hundreds of millions of dollars in funding to the United Nations agency just when it needs it most, with outbreaks in many parts of the world yet to reach their peak.

UN: Virus could push 14 million into hunger in Latin America

The escalating hunger comes as the COVID-19 pandemic increasingly ravages Latin America. Brazil now ranks second globally in the number of coronavirus infections.

EU readies trillion-euro aid plan as virus hammers Latin America

Trump is keen for a quick turnaround with the US economy battered and tens of millions unemployed, and has pressured local and state leaders to ease lockdowns.  

Brazil leads daily virus deaths for fifth straight day

Brazil has now confirmed a total of 24,512 deaths, according to health ministry figures.  

Costa Rica latest country to legalise same-sex marriage

Costa Rica would become the sixth country in Latin America to legalise same-sex marriage, following most recently Ecuador, which allowed it last year.

First coronavirus case detected in Ecuador Amazon tribe

The first case reported in the Waorani tribe is a "pregnant woman, 17 years old, who began to show symptoms on May 4," the ministry said in a statement.

99-year-old World War II vet beats coronavirus in Brazil

Piveta served in the army's fourth artillery regiment, which trained in Dakar in 1942, soon after Brazil entered the war on the side of the Allies, the army said.

Trump suspends travel from Europe as coronavirus infections surge

Some businesses in China's Hubei province -- where the virus was first detected in December -- were told they could restart work, reducing fears of a prolonged disruption of supply chains.

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