India's fiscal response to COVID conservative, need large stimulus as impact will be bigger than first wave: Report
Bold measures will be required to emerge stronger from the crisis, said the report, 'State of Working India 2021: One Year of Covid-19,' released on Wednesday by Azim Premji University.
Businesses, households adapting to lockdowns; demand dent to be lower than last year: Shaktikanta Das
A slew of analysts have been cutting their FY22 growth estimates because of the second wave of the pandemic and the ensuing lockdowns.
However, the full-year prospects remain positive if the COVID wave recedes in the April quarter and the vaccination drive goes as planned, brokerage firm Centrum said in the report.
The recommended measures were drawn looking at the health systems in these areas which have been under stress due to the pandemic.
Some alone with backpacks, while some with their families, migrant workers were seen leaving for their home at Delhi's Anand Vihar bus station.
Patil said there is no objection to night curfew, but activities during the day should be continued.
The pandemic-induced lockdown left his family separated by hundreds of miles and his colleagues and people around him were "scared" in the initial days.
Marking one year to the Janata Curfew by celebrating citizen heroes who gave their blood, sweat and tears to help the marginalised throughout the course of the lockdown
Both the matches will now be held behind closed doors, the country's cricket board (NZC) said on Saturday.
Palaniswami noted that about 10 lakh cases were registered by the police under the Tamil Nadu Public Health Act and Epidemic Diseases Act against the violators since the nationwide lockdown.
The plea sought direction to the Delhi govt to make some guidelines or pass resolution for postponement of nursery admission for 2021-22 academic session for the protection of children.
The protest in a Jerusalem square near Netanyahus official residence on Saturday comes as Israel is the midst of its third national lockdown.
In a statement here, State Education minister Vijay Inder Singla said the timings of the schools will be from 10 am to 3 pm.
Classes for students of 9th to 12th standard are being conducted in two shifts, with 50 per cent of a class' capacity in each shift.
Bastar district administration contacted locals from Prakash's village who further helped in tracing his parents, who had lodged a missing person report a decade back at the local police station.