Kolkata/IBNS: India’s leading multiplex chain, INOX Leisure Ltd, on Wednesday announced that it is all set to welcome back its movie lovers at six of its properties Quest, Swabhumi, City Centre 1, Metro, Madhyamgram and Liluah located across Kolkata and Howrah from Aug 5 and the rest will reopen as per operational readiness.
Mumbai/UNI: The BSE Sensex zoomed up by 882.40 points or 1.75 pc to settle at 51,422.88 in a week under review as encouraging quarterly earnings and positive global cues boosted investors sentiment, while moderation in daily new COVID-19 cases in India also improved the risk sentiments.
With the digital transformation, the betting industry has moved online, and it has new aged starts-ups which is accessible to the world. Since last year, the Indians have worked from home because of the COVID-19 pandemic. It has given many facilities which have also given rise to many hobbies.
New Delhi: Bharti AXA Life Insurance today launched ‘GotYouCovered’ campaign, a special initiative to appreciate frontline healthcare workers who are striving to protect people from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Online betting is a huge trending topic in India. Millions of Indians are extremely open to the idea of using the Internet’s full potential, especially when it comes to online betting. Research has shown that they are extremely open to the idea of wagering their money. But, there is one big problem – online betting is considered an illegal activity according to the Public Gambling Act of India.
Srinagar/IBNS: Even with lack of non-local workers, Kashmir has not stopped its economic activities due to COVID-19 and the people have taken up the challenge to cultivate during the paddy transplantation season.
Kolkata/IBNS: To step up safety standards for riders and drivers during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, Uber on Thursday launched a comprehensive set of measures, ramped up the distribution of millions of PPE kits to drivers and introduced safety awareness education video courses for them.
Kolkata/IBNS: Tobacco and FMCG major ITC has set up a Rs 150 crore COVID contingency fund for the vulnerable section of the society, the company said on Friday.