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Latest Articles in COVID 19 Restrictions

CAIT Urges Delhi LG To Relax COVID-19 Restrictions

In a communication sent to LG on Wednesday, CAIT National President B.C. Bhartia and Secretary General Praveen Khandelwal said that COVID-19 restrictions in Delhi and across the country have very badly affected the retail trade, which suffered a loss of about 70 per cent in the last 25 days.

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Traders In Delhi Request DDMA To Amend COVID-19 Restrictions Under GRAP

"In such a situation, the DDMA should reconsider the restrictions under the GRAP. The concerns of the businessmen of Delhi have increased. Businesses will be ruined and jobs will be at risk," he said.

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COVID-19 Restrictions: 50% Office Limit, 20 At Weddings In Delhi.

To prevent children's exposure to the virus, schools and colleges will remain closed, restaurants and bars will be closed at 10 PM and they will have to operate at half capacity.

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Neemrana Hotels - Relive The History

Neemrana was among the first hotel chains to bounce back to business adapting well to the challenges that tourism has faced in 2020 and 2021. One of the few hotel chains to retain their entire team through two harsh lockdowns, we take pride as the FY 2020-21 was also a profitable one for the company despite COVID-19 restrictions.

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India's Services Sector Activity Expands In Sep; Employment Rises For First Time In 10 Months

The seasonally adjusted India Services Business Activity Index fell from 56.7 in August to 55.2 in September, but remained well above its long-run average.

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India's Manufacturing Sector Sees Strongest Rate Of Growth In Three Months In July

The RBI is scheduled to announce its bi-monthly monetary policy review on August 6 at the end of the three-day meeting -- August 4-6 -- of its Monetary Policy Committee (MPC).

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SC Asks Kerala Govt To Respond To Plea Against 3-Day Relaxation In Covid-19 Restrictions For Bakrid

The matter came up for hearing in the apex court before a bench of Justices R F Nariman and B R Gavai, which also took note of the affidavit filed by Uttar Pradesh government which said that no Kanwar Yatra will be allowed this year in the state due to the pandemic.

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ABB Power Products Resumes Operations At Bengaluru Plant

The company had closed the plant in Peenya, Benguluru, from May 10 onwards in view of the COVID-19 restrictions in place in Karnataka.

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PFRDA Logs 23 Pc Growth In Subscriber Base Under NPS, APY Schemes In FY21

The total assets under management (AUM) witnessed a growth of 38 per cent to over Rs 5.78 lakh crore by the end of FY21

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Digital Tech Saved 20% Of World Economy During One Year Of Covid Disruption

GDP Losses are lesser for the economies like U.S., China, and other Advanced Economies, where investments in Digital-ICT adoptions were high, making them highly Digitally Enabled Economies.

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Car Sector Seeks More UK Government Support As Output Tumbles

Output in January fell by 27% year-on-year to 86,052 vehicles, hit by factors including dealership closures during a latest COVID-19 lockdown, international supply chain problems and the change in trading terms with the European Union.

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Poland to ease some COVID-19 restrictions, but lockdown remains

Poland to ease some COVID-19 restrictions, but lockdown remains

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ABB Says Market Uncertainty Rising As COVID-19 Restrictions Return

The maker of industrial robots and fast-charging stations for electric vehicles said its operational earnings before interest, tax and amortisation (EBITA) rose to $825 million, beating forecasts for $768 million.

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Germany to extend COVID-related restrictions until Feb 14: Merkel

Germany to extend COVID-related restrictions until Feb 14: Merkel

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UK Boxing Day Retail Footfall Slumps 60% Amid COVID-19 Restrictions

London and large parts of south and east England are now under Tier 4 restrictions, where non-essential retail stores are closed.

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