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Most Enterprises Worldwide Lack Cash Flow During Pandemic: ILO

-Newsclick.in A majority of enterprises surveyed said they were finding it difficult to manage staff and operations, the ILO report says. New Delhi: As the COVID-19 pandemic disrupts several economies worldwide, particularly India’s, a new report by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) says that the greatest challenge faced by businesses across the globe has been keeping up cash flow to manage operations and staff, tide over supplier disruptions and gaining access to...

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Stepping out of the shadow of India’s malnutrition -Amartya Paul and Upasak Das

-The Hindu An immediate universalisation of the PDS, distribution of quality food items and community kitchens are a few solutions “School-er prarthana sabhar somoy hotat matha ghure pore jaoar ghotona hamesai ghotte dekhi amra. Beshirbhag khetrei ora mid-day-meal khete chaay naa, jiggesh korle bole pete byatha hochhe, Sir (There have been numerous instances during the prayer session in schools where we often observe students feeling sick and falling down out of dizziness....

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Experts warn against vaccinating frontline Health workers first -Anuja Susan Varghese

-The New Indian Express As the much-awaited vaccines to fight Covid-19 inch closer to realisation and production on a large scale, the Central and  state governments are gearing up to administer them en masse. KOCHI: As the much-awaited vaccines to fight Covid-19 inch closer to realisation and production on a large scale, the Central and  state governments are gearing up to administer them en masse.Who are to receive vaccinations first has been...

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Record 4,000 Weddings In Jaipur In A Week Amid Spike In Covid Cases -Harsha Kumari Singh

-NDTV.com The weddings - taking place at a time when the state reporting over 3,000 Coronavirus cases daily - has send jitters among Health officials. Jaipur: A record number of weddings will be held in Rajasthan from Wednesday until November 30 which is one of the more auspicious dates for wedding ceremonies in the Hindu calendar. State capital Jaipur alone is likely to witness a record 4,000 weddings during the period. The weddings...

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How the Privatization of Medicine in India Is Accelerating Its COVID-19 Death Toll -Yogesh Jain

-Newsclick.in Health care profiteering in COVID times. Spiraling Health care expenses in India have been pushing more than 55 million Indians into a state of abject poverty every year. COVID-19 has only worsened the trend for even more families—like Aghan Singh’s. To ensure that his sick mother received the best treatment, Singh, a self-employed motor mechanic in the small town of Bilaspur, in Chhattisgarh, India, decided to take her to a popular private...

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