Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh have two of the most developed health systems in India, but Covid-19 patients in these states are being detected far too late compared to international standards.
A Mangaluru City Corporation proposal for bio-mining of solid waste at its landfill site at Pachchanady to reclaim land for further use is awaiting the approval of the State government.
The sheer scale of the state-run NHS, which employs 1.5 million people and accounts for about 7% of Britain’s economy, means the move could put significant pressure on its thousands of suppliers to decarbonise their operations.
The “rule of six” could be working, scientists believe.
Esper’s visit, the first by an American Defense Secretary since 2006, is part of a larger push to boost ties with the North African nation, coming just days after the top general overseeing US military operations traveled to the country to meet with Algerian leadership.
Britain’s primary environmental agency announced that beginning Thursday a ban on all “single-use” beverage straws is in effect, making it illegal for businesses to sell or supply them to individual customers.
Adders in UK could be extinct within 12 years because they are being killed by pheasants, experts warn
Adders could be extinct within 12 years in the UK in a crisis partly caused by pheasant releases, experts have warned.
Close to €2.4 billion was invested in Irish real estate during the first nine months of the year, new figures show.
Give restaurants a fighting chance to survive, reopening at 25% won’t cut it: Restaurant owner Buddy Foy Jr.
On September 30, New York City restaurants were permitted to reopen at 25% capacity for indoor dining based on coronavirus restrictions.
Prime Minister Imran Khan’s speech at the United Nations General Assembly is the most-watched video among world leaders on the UN’s YouTube page with more than 170,000 views since it was uploaded on the video-sharing platform on September 25.