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IMF Urges 'Equity-Like' Government Support For Virus-Hit Firms

Government support in the form of loans would saddle such companies with huge debt, which would serve like a tax that makes it difficult for them to emerge from the crisis

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Don’t Miss The Chance To Register! #RandstadLeadershipDialogues

The webinar will take place on 14 July 2020 at 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. The audience can also get a chance to ask questions.

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Delhi HC Extends Order Restraining Police From Circulating Evidence Collected Against Pinjra Tod Activist

She was arrested in connection with a case related to the protest against Citizen Amendment Act in Jafrabad area and was granted bail.

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Safety And Security Of Students Our Prime Concern: UGC Secretary

Examinations are being conducted in best universities across the world, whether it is in the US, Canada, Germany, Australia, or Singapore or take any good universities.

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Over 2.6 Lakh COVID-19 Samples Being Tested Per Day: ICMR

Private labs can complete accreditation in one month. As of today, a total of 1,132 testing labs are now operational

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Imran Khan Govt Has Added Nearly USD 22 Bn To Pak's International Debt: Experts

The country's debt burden has been unnecessarily inflated by the high defence budgets, which rose by 11.8 per cent year on year to 1.29 trillion (USD 7.8 billion) in the present budget

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Let's Leave Politics Out Of Education: HRD Minister Rejects Criticism Over CBSE's Decision To Reduce Syllabus

The CBSE Board has reduced the syllabus up to 30 per cent for nearly 190 subjects from Classes 9 to 12.

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India Has 538 COVID-19 Cases Per Million Compared To World Average Of 1,453: Centre

India on Thursday reported the highest single-day spike of 24,879 new positive cases and 487 deaths in the last 24 hours, taking the total number of COVID-19 cases in the country to 767,296

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Chinese Banks Prepare Contingency Plans Over Threat Of US Sanctions

The country's most international lender, had the biggest exposure of the country's big four lenders to the greenback at the end of 2019, with about $433 billion in liabilities.

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Spike In Coronavirus Cases Sparks Fear Of Job Loss In US Aviation Sector

"Airline industry employment cannot simply be put back together overnight and mass layoffs will do great damage to the sector, with potentially irrevocable consequences."

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China Is 'Greatest Long-Term Threat' To America's Information, Economic Security: FBI

Wray appealed to all in the US who believed they were being targetted by the Chinese government in such a campaign to reach out to their local FBI field office.

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Emirates Lays Off More Pilots, Crew In Latest Round Of Job Cuts

Emirates Chief Operating Officer Adel Ahmad Al Redha told Reuters on June 25 not all of its 115 Airbus A380s would return to service this year and that the airline needed to review its strategy.

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India's pharma industry an asset for the world: PM Narendra Modi

The Prime Minister further went on to call Indians as "natural reformers" and further added that history is proof of that.

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India Plans Rental Homes To Entice Migrant Workers Back To Cities

The programme will benefit about 300,000 workers initially, according to the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs.

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Did Vikas Dubey Surrender Or Was He Arrested?: Akhilesh Yadav Raises Questions

Bahua Dubey and Prabhat Mishra, close aides of the main accused, were killed in separate encounters in Etawah and Kanpur respectively.

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