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Last updated: 08 May, 2021  
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Sensex ends above 49,000; metal stocks touch record highs
SME Times News Bureau | 07 May, 2021
The key Indian equity indices closed in the green on Friday with the BSE Sensex settling above the 49,000 mark.
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Vaccine.Thmb.jpg Stress on saving lives, not on making profits: Oxfam to Centre over vaccine
SME Times News Bureau
As the second wave of Covid-19 debilitates the country's health infrastructure and causes an unprecedented humanitarian crisis, the need of the hour is a potentially life-saving vaccination dose. However, it may not even reach all the citizens, says Oxfam India, urging the government to move beyond profit-making strategies and save lives.  
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Indo-Us.9.Thmb.jpg US defence officials stress strategic partnership to help India
SME Times News Bureau | 07 May, 2021
US defence officials have emphasised the strategic partnership with India in helping it in the time of the ongoing Covid-19 crisis. 
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Karnataka Map THMB Karnataka to be under 14-day lockdown from May 10: Yediyurappa
SME Times News Bureau | 07 May, 2021
Amid the pandemic's second wave sweeping the state, Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa on Friday announced that the state will go under complete lockdown starting May 10 till May 24. 
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India.Growth.9.Thmb.jpg Can't become ground for blame game between Centre, Delhi: SC on O2 crisis
SME Times News Bureau | 07 May, 2021
The Supreme Court on Thursday made it crystal clear that it will not allow the court to become a ground for recriminations between the Centre and the Delhi government in connection with supply of oxygen to the capital, as it emphasised that a blame game should not happen against the backdrop of the oxygen crisis. 
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