The latest dharna comes two day after a telephone exchange run by a private operator was locked up in Sangrur on Monday. Farmers Wednesday said that despite Centre using “Railways as a tool” to arm-twist them, their protests across the state would only get intensified in days to come: “Railways has suspended goods trains services in Punjab due to the ongoing protests despite farmers easing the track blockade for freight services.”
Tourism October 27, 2020 – 11:46: Photo depicts a farmer is pouring the newly-picked flowers of saffron crocus, commonly known as the red gold, into a sack in northeastern North Khorasan province, October 26, 2020.
Saffron is a magical ingredient in Persian culture, from aromatic foods and colorful desserts to the physical and spiritual medicine: Every year, the saffron harvest season begins in early November. While most other vegetation is gone, the bright purple flowers cover the fields and create an outstanding landscape in dry regions in Iran.
28.10.2020 16:40: The Amsterdam Court of Appeal granted Ukraine’s motion to disqualify a judge in the Scythian gold case due to confirmation of the presiding judge’s link with the lawyers of Crimean museums which could indicate his bias: As an Ukrinform correspondent reports, the court announced the ruling in writing, without public hearings, today:
“The letter was dated 21 July, 1941, and signed by four men: John Janssen, Jul Gyselinck, Louis Chantraine, and Jul Van Hemeldonck.”………… It revealed the harsh conditions in the church they worked in and provided some words of advice for the future:
The letters (Picture: Instagram.com/stad_antwerpen)
The Nour party’s failure in the Senate elections did not prevent it from running in the Egyptian parliamentary elections on Oct. 24-25. Some 12 candidates of the party ran for individual seats, as th… Shared by Harun Maruf
“Hunter Biden’s former business partner Tony Bobulinski spoke out on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on Tuesday detailing alleged meetings with the former vice president — one of which took place on May 2, 2017, according to text messages first reported by Fox News last week.”
MEXICO CITY, October 28 (Sputnik) “In the past day, 643 new deaths and 5,942 new cases of COVID-19 have been registered in the system,” Jose Luis Alomia, director of epidemiology at the Mexican Ministry of Health, said at a press conference broadcast on the agency’s Twitter: The total number of confirmed cases has reached 901,268, with another 52,428 people awaiting test results: The overall coronavirus death toll in Mexico has reached 89,814:
Regulator Ofcom said unlocking handsets could often be a complicated process, and this was discouraging owners from switching providers at the end of their contracts: The networks have previously suggested that locking devices helps deter theft and fraud. But the watchdog noted some companies had already abandoned the practice:
Among those companies affected are: BT and its EE mobile division, Vodafone, Tesco Mobile, O2, Sky, Three and Virgin already only sell unlocked handsets. “[It] will save people time, money and effort — and help them unlock better deals,” said Ofcom’s connectivity director Selina Chadha. Vodafone has already responded: “We stand ready to implement these changes when they come into force.” EE added: “We’ll work with Ofcom to comply with its guidelines.”
According to Reuters India’s tally of #coronavirus cases stood less than 10,000 away from the grim milestone of 8 million, as 43,893 new cases were reported in the last 24 hours, data from the health ministry showed: Totalling 7.99 million, India has the second-most number of confirmed cases after the United States, which has a tally of 8.7 million: The daily increase had been dipping in India since a peak in September, but health experts warn that the numbers could surge again during the ongoing Hindu religious festival season: Deaths in India have been relatively low, totalling 120,010, out of which 508 deaths were reported in the last 24 hours: