Nirmala Sitharaman's economic package: Measures announced by govt to positively impact start-up ecosystem, says IAN
The slew of booster measures by the government will "positively impact" start-ups in the country, especially in sectors like social infrastructure, atomic energy and space exploration, by providing these fledgling organisations with a larger playing field and improving ease of business, according to Indian Angel Network
Coronavirus Outbreak: Not just the pandemic, democratic India is also leading an ideological war against China’s authoritarian system
China’s role as the source of the coronavirus crisis, its obfuscation, its weaponising of clout in global supply chains over critical medical equipment to further its geopolitical agenda and its rising influence bring us to the brink of a world order shaped increasingly by 'Beijing’s irresponsible hegemony'
Asia markets mostly up after Senate passes huge stimulus; investors breathe a sigh of relief at unprecedent $2 tn plan
Asian markets mostly rose though major indexes struggled after posting hefty gains this week.
Historic Fed boost fails to stop Wall Street's virus-driven sell-off; S&P 500 on pace for worst month since World War 2
Wall Street’s slide deepened on Monday as the rapidly spreading coronavirus forced more US states into lockdown, overshadowing unprecedented moves by the US Federal Reserve to shore up credit across the economy.
Donald Trump invokes emergency powers; signs relief plan which provides sick leave to workers with COVID-19, free virus tests
The Senate overwhelmingly passed a second coronavirus response bill, which Donald Trump signed Wednesday night. The vote was a lopsided 90-8 despite worries by many Republicans about a temporary new employer mandate to provide sick leave to workers who get COVID-19. The measure is also aimed at making tests for the virus-free.
'Not a racist remark': Donald Trump dubs coronavirus as 'Chinese virus' despite putting Asian Americans at risk of hate crimes
Asked why he keeps calling the coronavirus the 'Chinese virus' when scientists say the disease doesn't respect borders and is not caused by ethnicity, Donald Trump told reporters at the White House that he doesn't consider it a racist remark.