View: Coronavirus conflict is World War 3
The situation is more ambiguous with the ongoing World War Three conflict with the COVID-19 which has just in the last four to five months claimed 312,000 lives and infected 4.64 million. Conventional wisdom has it that the coronavirus started in the wet food markets of the Chinese city of Wuhan where wild fauna like bats were being bought and sold.
Germany tries to stop US from luring away firm seeking coronavirus vaccine
On its website, CureVac said CEO Daniel Menichella early this mont...
German economy shrinks 2.2 per cent in 1st quarter as virus hits
The figures from the Federal Statistical Office offered a first glimpse of t...
Air India cancels flights to Italy, France, Germany, 3 other countries till April 30
This decision has been taken in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. The carrier has already cancelled flights to Kuwait.
How European economic major Germany nixed Chinese plans on Kashmir in UNSC
ET has learnt that Germany advocated that there has been improvement on the ground situation in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir and that there was no necessity to call another meeting of UNSC on the matter.
Postponing the Olympic Games: It's complicated
Much depends on the length of any postponement but shoehorning an Olympics into what is already a packed sporting calendar in 2021, for example, will be a logistical nightmare for both athletes, administrators and broadcasters.
Athletes returning from high-risk COVID-19 affected nations will be quarantined: Rijiju
Spelling out the protocol for athletes arriving from the most-affected countries China, South Korea, Iran, Italy, Spain, France and Germany, Rijiju said they will have to follow what has been mandated for everyone else.
The Covid Riddle: Why does the virus wallop some places and spare others?
In Indonesia, thousands are believed to have died. Nearby, Malaysia has kept fatalities to about 100.
Graphite India jumps 5% on resuming operations at plants in West Bengal, Maharashtra
The stock hit a 52-week high of Rs 458.70 and low of Rs 103.
It's humanity against the virus, British PM tells COVID-19 global summit
The Coronavirus Global Response International Pledging Conference was co-hosted by the UK and eight other countries and organisations including Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Norway, Saudi Arabia, and the European Commission.
India may surpass Germany to become fourth-largest economy in 2026: Report
Japan, Germany and India will battle for third position in the world economy over the next 15 years.
Back to business: Production resumes at Volkswagen's Wolfsburg plant
Around 8,000 employees are returning to the production halls.
Pfizer aims for 10-20 mln doses of coronavirus vaccine by end-2020 depending on trials
"Of course we need to see and wait to see how the vaccine's efficacy and safety is demonstrated, hopefully in the coming months," Nanette Cocero, the global head of Pfizer Vaccines, said on a conference call.
German company begins testing possible vaccine
BioNTech said in a statement that in a next step, it will begin increasing the dose of BNT162 in a trial involving about 200 participants aged 18 to 55. The company said it expects to receive regulatory approval to begin trials in the United States soon.
India's COVID-19 doubling rate slower, mortality rate lower than US, Italy, Spain, UK
The rate at which COVID-19 cases has been doubling in India is slower than several other countries such as the USA, Italy, Spain and the UK which have been hit hard by the pandemic.