Exhibitors make zero profit as Covid-19 hits hard

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, exhibitors are going through a rough patch as they make zero profits. Vapi- Exhibitors across India, serious challenges during the Covid-19 pandemic.  They are finding it difficult to get permission to display their products. With high rents and not enough response from the customers, it makes it even more difficult […]

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Disposable utensils make a comeback

Food-stall owners are using disposable utensils to minimize contact with customers and ensure safety from coronavirus. Indore: Food-stall owners, who earlier used steel plates and glass tumblers, can now be seen serving food and beverages in plastic and paper disposables to ensure safety from COVID-19. The leniency of the authorities in collecting fines has contributed […]

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Furniture Stores Struggle to Compete with Online WFH culture

In-store furniture shop owners say they have been struggling to get back on their feet post-lockdown. DELHI- Furniture sales have declined due to the work-from-home (WFH) culture caused by the pandemic, say store owners.  Tarun Juyal, whose family has a 55-year-old furniture retail business in Delhi, said, “Overall, the sales have declined by 40 – […]

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Trekking Companies See a Boost Post Lockdown

Travelers choose to get away after the ease of restrictions. Jaipur: Trekking companies are seeing a surge in their clients after government eased travelling restrictions.Trekking has emerged as a safe option for  people who want to travel solo or in private groups. Gaurav, an employee of Riding Solo Company said, “During the lockdown we were […]

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Prepaid auto drivers at Cuttack station lose money

Income of prepaid service auto drivers at Cuttack Railway Station has been affected as most trains are cancelled due to the pandemic. Cuttack: Auto drivers of Cuttack railway station’s prepaid service are facing financial losses. Their income has been affected as most passenger trains have been cancelled due to the pandemic. . Sangram Singh, a […]

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FSSAI Project did not reach us: Street Food Vendors in Kolkata

Street food vendors say they have not been given any training on how to maintain hygiene.  Kolkata: Multiple street food vendors said that the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India’s (FSSAI) Project Clean Street Food is not carried out well in Kolkata during the Covid-19 pandemic.  Several pani puri vendors were seen selling food […]

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Lockdown delays cancer treatment, patients suffer

Many cancer patients missed their chemotherapy cycles during the lockdown and have faced adverse effects on their health. Lucknow – Doctors say many cancer patients have missed their chemotherapy cycles during the lockdown. This has left them with adverse side effects and have pushed their treatment back to square one. A lot of them faced […]

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Residential complexes struggle with COVID-19 waste disposal

With Karnataka generating over 1,300 tons of Covid-19 waste, safe disposal of bio-medical waste has continued to pose a challenge in Bangalore. Bengaluru: Waste management in residential complexes has become even more challenging with an increase in bio-medical waste due to Covid-19, say members of complexes responsible for the task.  Joint-Secretary of Sandeep Vihar, Residential […]

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Food Catering Businesses Hit Rock Bottom due to Covid-19

Food catering businesses in Jaipur are finding it difficult to recover from losses post lockdown. Jaipur: Food catering orders have reduced due to a decrease in social events and weddings in the city. Several caterers have not re-opened their businesses even after ease of restrictions.  Narendra Singh from Ambika Caterers said their business is still […]

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