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· The nostalgic value of the bucket hat →
Its funky shape can be attributed to the fact that it began life as a utilitarian item for workers to keep the sun and rain off their heads, adopted, along with tracksuits and trainers, by the nascent hip-hop community.
· Four Corners Is Overvalued Given Restaurant Struggles →
COVID has flipped the food dollar trend on its head with most now being spent in grocery stores.
· Why more Republican women are running for the House than ever before →
“It all came to a head last cycle,” Perez-Cubas said.
· SpeakUp: Congress campaign to mount pressure on Modi govt to deposit Rs 10,000 in bank accounts of poor →
We will demand that the Centre credits the amount to the (bank accounts of the) poor as part of the digital campaign,” Pilot, the deputy CM of Rajasthan and who heads the party’s state unit, said
The Wall Street Journal
· Trump Ramps Up Swing-State Travel →
On Wednesday, the president heads to Florida, his fourth battleground-state destination in four weeks, where he will witness the launch of the private SpaceX rocket, manned by NASA astronauts.
· Xiaomi is finally bringing its Mi-branded MacBook-killer laptops to India →
Xiaomi India head Manu Kumar Jain has taken to social media to tease the product launch and while no tentative timeline has been revealed, it will definitely be any day now.
· France names first indigenous director of top museum →
Emmanuel Kasarherou will make history Wednesday as the first indigenous person ever to head a major French national museum when he is named director of the Quai Branly-Jacques Chirac museum in Paris.
· Boris Johnson should be protecting the nation. Instead he's protecting one man →
Although the UK has a GDP per head of nearly £35,000, it still can’t run a test-and-trace regime to touch that of Vietnam (GDP per head, £2,000).
· EU proposes huge aid plan as virus hammers Latin America →
The Iberian nation and others hit particularly hard, such as Italy, Germany, France and Britain, have all started easing their lockdowns, as people head to shops, sunbathe at beaches and run in parks after months of confinement.
The Wall Street Journal
· India’s Migrants Head Home as Lockdown Eases, Prompting Fears of Coronavirus Spread →
“The situation in our area is like a hidden land mine waiting to explode,” said Upendra Kumar Singh, head of Hasanpura village council, part of a larger governing district that oversees about 12,500 people in three villages in the state of...