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India Asks State-Run Power Producers To Ensure Supply

Power generators have also been hit by a steep fall in power demand as most commercial establishments and industries have stopped functioning due to the lockdown.

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Infosys Sacks Employee Over 'Spread The Virus' Post, Bengaluru Police Files Case Against Him

"Infosys has completed its investigation on the social media post by one of its employees and we believe that this is not a case of mistaken identity," the company said in a statement on Twitter.

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Indian HealthTech Startups leveraging Tech to tackle COVID-19

From chatbots to immunity testing to se wrap other measures is being adopted by Indian Health-Tech in their fight against COVID-19

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873 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases In India, Says Health Ministry

The total number of active cases in the country rose to 775, while 78 patients have been cured and discharged. The number of deaths due to the infection stood at 19, while one patient has migrated.

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Noida Authority Allows Home Delivery Of Essential Commodities

"Noida Authority is cleaning and sanitising the city. 260 people were allowed to deliver essential goods at the door. We have made a list of 85 chemists and grocery stores which will provide doorstep delivery of goods,"

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COVID-19: IMF Says Global Economy In Recession

More countries are imposing lockdown measures to contain the rapidly spreading virus, which has infected over 337,500 people across the world.

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748 Active COVID-19 Cases In India, Says Health Ministry

While there are 176 COVID-19 cases in Kerala, Maharashtra has 153 cases till March 27.

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Delhi Police Issue Advisory On Cyber Crime Threat Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

"Avoid opening suspicious e-mails and clicking on unverified coronavirus related links circulated on social messaging apps, emails, etc."

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Two Indian Refiners Declare Force Majeure To Curb Mideast Oil Supply

Global fuel demand is set to drop by as much as 20% in the second quarter as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, which has killed more than 22,000 people.

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US Airlines Cheer Government Relief But Warn It Is No 'Cure' For Deep Industry Crisis

The industry directly supports 750,000 jobs and has argued that it must have the financial ability to jump-start operations once demand starts to return.

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