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· Macron government faces tough talks on French hospital revamp in wake of Covid-19 →
On Monday, the health ministry will hold its first meeting to discuss the reforms with 300 representatives of unions and advocacy groups representing medical personnel.
· There's a fighter jet on the pavement! Wonders of the Soviet roadside revolution →
In the introduction, architectural historian Clem Cecil describes how the road network in the Soviet Union assumed a huge significance, as the population was urged to be peripatetic.
· UNC deputy chief thanks S. Korea for providing masks to Korean War veterans →
This year marks the 70th anniversary of the 1950-53 Korean War, in which around 1.95 million people from 22 countries participated to help South Korea fight North Korea backed by the Soviet Union and China.
· JEE Main, NEET 2020 admit card, exam timing details revealed by NTA →
Forms available till 24th May,” the Union minister had tweeted.
· Coronavirus: Education staff fear return to school, survey finds →
‘We need clarity about infection control and appropriate PPE,’ union official warns
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· What’s on TV Monday: ‘Uncut Gems’ and ‘Grant’ →
Ulysses S. Grant, the 18th president of the United States, was widely celebrated, at least in the north, after the Civil War for his contributions as a general of the Union army.
· Coronavirus: at a glance →
A top White House official on Sunday likened China’s handling of the coronavirus outbreak to the Soviet Union’s cover-up of the meltdown at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in 1986.
· Uddhav Thackeray and Piyush Goyal engage in a bitter war of words over Shramik Special trains →
The union minister followed this up with another tweet, “Sadly, it has been 1.5 hours but Maharashtra Govt.
· No home rule: Bayern out to show Dortmund who’s boss →
Bayern and Dortmund are among only three clubs — the other being Hertha Berlin who thrashed neighbours FC Union 4-0 on Friday — to have won at home since the restart.
· 'Great mates': Reds captain holds no grudges against departing trio →
After being stood down by the Queensland Rugby Union last Monday for not accepting a 60 per cent pay cut like their peers across the country, Rodda, Lucas and Hockings were released from their respective contracts on Saturday.