They have been able to help some of their neighbors stay afloat by delivering fresh eggs, organic Desiree potatoes, locally milled spelt and rye flour, grass-fed beef and other products from other farms. This week, they will start taking orders for an assortment of cheeses, including some from other female cheesemakers around the country. These Victory Boxes, which can be shipped nationally, are part of a larger effort to help small cheesemakers and dairy farmers. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus impact | Your kitchen can be as well stocked as restaurants now
Executive order 13672
Several northeastern states including Nagaland – that now has more than 100 coronavirus patients -- decided to continue operating under existing lockdown restrictions imposed to contain the spread of the deadly novel coronavirus. This meant Nagaland will continue to be under lockdown until further notice, with very little relaxations being introduced. … [Read more...] about Unlock 1.0 rules for Nagaland: What is allowed, what is not
By no chance is this list of anti-COVID gear a final one either. According to Rajiv Nath, Coordinator of the COVID PPE Support Group, which is working with the Department of Pharmaceuticals, “this list is a dynamic one, which changes every two weeks.” One thing is for certain. Most of these goods were imported not too long ago. Now they are wholly indigenous. … [Read more...] about From PPE kits to sanitisers to ventilators, COVID-19 has sparked off an indigenous cottage industry boom
While RBI washes its hands off the AT1 Bond fiasco citing the rule book, the pertinent question is this: What possible recourse is now left for investors, especially retailers who are allegedly victims of misselling by Yes Bank executives who sold these bonds as ‘Super FDs’. When the regulator appeals the court ‘not to interfere’ in the case, where will they go to get justice? … [Read more...] about Banking Central: RBI ko gussa kyon aata hai?