Malaysia has been under total lockdown since March 18. But people (who could afford to) had started staying at home as much as possible since early March. Notes from a writer who chose to move in to the city at an unusual time, in the last week of February
During the pan-India lockdown, with no transport and bare minimum labour, the pandemic has disrupted operations for the food sector.
These startups have stuck their necks out, innovated and made the fight against coronavirus a common goal
A writer navigates the evolving definition of 'the new normal', confronted by a sapped, still version of the energetic city she has known and loved
With a broken supply chain and inadequate stocks, health care workers face an acute shortage of protective gear and the risk of contracting coronavirus
The CEO of the five-year-old smartphone company marshalled his resources to topple South Korean giant Samsung during the last quarter of 2019 (October-December) to become second biggest in India. The bigger challenge, though, is neither survival nor becoming the biggest