COVID Lockdown Made Indian Billionaires 35% Richer as Rest of the Country Faced Employment Cutbacks: Oxfam Report
By: Sashwata Saha
The report also points out that the profits made by the top 11 billionaires during the pandemic can sustain the MNREGS and the national public health structure for a decade.
Unprecedentedly, the turf struggle has seen the professors seeking government intervention. The IIMs are known for their distaste of government interference.
CEO Sundar Pichai wrote in his blog that $100 million would be slated for NGOs such as the WHO and the remainder for health agencies working with underserved communities.
By: Tina Agarwal
While Section 354 of the IPC entails a minimum of one-year imprisonment for sexual assault, the POCSO Act entails minimum imprisonment of three years. [...]
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