“I'll probably be giving my speech at the White House because it is a great place. It's a place that makes me feel good, it makes the country feel good,” Trump told the Post and added that it would also be easy for law enforcement agencies and the Secret Service. … [Read more...] about Donald Trump plans to give Republican nomination acceptance speech from White House
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Healthy lobsters avoid sick lobsters Infected bats curb their own socialization Ill bees fail to return to their hives altogether, thereby protecting the group Female gorillas will join a new social group in response to infectious skin lesions on troop mates Mandrill monkeys stop grooming ill peers Ants shift to more modular social structures to limit spread These animalia varieties of social distancing can be exceedingly costly: For example, solitary gorillas are less likely to contract Ebola, but are more vulnerable to predators, and also enact higher levels of infanticide. (Single parents currently weathering the pandemic will find this detail unsurprising.) Less aggressive Tasmanian devils do not contract transmissible cancers but are also less likely to mate. They found that many species do not social distance when facing less virulent infections, such as humans with the common cold, and wolves with mange—who, even with mange, are still more likely to survive in a … [Read more...] about Bats, bees, lobsters, and gorillas practice social distancing too
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Sanjeev Sanyal: So, I think you need to look at how we were in March, in order to understand how we have been dealing with it. the kind of decisions we have been taking; Remember, much of what I am going to talk about is trying to make decisions in an environment of utter uncertainties, where the situation is evolving all the time. So, if you go back to the middle of March, we did not have much information about what exactly was happening on the health side, we knew that something fairly bad happened in Wuhan and then it was spreading to Italy. but, beyond that we really did not have much information. So, of course, like every government we asked for opinions from experts. We got a very wide range of outcomes, there were very negative ones which suggested that hundreds and millions of people will be affected, and lakhs of people would die by June. And then there were others, who believed that there was nothing much more than the bad flu. So, one thing we understood from the … [Read more...] about Exclusive I Sanjeev Sanyal on economic recovery, IBC, financial doles, gold monetisation scheme and more
DHFL owed Rs 960 crore to mutual funds as interest payment towards its bonds. However, on June 04, the housing finance company missed its deadline to make Rs 1,150 crore payment to all bondholders and informed investors, that the payment would be done within seven days. … [Read more...] about DHFL Crisis: With mutual funds on wait-and-watch for payments, will SEBI step in?