Month: April 2020

Italian cruise ship in Japan has 48 coronavirus cases

Nearly 50 crew members on an Italian cruise ship docked for repairs in Japan’s Nagasaki have tested positive for the new coronavirus, raising concern about the strain on the city’s hospitals if conditions worsen for those infected. Results on Thursday showed 14 more aboard, all either cooks or those serving food, were infected with the …

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Anurag Kashyap wishes Manoj Bajpayee a happy birthday: Aapki acting ki badhaas jald hi nikle

On Manoj Bajpayee’s 51st birthday today, many celebrities have come forward to wish him on social media. Director Anurag Kashyap’s birthday wish stands out for their cool camaraderie. “Happy Birthday @BajpayeeManoj Sahab…Aasha hai aapki acting ki badhaas jald hi nikle (sic),” Anurag tweeted. Happy Birthday @BajpayeeManoj sahab .. — Anurag Kashyap (@anuragkashyap72) April 23, 2020 …

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Merkel warns coronavirus crisis ‘still just the beginning’

Image copyright AFP Image caption Chancellor Merkel has been widely praised for her handling of the crisis German Chancellor Angela Merkel says her country must remain “clever and cautious” in handling the coronavirus crisis, as “it’s not the end phase but still just the beginning”. “We will be with it for a long time,” she …

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West Ham’s David Moyes says football must ‘reset’ after coronavirus crisis

Soccer in England was suspended indefinitely last month due to the new coronavirus and West Ham are among several Premier League teams to announce player wage deferrals to help their clubs cope with the financial impact. Reuters Photo HIGHLIGHTS David Moyes said Covid-19 pandemic could prompt a rethink of the way clubs operate Soccer in …

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Scientists Advising The UK Government On The Coronavirus Fear Boris Johnson’s Team Is Using Them As “Human Shields”

Some of the scientists advising the UK government on its handling of the coronavirus pandemic fear they will be used by ministers as “human shields” at a future public inquiry, and they have privately discussed how to protect themselves from any attempted blame game, BuzzFeed News can reveal. Members of the Scientific Advisory Group for …

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T20 World Cup: No decision on T20 World Cup before July: New Zealand Cricket chief | Cricket News

WELLINGTON: Any decision on whether the Twenty20 World Cup has to be rescheduled from its October start date due to the COVID-19 pandemic will not be made until July, New Zealand Cricket (NZC) board chief David White said on Thursday. The International Cricket Council (ICC) will discuss contingency plans for the tournament in Australia, as …

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Ajmer’s dargah area reports 79 cases in 24 hours | Ajmer News

AJMER/JAIPUR: The densely populated Muslim Mochi Mohalla in Ajmer’s Dargah area has emerged as the latest Covid-19 hotspot in the state. In the last 24 hours, the area has reported 79 cases from 11-15 houses. The city’s total number of positive cases beginning March 28 stood at 103 on Wednesday. This has left the Ajmer …

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Tokyo Olympics: Impossible to delay Olympics again, says Tokyo 2020 chief | Tokyo Olympics News

TOKYO: The Tokyo 2020 Olympics cannot be delayed beyond the year-long postponement already forced by the coronavirus outbreak, the organising committee’s president has warned in comments published Thursday. Tokyo 2020 president Yoshiro Mori said there is “absolutely no” chance of postponing the Games beyond their rescheduled July 23, 2021, opening, according to Kyodo News agency. …

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Can you self-diagnose coronavirus by holding your breath for 10 seconds?

The coronavirus outbreak continues its relentless spread worldwide with the number of infections and deaths rising expeditiously every day. The number of confirmed cases has touched the mark of 2.5 million across the globe and over 160,000 people have lost their lives due to this pandemic. The surge in the number of positive cases is …

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Andy Murray: COVID-19: Tennis will be one of the last sports to return, feels Andy Murray | Tennis News

LONDON: Tennis will be one of the last sports to return to action after the world has recovered from the coronavirus pandemic, former world number one Andy Murray said on Wednesday. The tennis season has been suspended since March and the hiatus will continue at least until mid-July, playing havoc with the schedule and depriving …

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