And if my action in announcing something is going to prompt just this, let me first send out all the reassurances that grocery stores will be open. The government has said that, but if you read the actual notification, it doesn’t say how groceries will get to homes. There are some vague references to it being delivered. That sounds to me like a horrendous task to take on if state capacity is limited... delivering groceries to 1.3 billion people. Instead, rely on people going and doing the right thing. So, you say, ‘grocery stores are going to be open and here are the rules under which people can go and buy groceries. Grocery stores can decide for themselves if they wish to be open 24 hours. We will allow a maximum of so many people per square foot. We are counting on the grocery stores themselves to maintain this for their own health. We will encourage everyone not to go in a group.’ You can specify all of this ahead of time and reassure people that there’s … [Read more...] about How can India contain the economic impact of COVID-19?
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If you are thinking it is a normal testing kit then you may be wrong. This is because the kit has enhanced the detection time of the virus. Before this, the testing kits used by doctors in India were imported and took more than six to seven hours to detect if a person is infected from the virus or not. Moreover, the price of the imported kits was somewhere around 4,500 INR. But the kits designed by Bhosale and her team costs 1,200 INR. … [Read more...] about Minal Dakhave Bhosale: The Woman Behind India’s First COVID-19 Test Kit
Till last month, the elite club of India’s chief executives had a long list of woes — slowing sales, weak consumer demand, credit crisis, GST rates, digital disruption, policy flip-flops and rising global trade barriers. Overnight, the onslaught of Covid-19 has decluttered their vision and given them a devastatingly focused business perspective — one that is centred on survival. Take, for instance Ajay Bijli, chairman of PVR Ltd, which saw 800 of its multiplexes shutting overnight. “What business worry can I have when everything is in a lockdown and there’s nothing you can do about it?” he asks, stoically. As Covid-19 scare shuts the world down for business, corporate honchos are worried about the well-being of their employees and their business. Lemon Tree chairman Patu Keswani says about the enormity of the challenge: “In a high-contact business like hotels, how do you ensure your employees and guests are not exposed to this highly … [Read more...] about Covid-19: Anxieties, life hacks and takeaways from India’s CEOs who are navigating uncharted territory
Though ordinarily the Community Day exclusive move, Ancient Power, isn't amazing by any stretch, it will be one of the first to offer the new 'stat boost' feature - where it has the chance to raise the user's Attack and Defense for the duration of that match. How effective this will be is unknown, but it's well worth unlocking in case it is, even if you aren't a collector - remember you can always TM over it later! … [Read more...] about Pokémon Go Community Day: March time and date, plus all previous Community Day Pokémon and moves listed
Ventilator 3: at other end we are working on an automated version of the Bag Valve Mask ventilator (commonly known as Ambu bag). We hope to have a Proto ready in 3 days for approval. Once proven this design will be made available to all for manufacturing. @PMOIndia @MahindraRise … [Read more...] about Coronavirus pandemic | M&M to manufacture indigenous ventilators for Rs 7,500