19 Jul 2020 7:58:29 PM Class of 2020, Kolkata
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Since the pandemic was declared in March, Indian media houses have dismissed over 1,200 editorial employees across the board. Circulation issues, drying advertisements and an immature online market - the three silver bullets that took down the behemothic Indian media long before COVID-19 did - are delivering the final blow.

17 Jul 2020 Class of 2020, Kolkata

Amid the pandemic with revenues at an all-time low, India's State-owned airline proposed a 60 per cent pay cut to its pilots even as executives take negligible cuts. [...]

16 Jul 2020 Kolkata
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The death by drowning numbers went up to 71 today as the Assam State Disaster Management Authority issues today? notifications. [...]

16 Jul 2020 Class of 2020, Kolkata

Two weeks after Prasar Bharati threatened to cancel its subscription over 'anti-national' reporting, the Centre has now slapped the news agency with a Rs. 84.5 crore bill for allegedly defaulting on office land payment.

10 Jul 2020 Class of 2020, Kolkata

The rescued boys claimed that the manager forced them to drink liquor, sexually harassed them and beat them up. [...]

10 Jul 2020 Class of 2020, Kolkata
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UP police claim that Dubey tried to escape by shooting at officers and was killed in the process. [...]

09 Jul 2020 Class of 2020, Kolkata
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The Kerala government has deployed a commando unit in Thiruvananthapuram's Poonthura village citing local transmission behind the rising number of coronavirus cases. [...]

09 Jul 2020 Class of 2020, Kolkata

Even though less than 10% of the current COVID-19 patients around the country are dependent on oxygen cylinders, demand for the gas continues its upward shift as states gear up for a surge in the number of positive cases soon. [...]

07 Jul 2020 Class of 2020, Kolkata
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As the COVID-19 crisis worsens in India, ASHA workers across the country continue to fight on the frontline. The government does not provide them enough PPEs and their equipment is grossly maladjusted; their meagre salaries do not get credited on time. And yet, they fight on. [...]

04 Jul 2020 Class of 2020, Kolkata

While Maharashtra continues to show the most number of COVID-19 positive cases daily, active cases in Bengaluru shot up to 7,250 on July 4.