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June 7, 2021
Delhivery is unlikely to postpone the IPO, unless there is a third wave of COVID-19 pandemic which affects market sentiment, Delhivery co-founder and CEO Sahil Barua said.

May 31, 2021
The Gurugram-headquartered startup said in a regulatory filing that it raised $277 million in what it expects to be the final funding round before the IPO

Mohammad Haaris Beg
May 21, 2021
Other major participants in the Series A round of funding for the AI-powered mental health startup were Google Assistant Investment program, and existing investors pi Ventures and Kae Capital

May 21, 2021
US Federal Reserve chief Jerome Powell underlined cryptocurrency risks in an unusual video message that also laid out a clearer timetable as the Fed explores the possibility of adopting a digital currency of its own

May 16, 2021
Moderna has been widely used in countries such as Canada, United States and the United Kingdom under emergency use authorisations granted by these countries and the World Health Organisation.

April 17, 2021
The United States earlier this week paused distribution of the J&J vaccine to investigate six cases of a rare brain blood clot known as cerebral venous sinus thrombosis (CVST), accompanied by a low blood platelet count, in U.S. women under age 50

April 10, 2021
A follow-up study of 33 people who received Moderna Inc's COVID-19 vaccine in early trials show the antibodies it induced are still present six months after the second dose

Yasmin Ahmed
New Delhi, April 8, 2021
The trainee soldiers from a French military academy ran various tests like offensive action capturing a crossroads, defensive actions during night and day, and an urban combat test.

March 22, 2021
Most of India's grocery retail happens at kiranas - small- and mid-sized mom-and-pop outlets which account for 75-78% of the consumer goods market

Vijay Govindarajan & Anand P Raman
New Delhi, March 18, 2021
Scoring higher on research will be critical to be among the worlds Top 10 B-Schools

March 16, 2021
A recent study has suggested that while wearing a mask, a distance of 3 feet from others is as effective against the coronavirus as a distance of 6 feet. This means that people wearing masks would still be safe from the virus even if they are closer to each other.

March 6, 2021
IIM Calcutta placement drive: A total of 467 students received over 520 job offers in three clusters across cohorts

Nevin John
New Delhi, February 18, 2021
How Chairman N Chandrasekaran is revamping the $106 billion group into a future ready, tech enabled conglomerate

Associated Press
February 15, 2021
Legitimate questions about the virus created perfect conditions for conspiracy theories. In the absence of knowledge, guesswork and propaganda flourished

February 4, 2021
Out of the millions of cases around the world, one coronavirus case has stood out. The case is of a 45-year-old Covid-19 patient from Boston who died last summer after fighting for 154 days of illness--one of the longest on record

February 2, 2021
The finance minister has done a remarkable job in presenting a growth-focussed budget during the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic-hit circumstances, president of the USA India Chamber of Commerce Karun Rishi said

January 6, 2021
Sandhu said according to a recent report, Indian startups raised $9.3 billion until mid-December this year

Sushant Talwar
New Delhi, December 30, 2020
To mark the end of the year, Boston Dynamics recently released a video of its collection of robots dancing to an R&B number.

Anwesha Madhukalya
December 30, 2020
Boston Dynamics, known for their top-notch robotics designing and engineering released a video that shows four of their robots dancing -- and lip-syncing -- to The Contours' popular song 'Do You Love Me'

December 29, 2020
According to researchers from Brigham and Women's Hospital in the US, the condition known as diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA), can arise when illness prevents cells from receiving enough glucose to fuel their functioning

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