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· Tuesday briefing: Teargas for protesters before Trump poses at church →
Under proposals, arrivals to the UK would be able to break their 14-day self-isolation to shop for food, medicine or to meet a legal obligation – and police powers to carry out spot checks appear flimsy.
· Uday Kotak sells 2.83% stake for Rs 6,940 cr, brings down shareholding closer to RBI mandated limit →
The lender followed-up with a proposal to cut promoter holding to 19.70%, which was rejected by the central bank.
· Round Four: UK and EU back in the Brexit ring →
But London insists the draft UK proposals meet these commitments, and complains that the EU is refusing to offer the same kind of trade deal it signed with sovereign powers like Canada or Singapore.
· Racing Victoria adopt 'cautious approach' to crowds returning →
Heat has been taken out of the Melbourne Racing Club's proposal to host the Caulfield Cup and Guineas features in late November, after the Melbourne Cup, by the Australian Trainers' Association and the Thoroughbred Racehorse Owners' Association, making it more likely the spring will proceed as originally planned - with the Caulfield Cup on October 17.
· 'Not ready to make that decision': Barilaro hesitant on NRL crowds →
V'landys has in recent weeks said his team is urgently preparing a proposal to take to the state government, which is set to involve infra-red cameras and temperature checks of fans before and during games.
· 'Place for friends': Trudeau says Russia won't be included in the G7 →
Trump, meanwhile, called Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday, US time, to tell him about his proposal to convene an international summit that would involve Russia, the Kremlin said.
· Labor candidate calls for tax deductible holidays to fire-affected areas →
Tourists would get a tax break for holidays in areas devastated in last summer's bushfires under a proposal being aired in the Eden-Monaro byelection by Labor candidate Kristy McBain.
Hong Kong Free Press
· Hong Kong and Macau’s paternity rights are the weak link in gender equality →
In an effort to uphold the proposal, Macau’s government said it would pay for the two extra weeks of maternity leave in the new bill for three years at an estimated cost of MOP$120 million (HK$116.5 million) to the public coffers.
· British grands prix to get green light →
A proposal to introduce a reversed-grid qualifying session is proving more fraught.
The China Post
· CBO projects virus impact could trim GDP by $15.7 trillion →
Senate Republicans have dismissed the proposal as a wish list but have yet to unveil any proposal to counter it.