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Pulp friction: Border jams delay supply of toilet paper's only ingredient 8.4.2020 Reuters: Money News
As several European borders limit travel to stop the spread of COVID-19, two of the world's biggest pulp makers say transportation logjams are delaying shipments of the raw material - the only ingredient in the toilet paper that people are hoarding to weather ...
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Coronavirus: Formula 1 extends shutdown period to five weeks as uncertainty around season continues 8.4.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
The extension for another two weeks means no staff members related to car performance are allowed to work till May.
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Refunds row escalates as airlines warn millions of jobs at risk 8.4.2020 Reuters: Money News
Global airlines warned that 25 million jobs across the world could be at risk from the coronavirus air travel downturn, and held out against offering refunds to passengers as cash runs out.
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India’s jails are vastly overcrowded. Here are some ways to protect inmates from Covid-19 8.4.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
Prisons, women’s shelters and beggars’ homes need to kept in mind while framing policy.
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Formula One furloughs staff as bosses take pay cuts 8.4.2020 Rediff: Sports
Formula One has put almost half its staff on furlough until the end of May due to the novel coronavirus with chairman Chase Carey and senior management also taking a pay cut, an F1 spokesman said on Tuesday. Sources said those on furlough were mainly employees whose work was focused on race weekend activities and who could not carry out duties remotely. The Liberty Media-owned company employs in excess of 500 people.
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Will Coronavirus see the scrapping of VAR? 7.4.2020 Rediff: Sports
'I haven't heard any serious proposals regarding the protection of the referees'
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Coronavirus: Concerns raised over fairness and fitness as Bundesliga football clubs resume training 7.4.2020 Scroll.in
Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich and second-place Borussia Dortmund and a raft of other clubs resumed training in small groups on Monday.
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Players and clubs lack common ground in wage-cut talks 6.4.2020 Reuters: Sports News
With the best paid footballers in the world, billionaire club owners, under-pressure politicians and even a millionaire trade union leader involved, it is perhaps hardly surprising that talks on a blanket wage cut in the world's richest league have yet to reach an amicable ...
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As Germany reels from coronavirus, some officials debate impact on banks 6.4.2020 Reuters: World News
As Germany rolls out a 750 billion-euro economic stimulus package, officials and experts are discussing whether German lenders, including Deutsche Bank AG and Commerzbank AG, will be able to weather the economic fallout of coronavirus without state ...
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World Health Day 2020: 5 Secrets To Stay Healthy And Disease Free; Make These Healthy Choices Today 6.4.2020 NDTV News - Latest
World Healthy Day 2020: You must make some simple changes that can boost your overall health. This world health day take a pledge to make all necessary changes in your lifestyle and diet for a healthy...
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McLaren boss Brown warns F1 must change to survive 6.4.2020 Reuters: Sports News
Formula One is in "a very fragile state" due to the new coronavirus crisis and risks losing some of its 10 teams unless some big changes are made, McLaren boss Zak Brown warned on Sunday.
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Italian FA boss says Serie A season could run to October 6.4.2020 Sports News: Cricket News, Latest updates on Tennis, Football, Badminton, WWE Results & more
The Serie A season could be extended to September or October, the head of the Italian FA (FIGC) said on Sunday, warning that there could be an "avalanche of litigation" if it was not settled on the field.
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Mumbai Races To Keep Coronavirus From Taking Root In Crowded Dharavi 6.4.2020 NDTV News - Latest
When government official Kiran Dighavkar heard that a 56-year-old man who'd recently died in the Mumbai suburb of Dharavi had tested positive for Covid-19, he knew his next moves would determine the...
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Britain will tighten coronavirus restrictions if people flout rules 6.4.2020 Reuters: World News
Britain will be forced to impose more restrictions on outdoor exercise if people flout lockdown rules designed to curb the spread of the coronavirus, the health minister said on Sunday.
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'It is unlikely most labourers have returned home' 6.4.2020 Rediff: News
'Make sure you provide enough support (income, nutrition, healthcare, and housing) to migrants stuck (and their households), so they are not compelled to seek work or migrate back.' 'Otherwise, the risk of contagion is extreme.'
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Coronavirus: Uncertainty grows over resumption of French football season as country fights pandemic 5.4.2020 Scroll.in
The idea of simply declaring the season over is gaining ground in some quarters but others remain strongly opposed to the suggestion.
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Full text: Raghuram Rajan on how India can get back to work after coronavirus lockdown 5.4.2020 Scroll.in
This is perhaps the country’s worst economic emergency since Independence, the RBI ex-governor wrote in a blogpost.
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Archer Tarundeep Rai using lockdown time to build shoulder muscles, stay in shape for Tokyo Olympics 4.4.2020 Scroll.in
Forced to change his training, his daily routine now is to search YouTube for videos and train at the Army Sports Institute in Pune.
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What will a post-coronavirus world look like? Here are four possible scenarios 3.4.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
A descent into barbarism, robust capitalism, radical socialism or a society built on mutual aid?
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Cancelling competitions should be the last resort: Uefa warns clubs risk Champions League exclusion 3.4.2020 Scroll.in
Uefa has set up two working groups to devise a way for European football to get out of the crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
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