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Q4 Earnings, Pace Of Vaccination, Global Trends To Dictate Markets This Week: Analysts

"In absence of any major event, participants will be closely eyeing the performance of global indices, US bond yields, movement of rupee against the US dollar, and crude oil prices.

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Mahindra & Mahindra To Cover COVID-19 Vaccination Cost Of Dealership Employees

In case of the demise of a dealership employee due to the pandemic, a sum of Rs 5 lakh will be provided to the family of the deceased with the company and its dealer contributing an equal sum of Rs 2.5 lakh each.

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COVID-19: FinMin Asks States To Vaccinate Staff Of Banks, Insurance Cos On Priority Basis

This becomes impediment to account holders access to funds in their hours of needs, disbursement of DBT payments, extension of credit to mitigate disruption to business, etc which should otherwise be uninterrupted and seamless

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Acute Vaccine Shortage Has Put People's Lives At Serious Risk: Ficci

The chamber said in the larger and long-term interest of the country, India should not rush to do anything unilaterally that may undermine its present efforts to arrive at a multilateral solution on this issue

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Covid-19 Cases Shows Sign Of Receding In Chhattisgarh Increase In Number Of Beds And Oxygen In Hospitals Vaccination Drive For All Section In Full Swing

A decrease in the number of daily deaths under Covid-19 can also be seen. Where 253 deaths were recorded on 5 May, 208 were recorded on 7 May, 198 on 9 May and 172 on 10 May.

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Inflows Into Equity Mutual Funds Decline In April Amid Second COVID Wave

The mutual fund industry witnessed an inflow of Rs 92,906 crore across all segments during the period under review compared to an outflow of Rs 29,745 crore in March.

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COAI Approaches Health Ministry; Seeks COVID Vaccination For Frontline Telecom Workers

The DoT too had urged the Health Ministry to 'favourably' consider the industry's request to prioritise frontline telecom workers for receiving COVID jab.

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OYO To Show Vaccination Status Of Partner Hotels' Staff On Its App

VaccinAid is our small attempt to promote the larger cause of vaccination among our customers as well as our hotel partners & their staff

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India Remains Vulnerable To Further Waves Of COVID-19: Fitch

India's slow pace of vaccination means that the country could remain vulnerable to further waves of the pandemic even once the current surge subsides

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Vaccination Only Way Forward As COVID Infections Surge In Rural Areas: Report

The second wave of the pandemic has led the country begging for global aid in terms of money, medical oxygen and life-saving drugs as it has been contributing almost 44 per cent of the global caseload for the past many days.

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Spice Money To Help Rural Population Register For COVID Vaccination

People in rural India are facing registration challenges due to lack of digital literacy and also often remain unaware about the initiatives rolled out for them

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Pilots Body Seeks Vaccination Camps For Flying Crew

Alleging that many crew have been tested positive for Covid-19 and are struggling to get oxygen cylinders, the ICPA said that the pilots are left to fend for themselves for hospitalization.

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April Auto Sales Show Impact Of Lockdowns: Report

The commercial segment was the worst hit and lagged the registrations, indicating low channel inventory now, while tractor sales have also declined sequentially hinting at the pandemic impact in the hinterlands

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Ficci Stresses On Speeding Up Vaccination, Maintaining Supply Of Essential Medicines To Fight COVID

The chamber also recommended that in this crisis situation, it is important that 'we centralise the authority of decision making' as currently the situation is being managed through 600 districts across the country.

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Vaccination: Centre Says 122 Crore Doses Needed To Inoculate 59 Crore People In 18-45 Age Group

Stating that the central government has already taken proactive steps for procurement of other vaccines apart from Covishield and Covaxin, the Centre told the apex court that it has fast tracked the emergency approvals for foreign produced COVID-19 Vaccines that have been granted approval in other countries.

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