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3 civilians killed in ceasefire violation in Srinagar
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3 civilians killed in ceasefire violation in SrinagarLast Sunday, Keran sector was the scene of a deadly operation in which five elite army commandos laid down their lives while eliminating a group of infiltrating militants.

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NBFCs stuck in regulatory loophole
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NBFCs stuck in regulatory loopholeSome private and foreign banks have come forward to give forbearance on repayments till May 31.

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View: India is now the modern day Dhanvantari
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View: India is now the modern day DhanvantariIndia is shipping out much-needed hydroxy chloroquine tablets to countries severely hit by COVID-19, and for this we have earned rich praise from the US, Israel and Brazil among others. But this isn’t the first time that India has stepped in to help countries in need.

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MHA asks states to facilitate movement of trucks across the country
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In a letter to chief secretaries of all States, Home secretary Ajay Bhalla said that instances of trucks not being allowed to move freely could create a shortage of essentials amid the nationwide lockdown on account of Covid-19.

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Canada coronavirus toll rises, officials probe seniors' home deaths
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Israel closes off Jerusalem's ultra-Orthodox areas to stem coronavirus spread
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U.S. spends Easter Sunday on lockdown as COVID-19 death toll tops 21,300
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What happened to the CDC? The storied disease agency is taking a back seat in the U.S. response to the coronavirus
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The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has become a focal point for criticism of the American government’s coronavirus response, blamed for botching tests that would have helped track the illness in its early days, and then receding from the Trump administration’s public messaging. In a nearly hour-long interview with Bloomberg News, CDC Director […]

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Coronavirus should inspire businesses to prepare their supply chains for the future
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The coronavirus pandemic has caused delays and other frustrations in businesses’ global supply chains, highlighting how vulnerable many are to unexpected disruption. Companies caught flat-footed should learn their lesson from this crisis and begin making fundamental changes now to prepare their supply chains for future shocks. The current supply chain disruption is impacting consumer demand, […]

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