Over 80% of Indian population could have SARS-CoV2 by September 2020: CDDEP

CDDEP ie the Centre for Disease, Dynamics and Economic Policy, a US based independent, multidisciplinary research firm in it’s report dated 20th April has said that India’s SARS-COV2 infection cases could rise upto 111 Crore by September this year even with “hard lockdown and continued social distancing”. Source: Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center COVID-19 A... Continue Reading →

India’s thirst for the MSME revival package amid COVID-19.

The Indian growth story is significantly contributed by the MSME sector of India, stimulating entrepreneurship and the base for the largest employment opportunities. MSME sector also contributes to the Export sector. As per the information received from Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics (DGCIS) the Share of MSME related Products in total Export from... Continue Reading →

The Corona AfterShocks.

With the emergence of more new COVID19 cases on daily basis and lockdown procedures being followed among most of the nations, Global Economy is bound to take a hit. Though the world is trying it’s best to put a break on the speed with which SARS-CoV2 is spreading, the spike in number of deaths illustrate... Continue Reading →

Trace Test Treat: The Way Forward

Countries cannot simply lock down their societies to defeat coronavirus, the World Health Organization's top emergency expert said, adding that public health measures are equally needed to curb the proliferation of this virus. Dr Mike Ryan said: "What we really need to focus on is finding those who are sick, those who have the virus,... Continue Reading →

Why COVIDIOTS and “Corona Rebels” are a threat?

"Some consider they're little heroes when they break the rules," well actually they are a threat to themselves and to the society.A new breed has evolved, an omni-resistant breed called "Corona Rebels", capable of repelling even the novel corona virus. Their audacity to flout the lockdown orders as well as social distancing would make one... Continue Reading →

What CoronaVirus taught us?

Cleanliness/Hygiene Spitting in public, gutkha stains on walls, urinating in open, littering on road and what not. People have not left any stone unturned on making surroundings dirty. British MP Lucy Ivimy once reported to have said that Indians don't know how to dispose off their rubbish.As per the cleanliness rankings in India, Delhi and... Continue Reading →

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