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|passed a resolution||決議案を可決した|
· Get creative: Singapore's circuit breaker restrictions prompt photographer to offer virtual shoots via FaceTime, Zoom →
While the resolution for pictures taken through virtual shoots are lower at 1200 x 800 pixels, as compared to the usual 6000×4000 pixels, they are good enough for social media or 4R prints.
· India’s Leadership in the WHO: What To (and What Not To) Expect →
When Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended the third Future Investment Initiative (FII) forum in October 2019 in Riyadh, he accused some “strong countries” of having used the UN as the instrument for their own purposes and thus breaching the further creation of a “rule-based order.” On the eve of the World Health Assembly (WHA), India joined Australia and other 62 countries in a resolution demanding an “impartial, independent and comprehensive” investigation into the WHO’s responses to the spread of COVID-19, which is the first official response since the breakout of pandemic.
· WHO suspends coronavirus hydroxychloroquine trial →
During last week's World Health Assembly, member states passed a resolution calling for a probe into the international response to the pandemic, an intentionally broad mission which would include examinations of the responses of individual countries and the WHO.
· Hindustan Zinc Rating: Buy — A steady performance in the quarter →
Lead/silver production increased 20%/12% q-o-q and reflects resolution of the geo-technical factors that previously impacted SK Mines’ production.
· Bayer reaches deal to settle 85,000 cancer lawsuits over Roundup weedkiller →
Last month, he won the annual confidence vote from 93 per cent of shareholders amid signs that Bayer might soon reach a resolution.
· The 100 greatest UK No 1s: 100-10 →
A posthumous chart-topper after her death in a plane crash when she was 22, More Than a Woman is one of the trio of masterpiece singles she made with Timbaland, along with We Need a Resolution and Try Again.
· Barnsley warn they 'will not accept' relegation in furious letter to EFL →
“At Stevenage we of course have a self-interest to declare, but nevertheless we have always been strongly in favour of a resolution that is ethical and fair and is consistent with sporting values and principles.”
· SEBI steps in to de-stress the stressed, but are the measures taken by the regulator good enough? →
While Takeover Code already exempts acquisitions pursuant to IBC resolution plan or lenders converting their debt into equity under RBI debt restructuring schemes, the proposed exemption for ‘stressed’ entities is wider and will cover companies in pre-insolvency and pre-debt restructuring stages.
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· Spain’s Courts, Already Strained, Face Crisis as Lockdown Lifts →
A report by the European Commission from last year showed that Spain had one of the most drawn-out processes among member states, with civil cases taking more than 200 days on average to reach initial resolutions.
· Realme Watch looks like Apple Watch, costs $50 →
It has a 1.4-inch square LCD with a 320x320 pixel resolution and a curvy glass cover, runs a custom version of Android, has 14 different sports modes, displays phone notifications, and lets you control your phone's music player and camera.