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Shincheonji members of South Korea donate blood plasma

In South Korea, Shincheonji church members step up to donate blood plasma for Covid-19 research and treatment As the rate of infections is getting higher...

‘India and China can’t be seen to be weak, so they have to stand...

Sydney-based professor Jingdong Yuan says the countries need to stop thinking about military operations Tensions escalating on the disputed Himalayan border between members of Indian...

Growing civil unrest in US could ravage world economy in long term

The financial markets seems to have factored in the civil unrest in the US for the time being, with benchmark equity indices going up,...

Western Union hints at acquiring MoneyGram

With business in decline on account of online payments, and policy makers intent on trimming the fees associated with moving money around the world,...

The developing world is losing its consumption edge, says geopolitical strategist

We’re moving into a world where the rich world is retired, and the developing world does not have the capacity to move up the...

He loves code as much as an ode

The poetic journey of IT professional Pratyoosh Mishra “Poetry is the art of saying the right words in the right manner so it reaches the...

In the midst of Covid19, offshoring takes a hit

The Coronavirus pandemic is shaking up the global outsourcing industry. Lockdowns in India and the Philippines—among the major outsourcing centres of the world—are now...

New Zealanders, casual workers can get $1500 fortnightly payment

New Zealanders and casual workers are eligible for $1500 fortnightly payment, which will be delivered through the Australian Tax Office. The Jobkeeper payment will be...

Covid-19 outbreak in China threatens biopharma in-house manufacturing, says GlobalData

With several mega cap biopharma companies having their vital manufacturing steps in Chinese facilities, the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak is putting the complicated global...

US sales of guns soar amid coronavirus panic buying

Sales of guns and ammunition are soaring across the US amid the coronavirus crisis. On the west coast, long lines of customers were queueing...
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