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Too much money, very few takers; liquidity no issue in economy

This week (ending May 29, 2020), the banking system liquidity is expected to remain in a surplus position with the growth in the bank deposits and contraction in the bank credit off take

India's GDP to contract 6.8% in FY21 due to coronavirus lockdown: SBI report

The government is expected to come up with another targeted package later in the year, SBI report also said

Locusts destroy crops in several Indian states: Here's all you need to know

India has reached out to Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan and Africa for a joint effort to contain the spread of locusts which pose a major threat to food security in the region

Domestic flights resume: More than 58,300 passengers flew on Day 1; 832 flights operated

Domestic flights resumed: The first flight on Monday took off from Delhi for Pune at 4.45 am under strict regulations as recommended by civil aviation authorities. The first flight from Mumbai was to Patna at 6.45 am

Sensex, Nifty shed early gains, IT stocks slip; here's what led to last hour fall

Metal stocks such as JSW Steel, Jindal Steel, Tata Steel and Hindalco rallied today with more countries easing restrictions post the coronavirus lockdown, although gains were kept under check amid rising trade tensions between US and China

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From The Magazine

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