Subscriber Account active since. A week ago, the Trump administration released a day plan to slow the spread of the coronavirus in the US. The guidelines ask Americans to practice social distancing — to stay home, avoid social gatherings and nonessential trips to stores, and stay 6 feet away from others. But eight days after the plan came out, the US continues to witness dramatic daily spikes in coronavirus cases. Some public-health experts say enforcing social distancing for the next week won't be enough to "flatten the curve" — in other words, to slow the rate at which people get infected so hospitals aren't overwhelmed. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said on Friday that social distancing would likely have to continue for "several weeks.
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The Manipur government has directed five districts bordering Myanmar not to open any camp to provide shelter and food to those fleeing the coup-hit country and seeking refuge in the state. But the letter asked the districts to allow medical attention to the seriously-injured persons from Myanmar on humanitarian consideration. A copy of the letter is with DH and its authenticity was confirmed by Manipur Chief Minister's office. The letter was issued a day after three Myanmarese nationals, who were injured in firing by the army on pro-democracy protesters at Tamu in Myanmar reached Moreh border in Manipur and "begged" Indian officials to save their lives. The injured men, aged between 29 and 31 were allowed in and admitted to a hospital at Moreh first.
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These awards come at a time when the government is eager to draw foreign investors to India by making relentless efforts on improving ease of doing business. India consistently improved in the Ease of Doing Business Index, from nd in to 63rd in For instance, Mumbai took days for enforcing a contract reflecting its dire position.
Years later, you can still hear the morning calls of the chai wallahs and the silence of the desert, see smoke curling over the Ganges and a pale gold Varanasi sunrise. A lot of India tours rush from highlight to highlight, ticking them off in a blur of temples and tikka. But not us. Our India trips are more about spotting Bengal tigers in Ranthambhore or Panna National Park, hanging with nomads in Jaisalmer, meeting the holy men of Pushkar or camping under the stars in the desert. This is India as it is.