Impact of COVID-19 The COVID-19 pandemic continues to transform the growth of various industries; however, the immediate impact of the outbreak is varied. COVID-19 will have at Par impact on the facility management services market in India. As per Technavio’s pandemic-focused market research, market growth is likely to increase in 2021 as compared to 2020.
There is need to examine closely a string of ‘coincidences’, each of which has had the effect of delaying and in some cases reducing India’s prospects for emerging as the preferred alternative of choice to the PRC for production platforms. New Delhi: Not only the skills of the forensic investigator but keeping track of
Small and marginal farmers in the Muzaffarpur district of Bihar are making productive use of solar energy to reduce their losses and increase income, thanks to an innovative pay-per-use cooling service for perishable horticulture produce. June 7, 2021 Uma Gupta Oorja Development Solutions, a decentralized solar solutions provider, has launched solar-powered cold storage as a
Rajnish Wattas Former Principal, Chandigarh College of Architecture The current debate on the most significant urban renewal project of our nation since Independence — the redevelopment of the Central Vista — has, unfortunately, drifted away from substantive issues to the more emotive aspect of the process. Everyone is aghast at the visuals of a sea
Copyright 2021 PR Newswire. All Rights Reserved2021-05-27 NOVATO, Calif., May 27, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — SafetyChain Software, the leading plant management platform, has developed an expanded solution set in response to increasing customer requests to modernize other parts of their process manufacturing. The expanded set of modules is built on a new Case Management software framework called
<!–Uday Deb–> Museums are a peek into the history of a country, and in our case they are a reflection of one of the richest cultures of the world. Our national and state museums have a rich repository but suffer from extremely inept outreach facilities. The fabulous collection of artefacts in most Indian museums is
NEW DELHI (AP) — Doctors in India are fighting a fatal fungal infection affecting COVID-19 patients or those who have recovered from the disease amid a coronavirus surge that has driven the country’s fatalities to nearly 300,000. The life-threatening condition, known as mucormycosis, is relatively rare but doctors suspect that the sudden increase in the
Last year, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi told the United Nations his country would make enough COVID-19 vaccines “to help all humanity.” Now India is struggling to meet its own domestic needs for the shots amid a startling surge of infections. As the world’s largest maker of vaccines, India always was expected to play a
Doctors in India are fighting a fatal fungal infection affecting COVID-19 patients or those who have recovered from the disease amid a coronavirus surge that has driven the country’s fatalities to nearly 300,000. The life-threatening condition, known as mucormycosis, is relatively rare but doctors suspect that the sudden increase in the infection could further complicate
NEW DELHI – Doctors in India are fighting a fatal fungal infection affecting COVID-19 patients or those who have recovered from the disease amid a coronavirus surge that has driven the country’s fatalities to nearly 300,000. The life-threatening condition, known as mucormycosis, is relatively rare but doctors suspect that the sudden increase in the infection
Chandigarh, May 15 The Punjab government on Saturday said it will demand additional oxygen tankers from the Centre to speed up the supply chain of the life-saving gas in the state. Besides, Punjab has also expedited the process of procuring its own oxygen tankers from different parts of the country and abroad, said Chief Secretary
by Amandeep Sandhu | May 10, 2021 Every morning, I wake up in my home in a middle-class locality in Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of India, and heave a sigh of relief. I do not have temperature; my oximeter readings are normal. For the last 14 days, my city and state have been under lockdown.
Ajay BanerjeeTribune News ServiceNew Delhi, May 9 The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) announced on Sunday that the Covid-care facility at Rakab Ganj Gurdwara opens May 10 and will have 400 beds to mark the 400th anniversary of Guru Tegh Bahadur. It will all facilities, complete with oxygen concentrators, doctors, paramedics and own ambulances.
Thursday, May 6, 2021 Office of Press Relations firstname.lastname@example.org Through a massive mobilization effort, the U.S. Government is delivering on its commitment to stand with the people of India as they fight a devastating second wave of COVID-19. Over the past week, the U.S. government rapidly deployed six planeloads of life-saving supplies to New Delhi
Gautam Mohanka, managing director of New Delhi-headquartered Gautam Solar, told pv magazine its Haridwar module factory, now scaled up to 250 MW, is producing panels with a power output of up to 400 W, using mono PERC and polycrystalline cells. May 3, 2021 Uma Gupta The manufacturer said it may produce 500 W-plus modules in future. Gautam
LT Foods, a 70-year-old global food company has partnered with Humankind Group USA (HKG) to develop commercial-scale biomass plants in India. The two companies will seek to develop biomass facilities that recycle rice paddy straw into green energy and bio-fertiliser in India under its Environment Sustainability Programme. Air pollution in India is among the highest
CHENNAI, India — With Covid-19 infecting over 300,000 Indians every day, start-ups and entrepreneurs have been raising funds and resources needed to deal with the pandemic. Now, Indian-American Big Tech leaders have added their might to the fight. U.S. search engine giant Google announced INR 135 crore ($18 million) on April 26 to help India combat
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk wants the federal government to halt all flights from India as the COVID-19 outbreak there worsens. Cabinet’s national security committee will meet on Tuesday to discuss harsher further measures and decide on assistance for the ailing country. Ms Palaszczuk said all inbound flights from India must be suspended to protect Australia