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Locusts spare Delhi for now, but threat continues

The current trajectory of locust movement from Rajasthan is towards Madhya Pradesh and going further southwards towards Maharashtra. The Locust Control Office has been fighting the locust challenge for more than two weeks now

JSW Steel to achieve supply normalcy by June; demand revival to take much longer

JSW Steel did not increase the inventory during the lockdown. It had capacity utilisation of 38 per cent in April and it increased to 85 per cent in May

PM CARES now eligible to receive contribution under CSR; govt amends Act

The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) has allowed the CSR contributions by making changes to the Companies Act via notification dated May 26

PPE kits not covered under insurance, yet cost 50% of COVID-19 treatment

Jayan Mathews, Co-founder and Chief Product Officer at healthcare financing platform Vital, expects the stakeholders to reach an agreement soon

Aarogya Setu is now open source; govt announces reward for finding security flaws

The National Informatics Centre has also announced the bug bounty programme for developers who can find vulnerabilities in the app

 
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Lockdown 4.0: Relaxations in New Delhi from May 18 based on Centre's decision, says Kejriwal

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that most people suggested that educational institutions, malls, spa and swimming pools should not be opened, and there should be limited operation of metro services