After a three-month hiatus, shooting for films, TV soaps and web series is set to resume with the Maharashtra government issuing guidelines to the effect. As producers, crew and actors take nervous steps to the studios, what practical issues are likely to plague them? What are the financial implications? Above all, will the pandemic give birth to a new era of storytelling?
The projected production volume of the industry is 70-80 percent this fiscal. This means no company will be eligible for incentives
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The move by some airlines from India to place record orders with Airbus and Boeing will now haunt them because the coronovirus pandemic has severely impacted passenger demand.
Atlas Cycles released an official letter stating "the workforce of Sahibabad Unit of the company will be laid off with effect from June 3, 2020, till adequate arrangement of funds is made".
Some of the agri interventions announced by the government are reformative and deep. We need similar re-engineering in the dairy policy.
Tourist-centric countries remain the hardest hit from global travel bans and it is highly unlikely that they will recover from this setback anytime soon.
The sector has been working against the tide to keep locked down citizens well-informed and well-entertained during the pandemic. With payment collections down 84 percent and consumers turning more value-conscious, the industry is fighting a tough battle.
While many airlines across the world have started with empty middle seats as the norm, India is not going ahead with the same, enabling airlines to sell all available seats, albeit with a price cap.
The COVID-19 effect on the Indian economy, coupled with some of the schemes launched by the government to contain the problem may actually cause another wave of bad loans in the Indian banking system. Warning signals are already visible.
With advertising revenues plummeting 70 percent in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, broadcasters are frantically scrambling for subscription revenues. They are demanding that digital payments be made mandatory for last-mile cable service providers. A seemingly simple request to heed to, here’s why subscription revenues remain elusive.
The helpless and hungry migrant workers have been treated worse than animals. Many states have treated them as if they were intruders from some foreign country.
BMS said they will take out a protest on May 20 to also oppose the decision of states like Rajasthan, Odisha, Goa, Punjab, Assam, and Maharashtra to increase work hours to 72 hours per week, which translates to 12 hours per day.
The countries that could see the highest death toll among children aged below 5 years are India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Brazil, Indonesia, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Congo and Uganda
There are compelling reasons why India needs to shed its conventional stand, inviting greater Chinese investment in the country – never mind the naysayers.
The founder of the Giving Back Foundation and mother of three recently launched her limited-series TV show to spread the message of resilience and optimism.
Is it possible to create a warm, intimate and hospitable dining experience by removing all touchpoints between the server, the chefs and the guests? How would social distancing work in smaller restaurants? The restaurant industry looks for answers and finds none.
A clash between a betrayed home buyer, an abandoned lender and a cash-strapped developer is imminent.
The Union health ministry has split 733 districts across India into red, orange, and green zones.
Even though corporates can settle disputes in courts, it is likely to take a long time due to pending cases. This, in turn, would escalate costs at a time all companies are looking at cost-cutting measures.
Analysts say dining out and ordering in will take very long to recover after the lockdown ends as consumer spending will be low due to salary cuts and job losses
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How healthcare and technology companies are joining hands to innovate for the war on Covid-19.
The coronavirus crisis has showcased these stores’ critical last-mile role and bared our inability to perceive and own them as businesses that can truly transform the economic landscape, if offered the opportunity to grow.
The law is a living organic thing and there are at least two reasons why those who have no money to honour their bills can remain optimistic.