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Hotel covid demand rising
Economic & FinanceTravel

Hotels Covid Learnings: Fueling the Upcycle as Demand Continues to Surge

In the hotel sector, the covid pandemic hit hard causing travel to halt. However, these hardships led to some necessary cost rationalization by improving digital efficiencies, which is helping the hotels industry grow faster and surge its demand. The sector has grown for the last four quarters due to a recovery in leisure and business

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Long covid pushed into more debt
Banking & InsuranceEconomic & FinanceFacts & CommentHealth & WellnessPersonal Finance

Long Covid’s Scar on the Credit Industry

It may be around three years now since the start of the COVID lockdowns but, in financial terms, they are still having a huge impact on many of us. Covid affects almost 38% of people falling in to debt; majority of the credit card holder – Credit card payments are still in due. That’s not

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fourth wave of coronavirus more dangerous
Health & WellnessHealthcare & FiscalPharma & Healthcare

Here is why fourth wave of coronavirus infection is more dangerous

In this time the coronavirus infection is spreading rapidly and it affects the young population more. Its symptoms are high fever, body aches etc. This is the fourth wave of coronavirus infection that spreads so fast. The fourth wave of coronavirus is more dangerous The fourth wave of coronavirus is more dangerous than the first.

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Social distancing
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Can we really do justice to “Social Distancing” in India?

Ramesh is a car driver and his wife is a domestic helper in Delhi. Both have been living in Delhi for the past 13 years (from Jharkhand) to earn their living. They have three children who go to government schools. The family stays in a slum area in Delhi and shares a common bathroom with

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Migrant labourers suffering most during Covid-19 lockdown
PoliticsState & Urban

When the nation goes for a lockdown, who suffers the most

The Prime Minister of India had declared a lockdown of 21 days starting 25th March with a view to curb and stop the pandemic at this stage. While it was a relief when he declared that the basic commodities would be available like chemists, hospitals, groceries, milk booths would remain open for the ease of

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