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More than 500,000 Bollywood workers on daily wages now face an uncertain future with the country's prolific film and television industry shuttered from last Thursday to next Tuesday.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India could face between around 100,000 and 1.3 million confirmed cases of the disease caused by the new coronavirus by mid-May if it continues to spread at its current pace, according to a team of scientists based mainly in the United States.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India proposed setting up an emergency fund to fight the coronavirus outbreak in South Asia on Sunday, with New Delhi offering $10 million to get it going, as the number of confirmed infections in the country rose past 100.
THE sequence of political events in the last three weeks was full of intrigue and suspense. Acts of twist and turns over breakfast, lunch and dinner, the actors were truly acting out their roles in a pre-written script known only by the master politician.
Bollywood star Priyanka Chopra Jonas and her husband Nick Jonas of the pop-rock band Jonas Brothers have celebrated their first Holi together, in Mumbai, India.
HONG KONG/BEIJING/NEW DELHI: Traditional greetings involving bows and nods are being encouraged across Asia as the coronavirus continues its energetic spread throughout the region. Asian non-contact greetings are considered far safer than the western customs of shaking hands, hugging or kissing.
NEW DELHI: Bhutan imposed a two-week ban on tourists, India's biggest film awards were postponed, and countries elsewhere in Asia imposed a slew of travel restrictions to combat a spike in Covid-19 (coronavirus) cases on Friday (March 6).
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Bhutan said on Friday it would bar arriving tourists for two weeks after confirming its first case of the coronavirus, a tourist who spent several weeks in neighbouring India.
Netflix and Amazon are battling a dizzying array of homegrown outfits, from Bollywood producers to broadcasters, for dominance of India's streaming market, a key target as growth in Western countries slows.
SINGAPORE (AFP): Netflix and Amazon are battling a dizzying array of homegrown outfits, from Bollywood producers to broadcasters, for dominance of India's streaming market, a key target as growth in Western countries slows.