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PTI
January 2, 2021
The last few decades saw MNCs from abroad do business and prosper in India but this decade will belong to the Indian MNCs, he said, after laying the foundation stone for the permanent campus of IIM-Sambalpur in Odisha through video conference


Joe C Mathew
September 26, 2020
Researchers say frontline healthcare workers have more than threefold higher risk of COVID-19 infection than general community; they also face critical PPE shortage while dealing with highest caseloads


PB Jayakumar
September 24, 2020
PPE kits, ventilators and masks were most sought-after products during the early months of COVID-19, now the situation has changed with the emergence of scores of new manufacturers and products


BusinessToday.In
August 15, 2020
The government had in March banned the export of all kinds of masks to avoid any shortage in the country at a time when the COVID-19 outbreak had started gaining momentum


PTI
August 13, 2020
In addition, 22,533 \"Make in India\" ventilators have been delivered to various states, Union territories and central institutions, the ministry said, adding that the Centre is also ensuring the installation and commissioning of the machines


BusinessToday.In
June 8, 2020
The company, identified as King Year Packaging and Printing, faces a fine of up to $500,000 or the total gain and/or loss, whichever is greater for each of the four counts, the Justice Department said in a release


Sonal Khetarpal
May 26, 2020
Marico Innovation Foundation along with ATE Chandra Foundation and Harsh Mariwala led the nation-wide contest 'Innovate2Beat COVID' to help scale up innovations and solutions to combat the challenges posed by COVID-19


PTI
May 20, 2020
\"It is advisable to follow non-invasive autopsy in these cases throughout the duration of pandemic,\" it said


PB Jayakumar
May 12, 2020
Likely announcements under the stimulus package are price preference for domestic manufacturers, a new medical devices law for manufacturing and regulation of medical devices, capping of margins for imported medical devices, ban or restriction on second hand medical device imports and a mechanism to ensure domestic manufacturers are paid promptly to ensure cash flow


PB Jayakumar
New Delhi, April 25, 2020
Coronavirus update: Transport and logistics companies are struggling to find drivers to transport goods. There's also a shortage of workers who load heavy items. This has caused delays in transport of goods


BusinessToday.In
April 23, 2020
Corona in India update: Samshi Talab in Mehrauli including A-3 Lake view apartment, Gali number 1 band of Raj Nagar 2 in Dwarka, and house number 15 to 101 in Dayanand Vihar are the latest additions to the list of hotspots in Delhi; Maharashtra now has 6,427 COVID-19 cases


BusinessToday.In
April 21, 2020
Corona lockdown in India updates: Personnel involved in COVID-19 management activities, central government employees, doctors, and media personnel with authorisation, as well as goods transport and ambulances have been exempted from this


PTI
April 17, 2020
In the first phase, 7,45,618 metric tonnes of food grains were distributed to 14 crore people on 3,23,87,640 ration cards and in the second phase, 3,38,000 metric tonnes of rice was distributed to 1,78,00,000 ration card holders


PTI
April 17, 2020
In the first phase, 7,45,618 metric tonnes of food grains were distributed to 14 crore people on 3,23,87,640 ration cards and in the second phase, 3,38,000 metric tonnes of rice was distributed to 1,78,00,000 ration card holders


E Kumar Sharma
April 16, 2020
Dr A Velumani, chairman, CEO and MD of Thyrocare Technologies says the mantra to his ability to turn the Rs 4,500 a test into a viable and profitable exercise was his dependence on volumes


PTI
New Delhi, April 15, 2020
Coronavirus update: Advocate Subhash Chandran K R, appearing for UNA, said nurses and healthcare workers belonging to the association are working in over 400 private hospitals of the country and many of them have either faced salary cuts up to 50 per cent or delayed payment


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 14, 2020
Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has issued an advisory to carry out rapid tests on all influenza-like illnesses reported from containment zones, large migration gatherings, or evacuee centres. However, in light of testing on such massive scales, India is staring at a new problem - shortage of rapid test kits. Along with kits, personal protective equipment (PPE), which are the first line of defence for frontline health workers, are also in short supply. The government has placed bulk orders for kits and components but that might also fall short in tackling the spread of coronavirus. Rajeev Dubey, Editor, Business Today explains why there has been a delay in starting rapid testing in India.Also Read: Google, Apple join hands to develop coronavirus contact tracing system


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 13, 2020
Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has issued an advisory to carry out rapid tests on all influenza-like illnesses reported from containment zones, large migration gatherings, or evacuee centres. However, in light of testing on such massive scales, India is staring at a new problem - shortage of rapid test kits. Along with kits, personal protective equipment (PPE), which are the first line of defence for frontline health workers, are also in short supply. The government has placed bulk orders for kits and components but that might also fall short in tackling the spread of coronavirus. Watch the video for more.Also Read: Why coronavirus donations to CMs Relief Funds are excluded from CSR


Dr. Swadeep Srivastava
April 13, 2020
This year, the World Health Day brought gloom all over, but it's time to take resolve and recalibrate the 'healthcare ecosystem' in India


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 13, 2020
Beijing exports China model of virus managementIn Serbia, one of Beijing's closest European allies, and a handful of other friendly countries, China is providing on-the-ground guidance to help battle the coronavirus. The outreach is part of a wider push by Beijing to assert global leadership in battling COVID-19 after facing criticism from Washington.  Beijing has also sent medical teams to Cambodia, Iran, Iraq, Laos, Pakistan, Venezuela and Italy.Coronavirus: What's holding ...


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