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Leaders should more often apologise

Leaders would benefit from taking inspiration from Merkel, acknowledging their mistakes and offering real apologies

Officials should work in tandem to tackle health crisis: Adilabad Addl Collector

David underlined the need for the authorities to work in tandem with each other in order to tackle the health crisis caused by Covid-19 pandemic.

78 pc of Indian adults make conscious effort to build immunity: Survey

The pandemic has induced a radical shift in behaviour towards proactive health management, across age, in the country in the last eight months, reveals the survey.

Kamala describes Trump admin’s handling of COVID as ‘greatest failure’

Harris also said that if there is a coronavirus vaccine available during Trump's administration that is not embraced by scientific advisers, she will not take it.

Peru president survives impeachment vote amid virus turmoil

The political turmoil rocking Peru has briefly distracted attention from one of the world's worst coronavirus outbreaks and involves a cast of characters that could easily fit into a soap opera.

Israel imposes second virus lockdown hours before holiday

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the government had been left with no choice but to impose a lockdown.

Hyderabad health benefits company sees traction in Covid times

eKincare provides digital health records and insights to employees and corporates about health risk and where their spending should be targeted.

Rajasthan Royals, Kings XI Punjab, Kolkata Knight Riders land in UAE

Sixty games will be played over 53 days across three venues - Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah. In 2014, UAE had hosted the IPL partially due to the general elections in India.

Yoga can help keep body fit amid COVID-19 crisis: President Kovind

Referring to the importance of Yoga, Kovind said the ancient science of Yoga is India's great gift to the world.

Daughter brings positivity in our lives: Kunal Kemmu

"The way audience appreciated my role and gave me so much love, I could not have asked for more. I just want to explore new characters with each film."

Abhilash Thapliyal on short film about mental health during lockdown

"I am usually more comfortable doing happier roles, so this required me to shed all my inhibitions."

Covid-19 leaves Telangana’s private budget schools in lurch

The health crisis has thrown up several challenges before the managements of budget schools, starting from maintaining physical distance among students to ensuring transport facilities.

Engine maker Rolls-Royce cuts 9,000 jobs as aviation reels

The cuts at a big supplier for the aviation industry are a dark signal for Britain's overall economy.

TSBIE relieves examiners who suffers from cold

According to Board authorities, an examiner who was suffering from cold attended the evaluation duties at a centre in Hyderabad on Sunday

Centre mistaking Reform Measures as relief Measures: Vinod Kumar

Structural reforms in any sector are no doubt needed and it is an ongoing process, but how reforms in atomic energy, mineral sector, space, and defense provide relief to face COVID-19 crisis at individual level, asks Vinod Kumar

Virus could infect more than 200 mn in Africa: WHO modelling

The study comes amid stark warnings that COVID-19 threatens a health emergency in developing nations where fragile health systems are already struggling with an array of other chronic diseases.

‘COVID-19 becoming child rights crisis as 6,000 children could die daily’

With a dramatic increase in the costs of supplies, shipment and care, the agency appeal is up from a USD 651.6 million request made in late March.

New York to end statewide shutdown on Friday

Some low-risk businesses including landscaping and gardening, as well as recreational activities such as tennis can also resume across the state on Friday, said the Governor.

International tourism could decline by 60-80 per cent in 2020: UN

“This places millions of livelihoods at risk and threatens to roll back progress made in advancing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs),” it said.

Virus deprives 700,000 Italian kids of enough food: Farmers        

Undocumented workers were also hard hit as typically they had no savings and did not qualify for state help.        

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