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    Private pandemic

    Private hospitals have once again been asked to meet shortage in public healthcare system, despite the government having a year to improve its infrastructure

    April 10, 2021
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    Consuming with a viral difference

    As COVID-19 continues to remake our world, it is changing our buying behaviours

    April 09, 2021
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    Not worth the wait

     With a surge in COVID-19 cases, economists are worried if the fragile recovery India has made will collapse under a new round of restrictions 

    April 02, 2021
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    The darkest hour

     India topped the global shame list for internet shutdowns and paid a heavy price for it  

    April 02, 2021
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    Look who's holding up the traffic

    Drivers all over the country are reporting inefficiencies in the FASTag system which has been made mandatory since February 15, 2021

    March 13, 2021
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    India’s junkyard awaits a smart policy

    An efficient scrappage system can provide a boost to the auto industry and reduce pollution levels. But, it will be prohibitively expensive

    February 16, 2021
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    Far from a free bird

    Twitter has received multiple regulatory requests from the Indian government about the content it hosts on Farmers’ Protests

    February 12, 2021
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    Black gold is the new milch cow

    Petrol and diesel prices are nearing Rs.100/litre in metro cities and nearly 60% of it comprises taxes

    February 06, 2021
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    The ones making our lives easier, don’t have it easy themselves

    According a Fairwork report, India’s platform economy is riddled with problems of unfair pay and poor working conditions

    January 17, 2021
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    The fowl flu

    Still reeling from the pandemic’s blow, India's poultry industry is now dealing with an outbreak of avian influenza

    January 15, 2021
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    Casting a long shadow

    In India, the people and the economy are choking on polluted air

    January 01, 2021
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    Divided by borders, united by corruption

    Asian countries reek of dishonest officials, rampant bribery and distrust in government. Among them, India takes the top spot

    December 18, 2020