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· BPCL privatisation bid deadline extended; check new date →
Changes in the consortium are allowed within 45 days, but the lead member cannot be changed, it added.
· New Zealand discharges its last coronavirus patient from hospital →
The letter says that in 2019 Amtrak and its state partners carried more than 32 million passengers and had been on pace for what it called another record-breaking year, but the pandemic changed that.
· 'Gold Coast stuff': Fears over Treasury Square development →
“And it's not enough for us to politely request that these changes be made prior to [the] final exhibition.
· The coronavirus crisis is once in a generation opportunity to make our country fairer and more liberal →
Good leaders spell out what they and their parties stand for, allowing people to grasp the ideas, embrace change and move forward together.
· Coronavirus: Clothes touched by customers may need to be ‘quarantined’ as scientists say they don’t know how long virus can survive on fabrics →
In April, the British Retail Consortium (BRC) released guidance asking businesses to consider closing or limiting acess to changing rooms in shops under strict social distancing measures.
The Wall Street Journal
· Joe Biden Weighs New Climate Proposals, Despite GOP Attacks →
Mr. Biden has indicated he is willing to do more to address climate change, saying last month that possible areas to build on include investing in clean energy technologies and environmental justice, or policies that prevent minority communities...
The Wall Street Journal
· The Stock Market and Consumer Sentiment Are Telling Different Stories →
The spread between the monthly percentage change of the S&P 500 and the University of Michigan’s consumer sentiment survey climbed to 32 percentage points last month, the widest-ever gulf in data going back to 1978, according to Dow Jones Market Data.
· RIL, which made equities popular, inaugurates new trading venue with biggest ever rights issue →
As many as 29 million of the securities traded that day, surpassing the number of Reliance shares that changed hands, the data show.
· Evidence of Ear Infections Discovered in Remains of Humans Living in Levant 15,000 Years Ago →
The researchers found a decline in morbidity as a result of ear infections following the transition from hunting and gathering to farming because of changes in living conditions.