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M&M up 12% after it rejects plan to infuse fresh equity in South Korean-arm

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Piramal Enterprises surges over 7.5% in early trade, retreats later

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Covid-19: Boris Johnson shifted to intensive care unit as symptoms worsen

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Maharashtra: Migrant labourers who stayed back at places of work left in the lurch

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Stocks to watch: HDFC Bank, Bajaj Finance, PNB Hsg Fin, ICICI Bank, Axis Bk

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Wear home-made masks, urges PM

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Maharashtra: Pregnant woman dies in Mumbai, 120 new cases

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Kerala to apex court: Centre yet to act in road blockade issue

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Coronavirus outbreak: No plan on train service restoration so far

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With the April 14 deadline for lockdown just a week away, the Indian Railways (IR) is playing very cautious and no plans on the restoration of services have been finalised yet. A decision is likely to be taken this week with full measures and protocols to be followed for rail travel. An official said the railways may possibly use the Aarogya Setu app to check health and wellness of patients, allowing only healthy passengers to board trains. While the matter was initiated for discussion during a video conference meeting between Minister of State for Railways Suresh Angadi and Railway Board Chairman Vinod Kumar Yadav with all general managers on Friday evening, nothing has been finalised. Aarogya Setu app screenshot Point 19 of the minutes of the meeting states 'Train services will have to be resumed only on specific approval from each Railway board. Suggestions for phase-wise planning should be given to Railway board.' So in all likelihood, individual railways will have to come up with ..
                 

'Easter Bunny' and 'Tooth Fairy' are Essential Workers, New Zealand PM Tells Kids

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Liverpool Make Dramatic U-Turn Over Furlough Scheme After Backlash

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MARKET LIVE: SGX Nifty up over 350 pts, suggests gap-up opening for indices

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Journalists being threatened, say broadcasters

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KCR suggests lockdown be extended, UP too hints at it

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Jharkhand double ration promise mostly on paper, village struggles to stay afloat

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Staff test positive, Wockhardt shut, top hospitals face sealing threat

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Dow Jones, S&P rise over 7% on hopes of slowing coronavirus deaths

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Covid-19: Netanyahu, Putin agree on movement, coordination of med supplies

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Coronavirus latest updates: Maharashtra worst affected with 868 cases

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Coronavirus: States in no hurry to ease lockdown

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Reflections on a Diwali cancelled

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October 31, 2020, No one was surprised to hear that Diwali 2020 would not be celebrated this year. The government didn't cancel it; they just announced that any group of more than three would be arrested and that only selected shops and supermarkets would be open. No firecracker shops. Till the end of November. There were other reasons, not mentioned. The majority of the country, especially its poorest, had not been earning for months. Many had returned to their home villages, many had died of COVID-19 while making the long journey. Even the country's richest people were poorer, ravaged by infection and collapsing markets. No one could really afford to celebrate the triumph of good over evil. Most were not even sure that good had put up much of a fight against evil. COVID-19 has scorched India like a conflagration. There had been a sort of wishful Diwali at 9 pm on April 5, showing India at its, well, dimmest. Looking back, I think it may have been the most beautiful image we have of a..
                 

UN Security Council to hold first coronavirus meeting on Thursday: Report

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Pak troops shell forward posts along LoC in J&K's Poonch

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Coronavirus recovered patients share stories of survival and hope

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Ours is open-banking model of the times: PayNearby's founder & CEO Bajaj

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Covid-19: Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren says more medical equipment required from Centre

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COVID-19 lockdown: 2 men from Maha beaten as they enter MP's Betul to buy tobacco product

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World Health Day opportunity to express gratitude towards docs fighting COVID-19

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Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said the World Health Day is an opportunity to reaffirm our gratitude towards all doctors, nurses, medical staff and healthcare workers leading the battle against COVID-19. "Today on #WorldHealthDay, let us not only pray for each other's good health and well-being but also reaffirm our gratitude towards all those doctors, nurses, medical staff and healthcare workers who are bravely leading the battle against the COVID-19 menace," the prime minister tweeted. He also said on this World Health Day,let us also follow practices such as social distancing which will protect our own lives as well as the lives of others. "May this day also inspire us towards focusing on personal fitness through the year, which would help improve our overall health," he said. The vice president appealed tocitizens to respect and appreciate the selfless work of the medical community. "Any misbehaviour or assault on doctors & nurses ....
                 

Maoists call for truce in the time of corona

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Life insurance companies to process COVID-19 death claims

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The Life Insurance Council has announced that all life insurers, both public and private, are committed to processing any death claim pertaining to COVID-19 at the earliest.The Council also confirmed that the clause of 'Force Majeure' will not apply in the case of COVID-19 death claims. The step was taken to reassure customers who had reached out to individual life insurance companies seeking clarity on this clause in their contract as well as to dispel rumours to the contrary.All life insurance companies have also communicated to their customers individually in this regard.SN Bhattacharya, Secretary-General, Life Insurance Council, said, "The life insurance industry is taking every measure to ensure that the disruption caused to policyholders, due to the lockdown is minimal, by providing them uninterrupted support digitally, be it for honouring death claims related to COVID-19 or for servicing their policy.""We reiterate that all life insurance companies stand by their customers in ....
                 

Indian astronauts finish 1/4th of Russia training; Clear key test last week; Next test in isolation

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Pak troops shell forward posts along LoC in J-K’s Poonch

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Residents of Jharkhand Village Say They are Going Hungry Due to Lockdown, CM Steps in

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Italian Top-Flight Clubs Agree Players' Pay Cuts

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India coronavirus dispatch: 1 undiagnosed case can infect 16,000 in 14 days

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Lockdown in India far more effective than other countries, says public health expert

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Coronavirus: 76% of infected are male, 63% of dead over 60 years old, govt says

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Surat: Sardar APMC market will remain open from tomorrow

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Trump Hints at Retaliation if India Turns Down America's Request for Hydroxychloroquine to Aid Covid-19 Battle

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Irfan Pathan Had a Savage Response to Trolls Abusing Him Over Cracker Tweet During #9Baje9minutes

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Donald Trump hints at retaliation if India doesn't export key Covid-19 drug

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‘Truck aggregators’ can link farmers to ‘mandis’: Modi

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States warn Jamaat attendees 'in hiding'

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Army: Among 10 killed in hand-to-hand combat in J&K, 5 commandos, 5 militants

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Coronavirus outbreak: Restrictions in Mumbai likely to continue

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While it is undecided about throwing open all services, the Maharashtra government is likely to continue with restrictions related to the Coronavirus pandemic in Mumbai, especially in the hotspots, even after the national lockdown ends on April 14. The island city and the suburbs are the most affected among the 274 Coronavirus-hit districts in the country, where the government is mulling a Bhilwara-like crisis management plan. The Centre and state governments are frequently deliberating the preparedness ahead of the lifting of the lockdown. They want a staggered emergence of the population as the real challenge before them is to prevent the escalation of community transmission. By Monday morning, the country had over 4,000 confirmed cases and of the 109 deaths reported, over 80 per cent are in 62 districts which are hotspots, including Mumbai and its suburbs. Officials feel that one of the most crowded cities in the world, greater Mumbai's situation will worsen if restrictions are lift..
                 

Coronavirus: Boeing suspends production of 787 at South Carolina plant

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Covid-19 lockdown: Italy injects 400 bn euro into economy to boost business

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One-third of COVID-19 cases from 31 districts that get most migrants

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Kanika Kapoor makes recovery, returns home

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Top headlines: Sebi curbs MF timings, Bajaj Finance loses 350,000 customers

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W Bengal Governor urges Mamata, ministers, legislators to take pay cut, boost Covid-19 relief

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Jamat Ulama-I-Hind move SC, seeks action against those communalising Tablighi Markaz congregation

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Sensex rallies over 1,300 pts; Nifty reclaims 8,400

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Equity benchmark Sensex rallied over 1,300 points in early trade on Tuesday led gains in bank, IT and auto stocks amid recovery in global equities. After hitting a high of 28,963.25, the 30-share BSE barometer was trading 1,127.57 points or 4.09 per cent higher at 28,718.52. Similarly, the NSE Nifty soared 347.95 points, or 4.30 per cent, to 8,431.75. IndusInd Bank was the top gainer in the Sensex pack, surging up to 15 per cent, followed by Mahindra and Mahindra, HCL Tech, ICICI Bank, Axis Bank and Infosys. On the other hand, Bajaj Finance was the sole loser. In the previous session on Friday, the 30-share BSE barometer ended 674.36 points or 2.39 per cent lower at 27,590.95 and the NSE Nifty shed 170 points, or 2.06 per cent, to finish at 8,083.80. Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) were net sellers in the capital market, as they offloaded equity shares worth Rs 1,960.97 crore, according to provisional exchange data. Market was closed on Monday on account of Mahavir .....
                 

Muslim body moves SC seeking end to spread of 'fake news' related to Tablighi Jamaat event

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Govt revokes PSA detention orders of 18 persons

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Two more COVID-19 cases in UP's Bulandshahr, both had attended Tablighi Jamaat event in Delhi

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Cops don coronavirus-themed attire, urge people to stay home

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Two policemen in Chhattisgarh's Raigarh district have been moving around streets wearing coronavirus-themed outfits to make people aware about the lethality of the disease and urging them to strictly follow the prescribed guidelines to stay protected. To make people aware about the severity of the viral infection, they laugh like devils and call themselves "corona demon". They have been going around the town wearing red body suits with coronavirus-like spikes on it, and warning those violating the lockdown protocol. The policemen have been repeatedly telling people that if they unnecessarily step out of their houses, they may carry the virus back home along with them. Since the outbreak of coronavirus, police personnel in parts of the country have been coming up with novel ideas to spread information about the deadly viral infection and urging people to follow the lockdown and social distancing properly. "We introduced the idea because innovations bring a significant .....
                 

Coronavirus equally fatal to young with comorbidities: Union health ministry

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'We'll fight, digest Corona': Kolkata confectionery hands out free cakes, sandesh to spread COVID-19 awareness

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Tablighi Jamaat case: U'khand youth held for spreading rumours, disrupting communal harmony

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A youth from Narayanbagad village in Chamoli district has been arrested for disrupting communal harmony by spreading rumours and making objectionable comments on social media in connection with the Tablighi Jamaat case.The Tablighi Jamaat event in Delhi has emerged as a hotspot for COVID-19 after several positive cases from across India were linked to the gathering including deaths in Delhi, Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Telangana.Speaking to ANI, Chamoli Superintendent of Police Yashwant Chauhan said that the youth has been arrested for disturbing communal harmony as he made objectionable comments and spread rumours regarding Tablighi Jamaat.A case has been filed against him under sections 153A and 293A of Indian Penal Code (IPC) and IT Act, the SP said.As per the Health Ministry's latest bulletin, 31 people have detected positive for COVID-19 in Uttarakhand, including 5 cured and discharged. No COVID-19 death has been reported in the state so far...
                 

Ensure smooth supply of medical oxygen: Centre to states

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Govt ropes in industrial leaders for tech approach to corona fight

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Under Pressure from US, India Lifts Restriction on 24 Drug Exports Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

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Chinese 'psychological' therapy for coronavirus and lessons for the world

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Medical college being built for 4 yrs made hospital in 4 days

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Mumbai Diary: Tuesday Dossier

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Who will be aunty no 1? Senior citizens engage in a game of ludo clad in masks in a residential building on Sayani Road on Monday. Pic/Suresh Karkera Creating new symphonies on screen The Symphony Orchestra of India (SOI) on Sunday released its first online recording. Karl Jenkin's Air, originally written for SOI's music director Marat Bisengaliev, came alive on screens through musicians from their homes. "We are going through the quarantine, which is really challenging period. That's why NCPA decided to stream its archive videos online. SOI is getting together, despite being confined by online recordings, to put up great works by composers. The task isn't easy but it is exciting," Bisengaliev told this diarist. "In the pipeline is the Cantus Insolitus by Jenkins and a piece by Leroy Anderson recorded by students of the SOI academy," she added. Scripts in the time of lockdown Playwrights, now's the time to sharpen that script. The Sultan Padamsee Awards for playwriting has starte..
                 

Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan Hails Pay Cut Decision in Fight Versus Coronavirus

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11-Year-Old Girl from Rishikesh Offers Piggy Bank to Feed the Hungry During Lockdown

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India may get $1.3-bn passive flow; MSCI EM weight may rise: Morgan Stanley

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