India did the opposite of preparing for the second wave. It declared the war won and disengaged. But with the enemy still lurking around, complacency turned out to be an invitation to indiscriminate slaughter.
Klopp seems to have failed Liverpool to hold onto its Premier League Title but injuries worsened the situation.
Since the lockdown, the gaming and e-sports industry has grown by leaps and bounds. The trend is set to continue into 2021.
Far from regaining any momentum, non-essential businesses in cities around the world are facing the prospect of shutting down again due to second waves of coronavirus outbreak.
The Indian economy may be facing its biggest crisis yet. Its foundations, however, remain robust. Despite short-term setbacks, India’s sterling performance over the last decade and recently introduced policy reforms should have a synergistic effect on growth in 2021-22.
The last few weeks, we have seen poignant images of migrants going back to their homes with whatever ways and means they could – on foot, in buses and now in trains. The estimates on current migration vary from 50 lakhs to 3 crores (1). The very fact that there is a wide range in the numbers shows the brazen neglect our migrant population has faced.
Pansari Group began its foray into the world of the grocery business in 1962 with a single shop aiming to serve people with the best quality products and a dream of creating our own identity.
Quantivier, an organization with interests in shared mobility, business consulting, lifestyle, and philanthropy has refused to be bogged down despite being severely hit by the crisis.
Interview with Vinay Bhartia, India Head, Lark communications on the companies vision and strategy for business in the post-pandemic world