· Oakland police declare protest unlawful after officers injured →
Protesters in Oakland also made their way onto a freeway and shut down traffic, NBC Bay Area reported.
· Supreme Court rejects challenge to coronavirus limits on church services →
Lower courts in California had previously turned down the churches’ requests.
· 'I’m stuck in limbo': will the Covid generation of young people face long-term fallout? →
Teenagers who’d been bracing themselves for the shock of GCSEs and A-levels were told to stand down, their exams cancelled.
· Tim Dowling: have I killed the tortoise, or is it just angry? →
I look down to see a puddle of glue forming on the ground, and the tortoise lapping at it.
The New York Times
· What’s on TV Saturday: ‘Ramy’ and ‘The High Note’ →
Her world comes crashing down, though, when she learns that he’s been seeing another woman and that he kept her from the one thing she wanted.
· COVID-19: West Bengal shifting to Sweden model to contain coronavirus, suggests a top doctor in Kolkata →
Referring to the 72-day lockdown in Wuhan, he said that a lockdown of 60 to 70 days brings down the number ofcases of infection.
· Silver Miners' Q1 2020 Fundamentals →
Government officials in this dominant silver triad locked down their economies in Q1 to retard COVID-19 ripping through their populaces.
The New York Times
· Supreme Court, in 5-4 Decision, Rejects Church’s Challenge to Shutdown Order →
If the seat is hard and nonporous or leather or pleather, you can wipe that down, too.
· Franklin Templeton MF schemes closure: Madras High Court asks Sebi to file status report →
The Madras High court has issued notice to markets regulator Sebi asking it to file a status report in a public interest litigation (PIL) filed by Chennai Financial Markets Accountability (CFMA), an investor group in Chennai which moved the court seeking to safeguard nearly Rs 28,000 crore of investors’ money stuck in six schemes closed down by Franklin Templeton Mutual Fund.
· Maharashtra govt's scheme to deal with excess milk yet to take off →
Prakash Kutwal, secretary, Milk Producers and Processors’ Welfare Federation, said milk sales have gone down by 40% during the lockdown period due to closure of hotels, restaurants and tea shops.