In this special podcast, Moneycontrol's Opinion Editor Viju Cherian talks to Deputy Executive Editor Gaurav Choudhury and Dr Philip Mathew to find out the economic and medical aspects of the lockdown, and what to expect after April 14 when the lockdown ends. … [Read more...] about MC Special podcast | Coronavirus lockdown: What to expect in India after April 14
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Quibi is available in India for a 90-day free trial. The app can be downloaded from Apple App Store for iOS and Google Play Store on Android. After the free trial expires, users can subscribe to the service at Rs 669 per month for an ad-free experience. … [Read more...] about Short video streaming service Quibi comes to India; here’s what is on offer
Britannia Industries: The share was up 10 percent after the company partnered with Dunzo, an online delivery platform, to deliver its range of biscuits, croissants, ghee and dairy whitener, among others to its consumers.Time to show-off your poker skills and win Rs.25 lakhs with no investment. Register Now! … [Read more...] about Taking Stock: Biggest single-day gain, Sensex back above 30K; what should investors do?
When you place an order, be patient if items are out of stock, says Manal Kahi, who runs Eat Offbeat, a catering service in New York City with refugee cooks, which recently pivoted to delivering “stay at home” meal kits. “The best thing our customers can do to help and be ethical right now is to be flexible and understand that production and distribution are incredibly challenging, as we implement increasingly tough precautionary measures to protect our team and customers,” she says. “They can’t expect Amazon-level speed of service (although we do our best to compete).” … [Read more...] about What’s the most ethical way to get grocery delivery?
What’s the vaccine? The Bacillus Calmette–Guérin vaccine, which prevents tuberculosis, has been around for a century. It boosts the body’s immune system, and has been associated with reduced risk of a variety of bacterial, parasitic, and viral infections. Why the optimism? A preliminary study shows that countries with universal BCG vaccinations, such as Japan and South Korea, have infection and disease rates of COVID-19 as much as 100-fold lower than countries without universal vaccination policies, such as Italy, the Netherlands, and the United States. The elderly, who were vaccinated decades ago, may particularly benefit. What don’t we know? Correlation or causality. We don’t know why the infection rates differ. For example, it is possible that the differing infection rates are because of different mask-wearing and social distancing behaviors. (The term for this is “ecological fallacy.”) There is also no information … [Read more...] about Will a vaccination that you might already have protect against COVID-19? Here’s what we know