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Coronavirus Lockdown 5.0: What is not open in Unlock 1: See list

Unlock1: Government has eased the blockage of the coronavirus New Delhi: The center has extended the coronavirus blockade in the containment areas until June 30. In a statement titled “Unlock 1” to indicate that the country, at least in commercial and economic activities, is slowly emerging from the coronavirus crisis, the government said that all services and activities except select …

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PIA flight crashed ‘black boxes’ for examination in France

Dozens killed after Pakistani flight crashes 

The recorders, commonly known as “black boxes,” were recovered after the flight, PIA 8303, crashed in a dense residential area adjacent to the Jinnah International Airport in Karachi on May 22, killing all but 99 people. board. The French civil aviation safety investigation authority, BEA, is the accredited representative for the Airbus 320 plane involved in the accident. A French …

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Tiger in line to Captain US Ryder Cup team

“2009 AT&T National, Earl Woods Memorial” (CC BY 2.0) by chriswellner There have been few glitches in Tiger Woods’ illustrious playing career but when the multiple Major winner looks back at his time on the course, he may just have one small regret. Tiger is often cited as a solitary man on the greens and fairways but that single-minded outlook is one of …

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Regulator DGCA orders probe after Air India Delhi-Moscow plane returns mid-way, pilot found positive coronavirus

International flights: Air India Delhi-Moscow flight returned midway after the pilot was found infected New Delhi: Aviation regulator DGCA will order a probe in a “span” after an empty Air India plane flying from Delhi to Moscow returned halfway when the pilot was found infected with coronavirus. The state airline ground team realized that the pilot was a COVID-19 patient …

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George Floyd’s protests spread across the country

George Floyd's protests spread across the country

A check cashing business burns during protests in Minneapolis on Friday. John Minchillo / AP About 50 people have been arrested as protests continue in Minneapolis. More than 2,500 officers are helping to keep the peace, Minnesota Department of Public Safety Commissioner John Harrington said at a press conference. This is one of the largest civilian police forces the state …

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Companies Leading the Way to a Greener Future

Caption: Wearing sustainable yoga clothing allows us to connect more sincerely to the planet Thankfully, nowadays the need to be greener is very much in the public conscience and as such, many companies are recognizing the need to clean up their act. Whether it’s small steps like recycling office papers, or mammoth tasks, like committing to net zero emissions, businesses across the …

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