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F1 champion Lewis Hamilton and 13 different drivers take a knee earlier than Austrian opener

Lewis Hamilton, the game’s solely Black driver, an outspoken campaigner in opposition to racial injustice and for larger variety, wore a black T-shirt with ‘Black Lives Matter’ on the entrance and ‘Finish Racism’ on the again. Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton on the grid kneels carrying an anti-racism T-shirt earlier than the Austrian GP. (Reuters Picture) F1…

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To look at battle of curiosity grievance towards Virat Kohli: BCCI ethics officer DK Jain

BCCI ethics officer D Ok Jain on Sunday stated he’s will study a battle of curiosity grievance towards India captain Virat Kohli from Madhya Pradesh Cricket Affiliation life member Sanjeev Gupta, who has levelled related prices towards different gamers prior to now which have been deemed “infructuous”. In his newest grievance, Gupta has alleged that…

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Trade unions to mobilise people to build public opinion against commercial coal mining

Commerce unions to mobilise individuals to construct public opinion in opposition to business coal mining

5 commerce unions within the coal sector have deliberate to mobilise individuals in mine areas to generate public opinion in opposition to the federal government’s choice to begin business mining, after their three-day nationwide strike couldn’t budge the Centre from its stand, officers mentioned on Sunday. The unions, together with RSS-affiliated Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS),…

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Pep Guardiola assured Manchester Metropolis’s UEFA ban shall be overturned

Manchester Metropolis’s enchantment towards the ban was heard final month on the Courtroom of Arbitration of Sport (CAS) and a choice is predicted by July 13. Manchester Metropolis supervisor Pep Guardiola (Reuters Photograph) HIGHLIGHTS Pep Guardiola is assured Metropolis’s membership will win their enchantment towards a two-year UEFA ban Metropolis’s enchantment towards the ban was…

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Only 4 IPOs reach Indian exchanges in June quarter as COVID-19 holds back economy

Solely four IPOs attain Indian exchanges in June quarter as COVID-19 holds again economic system

Indian exchanges noticed solely 4 preliminary public choices (IPO) throughout the June quarter as financial actions continued to bear the brunt of coronavirus pandemic, mentioned a report by EY India. These IPOs, cumulatively price $2.08 million, had been within the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) section. The median deal measurement was $0.38 million. Laxmi Goldorna…

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Nepal political turmoil: Again-to-back conferences forward of essential Monday meet to resolve PM Oli’s destiny

Whereas an important assembly of Nepal’s ruling communist occasion to resolve the political way forward for embattled Prime Minister Ok P Sharma Oli has been postponed till Monday, former PM and co-chair of Nepal Communist Social gathering (NCP) Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ and different opposing teams on Sunday met President Bidhya Devi Bhandari. Pushpa Kamal…

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Biocon aims to list biosimilar arm over the next 2-3 years

Biocon goals to listing biosimilar arm over the subsequent 2-Three years

Biotechnology main Biocon goals to listing its biosimilar unit within the subsequent two-three years relying upon market circumstances, as per the corporate’s Annual Report for 2019-20. Sharing data with the agency’s shareholders, Biocon CEO and Managing Director Siddharth Mittal stated it will be important for the corporate to unlock worth of the biosimilars enterprise. “We…

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