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Day: May 30, 2020

All systems go: Government clears PL’s June restart
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All systems go: Government clears PL’s June restart

The Premier League was given government approval on Saturday to press ahead with its June 17 restart although players will have to stay apart during goal celebrations and disputes to maintain social distancing.Further details of the league’s plans for dealing with coronavirus cases have been disclosed with clubs likely to have to play even if they only have 15 fit squad members.In a further boost to the league’s restart plans, there were no positives in the fourth round of twice-weekly testing.Watch Kayo-Mini Football Replays On-Demand with KAYO. A-League, Socceroos, Matildas plus European and English leagues. New to Kayo? Get your 14-day free trial & start streaming instantly >Football: Kai Havertz has scored again as Bayer Leverkuse knock off Freiburg,Tests were conducted on 1,...
Man allegedly holding accomplice hostage
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Man allegedly holding accomplice hostage

AN emergency situation has been declared and residents have been warned to stay in their homes as a siege unfolds in Brisbane’s northside.Police negotiators are at the scene, in Everton Hills, where it is alleged a man armed with a knife is holding a woman hostage. Police allege the two were accomplices in a break-in at the premises.It is believed the pair are the only two inside the home.media_cameraParamedics and police at Everton Hills. Picture: AC VisualsIt comes after officers were called to a home in Atrium Way around 3am. The emergency declaration was made around 6am.Police earlier said it was “in relation to the break and enter of a private residence” and that the incident was contained to a home, with two people believed to be inside.“Specialist police and negotiators are on sc...
China faces worldwide criticism due to COVID-19
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China faces worldwide criticism due to COVID-19

Updated : 30 May 2020 11:36 PM (IST) The US President, Donald Trump has always crticised China over the issue of Coronavirus. Donald Trump has even called COVID-19 as 'China Virus.' At present the whole world is in the grip of novel coronavirus. Every country is trying its best to combat the deadly virus. The whole world is criticising China for the outbreak of Coronavirus.Watch this report. Source link
Lebanon: People stage protest against the govt | Panchnama
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Lebanon: People stage protest against the govt | Panchnama

Updated : 30 May 2020 11:33 PM (IST) The people of Lebanon are staging a protest against the government. The country is facing a major economic crisis. Due to the coronavirus outbreak in Lebanon, people are facing major issues including food and financial problems. The conditions in the country have deteriorated because of the novel coronavirus outbreak. Source link
Bihar labour minister explains about skill mapping
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Bihar labour minister explains about skill mapping

Updated : 30 May 2020 11:23 PM (IST) Bihar's labour Minister, Vijay Kumar Sinha in an exclusive conversation with ABP News talked about the labours returning to the state. Many labourers have returned to Bihar from various other states. Bihar government is planning skill mapping of these labourers and other migrants returned along with them. The Labour Minister of the state explained the skill mapping. Watch this video to know all about skill mapping planned by the Bihar government. Source link
These 10 things will be mandatory under Unlock 1.0
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These 10 things will be mandatory under Unlock 1.0

Updated : 30 May 2020 11:18 PM (IST) MHA has released new guidelines under Unlock 1.0 but that does not mean everything is open now. As per the MHA orders, everybody has to maintain social distancing everywhere, wearing a mask is mandatory for all, if outside. People will not be allowed to hold big gatherings. Watch the video to know more. Source link
Unlock 1: Phase 1 with relaxations begins from June 8
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Unlock 1: Phase 1 with relaxations begins from June 8

Updated : 30 May 2020 11:10 PM (IST) Major relaxations have been provided in the first phase of Unlock 1. As per the issued guidelines, all the religious places, malls and hotels will open from June 8 as the first phase of unlock 1 begins on this date. The Ministry of Home Affairs has issued the guidelines over Unlock 1 on Saturday. These relaxations will be applicable in the areas except for containment zones. Face mask and social distancing are compulsory. Source link
Lockdown 5 Delhi plan: Partially open malls, limited hotel ops
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Lockdown 5 Delhi plan: Partially open malls, limited hotel ops

Written by Mallica Joshi | New Delhi | Published: May 31, 2020 4:36:35 am PARTIALLY OPEN malls, restaurants and hotels with strict social distancing norms and reduced capacity, and permission to operate salons and barber shops with ample space between customers. These are among the changes that Delhi can expect over the coming weeks, with the Centre moving to significantly ease curbs after Lockdown 4.0 ends Sunday. The Delhi government, which had asked the Centre to reopen malls in a limited manner earlier, is in favour of restarting economic activity even though the number of Covid cases have been rising, with 1,163...
Unlock 1.0: Schools & colleges to reopen in July
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Unlock 1.0: Schools & colleges to reopen in July

Updated : 30 May 2020 11:06 PM (IST) Unlock 1.0 has three phases. Phase I: Malls, religious places, hotels and restaurants to reopen from June 8. Phase II: Schools, colleges, educational/ training/ coaching institutions will be reopened after consultations with States and UTs in July. Phase III: Dates for reopening International air travel of passengers, operation of Metro Rail, cinema halls, gymnasiums, swimming pools, entertainment parks will be decided based on the assessment of the situation. Source link
Military, diplomatic talks on with China… LAC situation must be resolved: Rajnath
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Military, diplomatic talks on with China… LAC situation must be resolved: Rajnath

Written by Krishn Kaushik | New Delhi | Updated: May 31, 2020 7:15:16 am “I want to inform that talks with China are on at military and diplomatic levels. China has also expressed willingness to resolve the situation.” he said. In first public remarks from the political establishment on tensions along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said Saturday that dialogue at the military and diplomatic levels are on between India and China to resolve the situation. He said India wants good relations with its neighbours. Speaking to Aaj Tak, Singh said: “India is also trying that tensio...
Dhoni played a ‘big role’ in me getting captaincy: Virat Kohli | Cricket News – Times of India
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Dhoni played a ‘big role’ in me getting captaincy: Virat Kohli | Cricket News – Times of India

MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli (Getty Images)CHENNAI: Virat Kohli has been yang to MS Dhoni's yin when it comes to captaining the Indian side. While Dhoni has always shown calm and composure under pressure, Kohli is known for his aggressive approach in order to drive his teammates on. Despite their distinctive styles, a common thread between the two is Kohli's admiration for his predecessor. In fact, in an Instagram live chat with India off-spinner R Ashwin on Saturday, the 31-year-old revealed about MS Dhoni's role in getting him India's captaincy. "From the day I came into the Indian side, I wanted to learn and was intrigued by the game. I would always be in Dhoni's ears on the field. I would be bouncing off a lot of my ideas with him, of which he would refuse plenty. But he would also disc...
ICAR admits: No recent research on locusts, wake-up call
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ICAR admits: No recent research on locusts, wake-up call

Written by Harish Damodaran , Parthasarathi Biswas | New Delhi | Updated: May 31, 2020 8:34:50 am Several states and Union Territories, including Uttar Pradesh and Delhi, have warned against possible locust attacks. (PTI) There hasn’t been much “systematic research” on desert locusts in the country since the early 1990s and the current swarm invasions are a wakeup call to “restart and revive the programme”, said Trilochan Mohapatra, director-general of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR). “A lot of basic work on their biology, breeding behaviour, development and food habits was done in the dec...
Unlock 1: Passengers with valid documents can travel abroad, says Civil Aviation Minister
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Unlock 1: Passengers with valid documents can travel abroad, says Civil Aviation Minister

Updated : 30 May 2020 11:04 PM (IST) Civil Aviation Minister, Hardeep Singh Puri has said that under lockdown 1, there will be no restrictions on the passengers having valid documents to travel abroad. This will apply for the countries which will allow the movement of passengers. On Saturday, The Ministry of Home Affairs has issued guidelines regarding Unlock 1. Major relaxations except for containment zones have been provided in phase 1 starting from June 8. Source link
Ex-Railway tribunal chief: Can compensate kin of Shramik victim under ‘eggshell’ rule
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Ex-Railway tribunal chief: Can compensate kin of Shramik victim under ‘eggshell’ rule

Written by Avishek G Dastidar | New Delhi | Updated: May 31, 2020 7:04:06 am Under the Railway Act, any passenger dying or getting injured in what is called an “untoward incident” may seek compensation. Families of several migrants who died on board the Shramik Specials can be given compensation under the “eggshell principle”, a former chairman of the Railway Claims Tribunal (RCT) has said. Pointing to a 2018 judgment of the RCT that awarded Rs 8 lakh to the kin of a passenger who died after falling off the upper berth of a train, Justice K Kannan, who was RCT chairman until a year ago, said that while death of a pas...
Track surge: 40 per cent Shramik trains late, average delay 8 hours
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Track surge: 40 per cent Shramik trains late, average delay 8 hours

Written by Avishek G Dastidar , Karishma Mehrotra | New Delhi | Updated: May 31, 2020 6:59:32 am The sudden surge on the tracks and the lockdown challenge has upended schedules leading to delays across the network. For lakhs of migrants, a seat on board a Shramik Special is a precious ticket to hope — and the promise of home. Every minute weighs heavy especially when the timetable is up in the air. The sudden surge on the tracks and the lockdown challenge has upended schedules leading to delays across the network. An analysis of records from several sources by The Indian Express shows that of the 3,740 Shram...
Vizag Gas Leak: NGT panel lists string of lapses, indicts LG officials, AP depts
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Vizag Gas Leak: NGT panel lists string of lapses, indicts LG officials, AP depts

Written by Sreenivas Janyala | Hyderabad | Updated: May 31, 2020 8:06:39 am The gas leak from the LG Polymers plant in Visakhapatnam happened on May 7 (Twitter/Srijana Gumalla) A committee tasked by the National Green Tribunal to inquire into the gas leak from the LG Polymers plant in Visakhapatnam on May 7 has concluded that shortage of an inhibitor to control the temperature of the Styrene Monomer storage tank led to the failure of containment efforts, resulting in the leak that left 12 people dead and landed 500 others in hospitals. In its report submitted on May 28, the committee, headed by Justice (retd) B Sesha...
Covid, cyclone, lockdown: All lines blur in Sundarbans
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Covid, cyclone, lockdown: All lines blur in Sundarbans

Written by Ravik Bhattacharya , Atri Mitra | Kakdwip (wb), Namkhana (west Bengal) | Updated: May 31, 2020 10:28:53 am Jehangir Shah and his family inside their home in Moushuni Islands, Sundarbans. The roof was blown away by Cyclone Amphan. (Express Photo by Ravik Bhattacharya) The roof is a patchwork of faded sarees. There are no windows anymore. And yet, Jelim Khan and Rashima Bibi are relieved. They still have a house — whatever is left of it. “It’s better than jostling for space in a relief camp. These are corona times and I have two children. The panchayat has given us a plastic sheet but it will not co...
Open book examination: What does it mean? – Times of India
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Open book examination: What does it mean? – Times of India

NEW DELHI: The Delhi University is going to conduct the final year examinations from July 1, 2020. The exam would be held as open book examination mode.DU had asked teachers to prepare two sets of papers - one for online open book examination and another for the pen-paper examination.Those who have internet and computer or laptop will appear in online open examination in July and rest will appear in pen-paper exam for which time is not specified.On May 14, the university announced that it will hold examinations for its final year post graduate and under graduate students from July 1 and in case the situation arising out of the COVID-19 outbreak does not normalise, it will adopt the open book mode to conduct the test.Under the open book mode of examination, the student will be able to re...
Delhi: 20 new containment zones marked in past 24 hrs
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Delhi: 20 new containment zones marked in past 24 hrs

Updated : 30 May 2020 10:54 PM (IST) A total of 20 new containment zones have been marked in Delhi in the past 24 hours. The total containment zones in the national capital are now 122. This is an alarming situation for Delhi. Amid all this, the Ministry of Home Affairs has released new guidelines for Unlock 1.0. The country is heading towards reopening most of the things. Watch the report. Source link
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GOVERNMENT OFFICERS CAN MAKE BETTER EXCUSES FOR NOT DOING ANY WORK THIS VIDEO DEPICTS ONLY THAT HOW WORK IS NOT DONE BY PRETEXT OF SUCH GOOD WORDS

GOVERNMENT OFFICERS CAN MAKE BETTER EXCUSES FOR NOT DOING ANY WORK THIS VIDEO DEPICTS ONLY THAT HOW WORK IS NOT DONE BY PRETEXT OF SUCH GOOD WORDS If the government does not work, then it makes such an excuse, the government babu is expert in avoiding work by creating a web of words, the same is happening in our country, the government does a lot of work in the media but it says nothing works, no Do not die so hungry, do not go home unnecessarily on foot, it is getting very bad, how many died of hunger, now the lock down has increased till June 30, it has become fifth, the poor will die without earning, the government does not believe it all, Would put her in jail at the most, https://youtu.be/WrOSZG6LGlc