Petrol and diesel prices on Thursday were hiked by 60 paise per litre each - the fifth straight daily increase in rates since oil PSUs ended an 82-day hiatus in rate revision.
Lufthansa said it will operate about 100 fewer aircraft after the crisis. Last week, it pledged a wide-ranging restructuring -- from thousands of job cuts to asset sales -- as it seeks to repay a nine billion euro government bailout and navigate deepening losses in the face of Covid-19 pandemic.
The elite Revolutionary Guards said on Saturday Iran's naval forces were preparing to target US commercial vessels in the Gulf last month in case US forces interfered with Venezuela-bound Iranian oil tankers, an Iranian news agency report said.US Soccer’s board of directors has voted to repeal a 2017 policy that required national team players to stand during the national anthem, a rule adopted after Megan Rapinoe kneeled in support of Colin Kaepernick.
Earlier, during tense exchanges in the Commons, Keir Starmer, the Labour leader, confronted the prime minister over his claim that he was “proud” of the government’s response.Citing the official death toll, as well as the Office for National Statistics estimate of 63,000 excess deaths during the pandemic, Starmer said: “Those are among the highest numbers anywhere in the world. Last week the prime minister said he was proud of the government’s record, but there is no pride in those figures, is there?”Johnson said international comparisons should wait until the outbreak is over: though he later favourably compared the UK’s approach to returning children to school, to that taken in other countries.
The government said that “out of an abundance of caution,” Elliott and Ford will not be present at the daily coronavirus press conference at Queen’s Park.
A general of the balcony area at the Strathmore Hotel in Adelaide.(Getty)"We're taking a deliberately safe and cautious approach," Professor Coatsworth told reporters in Canberra yesterday."Most importantly we're taking the time to gather the data over the coming weeks to determine whether it's safe to move to the next round of lifting restrictions."Almost 7200 Australians have tested positive to COVID-19 with over 1.45 million tests conducted.Some 478 virus cases remain active across the country, while the death toll sits at 103.More than 62 per cent of Australia's COVID-19 cases have been acquired overseas since January 22.
"Presently our ethanol production is Rs 20,000 crore and imports are Rs 6-7 lakh crore. So now we are planning to make ethanol economy of Rs 1 lakh crore," he said adding there are 200 closed sugar factories which can be converted for bio-ethanol production.Pakistan currently has 113,702 cases of the coronavirus, with 2,312 deaths recorded so far, according to government data.mojito编曲Porsha-Shaf’on Venable, a supervising attorney public defender in New York and an attorney for Good Call, a hotline offering 24-hour free legal support to people who have been arrested in the city and their friends and family, said police treatment of protesters is tantamount to an “act of terror”.
"Nonetheless, several large observational studies with severe methodologic limitations have shown no effect on mortality or other clinically meaningful outcomes.mojito编曲The government has tabled the new map in parliament, seeking to amend the constitution and remove the old version.
First coronavirus case found in Bangladesh Rohingya refugee camps