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India may be flattening coronavirus curve, claims Brookings India analyst; research shows growth of cases has declined after 6 April
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Table Henderson Brooks and Bhagat report in Parliament: BJP MP

The report by Lieutenant General Henderson Brooks and Brigadier General Premindra Singh Bhagat on the 1962 India- China war remains a classified document. Speaking during the Zero Hour, Gao said it has been 58 years since the 1962 India-China war but it has ...
 Economic Times2 months ago

Report sees India's coronavirus toll topping China's

In a report for Brookings Institute on the global macroeconomic impacts of coronavirus, Warwick McKibbin and Roshen Fernando present 7 scenarios on the impact of the virus outbreak.  While scenarios 1-3 assume that the epidemiological events are isolated to China, scenarios 4-6 present the pandemic scenarios that assumes the epidemiological shocks occur in all countries to differing degrees. The authors note that while scenarios 1-6 assume that the shocks are temporary, scenario 7 posits ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Shamika Ravi plagiarism row: ISB says economist 'not permanent faculty'; Brookings pulls 2019 paper from website

Shamika Ravi plagiarism row: ISB says economist 'not permanent faculty'; Brookings pulls 2019 paper from website
 First Post.com3 days ago

India's trade with South Asia less than 4% of global trade; China's up by 546%

with South Asia less than 4% of global trade; China’s trade with region increases by 546% india Updated: May 28, 2020 12:32 IST HT Correspondent New Delhi: India’s trade with countries in South Asia has remained less than 4% of its global trade since ...
 Hindustan Times4 days ago
Economic Times

How India should navigate flare up with China

Should the current Chinese intrusions into undisputed Indian territory be seen as a local and bilateral problem? Or as part of Beijing’s opportunism and exertions all around to show it’s not Covid-damaged but, in fact, Covid-enabled?Describing what’s ...
 Economic Times6 days ago
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In pics | Stocks in the news: Jubilant Lifesciences, Havells, Nestle India, Blue Star, Healthcare Global, Aurobindo Pharma

Asian Hotels (North) | JK Paper | IndiaMart InterMesh | Agro Tech Foods | TTK Prestige | Brooks Laboratories are also some of the stocks in focus today.
 Money Control2 weeks ago

COVID-19: It hasn't gone viral in India

'Our drains are not filled with bodies, our hospitals not run out of beds.''That good news, or absence of expected bad news, is the truth that so many in the international community, and also within India, seem unable to handle,' notes Shekhar Gupta. IMAGE: Medical workers carry a stretcher for a patient at a hospital in New Delhi, April 27, 2020. Photograph: Ravi Choudhary/PTI Photo   Why are we talking movies in the era of COVID-19? Especially when it is neither Outbreak, nor Contagion.
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Lockdown is an opportunity. Think of it as a miniature vanaprastha, says Harvard professor Arthur C Brooks

Shobita Dhar | TNN | Apr 19, 2020, 04:00 IST Dr Arthur C Brooks is a Harvard professor, behavioural social scientist and bestselling author who has launched a new column on happiness when we are at our most anxious. In an interview to Shobita Dhar, he shares ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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Railways develops low-cost ventilator 'Jeevan'

The Indian Railways has developed a low-cost ventilator, Jeevan at its Kapurthala Rail Coal Factory that could save thousands of lives at a time the country is grappling with a shortage of the medical equipment in its fight against coronavirus. IMAGE: A doctor uses an infrared thermometer to measure the temperature of a woman following an outbreak of the coronavirus disease in Prayagraj. Photograph: ANI Photo The prototype is now awaiting Indian Council of Medical Research clearance to go into ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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