India likely to witness peak in first or second week of May, say experts
"I want to thank our doctors and all our healthcare workers for working non-stop in this fight against COVID-19 pandemic," he said
"Fresh surge in Covid cases, consequent lockdowns and slow rollout of vaccines, especially in Europe, are likely to delay demand recovery to pre-Covid levels," ICICI Securities report said
The former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister said vaccines were the answer to the spread of COVID-19 and called for opening up the vaccines to more people.
"We can't say for certain that Covid-19 is responsible for this increase in behaviour associated with eating disorders," said researcher Mike Trott, from Anglia Ruskin University (ARU).
Besides England, lockdowns were also introduced in Scotland and Northern Ireland, while restrictions that were eased for Christmas Day in Wales were re-imposed on Saturday
National Commission for Women was flooded with complaints of domestic violence in March as the lockdown forced women to remain confined in their homes with their abusers
NRI Affairs Minister K T Rama Rao said the recent circulars were a cause of huge concern as wages of lakhs of migrant workers from Telangana working in the Gulf countries will get adversely impacted.
The economic shock is poised to result in a wave of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) as stronger companies acquire weakened rivals, technologies, and assets at bargain prices, said the report titled 'The great shakeout'
The moderate drop was due to impact of ongoing COVID-19 pandemic which resulted in flat growth in line with the non-life insurance industry.
Exports have slowly been improving as during September, the total shipment was down 26.45 per cent compared to the same month last year, while in October it narrowed to 19 per cent.
S&P projected the Indian economy to grow at 10 per cent in the next fiscal