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West Bengal government appoints Shubhanjan Das, as Additional Secretary Health department

In a recent bureaucratic decision slated out by the Government of West Bengal, IAS officer Shubhanjan Das is appointed as the Additional Secretary, Health Department of the state.

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Reverse Migration Can Spur Housing Demand in Tier 2 & 3 Cities Post COVID-19: Anarock Report

• Lucknow, Indore, Chandigarh, Kochi, Coimbatore, Jaipur & Ahmedabad likely to see reverse migration from off-rostered urban professionals • NRIs looking to return to India amidst dwindling job prospects - particularly from US & Europe (nearly 70% global cases) • Currently, top 7 cities account for almost 70% residential market; remaining 30% in Tier 2 & 3 cities • Social distancing norms to increase per capita office space allocations (reduced from 100-125 sq. ft. in the last decade to 75-100 sq. ft. pre-COVID-19)

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T-Hub Launches its Academic Membership Initiative ‘T-Tribe’ to Promote Innovation in Indian Academic Institutions

● Ideated by T-Hub, T-Tribe will benefit academic institutions, students and budding entrepreneurs. ● T-Hub aims to train colleges with incubation or e-cells and provide them with mentorship as well as exposure to the domestic and global incubation and innovation ecosystem.

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EESL’s JV becomes the fastest-growing Indian owned company in the UK

EPAL ranked at the top among the 842 Indian-UK companies by a Grant Thornton & CII tracker

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Empowering Asia’s health care sector in the battle against COVID-19

The response to the COVID-19 pandemic is stretching health care systems across the Asia Pacific region and around the world. The infrastructure and supply chains of health care providers are being challenged, and our health care front-liners work tirelessly to provide treatment and support in a time of unprecedented demand for patient care.

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What Happened to Our Great Cities?

What is common to all the urban centers is their high density. Population density is determined by the number of residents who live within a given land area – usually a mile or kilometer. It is this high density that has contributed to the rise of these cities as economic hubs, cultural centers offering immense opportunities to diverse sets of people from everywhere, writes Author, Speaker and Urban Sociologist, Dr. Binti Singh.

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COVID 19: NDMC collecting door to door household waste from quarantine home for disposal in scientific manners.

With the aim to the collection of highly infected covid19 waste from quarantine houses and its proper disposal in a scientific manner, New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) has made a mechanism to collect household waste from door to door of quarantine home in which covid19 related person or patients are residing in the area of its jurisdiction.

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Tamilnadu Association of SEZ Infrastructure Developers (TASID) seeks reforms for SEZ sector

Pushes for the integration of SEZ Online with Customs ICEGATE system ~Incentivize Foreign Supply Chains to relocate into SEZs

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FM Throws Lifelines to Real Estate, NBFCs/HFCs

Yesterday's announcement is much in line with the government’s aim to spur economic growth and build a ‘self-reliant’ India. In the first of the series of announcements the FM will make over the next few days, the real estate sector, NBFCS/HFCs and MSMEs got a major boost on day one.

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3 Ways Real Estate Sector Can Be Revived Post COVID 19

To ensure the business continuity, sector seeks for loan packages for immediate operability post lockdown; bring sales velocity to the unsold inventory by leveraging digital channels and creating new projects which score high on health and wellness.

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