THE SUNDAY GUARDIAN

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In long run, US, not China, is best bet

Abraham M. Denmark, Director of Asia Center, Woodrow Wilson Center, speaks to The Sunday Guardian. The fear of a corona...

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‘PM Modi has a tremendous opportunity to drive reforms agenda’

Mukesh Aghi, President & CEO, US-India Strategic Partnership Forum, says India has a superb services industry. Global markets and stocks...

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Universal participation of citizens against Covid-19

Disturbing and appalling scenes have been unfolding on television screens across the country in the last few days, with the...

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Chhattisgarh acted early to take on virus: Baghel

CM Bhupesh Baghel says cautious tribals stopped ‘Murga Ladai’ for the first time. Raipur: The whole country is struggling with...

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Premier League to push players for 30% wage cut

The clubs will consult with their players over a proposed 30% reduction in wages and the suspended season will resume...

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Federer and Williams running out of Grand Slam opportunities

  “The middle players are kind of stuck, and the older players like Serena Williams and Roger Federer, time is...

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‘In constant touch with foreign boards’

Both the BCCI  and the IPL franchises are keeping fingers crossed in order to have a full season of the...

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Private labs start Covid-19 testing amid stringent regulations

New Delhi: With the Central government allowing 51 private laboratories to conduct Covid-19 tests across the country, stringent regulations have...

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Why US hospitals see promise in plasma from new coronavirus patients

Doctors say protocols, such as dosage, are still uncertain for COVID-19 patients, but they believe the method is worth trying,...

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Britain set for long lockdown as death toll rises to 4,313

Britain’s death toll from the coronavirus rose by 20% to 4,313 by Friday afternoon with 708 new fatalties recorded. Britain...

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China mourns those dead in country’s coronavirus epidemic

 In Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province and the epicentre of the outbreak, all traffic lights in urban areas turned...

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New York in ‘race against time’ as face masks termed voluntary

Concerns grow over crippling scarcities of personal protective gear for health workers.  Two of the principal US coronavirus hot spots...

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NGOs, private individuals do their bit to help the poor

They are feeding lakhs of vulnerable citizens facing the brunt of the virus outbreak.   New Delhi: Non-government organisations (NGOs)...

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The way astrology views the coronavirus

It is important to keep in mind the old saying, “This too shall pass.” We need to keep our hopes...

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Who is left to pick the pieces?

Inspiration is the springboard for creativity. Elusive as it may be in nature, it propels a person from apathy to...

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Inside Tokyo’s decision to delay the Olympics

A fatal miscalculation by Japanese and IOC officials occured in gauging public sentiment at a time of heightened fears over...

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European clubs facing existential threat over coronavirus

Domestic football around the continent has been suspended, possibly for months, and European club finals postponed in the wake of...

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Use Covid-19 threat as opportunity

Covid-19 has wreaked havoc across the globe, not only by bringing disease and death to hundreds of thousands of people,...

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ICC postpones World Cup qualifiers

India to host next year’s T20 World Cup and the 50-overs event in 2023. As many as eight events will...

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Coronavirus brings ‘Maximum City’ Mumbai to a halt

Mumbai, India’s financial capital, also known as the City of Dreams, thanks to its flourishing Hindi film industry, never stops...

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What we don’t yet know about the coronavirus

Younger people, while less vulnerable, can still develop COVID-19 severe enough to require hospitalization.    It has been only three...

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U.S. cases surpass 100,000 as doctors cope with shortages

A historic $2.2 trillion coronavirus bill was passed in US House on Friday.   The sum of known coronavirus US...

Kapil Arora

Five secrets that can make you a winner

5 Secrets; By Kapil Arora; Kindle edition, Rs 149 Corporate world honcho Kapil Arora’s new book, 5 Secrets, is the latest edition...

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India needs an economic stimulus of Rs 5 lakh crore plus

We must take stock of the economic losses in different sectors and announce a stimulus package that will help citizens...