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· Non-payment of salaries: No coercive action against employers for violating MHA order till June 12, says Supreme Court →
Some discussion should be held to work out some solution for this period of time,” the bench said, adding that a balance has to be struck between wage payment for the lockdown period and protecting the industries.
· Video appears to show officers hitting cyclist on Manhattan street →
“Within a moment’s notice after that, one of the officers fired their less-lethal munition at that individual, apparently, but it struck this victim instead,” Manley said, “and this victim then fell to the ground and it appears as though he hit his head when he fell to the ground as well.”
The China Post
· Many more likely sought US jobless aid even as layoffs slow →
The pace of job cuts has been declining over the past two months after the coronavirus had struck hard in March, forced widespread business closures and sent the economy into a deep recession.
The New York Times
· Why Michael Eric Dyson Would Demote ‘Heart of Darkness’ From the Canon →
I’d strike Conrad’s “Heart of Darkness” (it’s done so much damage in fashioning savage notions of Africa) and replace it with, say, Octavia Butler’s “Kindred.” For nonfiction, I don’t know what I’d remove, but I’d sure add Martha C. Nussbaum’s “The Fragility of Goodness.” I know Nussbaum is highly regarded, but if she were a man, she’d take her rightful place as one of the greatest philosophers and thinkers in the last half-century.
· Sensex snaps six-day gaining streak, Nifty holds 10,000; check what dragged markets today →
Technical glitch strikes NSE: Error in the price feed of Bank Nifty contracts impacted the trading activity.
· Germany unveils huge €130bn coronavirus recovery package →
Against a backdrop of rising unemployment and with Germany already in a technical recession before Covid-19 struck, Merkel said a “bold response” was required to secure jobs and keep the economy running.
· China will crush dissent in Hong Kong, just as it did in Tiananmen Square →
To commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre last year, I posted a photograph online of a night scene showing the mass hunger strike that took place there.
· ‘Everything has changed’: Joshua Kimmich on what Premier League players can expect from football’s return →
What struck Joshua Kimmich more than anything was the strange calmness in himself as much as out on the pitch.