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Devjyot Ghoshal

RPT-INSIGHT-More patients than beds in Mumbai as India faces surge in virus cases

26 May 2020

MUMBAI/NEW DELHI, May 25 When Manit Parikh's mother tested positive for the new coronavirus, she was rushed by ambulance to Mumbai's private Lilavati Hospital, but officials told the family no critical-care beds were available.

More patients than beds in Mumbai as India faces surge in virus cases

25 May 2020

MUMBAI/NEW DELHI When Manit Parikh's mother tested positive for the new coronavirus, she was rushed by ambulance to Mumbai's private Lilavati Hospital, but officials told the family no critical-care beds were available.

India to help migrant workers leave cities, but infections mount

19 May 2020

NEW DELHI/BHUBANESWAR India will run more special trains and buses to allow millions of distressed migrant workers to leave big cities, the federal government said on Tuesday, as concerns grew in some states over rising infections from those returning home.

India's capital reopens public transport as nearby Chinese-owned factory is hit by outbreak

18 May 2020

NEW DELHI India's capital New Delhi and some other state governments ordered the re-opening of public transport on Monday in a further easing of a nearly two-month coronavirus shutdown.

Outbreak at Chinese-owned factory shows challenges of easing India's lockdown

18 May 2020

NEW DELHI, May 18 Chinese smartphone maker OPPO suspended operations at a recently re-opened plant in India after workers tested positive for the coronavirus, an official said on Monday, underlining the challenges of easing a near two-month nationwide lockdown.

Delayed survey data blurs India's coronavirus picture

15 May 2020

NEW DELHI India has lost two weeks in its bid to get a picture of the spread of the coronavirus in its population because of poor Chinese testing kits, a member of a national task force said, complicating a decision on opening up from a lockdown.

India's plans airlift for 400,000 stranded abroad by virus travel restrictions

06 May 2020

NEW DELHI India will begin flights on Thursday to bring home some 400,000 citizens stranded overseas by travel restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic, prompting some worries over the risk that imported infections could fuel contagion in the country.

A FONDO-En la ciudad del Taj Mahal, la segunda oleada del virus trae señales de advertencia

04 May 2020

AGRA, India, 4 mayo El 25 de febrero, un día después de que el presidente de Estados Unidos Donald Trump y su esposa Melania posaran para fotos en el exterior del Taj Mahal durante una visita oficial a la India, Sumit Kapoor regresó a su casa, cerca del monumento indio, después de un viaje a Italia.

Police clash with crowds as India eases coronavirus curbs

04 May 2020

AHMEDABAD/NEW DELHI Indian police fired tear gas at a crowd of protesting migrant workers in Gujarat and launched baton charges against hundreds of people queuing at liquor stores in New Delhi, even as the first steps were being taken to relax a coronavirus lockdown.

A FONDO-En la ciudad del Taj Mahal, la segunda oleada del virus trae señales de advertencia

04 May 2020

AGRA, India, 4 may El 25 de febrero, un día después de que el presidente de Estados Unidos Donald Trump y su esposa Melania posaran para fotos en el exterior del Taj Mahal durante una visita oficial a la India, Sumit Kapoor regresó a su casa, cerca del monumento indio, después de un viaje a Italia.

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