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New York Police Department to use decoys to fight hate crime

Plainclothes NYPD officers of Asian descent will be deployed in the city's public spaces to identify perpetrators of hate crimes and to discourage anti-Asian violence

Buddhist temple food pantry a lifeline for Nepalese students

Food pantry run by a Buddhist temple in New York City serves free food for immigrants and students

Yeshiva University an academic powerhouse

Yeshiva University offers programmes in the fields of Liberal Arts, Sciences, Medicine, Law, Business, Social Work, Jewish Studies and Education, and Psychology.

New York City unveils major police discipline reform

"For years, we have achieved major police department reforms and today's announcement is just the start for the progress we will make together as a city in 2021," Mayor Bill de Blasio said.

NYC running out of Covid-19 vaccines’ supply: Mayor

"We will run out of vaccine next week in New York City," Xinhua news agency quoted the Mayor as saying in a statement on Friday.

NYC shootings soar 97% in 2020, highest in 16 yrs

Official sources said on Friday that the NYPD responded to 1,531 shooting incidents across the city's five boroughs in 2020, 754 more than the all of 2019, reports Xinhua news agency.

Virtual Times Square Ball

For the last 113 years, excited crowds have gathered at the Times Square on New Year's Eve to bring in the New Year

Serial squirrel: Neighbours keep eye out for fierce rodent

Micheline Frederick pointed to a bruise on her wrist where she said the squirrel landed on her and then sank its teeth into her fingers and hand.

March 14 named as NYC’s Covid-19 Remembrance Day

The city reported its first novel coronavirus fatality on March 14, 2020, and the event will recognize all the people who have died from the lethal virus, said the mayor, Xinhua news agency reported.

Mandatory quarantine imposed on NYC-bound travellers

All passengers entering the city via airports will be issued a Department of Health (DOH) commissioner's order to quarantine for two weeks, and the order will come through certified mail, Xinhua news agency quoted the Mayor

New York’s 21 Club closes indefinitely due to pandemic

The restaurant's owners filed notice about the closing with the city on Wednesday, saying all 148 employees will be terminated on March 9.

NYC Covid infection rate hits new high of 3.9%: Mayor

"We're going to continue to be guided by facts and data as we fight back against #COVID19 and reopen our city," the mayor said on Sunday, Xinhua news agency reported.

New York City announces plan to reopen public schools

Students in 3-K and Pre-K programs, as well as those in grade K through grade 5 who have opted for in-person learning will return to school buildings on December 7, and schools serving students with the most significant disabilities

Telugu star Ravi Teja discloses his favourite destination

The actor currently has two films in his kitty. He will soon be seen in "Krack", which also stars Shruti Haasan, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar and Samuthirakani. The action thriller, which is Ravi's 66th film

Stifled by pandemic, US movie theaters send SOS

"The studios really need New York City in order to get decent growth out of a movie. And without New York they can't do that."

NYC seeks to reinstate virus restrictions in some spots

Nearly 1,100 people have tested positive in Brooklyn in just the last four days, according to state figures.

New York shines in blue during ‘Tribute in Light’ for those killed in 9/11

NYC shines in blue on the 19th anniversary of 9/11. #TributeinLight's twin beams remind us of our loss and the blue lights shining from the facades and spires of buildings like @OneWTC

Google partners hotels to provide contact-free, secure stay

"No audio is ever stored, and any activities will be immediately wiped from the device when it's reset for the next guest."

NYC schools not to reopen unless Covid rate below 3%

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio on Friday announced that the city would be watching the positivity rate for COVID-19 in NYC to determine if schools can reopen and stay open for the 2020-2021 school year. "We will not reopen our schools unless the city's infection rate is below 3 per cent," he said, Xinhua news agency reported.

Justin Bieber reschedules world tour for next year; announces new dates

As per his new announcement, the concert is now officially kicking off on June 2, 2021, at San Diego and wrapping it on August 15 at Sacramento.

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