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· Rahul Gandhi's popularity lower than chief ministers of Congress-ruled states, survey reveals →
Prime Minister Narendra Modi leads the chart with a nett national approval rating of 65.69%, according to the IANS-C Voter State of the Nation 2020 Survey.
· MCA supports stiffer penalties for drink driving →
On May 30, Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin announced that the Transport Ministry had been instructed to draft amendments to Act 333 following an increase in fatal road accidents that involved drunk drivers.
· Britain's claims to being a functioning democracy are only skin deep →
An unelected adviser seems to exercise more power than the prime minister, and appears unanswerable to people or parliament.
· Wednesday briefing: UK lifeline to Hongkongers →
The prime minister wrote: “If China imposes its national security law, the British government will change its immigration rules and allow any holder of these passports from Hong Kong to come to the UK for a renewable period of 12 months and be given further immigration rights including the right to work which would place them on the route to citizenship … This would amount to one of the biggest changes to our visa system in history.” Johnson may face cabinet resistance to the idea but it was welcomed by the human rights NGO Hong Kong Watch.
· Gems, jewellery, mobiles: ‘Want to be exporter, not importer’ in these 10 key sectors, says govt →
While Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday asked industry to start taking steps to achieve self-reliance in sectors such as footwear and air conditioners, the government itself has also started the groundwork to make India export oriented rather than importing items which have domestic potential.
· New Zealand tackles 'period poverty' with free sanitary products for all schoolgirls →
Prime minister Jacinda Ardern said sanitary supplies for a monthly period were not a luxury, but a necessity and too many girls were skipping school because they weren’t able to afford pads and tampons.
· Retail credit shrinks m-o-m for first time in two years →
Retail credit, one of the prime engines for the banking system’s growth in the last few years, shrunk in April as the nationwide lockdown severely restricted avenues for consumer spending.
· Head of Sydney University college says it's not a 'sandstone' nightclub →
Beneficiaries of this social development have included alumni who went on to serve as prime ministers, leading human rights lawyers, Olympians and Rhodes Scholars.
The New York Times
· Your Wednesday Briefing →
Related: The Australian prime minister called for an investigation into an attack on two Australian journalists by police officers during protests outside the White House on Monday.
· New Zealand could lift all COVID-19 measures by next week: PM Arden →
WELLINGTON: New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Wednesday (Jun 3) she could lift all social distancing measures to return the country to normal life, bar the international border closure, as early as next week.