Houseboats struggle to stay afloat

Houseboats in Kerala are running on tremendous losses due to the lack of domestic and foreign tourists. Kochi: The resurgence of the Covid-19 pandemic has caused the tourism Industry of houseboats in Kerala to plummet. Houseboats are incurring huge losses due to the lack of tourists, lockdowns, and other restrictions.  The Kumaragaon District Tourism Promotion […]

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As Covid-19 cases rise, dairy industry plummets

Bangalore: K Ravishankar, the founder of Green Dairy Farm, recalls the days when he saved up every penny possible to kick start his cheese factory in the year 2009. The factory he built with soaring ambitions, blood, sweat, and tears is on the verge of shutting down owing to the pandemic. The resurgence of the Covid-19 […]

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Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises- bigger problems

The MSME sector faces uncertain times and a long list of problems due to the pandemic. Bengaluru: Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises are one of the hardest hit sectors in India due to the pandemic. The production activities came to a halt during lockdown. Further, the pandemic disrupted supply chain, procurement of raw materials, and […]

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Women Entrepreneurs changing the dynamics of the Indian Society

Less known women entrepreneurs of our country, creating history by standing against all odds and doing great in their businesses.  Vapi– Out of 58.5 million entrepreneurs in India, women in business only comprise of 8.05 million. As per the sixth economic census released by the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation. In India, the number […]

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Fear of second wave does not match demand for masks

Entry of many players in the mask industry resulted in a decrease in demand for masks. The demand for masks in Bangalore recently went down by 70 to 80 percent compared to what it was in the first three months of the lockdown. “During the first three months of the pandemic the monthly demand for […]

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Flight operations take another hit: passengers feel the pain

Passengers ask for refund as plan to restart domestic airline services crash. As India continues its journey of lockdown till May 3, the domestic flights also keeps down its wheels and remain suspended, tweeted the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) official, the customers are in a rush to cancel their bookings and claim back […]

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Please Try Again Later!

Full delivery slots and delayed deliveries cause distress among online grocery store users. Consumers that depend on online grocery stores like Big Basket and Grofers for their  essential commodities are being turned down due to unavailability of delivery slots. The lockdown in the country has increased the dependency of consumers onto these online platforms. Samarth […]

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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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Paying Rs 14,999 for video message from Jannat Zubair? Not for long

Did you know it would cost you 15k for your favourite actor to give you a shoutout on video? And almost Rs 4,999 if the person were to DM you on social media? But experts and some celebrities are questioning the rationale behind the idea and the sustainability of the business model. By Savyata Mishra […]

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