· The Windrush scandal TV drama: ‘People will be up in arms when they see this’ →
I’ve also witnessed a shift from optimism to disillusionment as the compensation process drags on.
· As lockdown lifts, FOGO sets in. Here's how to handle it →
She has witnessed it in university students, fellow staff members and many patients.
· RIL, ITC keep Sensex, Nifty under pressure; check what’s keeping investors edgy today →
Spike in coronavirus cases: In the last 24 hours, India witnessed a sharp spike in COVID-19 cases.
· LIC launches pension scheme with 10-year term policy for senior citizens →
This is 71st consecutive month witnessing a rise in the numbers of folios, according to data from the Association of Mutual Funds in India.
· Police arrest suspect in Kyoto Animation studio arson attack that killed 36 →
Police, quoting witnesses to the attack, have alleged Aoba arrived carrying two containers of flammable liquid, entered the studio’s unlocked front door, dumped the liquid and set it afire with a lighter.
· Spirited tale of a wolf in poodle's clothing →
And his coming-of-age ceremony involves a full moon, together with a spectacular transmutation witnessed by a company of distinguished werewolves with glittering gaze and very large teeth.
The China Post
· Swift firings for Minneapolis officers in death of black man →
Andrew Scott, a former Boca Raton, Florida, police chief who now testifies as an expert witness in use-of-force cases, called Floyd’s death “a combination of not being trained properly or disregarding their training.”
The Japan Times
· Couples hold first same-sex marriages in Costa Rica →
A judge, two witnesses, relatives and hundreds of online viewers joined activist lawyer Castillo and Campos at the Tuesday morning ceremony, which went ahead despite difficulties caused by social distancing restrictions in the coronavirus pandemic.
The Japan Times
· Chinese in Canada a target of increased hate during pandemic →
But while political leaders, police and community advocates alike condemned the incidents, others want to see more aggressive preventive action by authorities, such as financial support for organizations serving the Chinese Canadian community, offering victims mental health services, and backing initiatives to educate witnesses on how best to respond.
· Delhi records hottest May day since 2002, Churu sizzles at 50 degrees Celsius; Heavy rain alert for Assam, Meghalaya →
Weather Update, Heatwave news: Even as Delhi and other parts of north and west India is witnessing intense heat wave, the weather department has issued alert for heavy rains in Assam and Meghalaya.