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Covid-19 impact: In south Rajasthan clinics, doctors see spike in TB and child malnutrition 22.10.2020 Scroll.in
Migrant workers’ families and communities continue to be fragile. Counselling, healthcare and supplementary nutrition is essential.
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Despite high court’s intervention, experts fear West Bengal may see Covid-19 surge during Durga Puja 21.10.2020 Scroll.in
While masks, hand hygiene and social distancing are essential, experts are sceptical about their practicability during the festival.
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Bihar’s migrant workers are returning to cities as rural employment schemes fall short 20.10.2020 Scroll.in
Many complain that payments under MGNREGS have been delayed for months.
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Migrant workers who were charged with rioting during lockdown are afraid to return to Gujarat 10.10.2020 Scroll.in
The state saw intense clashes between the police and labourers when, rendered jobless, homeless and hungry, they struggled to reach their homes.
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6 months on, migrants caught between hope and despair 5.10.2020 Rediff: News
Six months after the lockdown was imposed, two dozen migrant workers were interviewed across five villages of Prayagraj. As the economy opens up, most of them are either hunting for a job or desperately waiting for a phone call from their previous employers. But the bruises of the lockdown are still fresh in their minds. Somesh Jha reports.
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Delhi To Launch Anti-Air Pollution Campaign From October 5: Minister 1.10.2020 NDTV News - India-news
Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai on Thursday said the city government will launch a mega anti-air pollution campaign on October 5, and that a centre is being set up in Najafgarh to produce a...
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Despite all odds, Bharat to drive Maruti's sales 25.9.2020 Rediff: Business
Good sowing of kharif crops, better minimum support prices, and fewer Covid-19 cases (in villages) will help the rural growth story to continue, says Maruti.
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Only 0.33 per cent Indians have had COVID-19 22.9.2020 Rediff: News
'It might get worse. We don't really know what is it that is resulting in the high value of R now.'
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60% Indian kids go to school on foot: Survey 19.9.2020 India News | Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India - Times of India
Around 60% of students in India go to their schools on foot with the number being significantly higher in rural areas and for primary and upper primary students. Overall, more girls walk to school (62%) than boys (57.9%).
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Now that Covid-19 has spread to India’s villages, it must seek informal healthcare providers’ help 14.9.2020 Scroll.in
Training practitioners and creating a network of informed health workers with community trust could boost pandemic support in rural areas.
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1,200kg ganja seized from sheep pen in Kalaburagi 11.9.2020 Hubballi News, Latest Hubballi News Headlines & Live Updates - Times of India
When Bengaluru police detained autorickshaw driver Jnanasekhar 10 days ago and seized 2kg ganja from him in Seshadripuram limits, they were all set to dismiss him as small fry in the narcotics trade. But since he was supplying ganja to students, they decided to grill him more and his answers led to 1,200kg of ganja, hidden in a bunker in a sheepfold in Kalaburagi district.
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India's Virus Battle Could Weigh On Global Recovery 8.9.2020 NDTV News - Latest
The novel coronavirus seemed like a distant problem in Boisar, a small factory town about two hours from Mumbai, until Daniel Tribhuvan died.
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Tiny Maharashtra Village Offers Window Into India's Surging Covid Cases 4.9.2020 NDTV News - Latest
The quaint, sugarcane-growing village of Rajewadi in India's west did not have a single confirmed coronavirus case until mid-August. Now one in every four people there is positive for the virus, with...
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Many Taking Covid Lightly: This Village Offers Window Into India's Surge 4.9.2020 NDTV News - Latest
The quaint, sugarcane-growing village of Maharashtra's Rajewadi did not have a single confirmed coronavirus case until mid-August. Now one in every four people there is positive for the virus, with...
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The lockdown has hit jobs and savings of the urban middle class, but not their support for Modi 2.9.2020 Scroll.in
Middle-income workers and business owners in Mumbai, part of the BJP’s key voter base, are currently grappling with the impact of an unprecedented recession.
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Covid situation improving in metros: Govt sources 28.8.2020 Rediff: News
They said mortality rate in the country is still relatively low and that around 26 lakh people have recovered from the disease so far. Besides, active cases of coronavirus infection comprise around 21.90 per cent of the total cases.
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This worker from Jharkhand stayed back in Bengaluru to rescue bonded labourers during the lockdown 25.8.2020 Scroll.in
Nicholas Murmu worked on a construction site. He is now back home after an eventful year.
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Mahatma Gandhi refused to support general strikes in Bombay. A British newspaper editor took him on 21.8.2020 Scroll.in
Benjamin Horniman, the founding editor of ‘The Bombay Chronicle’, supported workers’ demands.
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Karnataka Redefines Containment Zone As Bengaluru Covid Cases Near 1 Lakh 20.8.2020 NDTV News - Latest
As Bengaluru approaches the one lakh mark of COVID-19 cases, the Karnataka government has re-defined containment zones - of which there are nearly 17,000 active ones in the state capital - and rules...
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COVID-19 is raging across the country 20.8.2020 Rediff: News
'Governments have neither any idea of the source of the infection, nor a grip on the disease.' 'Headline management will not work, not in this case,' observes Sunita Narain.
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