Chauvin and his partner entered the home, where they confronted Ira Latrell Toles, 21, who was holed up in a bathroom. Toles tried to flee when Chauvin got inside and reportedly tried to grab the cops gun during a scuffle. The officer fired twice, hitting Toles in the stomach, but he survived, the news outlet reported. … [Read more...] about Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin subject of multiple complaints before George Floyd’s death
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Arun Kumar: You are absolutely right. I agree with Dr. John on masks, incomes for people to survive. What he is also pointing out is that our public health system is broken, not able to take care of the poor. For instance, rural and semi-rural areas have very poor facilities, and as the disease spreads there, the death rate could go up. What we needed to do was focus on building up our health infrastructure rapidly - doctors, nurses, testing. We have never paid attention to social infrastructure, on education, health, drinking water, etc and that’s why we are facing the problem, and could not implement the lockdown. Unlike China which could implement and control it and within three months there were no reports of fresh disease. It is because of the failure of governance, that we could not implement the lockdown better. We are paying for what we have not done for the past 70 years. I see the divide between the organised and unorganised sectors. The organised sector can use … [Read more...] about Can India’s workforce have a safe return to business?
Aurangabad district police chief Mokshada Patil said that three of the four survivors from the group of 20 men returning to their home state of Madhya Pradesh tried in vain to wake up their colleagues who had slept on the track after a overnight walk from Jalna, around 40 km from the site of the accident. … [Read more...] about 16 migrant workers sleeping on rail tracks crushed by goods train
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday said a system should be put in place for the maintenance of night shelters run by the Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB), while stating that there is a lack of communication protocol between All India Medical Sciences (AIIMS) and the Delhi government. … [Read more...] about Need system in place to manage night shelters: Delhi high court
The minister said several indicators show that an economic recovery lies ahead. “The power consumption this month is almost at par with the corresponding period last year,” he said. Exports, which declined in April by almost 60%, have started showing an uptick, and preliminary figures indicate the decline this month will be smaller, he said. … [Read more...] about Atmanirbhar plan covers credit for traders: Goyal