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Financial giants caught up in India’s brutal pandemic wave – Sydney Morning Herald

About 13,000 kilometres east of Wall Street, on a stretch of Bangalore’s Outer Ring Road, sits what was once the heart of the global financial industry’s back office….



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Experts have warned the crisis has the potential to worsen in the coming weeks, with one model predicting as many as 1,018,879 deaths by the end of July, quadrupling from the current official count of 230,168. A model prepared by government advisers suggests the wave could peak in the coming days, but the groups projections have been changing and were wrong last month.
In Bangalore, Delhi and Mumbai, the three main bases for the financial giants operations, infection rates have reached such alarming…

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