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The roll of FORO in pandemic panic
Mandatory bathroom fittings can wipe out future runs on toilet paper.
Don't forget us in coronavirus battle, say businesses in India's Dharavi slum
Dharavi, believed to be Asia's largest slum, has been hailed as...
Speed of building PMAY houses improved during pandemic: PM Modi
"The speed with which these houses were constructed is a record. The construc...
India's first 'toilet college' trains 3,200 sanitation workers
The college, set up in August 2018, is run by British consumer goods major Reckitt Benckiser.
Long working hours, low wages plague India's gold industry workers: Niti Aayog study
Titled " A Study on Socio-Economic And Working Conditions of worker's in Indian Gold Industry", it said that several workers expressed dissatisfaction regarding their wages for difficult work and long working hours particularly in the manufacturing segment.
There are 4 main consumption drivers in post-Covid India: Nielsen Global Connect
‘There is a combination of pent-up demand and real sustainable demand comes in.’
Herd immunity against coronavirus may be developing in Mumbai’s poorest areas
Several Mumbai slums have seen steep drops in infections in recent weeks after cases first erupted in April, even as India’s overall cases grow at the fastest pace globally. Credit has largely been given to the intensive containment measures officials implemented in the slums, like door-to-door health screenings and rapidly-erected quarantine facilities.
Modi one of world's best: US billionaire Ray Dalio praises PM for remarkable things
US billionaire and the co-chairman of Bridgewater Associates Ray Dalio, who praised Modi for doing some remarkable things, said: "What I’m most impressed about with Modi is how he has brought the country together by helping the full range of people, from those who are in abject poverty to rich business leaders."
Manufacturers intensifies health checks and sanitisation programmes amid surge in Covid cases
Companies such as Toyota Kirloskar, Bajaj Auto, JSW Steel and state-run SAIL have reported Covid-19 cases among employees. There have been reports of Covid cases at Maruti Suzuki and Hyundai, but the companies have not revealed any numbers. Health screening is a standard procedure across factories and offices. The companies are also intensifying sanitisation drives at their premises.
Toilet cleaner: India & Inc have found a new hit in PM Modi's 'Swachh Bharat' mission
Nearly 5 yrs into Swachh Bharat drive, 22.5% households now use toilet cleaners, compared with 10.4% in 2014.
Swachh Bharat Mission gets a lift from Garv’s smart, IoT-enabled toilets
Riding high on its range of IoT enabled toilets, this Faridabad-based social enterprise believes that by offering an integrated water, sanitation and hygiene solution, it will be able to help address a major challenge that the urban poor face.
Tackling transgender toilet troubles fairly: Is making gender neutral restrooms the only solution?
Female urinals have been proposed as a solution, but the problem is that few women can use them.
Coronavirus threat: India-Bangladesh passenger train services suspended
The Eastern Railway said services of Maitree and Bandhan Express trains will remain suspended from March 15 to April 15 or till further orders, whichever is earlier. The services of the two trains have been suspended as precautions being taken to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus, the ER official said.
View: GoI’s roadmap for India Inc to join the space economy can unleash many benefits
India now has a chance to become a leading nation in space economy, and the potential benefits are manifold.
How Dharavi, Asia’s densest slum, chased the virus has lessons for others
Till just a few weeks ago, the likely fate of Asia's densest slum was giving India nightmares.