This scheme will focus on durable rural infrastructure and providing modern facilities like Internet in the villages, he said. In a series of tweets in Hindi, Shah also said that the " Garib Kalyan Rozgar Abhiyaan " will ensure job opportunities to people near their homes based on their skills.
Ontario has added another 206 cases of COVID-19. Meanwhile, a total of 23,408 tests were completed on Saturday. Toronto Public Health announced 53 new coronavirus cases Saturday, bringing the total number of cases so far to 13,768. While many areas of Ontario have moved into phase 2, Toronto, Peel, and Windsor-Essex will remain in phase 1 for at least another week, according to CTV News .
Oklahoma virus cases have spiked recently, and the state's total as of Saturday surpassed 10 000. 'I don't know that it was tongue in cheek at all, ' Tapper said. Earlier Saturday, standing outside BOK Center with a crowd of hundreds waiting to get inside President Donald Trump's rally, Travis Avery cracked opened his first beer of the day.
Despite sharing a fictional conversation with a flight attendant on his Twitter before his flight, Brandon says that he was never asked about his eligibility to wear a mask. "We don't even have a choice anymore". When asked about masks, Straka said he is anti-mask for himself, but he sees it as a personal decision. Straka, when asked about why he wouldn't wear a mask which his group promotes, dismissed the question while stating he sells them for those who are at higher risk.
Thursday's main focus will be the weekly initial jobless claims report, with economists expecting a total of 1.3m new filings in the week ended 13 June. The Russell 2000 is up 39.39 points, or 2.8%. The U.S. withdrew from an worldwide process to devise a new framework for taxing multinationals earlier in the week, something that may hasten the imposition of taxes on digital services by the big European economies.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics revealed Thursday morning that Australia's unemployment rate hit 7.1%, which is the highest it has been for 21 years. Australia's jobless rate for April was revised up from 6.2 per cent to 6.4 per cent, itself the greatest level since October 2014. As a result, fewer people went looking for work, sending the participation rate to 62.9% from 63.6% in April.