In a series of Twitter posts, Shah, who has been feeding the poor, helping migrants, and taking care of street dogs amid the coronavirus-induced lockdown, wrote that he was detained by the Mumbai Police for ferrying migrant workers to their destination in Mumbai. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus lockdown | Activist praised by PM Modi in Mann ki Baat alleges harassment by Mumbai Police for helping migrants
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“The cash flow model is incredible,” said Adrian Hoffman, an owner of Four Star Seafood, in San Francisco, which over a single weekend in March rerouted its fleet of 13 fish trucks from high-end Bay Area restaurants to the home addresses of individual customers. Why not keep supplying them with special soy sauces from Japan, unusual oils and, on special request, eggs, Hoffman thought, for at least a portion of his trade? … [Read more...] about Coronavirus impact | Your kitchen can be as well stocked as restaurants now
>> Italy, Germany, France and the Netherlands have signed a contract with Astrazeneca to supply European citizens with a vaccine against the coronavirus. The contract is for 400 million doses of the vaccine, which was developed with the University of Oxford and whose experimentation phase is already advanced and expected to end in autumn. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus wrap June 13: Loss of smell, taste added to list of COVID-19 symptoms
The core voters of AAP and the Congress are the same: Muslims and the underprivileged living in unauthorised colonies and slums. Besides, there is a small section of the lower-middle class. It was this vote bank that handed power to AAP in 2015, when it earned 54 percent of the votes, while the BJP received 32 percent, and the Congress a little less than 10 percent. … [Read more...] about Politics | Has BJP taken the winds out of AAP’s and Congress’ sails?
Inmates on death row have sued the Justice Department in U.S. District Court in Washington, saying its new one-drug protocol breaks various administrative and drug-control laws and is unconstitutional. They have asked Judge Tanya Chutkan to delay the executions while the litigation continues. … [Read more...] about US set to carry out first federal execution of prisoner in 17 years