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India’s tourism sector alone is expected to shed 38 million jobs this year. Economists warn the government is not doing enough to save the economy.
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96% of Lady Shri Ram College students said the coronavirus pandemic and online classes had affected their physical and mental health, according to a survey conducted by the students’ union.
Aishwarya Reddy, the daughter of a tailor and a mechanic, had won the Science Ministry’s INSPIRE scholarship meant to support young women studying the sciences.
JP Nadda referred to the US election and said one allegation against Donald Trump is that he could not handle Covid-19 properly.
It is impossible to wipe off COVID-19 transmission through a lockdown as the virus has spread through the community, said Jain in a press conference with journalists.
Reports said that several districts in West Bengal had seen a rise in death toll and positivity rate.
Sarath Guttikunda, the founder-director of UrbanEmissions.Info, said cities need is to stop looking at band-aid solutions and start looking at long-term solutions.
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"Politics of division is an antithesis of what needs to be done. Modi has tried to divide your country, " the economist said.
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Durga Puja pandals will have to be as open as possible, there will be no cultural programmes inside them and masks will be mandatory.
As a new study shows that the number of Indian women publishing papers on Covid-19 is much lower than men, young Indian researchers say the gender gap is worsening.
The UK PM said it was "inevitable" Covid-19 would sweep the UK again, as the government considers more restrictions.
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Wide-ranging discrepancies in official numbers are indicative of the Modi government's emphasis on managing the public narrative rather than the fallout from the coronavirus crisis.
Modi govt was earlier slammed for saying there would be no compensation for death of migrant workers during lockdown since it had not data on it.
While the Delhi metro resumed services for the first time since March 22, Day 1 looked nothing like pre-coronavirus times.