As coronavirus cases surge, India looks at resources from S Korea, China, Germany
Indian missions in these three countries have been tasked to immediately identifying possible areas of cooperation and engage with relevant authorities for procurement of medical equipment and technology. The move comes as India saw rapid increase in number of positive coronavirus cases in the last few days.
Germany reports 44 new confirmed coronavirus cases
Fifteen of Germany's 16 federal states have now reported cases of the novel coronavirus, w...
Germany's Angela Merkel goes into quarantine after contact with infected doctor
Angela Merkel, 65, will continue her work from home and will ...
Germany aims to avoid any firm becoming insolvent due to coronavirus
"The government will do everything to support businesses and workers in this great economic challenge," Seibert told a regular government news conference.
Help us like you were helped after war, Italy's virus hit cities tell Germany
Nine European Union countries, including Italy, France and Spain, called last week for joint debt issuance to finance an economic recovery after the virus outbreak that seems certain to push the euro zone into a deep recession. Germany, the Netherlands, Finland and Austria opposed the proposal for so-called euro bonds.
Germany hits back over US virus vaccine interest
"Germany is not for sale," economy minister Peter Altmaier told broadcaster ARD, reacting to a front page report in Welt am Sonntag newspaper headlined "Trump vs Berlin".
Germany-based wind turbine maker Senvion signs pact to sell Indian entity
Last year, the Germany-based company had announced its decision to spin off Indian operations into a standalone and separate entity after it filed for insolvency in a German court.
Germany: 8 killed in Hanau shootings, police say
Eight people were killed in shootings in the German city of Hanau late Wednesday, officials said. A local broadcaster said the attacks took ...
Angela Merkel gives Germans a hard truth about the coronavirus
German chancellor Angela Merkel told reporters that she wanted to help people understand the breadth of the challenge posed by the rapidly spreading, still largely unknown virus. And she wanted to make clear that “we are not yet able to offer solutions in all areas." At the news conference Wednesday, Merkel did not make big promises.
Germany’s CDU to decide on Merkel successor in April
Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union was plunged into turmoil after her heir apparent, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, resigned as party leader this month over her supposed failure to stop regional lawmakers from cooperating with the far right.
Shades of Detroit? Germany's auto heartlands in peril as 'golden age' fades
A malaise in Germany's automobile industry has started to leave a wider mark on Europe's largest economy.
Covid-19 cripples Rs 2,000-crore Jalandhar sports industry
With the nationwide lockdown enforced to contain the spread of novel coronavirus, the manufacturers of sport items here are apprehensive about their future going ahead amid indications that the government might decide to further extend the lockdown in view of rising virus cases in several parts of the country.
A German exception? Why the country’s coronavirus death rate is low
One explanation for the low fatality rate is that Germany has been testing far more people than most nations. That means it catches more people with few or no symptoms, increasing the number of known cases but not the number of fatalities.
How countries are using technology to fight coronavirus
The technologies being used against the pandemic are raising questions about excessive surveillance.
Covid-19 fallout: Outrage breaks out in Germany as Adidas, H&M stop paying rents
Several policymakers have spoken against big corporations who are hiding behind the letter of the law to cut costs.
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