“We have a race with no spectators. That’s not great, but it’s better than no racing at all. We have to remember there are millions of people who follow the sport sat at home. A lot of them are isolating and to be able to keep the sport alive and put on a sport and […]
According to the latest notice issued by the commission, the revised schedule for the UPPSC PCS Main and UPPSC RO, ARO prelims exams will be notified in the due course of time. Candidates are advised to visit the official website of UPPSC at uppsc.up.nic.in for regular updates.
“We have prepared a quarantine ward for the animals in the zoo on the instructions of our director, RK Singh. In case any animal shows any symptoms of Covid-19, it will be kept in quarantine and its samples will be sent for testing. All the staff will be properly sanitised before entering the zoo and […]
While giving a detailed information about the food distribution, Big B wrote, “Even where the daily food is being distributed I have insisted that proper lines are formed keeping distances from one another. The volunteers, thank the Lord are working tirelessly in extreme conditions to make sure of its proper functioning.. It is a tough […]
“It’s very demoralizing,” said Arambula, who lives in the Portland, Oregon, area and has worked full-time for Instacart since June 2017. “I don’t pretend to be a hero, like a nurse in a hospital … but I literally am exposing myself [to coronavirus] and when I return home, exposing my own family to the possibility […]
The warning was echoed by another team of scientists at Tongji Hospital, affiliated to Huazhong University of Science and Technology, is one of the hospitals designated by the government to treat coronavirus patients since an outbreak started in Wuhan in January.
Two persons, admitted to the East Block of Max Hospital, Saket with cardiac problems and later shifted to Max Smart Super Speciality Hospital after the former was turned into a dedicated COVID-19 treatment facility, tested positive for the virus on Thursday.
“Checking the temperatures of shoppers would help protect both grocery workers and shoppers, but it’s likely that not all shoppers would agree to this and it would require a major effort on the part of the chains when you consider the huge surge in numbers many of them are experiencing,” he said.
“We are looking on how far we can push cricket back,” he said. “That’s what we’re looking at right now and we’re working with the other boards around the world on seeing if that is possible. There’s obviously the Future Tours Programme and we’re so busy with teams all over the place. We have really […]
Australia were scheduled to play the two Tests in Chittagong and Dhaka from June 11 and June 19 respectively with a four-day tour game pencilled in before the opener. Incidentally, this series was originally scheduled to be played in early February but the two boards had decided to push it back by four months in […]