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    Modi discusses COVID-19 lockdown with cricket icons, top Olympic sport athletes

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday spoke to India's top athletes, including cricket stars such as current captain Virat Kohli, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly, and batting legend Sachin Tendulkar, amid a national lockdown to combat the rapidly-spreading COVID-19 pandemic.A total of 49 athletes, along with Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju, participated in the video...

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    Coronavirus: Car rental startup Revv to transport COVID-19 health workers for free

    Self-drive car rental startup Revv has earmarked 1,000 vehicles to transport India's health workers who arefighting the coronavirus battle from the frontlines. Revv is offering the service free of cost in Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru, and Chennai, and will launch it in other cities as the demand escalates. Health workers, who are actively servicing COVID-19...

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    Coronavirus lockdown: Startup ecosystem flags concerns in meeting with Piyush Goyal

    Problems related with liquidity crunch, cash flow, revenue and labour matters were raised by startups in their meeting with Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal on Thursday.Goyal held the meeting through video conference with the stakeholders of the startup ecosystem, including developers, angel investors and others, to assess the impact of COVID-19 and...

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    World Bank approves $1B emergency funds for India to tackle COVID-19 outbreak

    The World Bank has approved $1 billion emergency funding for India to help it tackle the coronavirus pandemic, which has claimed 76 lives and infected 2,500 people in the country.The World Bank's first set of aid projects, amounting to $1.9 billion, will assist 25 countries, and new operations are moving forward in over 40 nations using the fast-track process, the bank...

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    Why escrow payments can help India improve its business environment

    Business transactions have traditionally been risky. Parties involved in business deals often struggle to transact in a safe, secure, and seamless manner. In case one of the involved parties refuses to abide by the contract, the following litigation process can be long and arduous. At present, India holds the 163rd position among 190 countries when it comes to enforcing business...

    • 3 hrs ago
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    PM Modi asks India to light up lamps to dispel darkness of coronavirus pandemic

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday morning addressed the nation, thanking Indians for showing “phenomenal and unprecedented discipline” during the nationwide lockdown announced to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus. Today is the tenth day of India’s 21-day lockdown, which followed a one-day Janata curfew on March 22. PM Modi said: “A...

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    This woman entrepreneur started up to change the way OPD services operate in clinics and hospitals

    Navigating through hospitals and clinics can turn out to be cumbersome for many, for the sheer amount of processes and running-around involved from one department to the other. If you are an out-patient, then sometimes you have to wait for hours for a consultation or other tests.Madhubala Radhakrishnan, Founder of mCURA Mobile Health Pvt. Ltd.,...

    • 5 hrs ago
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    How these women restaurateurs are disrupting the Indian hospitality industry with unique concepts

    In many countries, the kitchen is often designated as a “woman’s place” in the house. Cooking is seen as a task that comes naturally to them. Whereas, when a man cooks, it is seen as them going out of their way to help or as a hobby. However, the tables are turned when we take a look at professional kitchens and restaurants....

    • 6 hrs ago
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    How Practo is ramping up telemedicine services to deal with coronavirus

    With the coronavirus pandemic making people work from home, it has also brought a technological shift in the field of medicine – telemedicine. In the past few weeks, not only have more people opted for telemedicine consultations across platforms, the government has also set up telemedicine guidelines, enabling more doctors to use technology that they were reluctant...

    • 6 hrs ago
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    Coronavirus: This Army man from Bihar is making and giving away masks for free

    At a time when the whole world is fighting the coronavirus pandemic, Sudhir Kumar, a Junior commissioned officer (JCO) in the Indian Army, has gone beyond the call of duty and standing tall to fight problems at grassroots level. Sudhir Kumar, 43, who is currently posted in Amritsar, Punjab, took a month-long leave to visit his family in Jatwalia village in Motihari...

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