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Opening red-light districts could lead to over 12,000 Covid-19 deaths: Harvard, Yale study projects
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Opening red-light districts could lead to over 12,000 Covid-19...

News India News Opening red-light districts could lead to over 12,000 Covid-19 deaths: Harvard, Yale study projects Opening red-light districts could lead to over 12,000 Covid-19 deaths: Harvard, Yale study projects Facebook Twitter Linkedin Mail AA + Text ... Times of India, 1 week ago

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'We need stimulus of 5% of GDP now': Rakesh Mohan

Mohan, who is now a senior fellow at the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs at Yale University, said in an interview that India has the capacity to sustain high temporary fiscal deficits and then recover by restoring relatively healthy economic growth.
 Hindustan Times2 months ago

India may in the end surpass US Covid tally: Yale Prof

Mon, Jun 15 India may in the end surpass US Covid tally: Yale Prof Mon, Jun 15 2020 02:12:34 PM By Sumit Saxena New Delhi, Jun 15 (IANS): The US has more than 20 lakh Covid-19 confirmed cases, and it is the only country, which has recorded the highest daily ...
 Daiji World3 weeks ago Yale Prof: Nothing assures we are anywhere near 'herd immunity'  Daiji World1 month ago

The A-Z of Trump's order on foreign students

By Arvind Panagariya I came to Princeton University to do a PhD in economics in the academic year 1974-75. Princeton offered me full fellowship consisting of tuition and a stipend to defray the cost of basic necessities of life. Many of my Americanclassmates ...
 Economic Times1 day ago

We failed to take China's warnings seriously

'Indian diplomacy faltered amidst multiple failures of statecraft.''The functionaries responsible must be held to account for their abject failure,' asserts Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar. IMAGE: An Indian soldier stands guard in Ladakh. Photograph: PTI Photo   The good thing about the nihilistic Indian media narratives -- relentlessly negative -- over the military standoff in eastern Ladakh is that the government largely disregarded them. Hopefully, a de-escalation of tensions is on the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

The true price of a very long lockdown

By Bjørn LomborgCountries have imposed social distancing regulations to avoid overwhelming their healthcare capacity during the Covid-19 pandemic. Such a policy makes a lot of sense. The first peer reviewed cost-benefit analysis of the US shows just that ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

Lockdown 3.0: The perfect time to upskill!

Online learning platforms have become go-to places for those suffocated by the current curbs on movement.Namrata Kohli has the details. Photograph: Kind courtesy Unsplash/Pixabay They say when you cannot go outside, go inside.  Philosophy apart, there is one positive fallout of the lockdown. The curbs have provided an opportunity for self-enrichment and there is a great deal of interest in online learning platforms such as Udemy, Coursera, Google Learning, LinkedIn Learning/Lynda, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
Times of India

Several US hospitals using HCQ in treatment of COVID 19 patients: Report

MDedge, a medical publication, on Friday reported that hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) is currently the first-line therapy and Tocilizumab the second-line medication for people hospitalized with polymerase chain reaction-confirmed COVID-19 infection in the Yale New ...
 Times of India2 months ago

Classes in Cloud: Online teaching in lockdown times

With the lockdown in force, live online teaching has become the order of the day, report Peerzada Abrar and Sai Ishwar. Image published for representational purposes only. Photograph: Kind courtesy Bruce Mars/Pexels For the past few weeks, Father Muller Medical College in Mangaluru, Karnataka, is conducting virtual surgery classes for its students. In New Delhi, a pre-school is teaching kids rhymes and conducting online classes daily for each toddler. Education group PES has replicated online ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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