What post-COVID school life may look like

Swapna Sharma from Indore had been wanting ahead to serving to her son, Nirvaan, get used to his new kindergarten…

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How chef and actor Jeevan Kumar coordinated a massive social drive during the lockdown in Hyderabad

For almost 60 days, Jeevan Kumar has been cooking/distributing meals and necessities for individuals who’ve been severely hit by the…

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Ola to lay off 1,400 staff as COVID-19 pandemic hits revenues

NEW DELHI: Cab aggregator Ola is laying off 1,400 staff from rides, monetary providers and meals enterprise as revenues declined…

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Covid-19:Mask to go with a pack of dosa batter

A surgical masks in plastic wrapping connected to packets of dosa batter he manufactures, is Kochi businessman Jesluck Peter’s method…

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India reopens economy, but millions of SME workers stay home

By Vrishti Beniwal When Bharat Gite reopened his aluminum elements factories in India’s western metropolis of Pune, he spent days…

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There is an odd efficiency to this pandemic

By Ari Weiss It looks like each industrial nowadays begins with “in these uncertain times…” and they’re certainly unsure instances,…

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There is a tomorrow, and it looks a lot like yesterday

By Sreeraman Thiagarajan The Tehri dam in Uttarakhand one of many largest in India can dispense 15,500 tons of water…

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Made in India: How Covid-19 is changing the luxe living room

A pop chair, coated in brass ‘fur’ and nautical resin ‘wood grains’, was to be considered one of the highlights…

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The results are in for the sharing economy. They are ugly.

By Kate Conger and Erin Griffith OAKLAND: The coronavirus pandemic has gutted the so-called sharing financial system. Its Most worthy…

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Airbnb is cutting 25% of staff amid global travel slump

By Olivia Carville Airbnb Inc. is cutting 25% of its workforce because the coronavirus pandemic continues to pummel the travel…

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