“Start” in the news

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before the start
did not start
first start
not start
start a new

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Financial Express
· FICCI Frames 2020: Star’s Uday Shankar on how advertising revenue is the biggest bane of the Indian M&E industry  
Unless we start becoming a bigger player or a factor in the global content consumption space, the business will always be suboptimal,” he noted.
NPR
· Surge In Coronavirus Cases Could Short-Circuit Economic Recovery  
Restaurants, retail shops, and other service industries are starting to bounce back from the deep recession.
Financial Express
· India, pharmacy of the world in LatAm, and future of pharma in the region  
After working for 13 years in the Banking sector, he started Delhi Photography Club, for nurturing his hobby of photography.
Seeking Alpha
· BBN: Keep An Eye On The Rising Price  
Finally, when I last covered BBN, the fund had a discounted price, which I typically look for when starting positions in CEFs.
The Guardian
· Coronavirus UK: are Covid-19 cases rising or falling near you?  
Despite a first peak at the start of April, notably in Birmingham and Sheffield, cases in all areas were falling in May.
The New York Times
· ‘Want,’ by Lynn Steger Strong: An Excerpt  
By 6:15, I’ve showered and dressed and started to make breakfast.
The New York Times
· “The Beauty in Breaking,” by Michele Harper: An Excerpt  
I watched him start the long walk toward the fluorescent lights beckoning from the ER and then I drove around to the hospital parking lot.
Washington Post
· Inside U.S. Virus Bailout: Trump Ties, Investors, Uneven Data  
Monday’s release reflects loans totaling almost $521.5 billion, which were approved between the start of the program on April 3 and June 30, when the SBA temporarily stopped accepting new applications.
The New York Times
· A Woman Without a Country: Adopted at Birth and Deportable at 30  
They have started families of their own, only to learn the truth when they went to vote, tried to obtain a passport or got into trouble with the law.
Washington Post
· D.C.-area forecast: Hot and sticky through Wednesday. Heat may briefly ease Thursday to Friday.  
Thursday should start partly to mostly sunny, but could trend toward the cloudier side later in the afternoon as a low-pressure system moves up the East Coast toward our direction.