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Buckingham Palace washes its hands of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

A Buckingham Palace spokesman said it refused to comment on 'not a working member of the Royal Family' in a stinging response to the couple.
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Buckingham Palace washes its hands of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

A Buckingham Palace spokesman said it refused to comment on 'not a working member of the Royal Family' in a stinging response to the couple.

8-month-old drowns in Clarendon

A probe has been launched into the death of an eight-month-old-boy, who is suspected to have drowned at his home in the rural community of Broomwell in Clarendon this morning. The infant has been identified as Aiden Rattray.  The police...
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8-month-old drowns in Clarendon

A probe has been launched into the death of an eight-month-old-boy, who is suspected to have drowned at his home in the rural community of Broomwell in Clarendon this morning. The infant has been identified as Aiden Rattray.  The police...

Missouri governor, opponent of mandatory masks, has COVID-19

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri Gov. Mike Parson, a Republican who has steadfastly refused to require residents to wear masks, tested positive for the coronavirus, his office said Wednesday. Parson was tested after his wife, Teresa,...
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Missouri governor, opponent of mandatory masks, has COVID-19

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri Gov. Mike Parson, a Republican who has steadfastly refused to require residents to wear masks, tested positive for the coronavirus, his office said Wednesday. Parson was tested after his wife, Teresa,...

Drivers will need ‘Kent Access Permit’ to get into UK once Brexit transition ends, Michael Gove says

British ports could face up to 7,000 lorry queues if businesses do not cooperate and get proper paperwork to make it through the county of Kent, according Minister for Cabinet Office Michael Gove. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Drivers will need ‘Kent Access Permit’ to get into UK once Brexit transition ends, Michael Gove says

British ports could face up to 7,000 lorry queues if businesses do not cooperate and get proper paperwork to make it through the county of Kent, according Minister for Cabinet Office Michael Gove. Read Full Article at RT.com

Nature holds one of the keys to tackling climate change, say G20 thinkers

Author: Zaynab KhojjiID: 1600870122050777400Wed, 2020-09-23 17:28 JEDDAH: The G20’s Think 20 (T20) engagement group hosted an online event on Tuesday to discuss the threats and challenges posed by climate change, and consider possible solutions.
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Nature holds one of the keys to tackling climate change, say G20 thinkers

Author: Zaynab KhojjiID: 1600870122050777400Wed, 2020-09-23 17:28 JEDDAH: The G20’s Think 20 (T20) engagement group hosted an online event on Tuesday to discuss the threats and challenges posed by climate change, and consider possible solutions. In particular, they examined ways in which carbon emissions can be reduced or offset. The Task Force 2: Climate Change and Environment webinar, organized in corporation with the Institute of Energy Economics in Japan, was the second virtual T20 event in the run-up to the main G20 meeting in Riyadh in November. The sessions included discussions about the circular carbon economy; the blue carbon economy; ways to encourage cooperation on climate action; conservation and the restoration of biodiversity; and how climate concerns might affect post-pandemic economic recovery and vice versa. The aim was to identify strategies and develop recommendations that can be presented during the main G20 Summit for actions that can be taken to curb climate change and achieve the goals of the 2016 Paris Agreement. “Climate change is at the heart of global issues,” said Dr. Noura Mansouri, a research fellow at King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC), and lead co-chair of TF2. “It’s an urgent global challenge and requires urgent action — not just individual action but a coordinated approach — and the G20 is an important platform for that to happen. In fact, if the G20 does not use its platform for climate change, I don’t think any other platform will be as powerful and impactful for climate action.” About 30 percent of global CO2 emissions come from carbon-intensive industries such as iron and steel, petrochemicals and transport. Experts believe the best way to effectively tackle the issue and achieve the Paris Agreement targets is by adopting a circular carbon economy. “Embracing all energy technologies under the ‘four Rs’ of the circular carbon economy is important: to reduce, reuse, recycle and remove carbon,” Mansouri said during a panel discussion. “It is an essential means to (achieve) a low-carbon future through coordinated G20 efforts to support carbon-management and technology innovations. “The Saudi G20 presidency is proposing the circular carbon economy as an integrated and inclusive approach to transition toward a more comprehensive, resilient, sustainable and climate-friendly energy system.” Decarbonization is vital to achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement, and nature-based solutions can help, experts say. “The circular carbon economy makes sense because it’s how nature manages carbon, through a close balance between emissions and removal of carbon dioxide,” said Prof. Carlos Duarte, who holds the Tarek Ahmed Juffali Research Chair in Red Sea Ecology at the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology. Discussions and debates about climate change and its effects on the environment have been going on for some time, but investment in nature-based solutions is increasingly in the spotlight, especially since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Blue carbon is another way in which nature can help tackle emissions. It refers to carbon that is captured by marine and coastal ecosystems, such as mangroves, tidal marshes and seagrass meadows. They are capable of storing more carbon than land-based ecosystems, such as forests, and are increasingly recognized for the vital role they can play in mitigating the effects of climate change. “Rather than finding new technologies, not knowing their side effects, we have nature-based solutions — let nature recuperate,” said Ralph Chami, assistant director of the Institute for Capacity Development at the International Monetary Fund. As evidence grows that many of the same human activities that are fueling climate change have also contributed to the spread of the coronavirus, including the growing popularity of air travel, one key option explored during the webinar was to place a transition to green energy at the heart of post-pandemic economic-recovery plans. The discussion focused heavily on the role of the private sector in facilitating such a transition and the need for more accurate data on fossil fuels. The session was moderated by Dr. Aisha Al-Sarihi, a research associate at KAPSARC, and the panelists included Dr. Leila Dagher, an associate professor of economics at the American University of Beirut; Jonathan Stern, a distinguished research fellow at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies; and Mari Luomi, an independent expert on climate, energy policy, politics and environmental sustainability. By giving more than 160 experts from around the world the chance to work together to produce 24 policy briefs, T20 Saudi Arabia presented a golden opportunity to highlight pressing global issues to the leadership of the G20. “When it comes to our journey as the T20, and over the past year of bringing together global think tanks to think with us and provide the ideas bank for the G20 Saudi presidency, we can’t but appreciate the efforts that went into it,” said Mansouri. “We must see the COVID-19 crisis as a lesson in how to address climate change quickly and cooperatively. Coordinated G20 efforts are vital in pursuing this goal. Post-pandemic economic-recovery stimulus packages should not derail climate actions, and must utilize a circular carbon economy framework to simultaneously address social and environmental concerns while stimulating economic prosperity for a more inclusive and sustainable future.” Saudi Arabia holds the presidency of the G20 this year and the group’s annual summit is due to be held in Riyadh in November. The T20, a network of think tanks and researchers, is one of several independent G20 engagement groups, led by organizations from the host country. They focus on different sections and sectors of society and develop policy recommendations that are presented to G20 leaders for consideration. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: G20climate change G20 trade and investment ministers discuss COVID-19 response under Saudi Arabia's presidencyG20 ministers discuss preserving environment

Study reveals psychological toll of COVID-19 on Saudis

Wed, 2020-09-23 17:14 RIYADH: Research conducted in Saudi Arabia on the psychological effects of the global lockdown caused by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) shows that symptoms of depression and anxiety ranging from mild to severe, particularly in women
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Study reveals psychological toll of COVID-19 on Saudis

Wed, 2020-09-23 17:14 RIYADH: Research conducted in Saudi Arabia on the psychological effects of the global lockdown caused by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) shows that symptoms of depression and anxiety ranging from mild to severe, particularly in women, are commonplace. Dr. Deemah Alateeq, assistant professor of psychiatry at Princess Noura bint Abdulrahman University, conducted the study in March when the first cases of COVID-19 were detected and the country went into lockdown. “The main objective is to assess the psychological well being of different samples of Saudi people during the pandemic,” said Alateeq. “There were three different samples; the first was health care providers working during the pandemic, in the Saudi centers of COVID-19, under the umbrella of the Ministry of Health (MoH). “The other samples were people under quarantine in multiple hotels in March during the beginning of the pandemic, under the supervision of the MoH, and students from different levels — intermediate schools, secondary schools and university students.” Dr. Deemah Alateeq, assistant professor of psychiatry at Princess Noura bint Abdulrahman University, conducted the study in March. (Supplied) The findings of the research showed levels of depression and anxiety were prevalent among health care providers and also among the people under quarantine. More than half of the subjects for the research had symptoms of depression and anxiety ranging from mild to severe. The students, meanwhile, expressed moderate to high levels of stress during the pandemic. Alateeq also said in all the three samples, women had higher level of anxiety, depression and distress than men. “This could be due to multiple reasons: The biological differences, (such as) fluctuation of the estrogen hormone, and also it could be because females usually tend to express their emotions more than males,” said Alateeq. The findings also showed that nurses reported higher levels of anxiety and depression compared to other health care providers, such as physicians, pharmacists and administrators working during the pandemic. Women showed higher levels of anxiety and depression than men during COVID-19 in Saudi Arabia. (Shutterstock) “I think this is due to the high demand on their work compared to others,” said Alateeq. “It was also interesting that one of the findings was that university students have a higher level of anxiety and depression compared to high school and intermediate school students.” Among the people in quarantine and among health care providers, younger adults showed higher levels of depression and anxiety compared to older adults. Alateeq was surprised to receive a lot of positive responses from health care providers. “They were proud of themselves, and they report they feel that it is a great opportunity to serve their country,” she said. “A lot of health care providers reported workplace-centered needs, which were financial support, psychological support and also physical support at the workplace itself.” Alateeq said there were similarities in her findings to research conducted in other countries during the pandemic. “It was interesting that we have similar findings compared to Italy or China, or even the UK, but there were lower levels of anxiety and depression compared to other countries in the Arab world,” she added. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: SaudiNationalDay2020 Prince Khalid says Saudi Arabia’s 90th national day renews pride How Saudi Arabia kept COVID-19 at bay

Pompeo wishes Saudi Arabia a “joyous” National Day

Wed, 2020-09-23 18:56 RIYADH: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo wished Saudi Arabia a “joyous” National Day on Wednesday. “On behalf of the United States, I wish to extend to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Saudi people a joyous National Day …
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Pompeo wishes Saudi Arabia a “joyous” National Day

Wed, 2020-09-23 18:56 RIYADH: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo wished Saudi Arabia a “joyous” National Day on Wednesday. “On behalf of the United States, I wish to extend to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Saudi people a joyous National Day … I wish the Saudi people peace, prosperity, and good health as you celebrate your National Day,” Pompeo said.  He said the US and Saudi Arabia earlier this year celebrated the 75th anniversary of the historic meeting between President Franklin D. Roosevelt and King Abdul Aziz aboard the USS Quincy.  Pompeo said the meeting has “laid the foundation for the strong strategic partnership the United States and Saudi Arabia enjoy today.” He said this partnership has contributed to progress on many shared priorities, including the stability of the Gulf region, energy security, and economic growth and prosperity in both the US and Saudi Arabia. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi Arabia Pompeo says Hezbollah weapons risk torpedoing French efforts in LebanonUN General Assembly: Saudi Arabia's King Salman calls for Hezbollah to be disarmed

King Salman congratulates nation on Saudi National Day

Author: Zaynab KhojjiID: 1600885560432470200Wed, 2020-09-23 21:44 RIYADH: King Salman expressed his pride in the Kingdom and its loyal citizens as Saudi Arabia marked its 90th National Day. As part of a tweet to congratulate the Saudi nation, the
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King Salman congratulates nation on Saudi National Day

Author: Zaynab KhojjiID: 1600885560432470200Wed, 2020-09-23 21:44 RIYADH: King Salman expressed his pride in the Kingdom and its loyal citizens as Saudi Arabia marked its 90th National Day. As part of a tweet to congratulate the Saudi nation, the king said that he is looking forward to a “more beautiful” future. He also thanked God for security and stability in the Kingdom. Earlier, the King addressed the 75th UN General Assembly where he said that the Kingdom has chosen the “path of the future” through its Vision 2030 and called for peaceful coexistence and solidarity between countries. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi ArabiaSaudiNationalDay2020King Salman Pompeo wishes Saudi Arabia a “joyous” National DayPrince Khalid says Saudi Arabia’s 90th national day renews pride 

Misk journeys into the past to celebrate Saudi Arabia’s national day

Author: Wed, 2020-09-23 21:36 JEDDAH: In celebration of the 90th Saudi National Day, the Misk Foundation has launched a campaign highlighting the Kingdom’s heritage, featuring a video, cinema advertisement and a bicycle race through some of the countr
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Misk journeys into the past to celebrate Saudi Arabia’s national day

Author: Wed, 2020-09-23 21:36 JEDDAH: In celebration of the 90th Saudi National Day, the Misk Foundation has launched a campaign highlighting the Kingdom’s heritage, featuring a video, cinema advertisement and a bicycle race through some of the country’s key historical sites. The campaign will shed light on historical locations and the influential people who helped build the Kingdom. It also aims to highlight the country’s current development and prosperity. The foundation, represented by Manga Productions, has collaborated with the King Abdul Aziz Foundation for Research and Archives and the Japanese advertising agency Centean to produce “Al-Auja” video, which tells the history of the Kingdom by highlighting heroic figures from the past. As a first-of-a-kind project, it also documents the Kingdom's history for future generations, including efforts by the founder King Abdul Aziz to unify the country.  Misk Foundation also released a video clip, “Rasimeen Auloumana,” which focuses on the growth, prosperity and mega-projects in the Kingdom today, while also documenting the population’s achievements and hopes. The video takes viewers on an imagined journey by the nation’s founder as he discovers the Kingdom’s modern achievements. The journey begins at dawn from Turaif district in Diriyah, the historical and geographical center of Saudi Arabia, where the first Saudi state was established. King Abdul Aziz visits cities including King Abdullah Economic City, Umluj, Al-Ula and Jeddah before returning to Riyadh as he did in the past when he conquered the city with an army of only 63 men. The campaign logo features King Abdul Aziz riding his horse, Obayya, and an imitation of the ruler’s handwriting based on his signature. The title of the video clip is a quote from the poem of the Saudi traditional dance “Najd Shamat.” The foundation’s celebrations will end next Wednesday with a bicycle race through key historical sites that the founder passed through during the conquest of Riyadh. Participants will begin the journey from four sites — Abu Makhrouq Mountain, Manakh King Abdul Aziz Park, the Red Palace and Diriyah governorate — before meeting at the final gathering station, Al-Masmak Fortress. Abu Makhrouq Mountain was a landmark for trade convoys heading to Riyadh, as well as being a park for the founder and local people. Films produced for the national day are part of Misk’s visual productions on cultural and national events. The foundation released several popular films, such as “Hal Al-Auja” and “Kol Meter Murabba’,” for last year’s national day, in addition to “Khuddam Al-Haram” and “Misk Al-Masha’ir” during the last two Hajj seasons. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: MISKMISK FoundationSaudi heritage Misk Fellowship competition challenges Saudi youthSaudi Arabia’s MiSK launches second annual entrepreneurship world cup

St James police optimistic about further crime reductions

With the latest data from the police force on serious crimes in St James showing a decline in all areas when compared with 2019, cops are optimistic that this year will see an even greater reduction. Murders have seen a 19 per cent decline, falling...
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St James police optimistic about further crime reductions

With the latest data from the police force on serious crimes in St James showing a decline in all areas when compared with 2019, cops are optimistic that this year will see an even greater reduction. Murders have seen a 19 per cent decline, falling...

Private school teachers to receive salary support

Teachers and support staff at private schools will benefit from financial assistance from the Government to help cushion the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Minister of Education, Youth and Information Fayval Williams made the...
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Private school teachers to receive salary support

Teachers and support staff at private schools will benefit from financial assistance from the Government to help cushion the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Minister of Education, Youth and Information Fayval Williams made the...

No driver's license renewal, no fitness certificate for unruly drivers – Minister Chang

Minister of National Security, Dr Horace Chang, says motorists with outstanding traffic tickets will soon be barred from renewing their driver’s licence, as well as acquiring fitness certificates and similar services...
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No driver's license renewal, no fitness certificate for unruly drivers – Minister Chang

Minister of National Security, Dr Horace Chang, says motorists with outstanding traffic tickets will soon be barred from renewing their driver’s licence, as well as acquiring fitness certificates and similar services...

Koffee gets Mastercard brand ambassadorship

Mastercard today announced that it is partnering exclusively with Grammy winning reggae artiste Koffee as its official brand ambassador in Jamaica. “Koffee is one of Jamaica’s youngest and most gifted musical talents and she...
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Koffee gets Mastercard brand ambassadorship

Mastercard today announced that it is partnering exclusively with Grammy winning reggae artiste Koffee as its official brand ambassador in Jamaica. “Koffee is one of Jamaica’s youngest and most gifted musical talents and she...

Militants stage chemical attack in Idlib to accuse Syrian government — center

ccording to the Syrian Foreign Ministry, militants have prepared two tonnes of toxic agents which they are keeping in an inhabited locality in the southwest of Idlib province
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Militants stage chemical attack in Idlib to accuse Syrian government — center

ccording to the Syrian Foreign Ministry, militants have prepared two tonnes of toxic agents which they are keeping in an inhabited locality in the southwest of Idlib province

WHO response to pandemic was timely, professional, appropriate — Russian premier

The head of government hailed Russia’s interaction with the WHO and its Regional Committee for Europe
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WHO response to pandemic was timely, professional, appropriate — Russian premier

The head of government hailed Russia’s interaction with the WHO and its Regional Committee for Europe

Chennai, Bengaluru had ‘cleanest air’ in lockdown

Chennai, Bengaluru and Mumbai turned out to be among the best three cities in terms of having clean air during the first 40 days of the coronavirus-triggered lockdown, shows an analysis of the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), released on Wednesday.
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Chennai, Bengaluru had ‘cleanest air’ in lockdown

Chennai, Bengaluru and Mumbai turned out to be among the best three cities in terms of having clean air during the first 40 days of the coronavirus-triggered lockdown, shows an analysis of the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), released on Wednesday.

Didi ready for PM-Kisan, but wants funds moved to state

The West Bengal government has finally agreed to implement the Centre’s flagship ‘income support’ scheme for farmers — PM-Kisan — but with a rider. Chief minister Mamata Banerjee has demanded that the money be transferred to the state exchequer. Bu
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Didi ready for PM-Kisan, but wants funds moved to state

The West Bengal government has finally agreed to implement the Centre’s flagship ‘income support’ scheme for farmers — PM-Kisan — but with a rider. Chief minister Mamata Banerjee has demanded that the money be transferred to the state exchequer. But the Centre has made it clear that it would not tweak its rule of direct transfer to farmers’ bank accounts under the scheme.

Acquitted ex-maid Parti Liyani seeks probe into prosecution

Ms Parti Liyani is seeking leave from the Chief Justice for a disciplinary tribunal to look into the conduct of her prosecutors. The 46-year-old is the former domestic helper of businessman Liew Mun Leong. Initially convicted of stealing from her ex-employe
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Acquitted ex-maid Parti Liyani seeks probe into prosecution

Ms Parti Liyani is seeking leave from the Chief Justice for a disciplinary tribunal to look into the conduct of her prosecutors. The 46-year-old is the former domestic helper of businessman Liew Mun Leong. Initially convicted of stealing from her ex-employer in the District Court, the Indonesian was acquitted earlier this month of all five charges following an appeal to the High Court. Yesterday, her lawyer Mr Anil Balchandani attended a pre-trial conference at the High Court in relation to her application. The hearing was for an originating summons under the Legal Profession Act. Mr Tan Wee Hao and Ms Tan Yingying, the Deputy Public Prosecutors who had handled her trial, have been identified as the respondents in the case. They are being represented by Ms Kristy Tan Ruyan, Mr Jeyendran Jeyapal and Ms Jocelyn Teo Meng Hui from the civil division of the Attorney-General's Chambers.

‘Joint statements aimed at LAC standstill’

The recent understandings between India and China — by the foreign ministers in Moscow on September 10 and military commanders on Tuesday — are intended to begin the process of a limited disengagement and ensure a continued ‘standstill’ at the Line o
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‘Joint statements aimed at LAC standstill’

The recent understandings between India and China — by the foreign ministers in Moscow on September 10 and military commanders on Tuesday — are intended to begin the process of a limited disengagement and ensure a continued ‘standstill’ at the Line of Actual Control amid a deep trust deficit between the two sides.

MoS Railways Suresh Angadi 1st Union minister to die of Covid-19

Union minister of state for railways and Karnataka BJP MP Suresh Angadi, 65, passed away on Wednesday, days after he tested positive for Covid-19. Angadi is the first Central minister to die of coronavirus. Angadi passed away around 8 pm at the AIIMS trauma c
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MoS Railways Suresh Angadi 1st Union minister to die of Covid-19

Union minister of state for railways and Karnataka BJP MP Suresh Angadi, 65, passed away on Wednesday, days after he tested positive for Covid-19. Angadi is the first Central minister to die of coronavirus. Angadi passed away around 8 pm at the AIIMS trauma centre, which has been converted into a dedicated Covid-19 facility, sources at the hospital said.

Florida AG urges FBI to probe Mike Bloomberg’s pro-Biden effort to pay fines of 32,000 felons so they can vote

Florida’s attorney general has called on the FBI and state law enforcement to probe potential violations of election law after billionaire Michael Bloomberg raised $16 million to help felons in the state become eligible to vote. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Florida AG urges FBI to probe Mike Bloomberg’s pro-Biden effort to pay fines of 32,000 felons so they can vote

Florida’s attorney general has called on the FBI and state law enforcement to probe potential violations of election law after billionaire Michael Bloomberg raised $16 million to help felons in the state become eligible to vote. Read Full Article at RT.com

Covid-19: Assess use of local lockdowns, push to reopen economy, says PM

PM Narendra Modi on Wednesday indicated his scepticism over “local lockdowns” imposed for a day or two in combating Covid-19 and asked high focus states to assess if such measures are hindering restoration of economic activities while proving to be of lit
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Covid-19: Assess use of local lockdowns, push to reopen economy, says PM

PM Narendra Modi on Wednesday indicated his scepticism over “local lockdowns” imposed for a day or two in combating Covid-19 and asked high focus states to assess if such measures are hindering restoration of economic activities while proving to be of little use.

4th-shortest Rajya Sabha monsoon session ends 8 days ahead of schedule

With over 30 members of Parliament and several more staffers testing positive for coronavirus, the monsoon session was curtailed on Wednesday with both Houses managing to hold only 10 sittings instead of the 18 that were scheduled between September 14 and Oct
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4th-shortest Rajya Sabha monsoon session ends 8 days ahead of schedule

With over 30 members of Parliament and several more staffers testing positive for coronavirus, the monsoon session was curtailed on Wednesday with both Houses managing to hold only 10 sittings instead of the 18 that were scheduled between September 14 and October 1. ​​​With this, the 252nd session of the Rajya Sabha got the distinction of being the fourth shortest among 69 monsoon sessions held so far.

Phillip Morris International ranks second on 2020 Tobacco Transformation Index

One of Malawi’s biggest buyers of tobacco, Phillip Morris International (PMI), has been ranked second in the world as a tobacco company that is reducing tobacco harm, lowering health risks and mitigating the world’s smoking burden. This is published in
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Phillip Morris International ranks second on 2020 Tobacco Transformation Index

One of Malawi’s biggest buyers of tobacco, Phillip Morris International (PMI), has been ranked second in the world as a tobacco company that is reducing tobacco harm, lowering health risks and mitigating the world’s smoking burden. This is published in the newly-introduced Tobacco Transformation Index, that is set to be providing comprehensive metrics and insights into how some […] The post Phillip Morris International ranks second on 2020 Tobacco Transformation Index first appeared on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.

Malawi’s First Lady to launch her Foundation Trust in October  

First Lady Monica Chakwera has disclosed that she will launch her Foundation Trust next month with a focus on efforts to uplift the life of a rural girl child. Madam Chakwera explained that the zeal to launch a charitable organization has been concretized by
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Malawi’s First Lady to launch her Foundation Trust in October  

First Lady Monica Chakwera has disclosed that she will launch her Foundation Trust next month with a focus on efforts to uplift the life of a rural girl child. Madam Chakwera explained that the zeal to launch a charitable organization has been concretized by the lessons learned from the Esther Lungu Foundation, the charitable organization […] The post Malawi’s First Lady to launch her Foundation Trust in October   first appeared on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.

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