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Uday Sampath Kumar

Experts urge India's richest state to gear up for third wave of COVID-19

Jun 18 2021

BENGALURU Health officials in India's richest state have urged authorities to step up preparations against a possible third wave of coronavirus infections, they said on Friday, as lockdowns eased less than a month after a surge that killed thousands.

Taj Mahal reopens for tourists as India eases COVID-19 curbs

Jun 16 2021

BENGALURU (Reuters) -The Taj Mahal reopened to the public on Wednesday as India, still reeling from a disastrous second wave of the pandemic, pushes to lift restrictions in a bid to revitalise its economy.

India gingerly eases coronavirus rules as new cases dip to two-month low

Jun 14 2021

NEW DELHI (Reuters) -Many Indian states eased coronavirus restrictions on Monday including the capital Delhi, where authorities allowed all shops and malls to open, as the number of new infections dropped to the lowest in more than two months.

RPT-EXCLUSIVE-Paytm, MakeMyTrip, Infosys offer to help India with COVID vaccine bookings

Jun 10 2021

BENGALURU, June 10 Paytm, Infosys and MakeMyTrip are among companies seeking approval in India to provide online COVID-19 vaccine bookings, the head of the government's tech platform said, as the country tries to make it easier for its huge population to book shots.

EXCLUSIVE-Paytm, MakeMyTrip, Infosys offer to help India with COVID vaccine bookings

Jun 10 2021

BENGALURU, June 10 Paytm, Infosys and MakeMyTrip are among companies seeking approval in India to provide online COVID-19 vaccine bookings, the head of the government's tech platform said, as the country tries to make it easier for its huge population to book shots.

Home Depot guarded on future demand after bumper first-quarter sales

May 18 2021

(Reuters) -Home Depot Inc on Tuesday cautioned it was difficult to predict how its business would be impacted by a potential change in shopping habits in the coming months as the reopening of the U.S. economy threatens to slow a pandemic-fueled sales boom. | Video

Second-hand apparel retailer ThredUp's bigger loss shreds shares

May 12 2021

(Reuters) -Online second-hand apparel retailer ThredUp Inc on Wednesday posted a bigger-than-expected quarterly loss in its first report as a public company and warned of clothing budgets remaining constrained even as the U.S. economy reopens.

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