Full screen 1 12 Read more on:SupercarsFerrari Ferrari has deployed its youngest, fastest driver and youngest, fastest supercar to pay homage to one of the most legendary and controversial pieces of motoring cinema ever. Charles Leclerc has driven the new SF90 Stradale hybrid around the streets of Monte Carlo for a remake of the 1976 film C tait un rendez vous, in partnership with the original s director, Claude Lelouch.Today should ve been the 2020 Monaco Grand Prix, but with the F1 world championship still on hold due to the worldwide COVID 19 pandemic, Ferrari has used the principalities closed roads for a different piece of high speed entertainment, featuring a 986bhp bi turbo V8 hybrid supercar. We ll see the film next month. Stay tuned.
PM Modi conducted an aerial survey of areas affected by Cyclone Amphan in Odisha today. CM Naveen Patnaik amp;Guv Ganeshi Lal also accompanied. Financial assistance of Rs 500 Cr announced for the state, ex gratia of Rs 2 lakh to next of kin of deceased amp;Rs 50,000 to seriously injured. #WATCH: PM Modi conducted aerial survey of areas affected by #CycloneAmphan in Odisha today. CM Naveen Patnaik amp;Guv Ganeshi Lal also accompanied. Financial assistance of Rs 500 Cr announced for state, ex gratia of Rs 2 lakh to next of kin of deceased amp;Rs 50,000 to seriously injured pic.twitter.com XiUyIfrKDx
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Bengal and Odisha today for an aerial survey of the ground situation after the havoc by cyclone Amphan. Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had asked the Prime Minister to visit the state and inspect the damage, which she said was in the tune of Rs 1 lakh crore."I have never witnessed such a fierce cyclone and destruction in my life. I would request Prime Minister Narendra Modi to come and visit Cyclone Amphan affected areas," Ms Banerjee said after a review meeting this morning.
LONDON Iraq has arrested a leading ISIS figure who was once a candidate to succeed the slain caliph Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, the Iraqi Intelligence Service announced. Today, the terrorist named Nasser al Qirdash, the candidate to succeed the criminal (Abu Bakr) al Baghdadi, the leader of ISIS in Iraq and Syria, has been arrested, the intelligence agency said in a brief statement May 20.
Today, Dr. Oz takes a closer look at the chilling encounters one family experienced in the home they say has been plagued by spirits for nearly 40 years. With so many reports of paranormal activity and even rumors of a suicide, medium Anna Raimondi goes inside the NJ house to investigate. She reports back on what she experienced and what she believes is haunting the property.
Let us not be unfair to the government. I have supported Prime Minister Modi when he first announced the lockdown, while noting that its preparation, timing and communication left much to be desired. The PM was decisive when a hard call had to be taken. Indecision or further delay could have landed us in a worse state than we are. In retrospect, we now know that our response was already delayed, but it would be unfair to indict the government on that basis. Global knowledge and awareness at that time did not warrant such a response. On balance, we reacted faster than most other countries. It would also be unfair to blame the Modi government for all the mess that we face today. A largely unanticipated pandemic is bound to create havoc, even in the best of places. It is bound to be worse in a country like India, given the weak public health fundamentals and fragile response systems. An indictment of the Modi government must be careful about limiting itself to what could have been anticipated, what could have been achieved in our conditions. And it must leave room for genuine mistakes. Faced with a crisis of this kind, the best of leaders with the purest intentions will make erroneous calls. They must be criticised, but not indicted for bona fide errors of judgement.
BENGALURU : A decade ago, as China s labour costs began to rise by double digits in industrial provinces such as Guangdong, the Hong Kong based Epic Group rapidly expanded its garment factories in Bangladesh to take advantage. Today, Epic, which makes casual shirts, lounge and work clothing, and now masks and scrubs, has 25,000 workers working in Bangladesh and a couple of thousand each in Vietnam and Ethiopia. Orders from its retailer customers in the US are communicated electronically to its warehouses and back to Epic s factories in Asia.Until last year, the company, founded by Ranjan Mahtani after he left Mumbai to make a career in Hong Kong in his late teens, had no investments in India. Last year, Mahtani progressed rapidly with permissions to set up a factory in Jharkhand that was to open last month. Epic was about to lease land when the covid pandemic struck.
But what happens when friends end their relationship on a bitter note? Can estranged friends be back together again? Today, we shall tell you what it means when you dream about an old friend, with whom you had an unfortunate fight years ago.What may have triggered the fight is an entirely different issue, but there''s a reason why you dreamt about the friend.
At today ''s meeting of the 73rd World Health Assembly mdash;its first ever to be held virtually mdash;delegates adopted a landmark resolution to bring the world together to fight the COVID 19 pandemic. The resolution, co sponsored by more than 130 countries, was adopted by consensus.
The launch today means that public health agencies can now use the API in apps released to the general public. To date, Apple and Google have only released beta versions of the API to help with the development process.To be clear, this launch means that developers working on behalf of public health agencies can now issue apps that make use of it #8212; Apple and Google themselves are not creating an exposure notification or contact tracing app. The companies say that many U.S. states and 22 countries across five continents have already asked for, and been provided access to, the API to support their development efforts, and they anticipate more being added going forward. So far, Apple and Google say they have conducted more than 24 briefings and tech talks for public health officials, epidemiologists and app developers working on their behalf.
;More than ever, being connected is critical to create an individualized patient experience,; writes Tom McGuinness, corporate vice president, Worldwide Health at Microsoft, and Dr. Greg Moore, corporate vice president, Microsoft Health, in today;s announcement. ;The Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare helps healthcare organizations to engage in more proactive ways with their patients, allows caregivers to improve the efficiency of their workflows and streamline interactions with Classified as Microsoft Confidential patients with more actionable results.;Like similar Microsoft branded offerings from the company, Cloud for Healthcare is about bringing together a set of capabilities that already exist inside of Microsoft. In this case, that includes Microsoft 365, Dynamics, Power Platform and Azure, including Azure IoT for monitoring patients. The solution sits on top of a common data model that makes it easier to share data between applications and analyze the data they gather.
Ayurveda can play an important role in controlling the Covid 19 crisis. With no specific treatment available for the disease at present, Ayurveda is a very effective means for boosting the immunity, said Governor Baby Rani Maurya.She was speaking at a webinar organised by the National Institute for Empowerment of Persons with Visual Disabilities (NIEPVD) and Uttarakhand Ayurveda University on the importance of Ayurveda during the Covid 19 pandemic on Tuesday. She said that Ayurveda aims to protect the health of humans and keep diseases away. It has made a remarkable place for itself at the global platform today. The AYUSH ministry had also suggested drinking warm water, practicing yoga and pranayam, consuming turmeric, cumin, garlic and coriander to strengthen the immune system.
Dehradun (Uttarakhand) India , May 19 (ANI): Uttarakhand Governor Baby Rani Maurya has said that Ayurveda can play an important role in the prevention and control of coronavirus pandemic.According to a press release from the Uttarakhand Raj Bhawan, the Governor addressed a webinar on the Importance of Ayurveda regarding COVID 19 organised jointly by National Institute for the Empowerment of Persons with Visual Disabilities (Divyangjan), Dehradun and by Ayurved University on Tuesday. She said, "In such a situation when no treatment of Covid 19 is available yet, then one''s immunity will have to be strengthened further. Ayurveda can play an important role in the prevention and control of coronavirus pandemic. The purpose of Ayurveda is to protect the health of a healthy person and remove disease from a patient. Ayurveda system of medicine has made its place globally today.""Ministry of AYUSH has suggested that drinking water, doing Yoga and consuming spices like coriander, turmeric, and garlic strengthens our immunity. Also, Chavanprash, 'Ayurvedic Kadha' and turmeric mixed in milk strengthen the immunity. For prevention of COVID 19, one must regularly wash hands, wear face mask and practice social distancing," the Governor further said. (ANI)
Facebook Share to TwitterTwitterTwitter Share to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedIn Share to WhatsAppWhatsAppWhatsApp Share to MessengerMessengerMessenger Share to TelegramTelegramTelegram By AuthorTelanganaToday Dr Rajashri Sonti Published: 20th May 2020 12:10 amUpdated: 19th May 2020 11:30 pmPreventive measures to check the spread of diseases were documented in Sushruta SamhitaThe concept of community isolation of individuals with infectious disease was prevalent in Ayurveda literature from time immemorial. The prevention measures to check the spread of communicable disease as documented in the verses of Sushruta Samhita are very similar to what is propagated today.The corresponding meaning of the Sanskrit verses of the Ancient book is as below
Seattle, WA Microsoft Build, May 19, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) Gremlin, the company on a mission to help build a more reliable internet, today announced it will become the first hosted solution for running Chaos Engineering experiments on Microsoft Windows. Customers have already widely utilized Gremlin to inject failures across various architectures including Linux, Docker, Kubernetes and serverless functions, both on bare metal and on all major cloud platforms. With 30% of the world s online systems running on Windows, however, this additional support will continue the company s mission to democratize the practice of Chaos Engineering. We at Gremlin firmly believe that Chaos Engineering is an integral part of any engineering practice, no matter how or where you run your workloads, said Matthew Fornaciari, CTO and Co Founder of Gremlin. While we originally crafted our product for Linux based distributions, we ve always had our eye on extending our offering to Windows. We re thrilled to announce Windows engineers can finally unleash a little controlled chaos on their systems. According to Gartner s report titled Predicts 2020: Agile and DevOps Are Key to Digital Transformation published in December 2019, Chaos Engineering to improve resilience has grown from being an experimental practice among digital natives to gaining traction among large enterprises. By 2023, 40% of organizations will implement chaos engineering practices as part of DevOps initiatives, reducing unplanned downtime by 20%. Today s reality is that even small interruptions in digital services can have large effects on overall business performance. DevOps teams are becoming more involved with key business metrics, as organizations strive to ensure the resilience and recoverability of their production systems.
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Humans have been wondering whether we are alone in the universe since antiquity.We know from the geological record that life started relatively quickly, as soon our planet ''s environment was stable enough to support it. We also know that the first multicellular organism, which eventually produced today s technological civilization, took far longer to evolve, approximately 4 billion years.
After a decade long marriage and three children, Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green have split, reported USA Today. Green confirmed the news on his podcast titled With Brian Austin Green, citing distance as the primary reason of the split. He mentioned that the couple became more distant when Fox was out of the country for work for about five weeks last year, adding that they had been spending more time apart since the end of 2019.