France has made it compulsory to wear a face mask in closed public spaces such as shops and banks since July 21, and Paris joins a growing list of cities ordering people to wear masks in busy zones outdoors, including Toulouse, Lille and Biarritz. … [Read more...] about Covid-19: Paris imposes face masks for outdoor markets, River Seine strollers
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India has already taken decisive actions to safeguard jobs including the implementation of wage subsidies, allowing freelancers and sole traders to claim unemployment benefits without shutting down their businesses, and supporting working-from-home policies through tax incentives or transfers. … [Read more...] about The COVID-19 impact on government sector jobs amidst crisis – Is your job safe?
The statement said many consumers are expected to be hesitant to resume their previous spending patterns, partly due to fears of contracting the virus and uncertainty about earnings. Even those whose incomes were not affected may increase their need for precautionary savings. … [Read more...] about Uganda’s economy on recovery trend as lockdown restrictions ease: central bank
Only the cash-rich and the tax man seem to be laughing. Shim Kyo-eon at Konkuk University said the biggest cause of the public discontent is "uncertainty whether the government's policies are aimed at helping ordinary people or just political point-scoring." … [Read more...] about Discontent Mounts over Real Estate Policies
Following the Mangalore air crash, Air India paid advance amounts as required under the law and subsequently, started paying compensation on the basis of the claims made, through negotiated settlement. The airline had paid Abdul Salam, who lost his 24-year old son in the air crash, Rs 20 lakh as advance and offered as ‘full and final’ settlement, a total of Rs 35 lakh on the basis of various parameters, including monthly salary of Rs 25,000 drawn by him in Dubai. … [Read more...] about Kerala air mishap: Families should get adequate compensation