Mexico stops bleeding jobs, president says, 15,000 added so far in August

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico has started getting people back to work again in August after losing 1.1 million formal jobs between March and July due to the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Saturday.

Iowa Hawkeyes Will Cap Stadium Capacity At No More Than 15,000 Fans

Wisconsin won’t have fans, and they’re just north of Iowa. What do the Hawkeyes know that team in Madison doesn’t? Why are they optimistic when the rest of us aren’t?

Argentine government announces economic subsidy for families of COVID-19 victims

The decree, published on Saturday on the the Official Gazett, grants 15,000 pesos (about 206 U.S. dollars) to the relatives of the victims, who were unemployed or working in the informal economy at the time of their deaths.

Will take all Covid precautions for monsoon session of legislature, says UP minister

Yes, the e-office system will be encouraged. But switching over to the e-office system completely will take some time. Those belonging to the old generation are not comfortable with using the new technology. But the young generation uses the new technology with much ease. Some departments have implemented e-office and more will do so in […]

Loving BTS: How one concert inspired me to follow my dreams

“I know they talk like you’re too naive~ (like) you’re too young but eventually, fools change the world. I believe that” This is what Kim Namjoon (aka RM), the leader of Korean music group BTS, told his fans one fine day in 2017. And on March 20, 2019, the septet group changed my world on […]

Israel protests: Anger mounts over Netanyahu government, pandemic response

“Netanyahu is fighting to get Israel’s economy back to normal and to transfer funds and grants to Israeli citizens,” the prime minister’s right-wing Likud party said in a statement. The party also referred to the protests as “left-wing riots” and called the demonstrators “anarchists.”

Top Bike News Of The Week: Important Highlights In Two-Wheeler Space From Previous Week

The Saathi electric scooter is mainly targeted towards last-mile connectivity or delivery task. As a result, the scooter comes equipped with utilitarian features such as two baskets placed at either end. The Saathi features a maximum claimed riding range of up to 60 kilometres on a single charge — here are more details.

Tales of the Cocktail, once on the rocks, finds new leaders, new calling as nonprofit

While the costume and Zulu’s role as the city’s premier African-American krewe are widely understood in New Orleans, the image of Tuennerman, who is white, dressed in blackface was bound to be an issue as the social media post spread. The post included a comment from Paul Tuennerman that many deemed to be racially insensitive.

Shadowy hacking industry may be helping FBI crack an iPhone

Most such companies keep a very low profile. Since the bulk of their business is with governments and law enforcement, there’s no reason to for them to advertise their services. In addition, it’s in their interest to keep exactly what they do under wraps, said Christopher Soghoian, principal technology expert for the ACLU.

Top Car News Of The Week: Important Highlights In Four-Wheeler Segment From Previous Week

Most auto manufacture continues with the trend of launching new vehicles digitally. The Covid-19 pandemic has certainly changed the way automaker announced its new products in the market. Whether this will become the new normal remains to be seen. Soon the Indian market will be added with a host of new SUVs across various segments.