Michael Fernandez, proprietor of Gee Sounds, Mattanchery in Kochi, entered the business of renting out sound and light equipment since he turned 18 in 1987.
In all, 16 varieties of vegetables would be covered in the first phase and there is a provision to revise the floor price on a regular basis, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said.
Bony Thomas, treasurer, Kochi-Biennale Foundation, said KBF is postponing the much-anticipated event with a firm affirmation to organise it in a grand manner next year.
This comes as Airports Council International World estimates the airport industry will suffer a 60 per cent reduction in revenues, reaching an unprecedented loss of $104.5 billion.
The decision sends high-ranked England, France, Italy, Netherlands and Portugal direct to the 2021 under-20 World Cup representing Europe.
Theatres have been permitted to open from October 15 based on the Central government's Unlock guidelines
The cinema body, which represents all the multiplex chains, including, PVR, INOX and Cinepolis, said the sector directly employs more than two lakh people and provides employment to lakhs indirectly.
Moreover, insurers shall maintain verifiable, legally valid evidence for the proposer's consent received for the fully completed proposal form.
A 'quasi curfew ' was observed in the streets of Velankanni with police personnel in every street.
CRISIL Ratings pointed out that recovery to business-as-usual status is possible in the third quarter if things keep improving.
COVID-19 created largest disruption of education in history, affected 1.6 billion students: UN chief
The policy brief said that the pandemic has exacerbated education disparities and learning losses due to prolonged school closures threaten to erase progress made in recent decades.
COVID-19 HIGHLIGHTS | Restriction on arriving flights from 6 cities to Kolkata airport extended upto August 15
The restriction on arriving flights to Kolkata Airport from 6 cities - Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Nagpur & Ahmedabad- has been extended.
Brokerage firm Centrum pointed out that IndiGo may report loss to the tune Rs 2,670 crore for the June quarter, while SpiceJet losses to be at Rs 1,000 crore.
However, we are seeing demand picking up in China, Europe and Australia,” said GJEPC chairman Colin Shah.
EKP said it would not be feasible to conduct online examinations, considering the various issues relating to digital access to the students.