Indian start-up debuts on global quantum computing stage
An Indian company called QNu Labs aims to be a global player in the futuristic field of quantum computing, after becoming the world’s fourth company to build a deployable “Quantum-Safe Security” product.
US Passes Historic $2.2-Trillion Coronavirus Relief Bill
The U.S. House of Representatives on Friday approved a $2.2 trillion (£1.77 trillion) aid package — the largest in history — to help cope with the economic downturn inflicted by the intensifying coronavirus pandemic, and President Donald Trump quickly signed it into law.
Coronavirus Symptoms Similar To Heart Attacks In Patients
The 64-year-old patient arrived at a hospital in Brooklyn with symptoms looking like those seen in patients having a serious heart attack.
Test That Can Detect Coronavirus In 5 Minutes
Abbott to supply 50,000 tests a day starting April1
Clearly, We've Entered Recession That Will Be Worse Than 2009: IMF Chief
The coronavirus pandemic has driven the global economy into a downturn that will require massive funding to help developing nations, IMF chief Kristalina Georgieva (pictured) said Friday.
India Prepares For Massive Screening Effort After April 14
India, which is under the largest lockdown in the world, is readying to undertake a massive testing programme to identify COVID-19-positive cases after the 21-day period ends in a move that public health experts have been calling for.
RBI Offers ₹3.7-trn Covid Vaccine
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Friday came out all guns blazing to arrest a poten- tial slowdown caused by coronavirus (COVID-19), lowering the policy repo rate by 75 basis points to 4.4 per cent, and telling all banks and housing finance companies not to take instalments on term loans for three months.
Relief Measures May Not Reach Everyone
Delivery mechanisms need to be strengthened: Experts
Centre's EPF Scheme To Cover Only 16% Of Total Subscribers
PF account holders can withdraw up to three months of contribution during pandemic
Coronavirus Effect: Rall A Reign Earnings Dip 10.7 % In March
The outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and the resultant drop in economic activity has dragged down Indian Railways’s freight earnings by 10.72 per cent so far in March, compared to the corresponding period last year.
Govt Clears The Air: Drugs Can Be Delivered At Tyour Doorstep
To help citizens locked down in their homes, the Ministry of Health on Thursday allowed doorstep delivery of drugs.
New-Aewartriors Against Corona: Robots, Drones, Chatbots, Apps
Start-ups are offering the latest technology to help health workers
Centre To Increase Quota Of Subsidised Foodgrain By 2 Kg
It's A Long Road To Recovery For Entertainment Industry
Social distancing, future contagions to reduce footfalls
Manufacturing Comes To A Near Halt
More and more companies are shutting down non-essential production following the nationwide lockdown
E-Com Firms Set To Resume Work After Police Assurance
Walmart-owned Flipkart said on Wednesday it would resume services and Amazon said it was working with the government to enable its deliveries after state governments reached out to the firms, which had temporarily stopped accepting new orders amid reports of police high handedness.
₹60K-cr Income Support Plan For Poor In Works
Industry, individuals may also get relief
‘Making efforts to develop antibody-based test kits'
In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, the government has given clearance for the manufacturing of PCR (polymerase chain reaction)-based kits in India to detect the virus.
Social Media Battles The Epidemic Of Fakes
Google, Twitter, TikTok, Facebook team up with global health agencies and governments to put up the guardrails on the fake trail
Delivery For E-com Firms Comes To A Grinding Halt
The Indian e-commerce sector has come to anear standstill across the country, hurting the supply of essential commodities, amid lockdowns in several states and cities to prevent the spread of coronavirus, according to industry executives.
Lockdown Hits Medicine Supplies
Chemists’ body seeks help from govt to ease logistical challenges
Govt Mulls Suspending IBC Process For 6 Months
In a relief for small and medium enterprises facing the threat of insolvency because of the coronavirus crisis, the government on Tuesday raised the threshold for invoking insolvency to ₹1 crore from the current ₹1 lakh.
Stung by virus, Medimix finds its pull factor
The medicinal soap brand is seeing a sharp spurtin demand across the country ©
Internet Speed May Slowdown On High Traffic
Brace for not being able to watch movies in high definition or for slower speed while downloading or streaming your favourite over the top (OTT) platforms. At least for a while. And blame it on coronavirus.
E-Pharmacies Gear Up To Meet Upsurge In Demand
Online pharmacies are making the best use of technology and supply chain efficiencies to ensure hasslefree delivery of orders despite manpower challenges.
Modi Connects With India Inc As Factories, Offices Shut Down
Business leaders ask govt to let go of fiscal target, seek stimulus, direct cash transfer
Bulls Locked Down, Markets Gasp
Indices crash 13%, making india worst-performing market in the world. ₹14-trillion market cap wiped off; financial stocks lead the rout
Back To Work, At Home
India Inc has embraced remote working because of a health scare. But there are important lessons on enabling infrastructure, managing remote teams and ensuring productivity...
Don't Sack Staff, Protect Wages: Centre To Firms
EPFO will continue to provide essential services to claimants
India gets into lockdown mode
8O districts to be isolated as cases spread quickly. Trains, Metros, interstate—buses won't run