78,000 pounds of infant formula arrives in US

By MICHAEL CONROY – Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – A military plane with enough infant formula for more than half a million baby bottles arrived in Indianapolis on Sunday, the first of several flights expected from Europe aimed at alleviating a shortage that has led parents to seek to find enough to feed their children. … Read more

WHO chief: The COVID pandemic is ‘most certainly not over’ – ​Not over

The COVID-19 pandemic is “certainly not over”, the head of the World Health Organization warned on Sunday, despite a decrease in reported cases since the peak of the omicron wave. He told the governments that “we are lowering our guard at our own risk.” Source link Denial of responsibility! Tamilbloggers.xyz is an automatic aggregator around … Read more

Online tech training co Masterschool raises $100m

2022 has so far not been good for online education. In recent weeks alone, several leaders in the field, including Israel’s Jolt, the American company On-Deck and India’s Unacademy, have been forced to make painful cuts and lay off a large number of employees. Technology companies that until recently have hired employees at a dizzying … Read more

Maha, Kerala, Raj Reduce VAT on Petrol, Diesel After Centre Cuts Excise Duty

Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Kerala have cut VAT on petrol and diesel following Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s call for further relief to consumers following a reduction in excise duty from the center, although some other states appeared reluctant to cite more revenue burdens. Senior congressman P Chidambaram wondered on Sunday whether states can afford to waive … Read more

Centre to spend $26 bn to fight inflation that hit 8-yr high in April: Report

The Indian government is considering spending another 2 trillion rupees ($ 26 billion) during fiscal year 2022/23 to dampen consumers from rising prices and combat multi-year high inflation, two government officials told Reuters. The new measures will be twice as large as 1 trillion rupees that affected government revenues can take from tax cuts on … Read more

Uttarakhand: 57 pilgrims have lost their lives during Chardham Yatra since pilgrimage began on May 3

As many as 57 pilgrims have lost their lives during the Chardham Yatra in Uttarakhand since the pilgrimage began on May 3 this year, officials said on Sunday. Uttarakhand’s Director General (DG) Health Shailja Bhatt mentioned heart attack and mountain sickness as the main causes behind the reported deaths. Speaking to ANI, Bhatt said, “Most … Read more

Biden pushes economic, security aims as he ends SKorea visit

By JOSH BOAK and AAMER MADHANI – Associated Press SEOUL, South Korea (AP) – President Joe Biden took care of both business and security interests on Sunday when he ended a three-day trip to South Korea, first showing off Hyundai’s promise to invest at least $ 10 billion in the United States and later mingling … Read more

Rani Zim sells Office Depot to UMI

The deal values ​​Office Depot Israel at NIS 80 million, of which Zim will receive NIS 35 million, as the chain has NIS 45 million in debt. After intensive negotiations, Rani Zim signed an agreement on Friday to sell the Office Depot store chain to the vehicle importer UMI (Universal Motors Israel). The … Read more