India, and its capital New Delhi in particular, has been grappling with particulate matter pollution for several years now.
Playful dogs fully embraced the wintry weather in Italy’s Piedmont region on December 3.Footage by Sabina Kappala, who runs the dog training center Skipper Campo Cinofilo in Castagnito, shows what she calls her “kindergarten” class having a blast as they play with snowballs and excitedly frolic in the white stuff. Credit: Sabina Zappala via Storyful
The actress said she was nervous about the scene in which she jumped into his arms.
Thierry Lenouvel’s Cine Sud Promotion has boarded the upcoming sophomore feature of Colombia’s Cesar Augusto Acevedo, “Horizonte” whose debut feature “Land and Shade” (“La Tierra y La Sombra”) took Cannes 2015 by storm, winning the Camera d’Or for best first feature and three other Critics’ Week awards that year. Cine Sud backed “Land and Shade” […]
In normal times the Hotel Avenir Montmartre is a tourist magnet with its views of the Eiffel Tower and the Sacre Coeur church, but COVID-19 has scared off the usual guests. The hotel's management have, for a year, handed over their rooms to homeless charity Emmaus Solidarite, which is now using them to accommodate people who would otherwise be on the streets. At the Hotel Avenir Montmartre, the cost of his room is covered by the charity.
Two companies that were involved in the 2018 Spize mass food poisoning incident were fined a total of $32,000 after being convicted of 14 related charges.
Signals for confidence in a return to offices and commuting emerged today. Property developer Derwent London announced earlier this month that it was committing to a major £400 million new workspace development at 19-35 Baker Street with some 200,000 square of offices. Derwent London said the new rent is "in line with the passing rent and ERV".
There’s a new queen in town, and her name is Cik B This article, Dato Seri Vida’s teen daughter earns praise for debut single on abusive past, originally appeared on Coconuts, Asia's leading alternative media company.
New York [USA], December 3 (ANI): Excitement and agony are the two feelings that described Chris Paul and Kemba Walker's start of the 2020-21 pre-season. While Paul marked his first day in the Phoenix Suns gym Wednesday, Walker is unlikely to start the season until January 2021 due to a troublesome knee.
Mayor Steve Adler went on vacation to Mexico with family in November as he urged people to stay home amid worsening coronavirus caseloads in Texas, at one point recording a video during the trip in which he told residents back home that now was "not the time to relax." The trip revealed Wednesday by the Austin American-Statesman is the latest example of a public official who has pleaded for vigilance in the face of rising cases and hospitalizations across the U.S. seeming to not heed their own guidance. Adler, a Democrat, told the newspaper his actions did not violate his own regulations. Last month, California Gov. Newsom came under scrutiny for attending a birthday party at a posh restaurant in the wine country near San Francisco as he urged people to stay within their own households. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock also flew to Mississippi to visit family for Thanksgiving despite sending messages on social media and to city staff asking them to avoid traveling for the holiday. "There was no recommendation for people not to travel during that period of time," Adler told the newspaper. "Someone could look at me and say, 'He traveled.' But what they could not say is that I traveled at a time when I was telling other people not to travel."
Countryside Properties, the housebuilder under pressure from activist investor Browning West, today revealed it is considering plans to break itself up. The FTSE 250 index group also said that chairman David Howell will quit the business next year, having been under pressure to go from the Los Angeles-based hedge fund. Countryside operates two divisions, but Browning West believes that Partnerships is the company's "crown jewel" and should be separate from the housebuilding arm.
IBM is sounding the alarm over hackers targeting companies critical to the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, a sign that digital spies are turning their attention to the complex logistical work involved in inoculating the world's population against the novel coronavirus. The information technology company said in a blog post published on Thursday that it had uncovered "a global phishing campaign" focused on organizations associated with the COVID-19 vaccine "cold chain" - the process needed to keep vaccine doses at extremely cold temperatures as they travel from manufacturers to people's arms. Understanding how to build a secure cold chain is fundamental to distributing vaccines developed by the likes of Pfizer Inc and BioNTech SE because the shots need to be stored at minus 70 degrees Celsius (-94 F) or below to avoid spoiling.
KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 3 — The Health Ministry recorded today 11 deaths due to Covid-19 today including two in Johor and one in Kelantan, bringing the death toll in the country to 376. Meanwhile, 1,075...
“Fangio,” a series about the triumph and tragedy of Juan Manuel Fangio, whose five Formula One World Championship wins stood as a record for 46 years, is now in the works in Argentina. Presented at Ventana Sur, the portrait of a legend who put racing and winning above all else, at large emotional cost, is […]
Brexit: what happens next? Sign up to the Telegraph’s Q&A; to chat to our experts UK-EU trade talks were temporarily suspended on 19 November after a negotiator from Michel Barnier's team tested positive for Covid-19. On Twitter, David Frost, the UK's chief negotiator, said: "I am in close contact with Michel Barnier about the situation. The health of our teams comes first. I would like to thank the EU Commission for their immediate help and support."
The iconic fantasy author's house in Oxford is for sale, and cast members want to transform it into a celebration of Tolkien.
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Italian producer Manuel Tedesco of Baires Produzioni has boarded Rispo Films’ “The Night Belongs to the Monsters,” the companies' second feature from filmmaker Sebastian Perillo, and one of this year’s hottest titles in the Blood Window Works in Progress section at Ventana Sur. Tedesco joins as a minority co-producer, partnering once again with regular associate […]
Formula One's governing body said it had opened an investigation into Romain Grosjean's Bahrain Grand Prix crash on Thursday as the French driver hailed those who helped him escape the fireball. Grosjean suffered burns to his hands after his Haas car split in two, penetrating a metal barrier and erupting in flames, in Sunday's race. He highlighted the 'professionalism' of the marshal with the extinguisher and FIA doctor Ian Roberts.