Monthly Archives: April 2020

Coronavirus Update Government Capital Infusion In Public Sector Banks

SBI Eases Minimum Balance Rules. Here

The government may need to make a provision of at least Rs 20-25,000 crore Government has assured state banks it is ready to provide capital support as the coronavirus pandemic may lead to a surge in bad loans when economic growth is slowing, three government and banking sources told Reuters. …

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Finishing school: how Fortuna Sittard are breathing life into young careers | Football

George Cox in discussions with Fortuna’s assistant manager, Kevin Hofland.

“Coming out here is definitely the best thing I’ve done,” George Cox says. The Brighton left-back is enjoying an interrupted season on loan at Fortuna Sittard, one of many players taking advantage of the chance to develop in the Eredivisie. Fortuna are open about their transfer policy: they acquire young …

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Flashback: HTC One was a rebel with a unique camera and great speakers

Flashback: HTC One was a rebel with a unique camera and great speakers

The HTC One X was highly regarded, but sales weren’t great so the company went back to the drawing board. What it came up with was 2013’s HTC One – a phone that tried to change the way consumers think about mobile photography. We’ll get back to the aluminum unibody …

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Own-goals all round as overpaid footballers get their usual kicking | Paul Wilson | Football

A political football is normally the cliche of choice when something that has nothing to do with football is booted back and forth between agencies attempting to deflect blame. These are far from normal times, however, and in the past week football became political even though its practitioners are now …

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Thousands of casual workers at major football stadiums ‘left without pay’ | Football

Thousands of casual workers at some of English football’s biggest stadiums have been left unpaid during the Covid-19 shutdown, the Guardian understands. A number of employees from Delaware North – which provides catering and hospitality services at venues such as the Emirates Stadium, London Stadium, Wembley, Craven Cottage and the …

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Survey shows many potential doping whistleblowers unsure where to turn | Sport

A groundbreaking survey of more than 400 British and US elite athletes and coaches has found that fewer than half feel their sport actively encourages them to report doping, the Observer can reveal. The study, conducted by Leeds Beckett University on behalf of the World Anti-Doping Agency, also discovered that …

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Quibi Launching Hollywood ‘On the Go’ Streaming in the US Amid Lockdown

Quibi Launching Hollywood

Quibi, the multi-billion-dollar streaming platform launching in the US Monday, is betting it can transform entertainment with short, Hollywood-quality clips to watch “on the go” — even as much of the world is trapped at home. Industry legends and stars from Steven Spielberg and Guillermo del Toro to Jennifer Lopez …

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Coronavirus News Amazon Contact With Covid 19 Test Makers For Employee Screening

Amazon In Contact With Coronavirus Test Makers For Potential Screenings On Employees

Amazon has contacted Covid-19 test makers for screenings on employees Amazon.com Inc has been in contact with the CEOs of two coronavirus test makers as it considers how to screen its staff and reduce the risk of infection at its warehouses, according to internal meeting notes seen by Reuters. The …

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Make South Indian Godhuma Dosa In Its Traditional Form With This Quick And Easy Recipe

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Godhuma dosa is relatively quicker to make at home. Highlights South Indian godhuma dosa is made with wheat flour. It is a popular dish in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. This quick and easy recipe will let you make godhuma dosa at home. A South Indian meal of dosa with coconut …

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My favourite game: Australia v Israel, World Cup qualifier 1989 | Richard Parkin | Sport

Australia v Israel

Growing up in country Australia, football was never likely to be my passion. Ricky Walford. Brandy Alexander. Chicka Ferguson. An unshakeable loathing for the maroon of Queensland. These were my heroes, my abiding memories from childhood. Mum took one look at me: giraffe-neck, scrawny as a pencil, all elbows and …

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