How To Put Aircraft To Bed
Preserving grounded planes, to get them up and flying at short notice, is a challenging task. Ashwini Phadnis captures the process
UN, WHO Urged To Ensure ‘Benefit Sharing' Of Covid-Related Data
Biopharma firms should reach vaccines, medicines to poor nations at an affordable price, say civil society bodies
Covid Presents An Opportunity For India
India must attract investors exiting China post-Covid. Streamlining of project clearances and relaxation in FRBM norms will help
There Can Be No Going Back On WFH
Covid-19 has fast-forwarded the shift to ‘work from home’. However, some face-to-face connect will always be needed
Did Alternative Assets Shield You From Covid-19 Volatility?
The assets closely linked to stock and debt markets could not stave off the losses
How To Curb Harassment In The Virtual Office
Training and sensitisation are essential. Institute a strict dress code and chat etiquette to ensure professionalism during video calls
Covid Impact Relatively Muted In India
Compared to Italy and the US, India’s rate of infection spread has been slow. This can be attributed to the strict measures in place
How Global Trade Will Fare Post-Covid
China isn’t likely to lose its pre-eminent position soon. India, for one, will need to make manufacturing globally competitive
Centre Allows All Neighbourhood Shops To Open But With Riders
Final call will be taken by local authorities; shopping complexes that draw fewer ‘outsiders’ are permitted to operate
With No Clear Signal From Rlys, States Explore Ways To Bring Back Migrants
Quarantine centres, cross-country buses being arranged even as migrants hop on to boats, trucks and ambulances
Even As 85-Lakh Fresh Graduates Stare At A Bleak Future Amid The Pandemic...
Nearly 85 lakh under-graduate and post-graduate students who are to pass out from various universities this year would be staring at a bleak future as corporates halt hiring, especially the recruitment of greenhorns.
How To Revive India's Solar Sector Post Covid
The renewable energy industry needs a plan to mitigate the effects of reduced imports from China and increasing cash outflows
Good For Long Term
But given the risks in the broader market and uncertainty in crude contract, fresh exposure can be avoided now
What's In Store For Gilt Funds?
With volatility in 10-year G-Sec yields likely to persist, these are not for the faint-hearted
Making Covid-19 Less Taxing
Taking into account the disruption to daily life caused by the pandemic, the Centre has announced a series of relaxations for taxpayers, investors
Large Units Better Prepared Than MSMEs To Restart
Even as Tamil Nadu government contemplates partial lifting of lockdown, big industrial units are ready with a new set of operating procedures but MSMEs see many bottlenecks in restarting the operations.
Labour Panel Clears Industrial Code With Riders
Submits report urging Centre to create a condusive industrial atmosphere
‘Pandemic Has Driven Home The Importance Of Self-Sufficiency'
In his interaction with village panchayats, Modi encourages use of Aarogya Setu app
Double-Whammy: It Firms Staring At Lower Discretionary Spend, Pricing Pang
BFSI and healthcare verticals, however, may offer succour, says Crisil Ratings
The Automobile Sector Can Overcome This Crisis
EVs will continue to grow and supply chain resilience will gain ground post Covid-19
A Month Into Lockdown, Cases Rising Linearly, Not Exponentially
12 districts nationwide have not reported any new cases in last 28 days, but govt says it is prepared for the worst
Coming Soon: ‘Contactless Dining' For A Post-Covid World
From pre-ordering of food to live-streaming of the cooking, Dineout’s tech covers them all
Covid-19: It Is A Long Haul For India Inc
Corporate recovery hinges on how well the virus is handled, a strong economic stimulus and willingness of banks to lend
Singapore, NZ Have Acted In Poor Taste
Their proposal at the WTO to get their exports labelled as ‘essential’ in the context of the pandemic smacks of profit-seeking
Car-Brand Logos Now Adorn Face Masks And Ventilators
Automobile companies are using their manufacturing expertise to make medical equipment; 3D-printing and car parts come in handy
Attacking Healthcare Professionals To Be A Cognisable And Non-Bailable Offence
Ordinance coming to make offenders pay compensation for injury, too
No Place In A City That Migrants Can Call ‘Home'
Housing for workers was overlooked in the post-liberalisation era. Absence of a home has compounded their alienation
Mass Monitoring Can't Become The Norm
Contact tracing may be needed during the Covid crisis; but, steps must be taken to stop it from morphing into mass surveillance
Shipping Ministry Unveils Relief Package For Cargo-terminal Operators At Major Ports
Firms allowed to defer three months’ payment of revenue share, royalty, equipment-hire charges.
Insurance Cover Helps States Rope In Private Hospitals
Some are finalising the list; details of package rates being worked out