India’s paradox: Rapid tech strides but poor record on infectious diseases

Besides exposing the rickety healthcare system and abysmally low public spending on the sector over the decades, the cor...

Tourism in India takes a hit as people defer travel plans on Coronavirus fear

Sadasivam M, a government authorised tourist guide in Mamallapuram (Mahabalipuram), the heritage site in Tamil Nadu, get...

Kerala fishers on rough seas as coronavirus outbreak hits exports

As the summer season starts, the fishers in Kerala make a brisk business through the sale of shrimp and crabs to US, Chi...

Fall in Chinese exports: India’s paper industry feels the heat of coronavirus

N. Sathish, an employee of a company that manufactures auto spare parts, in Chennai, was taken by surprise when he learn...

Coronavirus weighs down chilli farmers, granite traders in AP, Telanagana

With Chinese markets remaining closed amid the coronavirus outbreak, commodity exports from Andhra Pradesh and Telangana...

Coronavirus outbreak keeps Chinese yarn, raw materials off Tirupur shelves

The Indian textile industry braces for a tough time ahead as traders face a double blow with both the imports and export...

Why coronavirus should teach Indian economy the art of self-reliance

Economists say India’s over-dependence on China with lack of competitiveness in key sectors have led to unfair trade relations. They opine the current situation provides ample opportunity for India to expand its manufacturing base within the country and provide a greater push for ‘Make in India’ initiative.
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