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Some of India’s biggest states have abysmal Covid-19 testing numbers

Health officials in Kerala said that much more tests was a reason for the state, with population of 34.8 million, reporting highest number of Covid cases in the country.

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Asia shares make cautious gains, investors eye China PMI

By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian share markets managed a tentative rally on Tuesday after European and U.S. equities

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Roswell, New Mexico's Lily Cowles says Isobel's desperate measures to end her pregnancy 'needs to be represented'

Speaking to MEAWW, Cowles said she is grateful to fans for acknowledging Isobel's pain

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Mainland China reports 48 new confirmed coronavirus cases

BEIJING (Reuters) - Mainland China reported on Tuesday a rise in new confirmed coronavirus cases, reversing four days of declines,

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Iza Calzado’s retest result shows actress now negative for COVID-19 – manager

Actress Iza Calzado no longer has coronavirus disease 2019, says her manager Noel Ferrer. On his Facebook page posted March 30, he shared it’s an “amazing start of the week” as they’ve just been told the actress can go home tomorrow after completing her IV antibiotics. Moreover, the good news is Iza’s retest results came […]

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Tiger Woods vs Phil Mickelson PPV Golf Match Could Reportedly Incorporate Tom Brady-Peyton Manning Rivalry

It's pretty much a prerequisite that when you move to anywhere south of the panhandle in Florida, you have take up golf. Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady, who has shown he can handle himself on the links, could get in on in on a pretty high-profile match to help cut his teeth in the golfing world. Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are trying to put together another PPV match after their inaugural matchup in 2018, but the caveat for getting this event off the ground is that both of these...

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UST receives 3D printers from Eat Bulaga to produce PPEs

On Monday, the University of Santo Tomas (UST) has received 3D printers from the show, Eat Bulaga. These 3D printers will be used to help produce face shields for frontline health workers amid the ongoing battle against the COVID-19 pandemic. In a Facebook and Twitter posts, UST said, “The new printers, installed in the University […]

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Japan's factory output growth slows in February as virus fallout widens

By Leika Kihara TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's factory output rose in February at a slower pace than the previous month,

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Brazil's Bolsonaro urges no more coronavirus quarantine, says jobs being lost

By Lisandra Paraguassu, Ricardo Brito and Pedro Fonseca BRASILIA/RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro said on Monday

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U.S. senators urge coronavirus delay to June 1 USMCA trade deal start date

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A bipartisan group of 19 U.S. senators urged the Trump administration to push back the planned June

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Go: Prioritize nurses, health workers in COVID-19 tests

Senator Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go has expressed support for the appeal of the Philippine Nurses Association (PNA) to help nurses who are persons under investigations (PUIs) be tested for coronavirus disease (COVID-19). This after Rosie de Leon, PNA national president, made the appeal in a radio interview that nurses considered as PUIs be given priority in the test.

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Oil Halts Drop Near 18-Year Low After Crashing on Demand Shock

(Bloomberg) -- Oil clawed back some losses after plunging to the lowest level in 18 years as investors grapple with

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Federal judges block Ohio and Texas orders limiting abortion access over coronavirus

Federal judges in Ohio and Texas have blocked orders banning non-essential medical procedures from limiting abortion access during the coronavirus outbreak, a win for abortion rights activists as the fight over abortion rights intersects with the worsening pandemic.

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US man teaching dog how to drive arrested after high-speed chase

A resident of the western US state of Washington was arrested following a high-speed chase that left officers dumbfounded after

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U.S. Futures Hold Gains; Japan Stocks Sink Further: Markets Wrap

(Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks opened mixed Tuesday after a rally in their U.S. counterparts, as investors assessed some glimmers of

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Combative Day Trader Dumps Japan Stocks Amid $75 Million Loss

(Bloomberg) -- These are tough times to be a retail investor -- let alone one in the public sphere. Last

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NCAA Decision on Spring Athlete Eligibility Could Have Major Impact on MLB Draft

The NCAA allowed spring student athletes to pick up an extra year of eligibility after they cancelled all spring sports in an effort to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, which is a major development for many of the top collegiate prospects in the 2020 MLB Draft. With top collegiate athletes now able to go back to school and not lose a year, teams could find it difficult to secure a commitment from these prospective picks in a 2020 MLB draft that is already going to be shortened to five...

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What we at the FDA are doing to fight Covid-19

What we at the FDA are doing to fight Covid-19. Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn writes that the American people should rest assured that the FDA is making meaningful measures in the fight against the spread of coronavirus.

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Japan February retail sales rise 1.7% year-on-year

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese retail sales rose 1.7% in February from a year earlier, compared with a median market forecast

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Japan's jobless rate steady at 2.4% in February - government

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's jobless rate held steady while the availability of jobs dropped in February, government data showed on

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Covid-19 update: Sleepy Panchsheel Park even more quiet than it was before

The colony that came up in the 1960s, is spread across three blocks — North, East and South, which across either side of the Outer Ring Road.

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Around 3,900 booked for violating Covid-19 lockdown in Delhi

A statement released by the Delhi Police said that 145 people were booked under Section 188 (Disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant) of Indian Penal Code till 5pm Monday for not complying with the orders.

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Japan's factory output growth slows in Feb as virus fallout widens

By Leika Kihara TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's factory output rose in February at a slower pace than the previous month,

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Italy to extend coronavirus lockdown until Easter as new cases fall

By Crispian Balmer and Angelo Amante ROME (Reuters) - Italy's government on Monday said it would extend its nationwide lockdown

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Shell drops out of major U.S. LNG project, Energy Transfer delays decision

By Ron Bousso, Shradha Singh and Scott DiSavino (Reuters) - Royal Dutch Shell Plc pulled out of a major U.S.

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