Singapore, Taiwan, and luck have saved Australia from a community spread so far, but a far-sighted Prime Minister Scott Morrison relying on the dreaded data curve is not making any false promises to his people.
After the House passed the $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill earlier in the day, President Donald Trump signs the US stimulus package off into action.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has become the first major world leader to be tested positive for COVID-19.
The incomprehensibly monumental stimulus offers $500 billion economic stabilization plan in loans, loan guarantees and investments.
India and the US are set to sign a significant defence deal worth $4.3 Bn for 30 US-made helicopters during President Donald Trump’s state visit on 24-25 February 2020.
When the House voted on December 18 to impeach President Trump, the expectation was that the articles would be sent to the Senate right away.
Satya Nadella, the CEO of American multinational technology Microsoft Corporation, on Monday said he hoped that every single immigrant who is provided the status of being a citizen of the country under the newly amended Citizenship Amendment Act, which has caused a lot of furore across the country, may aspire for a prosperous future and equally benefit the society and economy.
Paving the way for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union later this month, British Parliament has voted in favour of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal.
Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, announced on Wednesday that they will “step back as ‘senior’ members of the royal family” and are planning to work towards becoming “financially independent”.
The House on Thursday is scheduled to vote on a resolution to curb US President Donald Trump’s power to take military actions against Iran, Speaker Nancy Pelosi said.