Oktober 5, 2022


VIRGO (August 23 – September 23) — All your efforts and hard work will bring positive results. So, rejoice and don’t worry because you will reap what you sowed. Slow down on spending when you have the desired money. That way you will have something saved in case of sudden expenses, whether it is for comfort or emergency. LIBRA (September 24 – October 23) — Don’t get carried away by

Appeals court orders another look at revised DACA

NEW ORLEANS (AP) – A federal appeals court on Wednesday ordered a lower court review of the Biden administration’s revisions to a program that prevented the deportation of hundreds of thousands of immigrants brought to the United States as children. The 5th US Circuit Court of Appeals said a federal district judge in Texas should revisit the program after revisions adopted in August. The decision, for now, leaves the future

WHO flags four India-made paediatric cough syrups in west Africa after 66 kids die

Geneva: The World Health Organization on Wednesday issued an alert for four “contaminated” India-made medicines, chiefly for paediatric use, identified in the west African nation of The Gambia and found to contain chemicals that are toxic and potentially fatal after 66 child deaths. “WHO has today issued a medical product alert for four contaminated medicines identified in #Gambia that have been potentially linked with acute kidney injuries and 66 deaths

"Challenge to a Sustainable Aviation Industry" Lecture by ANA President Inoue

On September 22nd, the first day of Tourism EXPO Japan, Shinichi Inoue, President of All Nippon Airways (ANA) gave a lecture on the theme of “Challenges to a Sustainable Aviation Industry” prior to the Tourism Ministers’ Meeting. In order to reduce CO2 emissions, he introduced the industry’s efforts to explore the use of a new fuel called SAF (Sustainable Aviation Fuel). SAF is a general term for fuels other than

Sisodia’s letter to Delhi LG reflects AAP’s frustration over exposure of ‘scams’: BJP

New Delhi: The BJP Delhi unit on Wednesday said the ruling AAP was showing signs of frustration after the exposure of “scams” in the Arvind Kejriwal government. The BJP’s remark came after Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia wrote to Lieutenant Governor V K Saxena, accusing him of “interfering” in the AAP government’s functioning and setting up “false” enquiries. In the letter, Sisodia also asked the LG why he did not

7 countries and 4 organizations discuss post-corona industries at the Tourism Ministers' Meeting

On September 22, the first day of Tourism EXPO Japan, the 5th Tourism Ministers’ Meeting was held under the theme of “Tourism’s Challenge to Climate Change” and the subtitle of “What is the shape of new industries in the with-corona and post-corona era?” Ministers and representatives from seven countries, including Cambodia, Jamaica, and Uzbekistan, and four international organizations, including the Pacific Asia Tourism Association, attended. Hiroo Ishii, State Minister of

We will not withdraw support to coalition govt in Meghalaya: BJP leader

Shillong: BJP leader Sanbor Shullai on Wednesday asserted that it will continue to support the NPP-led Meghalaya Democratic Alliance government, amid speculations of the saffron party withdrawing support to the coalition. Shullai’s comments come almost a month after BJP’s Meghalaya in-charge M Chuba Ao said the party will soon take a call on whether to continue its support to the NPP-led MDA government in the state, following allegations of corruption

Yuma mayor on record number of migrants crossing border

YUMA, Aris. (NewsNation) — The mayor of Yuma, Arizona, says the record number of migrants crossing the southern border is starting to weigh on the city’s medical industry. Republican Mayor Doug Nicholls said that while a local nonprofit helps thousands of migrants gain access to resources once they arrive, the city faces heavy prices for their medical care. “We have $20 million in unreimbursed expenses that relate directly to health

Americans' support for unions at highest level in decades

(NewsNation) — Like millions of Americans pay attention to their actual salary decline in the face of rising inflation, support for unions has surged to its highest level in nearly 60 years, according to a recent Gallup poll. The survey, from August, found 71% of Americans approve of unions — nearly 20 points over a decade ago and the highest percentage in a Gallup poll since 1965. Widespread support came