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Economy likely to contract 7.7 pc in 2020-21: Govt data

In the current fiscal, manufacturing sector is likely to see a contraction 9.4 per cent whereas growth was almost flat at 0.03 per cent in the year-ago period.

Aggressive tobacco industry lobbying and exploitation of COVID-19 in 2020

Public officials were offered jobs in the tobacco industry and vice versa, creating potential conflicts of interest.

Island-themed game ‘The Survivalists’ lands on Apple Arcade

Players have to survive against the harsh environment by building a shelter, hunting animals for food and exploring the island for loot that will help overcome the odds.

China’s new export rules may put spanner in TikTok’s US deal

The new update in the export rules cover restrictions on technologies such as text analysis, content recommendation and voice-recognition, said the report.

New North American free trade deal comes into effect

In terms of auto industry, all three countries technically win with revisions made to the "rules of origin" for vehicles where the percentage of North American-made material in cars has been increased from 62.5 percent to 75 percent.

Big-budget Bollywood fascinates me but I enjoy the web space: Eisha

"Until we put out a new story, and a new language of storytelling on the public platform, we do not really know if people want to watch them, if we have a market for that."

Sensex rallies over 400 points in opening session; Nifty tops 9,100

ITC was the top gainer in the Sensex pack, rallying over 4 per cent, followed by IndusInd Bank, HDFC Bank, Tata Steel, Titan, UltraTech Cement and L&T.

Rupee slips 18 paise to 75.81 against US dollar in early trade

Forex traders said market participants were concerned that the sharp rise in coronavirus cases could weigh on the economy.

Lockdown: DPIIT’s control room resolved 1,739 issues of trade, industry

The team also closely tracks the important queries by calling up the affected people and obtains their inputs while taking up the matter with the concerned agency.

Govt may increase duty on petrol, diesel again to fight outbreak

"Globally, state loans, income subsidies and tax deferrals are the most common fiscal packages being offered."

Rupee plunges 45 paise to 74.20 against US dollar in early trade

The RBI on Friday said it is closely monitoring the current global situation and assured that it will take all steps to keep markets adequately liquid and stable.

Sensex, Nifty plummet over 10 pc in manic selloff; trading halts for 45 mins

Continuing its downward spiral, domestic BSE Sensex sank 3,213 points in early trade, plummeting 10.86 per cent to 29,564.58, which triggered the lower circuit limit. 

Sensex nosedives over 1,400 pts on global carnage; Nifty below 11K

In the previous session, the 30-share BSE barometer settled 61.13 points or 0.16 per cent higher at 38,470.61, and the Nifty advanced 18 points or 0.16 per cent to finish at 11,269.

COVID-19 trade impact on India estimated at 348 million dollars: UN report

"The most affected sectors include precision instruments, machinery, automotive and communication equipment.”

Rupee slips 33 paise to 71.94 against US dollar in early trade

Moreover, investor sentiment remained fragile amid sustained foreign fund outflows and concerns over the impact of coronavirus outbreak on the global economy, traders said.

Modi-Trump hold talks; trade, defence, security on agenda

After the talks, the two sides will seal defence deals worth around USD 3 billion.

COVID-19: China bans wildlife animals trade and consumption

Chinese health officials have said the virus likely emerged from a market in the central city of Wuhan that sold wild animals as food

India hitting US ‘very hard’ on trade: Donald Trump

Trump told thousands of his supporters that he "really likes" PM Modi and they would be talking business

IMF chief urges G20 nations to take actions on trade, climate

"The global economy will continue to encounter major shocks if we fail to address another urgent global challenge: climate change."

Rupee slips 26 paise to 71.80 against US dollar in opening trade

Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) remained net sellers in the capital markets, as they pulled out Rs 190.66 crore on Wednesday, as per provisional data.

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