We love you, crunchy almond, but we’re moving on.
We love you, crunchy almond, but we’re moving on.
Dr. Balram Bhargava, head of the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), said in an interview that lockdown restrictions should remain in place in all districts where the rate of infection is above 10% of those tested. Currently, three-fourths of India's 718 districts have what is known as a test-positivity rate above 10%, including major cities like New Delhi, Mumbai and the tech hub of Bengaluru. Bhargava's comments are the first time a senior government official has outlined how long lockdowns, which already encompass large parts of country, need to continue to rein in the crisis in India.
Some of the ‘meme coins’ that were donated tanked in value by nearly 40%
SEOUL (Reuters) -Samsung BioLogics Co Ltd and Pfizer Inc on Wednesday denied a report that they were working together to produce in South Korea a COVID-19 vaccine developed by the U.S. drugmaker. The Korea Economic Daily reported earlier that the biotech arm of Samsung Group had been revamping production lines at its plant in Songdo to produce the Pfizer vaccine, which was jointly developed by the German BioNTech. Samsung BioLogics said in a one-line filing to the stock exchange that the report was "not factual".
‘Even our allies must be held accountable for human rights violations,’ congressman says
North Carolina freshman mocked for celebrating removal of House Republican Conference chair by quoting song from 1969
Former nursing assistant Reta Mays, 46, faced her victims' families before a judge sentenced her to life in prison.
Republicans officially ousted the daughter of the former vice president from her leadership role on Wednesday
Taliban leapt at the opportunity to use the CIA’s operation to radicalise people in the region
Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro has launched a shrewd charm offensive to seduce the Biden administration. He wants it to lift U.S. sanctions on his country.
Court filings show the US government has removed Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi from its trade ban list, meaning Americans can invest in the firm.
‘Right now, it’s basically the Titanic. We’re in the middle of this slow sink’
Josh Norris scored nine seconds into overtime and the Ottawa Senators beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 4-3 on Wednesday night to finish the season. Mitch Marner turned over the the puck to Brady Tkachuk off the opening face in the extra period, and Tkachuk fed Norris for his 17th of the season. “What a way to end the season,” Norris said.
It will be the first time former Panthers quarterback has played at Bank of America Stadium since September 12, 2019.
The judge agreed with four out of five allegations of aggravating factors
Toyota shrugged off the health crisis slump and global chip shortage on Wednesday (May 5), reporting that its fourth-quarter operating profit nearly doubled since last year.The world's biggest automaker by vehicle sales also announced a $2.3 billion share buyback, and forecast annual profit will rise by 14% to pre-pandemic levels. It says that will largely be driven by renewed demand in its biggest market - the United States.Toyota predicts overall sales will grow 6.4% to 10.55 million vehicles for the year.Its shares rose just over 2% after the results were released.But it was a different story for smaller rival Nissan. Its shares tumbled around 10% after releasing weaker-than-expected guidance for the current fiscal year.Toyota surprised rivals and investors last quarter when it said output would not be significantly disrupted by ongoing chip shortages.Volkswagen, General Motors and Ford, among others, have been forced to slow or suspend some production.The global auto industry has been grappling with that shortage since late last year, and has seen it worsen in recent months.Japan's second-biggest automaker, Honda, is due to report its annual results on Friday (May 14).
‘I’ve asked Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Hady Amr to go to the region immediately,’ Secretary of State Antony Blinken says
Four months later, Republicans deny there was an insurrection at the Capitol on 6 January and condemn law enforcement investigations into ‘peaceful patriots’ who stormed the halls of Congress
President Joe Biden is expected to nominate former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel to serve as the U.S. ambassador to Japan, according to a person familiar with the president's decision. The person, who was not authorized to comment publicly about the matter and spoke on condition of anonymity Tuesday, said the White House plans to announce Emanuel's nomination later this month. Emanuel is a former three-term congressman who served as Barack Obama’s first White House chief of staff and was a senior adviser in Bill Clinton’s administration.
Justin Trudeau says by September they will have enough vaccines for everyone to be fully inoculated
Liz Cheney has been ousted from her position in the House Republican Party leadership. The party removed Ms Cheney from her post as conference chairwoman by a voice vote because of her opposition to Donald Trump’s election lies. The motion to remove the Wyoming representative was put forward by Virginia Foxx and supported by GOP leader Kevin McCarthy.