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Coronavirus latest: India’s death toll surges past China’s

The Nikkei Asian Review is tracking the spread of the new coronavirus that originated in the central Chinese city of Wuhan.

Global cases have reached 5,722,859, according to Johns Hopkins University.

The worldwide death toll has hit 356,279.

To see how the disease has spread, view our virus tracker charts:


(Source photo by AP) 

Here are the latest developments (Tokyo time):

Friday, May 29

8:00 p.m. The World Bank Group approves a $500 million loan for the Philippines, adding to the $750 million loan approved earlier today by the China-backed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. “The COVID-19 pandemic has

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Coronavirus latest: India’s death toll surges to top China’s

The Nikkei Asian Review is tracking the spread of the new coronavirus that originated in the central Chinese city of Wuhan.

Global cases have reached 5,722,859, according to Johns Hopkins University.

The worldwide death toll has hit 356,279.

To see how the disease has spread, view our virus tracker charts:


(Source photo by AP) 

Here are the latest developments (Tokyo time):

Friday, May 29

3:30 p.m. Thailand confirms 11 new cases, unchanged from Thursday, and no new deaths. Its totals stand at 3,076 infections and 57 fatalities.

2:50 p.m. Tokyo will further ease business restrictions on Monday, Gov.

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Coronavirus latest: US death toll surpasses 100,000

The Nikkei Asian Review is tracking the spread of the new coronavirus that originated in the central Chinese city of Wuhan.

Global cases have reached 5,653,821 according to Johns Hopkins University.

The worldwide death toll has hit 353,414.

To see how the disease has spread, view our virus tracker charts:


(Source photo by AP) 

Here are the latest developments (Tokyo time):

Thursday, May 28

7:04 a.m. U.S. deaths from the coronavirus reach 100,000, according to Johns Hopkins University. Confirmed cases in the country total nearly 1.7 million, with some southern states reporting an increase in new cases in

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Death of the coffee king: power and money in corporate India

BANGALORE — In early 2019, around six months before his body was retrieved from the Netravati River in the south Indian state of Karnataka, V.G. Siddhartha met with representatives of Blackstone Group, one of the world’s leading investment companies.

Siddhartha was one of the state’s most successful and influential men: the founder of Cafe Coffee Day, India’s answer to Starbucks. He owned 1,700 stores nationwide and 4,500 hectares of coffee plantations. He had stakes in startups, eco-resorts, banana plantations and commercial property.

The jewel of his real estate portfolio was the huge Global Village Tech Park, a 240,000-sq.-meter technology hub

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