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Indian gov’t extends offering discount on cargo movement to, from Iran
The Indian Ministry of Shipping has extended the current concessional rate of 40 percent discount for coastal movement of cargo and vessel related charges (VRC), for a period of further one year to clients for cargo being handled at Jawaharlal Nehru Port and Deendayal Port from/to Shahid Beheshti Port, Chabahar, southeastern Iran.
Harsh Goenka praises Indian school bringing classroom to students
Businessman Harsh Goenka has shared a tweet of appreciation for a Jharkhand school where teachers have found a creative way to teach 200 students while maintaining social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic. According to news agency ANI, government school teachers in Dumka's Dumarthar village have painted blackboards on the walls of houses so students without access to smartphones can attend classes too.
Indian man seeks bride 'not addicted to social media'
A matrimonial ad seeking a bride who is "not addicted to social media" has created a huge buzz online. While many matrimonial ads in the past have been criticized for being regressive and sexist, this one has gone viral for its rather unusual demand in a day and age where most people use at least one social media platform.
A 16-year-old Indian uses both hands to write 40 words in one minute
A 16-year-old girl in India is seeking Guinness World Records recognition for her latest accomplishment: Writing 40 words in one minute by using both hands at the same time.
Record stimulus slows credit downgrades of Indian companies
India’s unprecedented stimulus measures to fight the coronavirus crisis are starting to show signs of slowing the sharp worsening in corporate credit quality.
Indian man attempts to break Guinness World Record by solving most Rubik’s cubes underwater
25-year-old Illayaram Sekar has attempted to break the Guinness World Record of solving most Rubik’s cubes underwater in a single breath.
Indian man wears gold mask to protect himself from coronavirus
From masks to scarves and dupattas, people are using many things to cover their faces during the novel coronavirus pandemic. The health officials have made it clear that covering one's face is a necessity in order to protect oneself from the virus and people are implying to that.
Indian wedding and funeral infected 100
More than 100 people have tested positive for coronavirus in India after attending a wedding followed by a funeral for the groom, who reportedly tied the knot while ill with COVID-19.
Indian home turned into a hospital overnight
Mukul Garg wasn’t too worried when his 57-year-old uncle developed a fever on April 24. Then, within 48 hours, two others in his family of 17 also became ill.
Indian student earns Guinness record for largest spice painting
A university student in India was awarded a Guinness World Record for using spices to create a 588-square-foot painting.
Indian banker 'disinfects' cheque
A Bank of Baroda employee in India working during the coronavirus lockdown has earned social media's praise with his never-seen-before method of disinfecting cheques.
Indian carriers may ground 40-50 aircraft on weak demand
Indian carriers could see between 40 and 50 of their aircraft being grounded due to weakening passenger demand and cancelation of visas by Indian authorities.
Indian state challenges citizenship law in Supreme Court
India’s southern Kerala State has become the first to legally challenge a new controversial citizenship law in the country that is widely considered anti-Muslim and has triggered nationwide demonstrations.
Indian police battle anti-Modi protesters over disputed law
Indian police baton-charged protesters Sunday to stop them reaching Prime Minister Narendra Modi's cavalcade as nationwide protests against a bitterly disputed citizenship law entered a second month.
Indian power ministry seeks more time for coal-fired plants to install emission equipment
India’s federal power ministry has proposed a new deadline for coal-fired power plants around New Delhi to install equipment to reduce emissions, a government official said on Friday.

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