Interest for coronavirus-related queries dropped during the month.
The surge in cash transactions is said to be due to the lockdown, where depositors are withdrawing cash for meeting essential needs.
Both private and government offices have been allowed to resume operations, meaning more people are hitting the streets now.
In this edition of Business Insight, we take a look at safety measures needed at workplaces to stave off the threat of COVID-19.
Here are some guidelines on preventive measures to follow to contain the spread of COVID-19 in workplace settings
Delivery of non-essential items is still prohibited in areas marked as containment zones.
As India entered its fourth phase of lockdown that began on May 18, several states eased the curbs to open up key economic activities in almost all areas except in the containment zones or high-risk locations.
Lockdown 4.0 has begun with more relaxations in tow. Moneycontrol's Sakshi Batra shares her insight on how this lockdown is different from all other lockdowns.
India is under lockdown since March 24. On May 17, Centre extended the nationwide lockdown easing the restriction in the fourth phase. Here is the guidelines to follow during the lockdown.
The updated MHA guidelines for lockdown 4.0 gives individual states the authority to a take a call on allowing e-commerce delivery of non-essential items like smartphones, laptops in all areas, except for containment zones.
FM outlines a tranche of the contours of India’s massive Rs 20 lakh crore fiscal stimulus announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.