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· IRCTC Special Trains: From today, Indian Railways to start 200 more trains; waitlist, tatkal rules explained →
According to the Railway Ministry, more than 1.45 lakh passengers will travel on day 1 of 200 trains, starting on 1 June 2020.
· Narco-terror module busted in Jammu and Kashmir, 6 JeM associates held →
According to the police, the militant associates were in close connection with Pakistan-based handlers and involved in drug trade, supply of weapons and assisted financially to active militants of JeM, he said.
· One in three Britons working while unwell during lockdown due to redundancy fears, research shows →
According to a survey of 2,000 people by financial services firm Canada Life, one in three have continued to work in lockdown despite being unwell.
· Coronavirus: Majority of British workers want watchdog spot checks to keep them safe from Covid-19 →
Staffing levels at the government agency also fell dramatically over the same period, from 3,702 to 2,501, while the number of inspectors dropped from 1,495 to 978, according to figures from the House of Commons library.
· Gynaecologist 'used scans from other people' to justify pelvic mesh surgery, court told →
According to court documents, the woman sought surgical advice after she was the victim of a sexual assault involving a knife.
· Buying Life Insurance: From sales to eKYC to policy issuance, insurers taking these steps in COVID-19 times →
“Most of the insurance companies have revised their medical guidelines according to the current scenario.
· Coronavirus: Nearly half of pupils expected to stay at home when schools reopen →
More than a quarter (29 per cent) of available teachers will be working from home only, according to the National Foundation for Educational Research study, prompting fears that shortages will affect teaching standards.
· 4-year-old boy dies after being hit by tractor driven by father →
According to police, the incident occurred at around 11 a.m., Fuji TV reported.
· 61-year-old woman beaten to death in Aomori home →
According to police, Junko Sato was found by her son who had come to visit her at around 3 p.m., Fuji TV reported.
· Japan may re-open borders to travelers from Thailand, Vietnam, Australia, NZ →
Southeast Asia accounts for just 4.4% of global COVID-19 infections, according to the World Health Organization, much lower than the Americas or Europe, which each account for roughly 40%.