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The writer is chief economist at the Bank of Singapore How long will China maintain its zero Covid policy? Beijing’s pick is one of the biggest wild cards for 2022. The consensus is that China’s stance will soften after the Winter Olympics in February. This would stimulate consumption and stabilize the economy after its sharp …

Expressing concern over the city’s chronic “ignored” problems, including traffic jams and lack of parking spaces, one of the directors of Ludhiana Smart City Limited (LSCL), Sanjay Goel, requested the intervention of the Chief Minister (CM) Charanjit Singh Channi in the matter. Goel, who is also the president of the Indian Institute of Architects (Punjab …

If national polls are to be believed, a large majority of Republican voters don’t think President Biden was legitimately elected and that the presidency was somehow “stolen” from Donald Trump. As a Trump supporter, I would like to believe it. Unfortunately, I cannot find the evidence. And I watched. The Maricopa County audit overseen by …

IIt is now unequivocally accepted that the virus responsible for Covid-19 is airborne, traveling for meters on the breath of an infected person within liquid microdroplets and aerosols. One of the most important measures to prevent the transmission of an airborne respiratory virus is the use of masks. Any face covering is better than nothing, …

LAS VEGAS – Acting U.S. Attorney Christopher Chiou today announced that the District of Nevada collected $ 38,515,689.66 in criminal and civil actions in fiscal year 2021. Of that amount, 36,943,966, $ 20 was collected in criminal actions and $ 1,571,723.46 in civil actions. “Without the dedication, commitment and hard work of our Civil Division, …

By Mia Bonta Editor’s Note: Education advocates, parents and elected officials held a press conference on Thursday, December 16 at Oakland School District Headquarters on 1000 Broadway to oppose the they see it as a hostile takeover of Oakland public schools by the Alameda County office. Education and the Fiscal Crisis Management and Assistance Team …

Editor’s Note: The United States has been at war for more than 200 of its 245 years of existence. Between the end of World War II and September 11 – barely 50 years ago – the United States sparked 201 conflicts that ravaged 153 countries and regions. “America: War by Another Name” is an eight-part …

A dose of vaccine is administered in Kathmandu, Nepal. Credit: Dipendra Rokka / SOPA Images / LightRocket / Getty Reluctance to the COVID-19 vaccine has long been recognized as a problem in high and middle-income countries. But in some of the world’s poorest countries, lack of access to vaccines has been a much bigger barrier. …

World Health Organization does not support containment The World Health Organization (WHO) is not in favor of large-scale lockdowns of Covid-19 due to the economic impact and how it affects people’s mental health, said one of the its leaders. WHO public health doctor Dr Margaret Harris told Sky News the most important thing people can …

The political crisis that engulfed British Prime Minister Boris Johnson worsened with the resignation of a close ally, Brexit Minister David Frost, who cited the restrictions linked to the pandemic and the “direction of travel” of the government. Frost handled Britain’s post-Brexit negotiations with the European Union. Frost expressed his displeasure with the government’s policies …