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Madrid mulls targeted Covid-19 lockdowns as infections surge
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Madrid mulls targeted Covid-19 lockdowns as infections surge

Madrid accounts for around one-third of active coronavirus cases in Spain, with a higher incidence in high-density and low-income neighbourhoods, mainly in the south of the capital. world Updated: Sep 16, 2020 23:45 IST Reuters| Posted by: Harshit Sabarwal ... Hindustan Times, 1 week ago

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BMC asks private hospitals to keep staff in campus to check virus spread

"About one-third of the population of BMC area is staying in slum areas and social distancing is practically not possible because of small houses and high population density. Frequent movement of hospital staff to slum areas poses a risk of spread of the ...
 Money Control2 months ago
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FULL TEXT: President's address to nation on I Day eve

President Ram Nath Kovind on Friday addressed to the nation on the eve of the 74th Independence Day. From India's fight against COVID-19 to China face-off, Kovind spoke on several issues during the televised address. Here's the full text of President's address.   My Dear Fellow Citizens, Namaskaar! It gives me great pleasure to greet all the people of India, living in the country and abroad, on the eve of the 74th Independence Day. August 15 fills us with the excitement of unfurling the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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India's telcos continue to dial the wrong number

India's telecom sector has been through dizzying peaks, troughs, policy U-turns, court battles, brutal competition, and daily controversies. India could go back to a private sector duopoly with just Reliance Jio and Bharti Airtel surviving the mayhem. The third player, Vodafone Idea, could be history. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com 1994:The government projects the market for mobile phones in New Delhi to be 30,000 subscribers. When Essar builds a network of 100,000 subscribers, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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23% Delhiites affected by COVID-19, finds sero-prevalence study

Delhi's sero-prevalence study has found that around 23 per cent of the people tested had an exposure to the novel coronavirus in the city, which has several pockets of dense population, the Union health ministry said on Tuesday.   IMAGE: COVID-19 recovered Delhi Police personnel donates his blood for plasma at AIIMS hospital in New Delhi. Photograph: ANI Photo Director of the National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) Dr Sujeet Kumar Singh said the remaining 77 per cent are still ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
Economic Times

Covid threatens luster of superstar cities

Cities are remarkably resilient. They have risen from the ashes after being carpet-bombed and hit with nuclear weapons. “If you think about pandemics in the past,” noted Princeton economist Esteban Rossi-Hansberg, “they didn’t destroy ...
 Economic Times2 months ago
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