Professor Paul Komesaroff from Monash University notes, “It’s a complicated environment. There are serious risks, and we’ve got to work our way through it in a careful and mature way. Neither side is completely in the clear. We will have to work very carefully with the police force, and in a number of places, including especially Victoria at the moment, that’s one of the main sticking points. I think the police have looked at this in an appropriate and honourable way, and they’re concerned about the ambiguous positions that they will be put in. … [Read more...] about Does the future of music festivals rely on pill testing?
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“Last year I think I played seven or eight tournaments so I don’t know if I can look at the ranking and really think about it in depth,” she said, cutting a forlorn figure. … [Read more...] about Sharapova uncertain over Australian Open return after first-round loss
Even though, in theory, pro-fertility policies appear desirable as global population growth slows, in practice there are no such policies proved to have a surefire effect. As Canadian political scientist Richard Togman wrote in “Nationalizing Sex: Fertility, Fear and Power,” his recent history of natalism: “Thus far, efforts to increase fertility have primarily led to a change in the timing of births but not in the overall number of babies born. Regimes as violent and totalitarian as Nazi Germany and Communist Romania have failed to increase long-term birth rates, as have a multitude of more moderate approaches of many other states.” … [Read more...] about Making babies to grow economies won’t work
The government is continuously updating information. For instance, the expert team of China's National Health Commission confirmed people-to-people transmission of the 2019-nCoV and infections among medical staff quickly and announced the confirmation quickly. Transparency brings confidence to the public, not panic. … [Read more...] about Commentary: China highly responsible in curbing virus spread
* Taurus (April 21-May 20): A property secret that you have successfully kept from others may get leaked and put you on the defensive. Don’t try to shift your load on someone else on the domestic front, as it may be resented. Smart work on the academic front is likely to make you popular. You can bag compliments for the visible weight loss effects. This is a good day as far as your professional dreams are concerned. A pat on the back in the recently completed project is likely to boost your morale. … [Read more...] about Horoscope Today: Astrological prediction for January 21, what’s in store for Leo, Virgo, Scorpio, Sagittarius and other zodiac signs