The Central Bank recorded the strongest cash outflow from banks since the mobilization

The mutiny of Wagner PMC Yevgeny Prigozhin, which almost turned into a military coup with tanks on the streets of Moscow, provoked the strongest surge in demand for cash since the autumn mobilization, testifies Central Bank statistics. In the two weeks that have passed since the events of June 23-24, the volume of cash in circulation (outside the Central Bank) jumped by 243.4 billion rubles, a record amount since September

2023 likely to become hottest year ever recorded

London: Global temperatures have accelerated to record-setting levels this month, an ominous sign in the climate crisis ahead of a gathering El Nino that could potentially propel 2023 to become the hottest year ever recorded. Preliminary global average temperatures taken so far in June are nearly 1 degree Celsius above levels previously recorded for the same month, going back to 1979, the Guardian reported. While the month is not yet

Chopped body case: Statements of 20 persons recorded, says police

Thane: The Mira-Bhayandar, Vasai-Virar police in Maharashtra have recorded the statements of more than 20 persons in connection with the sensational discovery of the chopped, pressure-cooked and roasted body parts of a 32-year-old woman from a flat on the outskirts of Mumbai. Victim Saraswati Vaidya’s live-in partner Manoj Sane (56) has been arrested for allegedly killing her and dismembering the body in their 7th-floor rented apartment in Mira Road of

Norwegian researchers recorded an explosion at the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station before the destruction of the dam

Seismic stations recorded explosion signals at the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station on the night of June 6, informs Norwegian Foundation for Geological and Physical Research (NORSAR). The researchers note that the station that registered the explosion is located about 62 km from the dam. According to its data, on June 6, at 2:54 local time, tremors of magnitude from 1 to 2 points occurred near the hydroelectric dam. “The time

Karnataka Assembly polls: 8.26% voter turnout recorded after first round

Bengaluru: Karnataka recorded an average 8.26 per cent voter turnout till 9 a.m. after completion of the first round of voting which is underway on Wednesday to elect the 224-member state Assembly. Varuna constituency from where Opposition leader Siddaramaiah and Housing Minister V. Somanna are contestingsaw 11.5 per cent voting. The people in communally-sensitive coastal and hilly districts have come out in large numbers to exercise their right to franchise.

DOH recorded 1,010 new COVID-19 cases in the Philippines

MANILA, Philippines- The Department of Health (DOH) recorded 1,010 new COVID-19 cases this Sunday, bringing the total number of cases in the country to 4,009,466. This is the second day in a row that more than 1,000 new cases have been recorded, following 1,229 new infections on Saturday. This past week, the department recorded less than 1,000 new cases for four consecutive days. Based on DOH data, active cases in

9 volcanic earthquakes recorded in Kanlaon volcano

MANILA, Philippines – As many as nine (9) earthquakes were felt around the Kanlaon volcano in the past overnight reported by the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs). According to Phivolcs, in addition to the tremors, alert level 1 has been raised around the volcano. Phivolcs further said that it is strictly forbidden for anyone to enter the 4-kilometer radius Permanent Danger Zone (PDZ). In this regard, Phivolcs was

776 new COVID cases recorded in the Philippines

MANILA, Philippines- For the fourth consecutive day, the Department of Health (DOH) recorded less than 1,000 new cases of the coronavirus disease in the country. In the data, only 776 cases have been recorded bringing the total number of infections to 4,007,318 since the pandemic hit. Of the new cases, 157 were identified in Metro Manila. Active cases remained at 18,085, the lowest since July 14. The agency also recorded

23 landslides recorded in Cebu

CEBU CITY- This city recorded 23 incidents of landslides from five barangays, causing the Bureau of Fire Protection to evacuate residents due to typhoon Paeng last Sunday. According to Joy Hernandez, rehab and recovery section of the Office of Civil Defense in Central Visayas chief, the affected barangays are Bon-bon, Kalunasan, Guba, Pung-ol Sibugay and Busa. Hernandez said, expect more landslides to be recorded due to the continuous rains in

Almost 40K passengers at the Undas docks, PCG recorded

MANILA, Philippines – Thousands of passengers were monitored by the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) this morning, November 2 as part of Oplan Biyaheng Ayos – Undas 2022. According to the Coast Guard’s latest monitoring, they have recorded almost 40,000 marine passengers. The return of those who went home to the provinces to commemorate Undas is also expected. According to the PCG report, of the said number, 20,172 are outbound passengers