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Genworth-Oceanwide transaction seals re-approval from regulator
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One less regulatory step for giant transaction as both parties push for a waiver extension

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Lloyd’s of London presents new council members
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Full elections have been held after delay

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US P&C underwriting income plummets in 2020 – report
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Decrease was driven by spikes in expenses and policyholder dividends

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Facing a barrage of lawsuits, insurers make diversity changes
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As lawsuits pile up, firms are scrutinizing recruiting and succession practices

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Human Nature Thwarts Widespread Use of Apps Tracking Coronavirus Exposure
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The app builders had planned for pranksters, ensuring that only people with verified COVID-19 cases could trigger an alert. They’d planned for heavy criticism about privacy, in many cases making the features as bare-bones as possible. But, as more states …

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Covid-19 patients treated as untouchables once posters pasted on their homes, says SC
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The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) said however that its guidelines do not contain any instructions or guidance regarding affixing of posters or other signage outside the residences of those found Covid positive.

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Sunny Deol tests COVID-19 positive, says Himachal Pradesh health secretary
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The 64-year-old bollywood actor had undergone a shoulder surgery at Mumbai and was recuperating at a farmhouse near Manali in Kullu district.

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Besides the greens, farmers’ stir could hit auto production due to disrupted supply chains
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The protests have come at a time when several auto parts manufacturers are limping back to normalcy. Disruptions along the elaborate supply chains could sting car and tractor-makers and cripple their vendors.

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View: Even if there’s a Covid resurgence, India’s economic turnaround is heartening
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Other countries have been hit by a second Covid surge and accompanying curbs on economic activity. But not India. All short-term indicators from October onward — electricity consumption, rail freight, auto sales, goods and services tax (GST) receipts — keep rising. If this trend continues — admittedly a big if — India may return to […]

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