Important Articles from Indian Express: 15/5/2020

Front Page

  • Govt safety net for migrant workers and poor has a little for now, more for later
  • Next challenge for Odisha and Bihar virus coming home with migrants
  • No cash in hand for migrants, govt falls back on existing schemes . MNREGS & PDS
  • India in talks with nation pushing for Taiwan a WHO meet, China sends reminder


  • As case rise, marginal growth in patients requiring critical care
  • ICMR clears 1st batch of key ELISA antibody testing kits made in India
  • In Top 10 Covid states, nine cities account for bulk of positive cases
  • Top neuro depts raise alarm over sharp fall in stroke reporting : blame corona fear

Express Network

  • FM claim of MNREGS spike true only for May April saw a fall
  • Delhi strikes conciliatory note, invokes spirit of recent summits


  • The credit lifeline
  • Falling short
  • In ECs court

Ideas Page

  • Things not to do in a pandemic
  • Recover and shield


  • How one nation one card works
  • Cats can infect cats with covid, without symptoms: unpacking a new study


  • Coronavirus may never go away : WHO


  • Govt prepares for staggered resumption of flights: Stamping of boarding passes suspended
  • UN forecasts pandemic to shrink world economy by 3.2%

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