Automobile Industries on The Brink of Collapse

The automobile industry is facing a huge amount of loss amid lockdown. The automobile industry has been badly affected amid the lockdown imposed over COVID-19 in the country. The lockdown has made the entrepreneurs lay stiff. The industry body of Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) has predicted a 20 percent fall in revenues. In […]

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No Free Milk For Agrahara Dasarahalli Slum Dwellers

Government efforts to help urban poor in Bengaluru during the lockdown have gone in vain as the citizens have not received the benefits. Anil Kumar Tiwari April 13, 2020 Bengaluru: Slum-dwellers of Agrahara Dasarahalli are not getting free milk from the authorities despite the Karnataka government’s effort to supply free milk in urban slums. Nizamuddin […]

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No masks or sanitisers to deal with COVID-19, HOPCOMS employees scared

Employees at HOPCOMS in Bengaluru struggle to cope up with COVID-19 situation without safety gear. Harshith Venkatesh April 13, 2020 Horticultural Producers’ Cooperative Marketing and Processing Society (HOPCOMS) employees are agitated at the prospect of working without masks and sanitisers. They have not received safety aids from the government, though they have been mandated by […]

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Agra reports 36 new Coronavirus cases

While Agra has been lauded by the Centre for curbing the spread of the Corona virus, new cases reported today state otherwise.  By Astha Oriel and Archita Srivastava Despite the measures taken by the district authorities to prevent new coronavirus cases, Uttar Pradesh recorded 40 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, of which 36 […]

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Stocks filled with dust, garment retailers suffer

The garment manufacturers and retailers struggle to keep their businesses alive, ahead of the Bengali New Year. Srijita Sen April 13, 2020 West Bengal: Due to the pandemic and lockdown, garment retailers and manufacturers who waited for the ‘Chaitra sale’ or the annual shopping festival of Bengalis, ahead of the ‘Poila Baishakh’ (Bengali New Year) […]

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Doctors and Health Workers in UP demand PPE

Lives of health care workers and doctors are at stake in Lucknow as they do not have Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) available, which is essential when treating a COVID-19 positive patient.  By Archita Srivastava April 13, 2020 Lucknow: As the number of Coronavirus patients increases every day, doctors and health care workers, in the hospitals […]

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Insufficient Fodder for animals in milk dairies

Cattle are feeding on packed foods amidst the Covid-19 crisis. Harshith V April 11, 2020 Due to the Covid-19 crisis, milk dairies in Bengaluru are facing a shortage of fodder to feed cows. They have been forced to feed them with  untraditional feeds like Indi and Busa in excess. About 15,486 dairy farms in major […]

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