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Sundaily (Asia) 03/29/2020 05:28
NEW YORK (Reuters) - After a brutal meltdown, some investors have been wading back into U.S. stocks. But others are wary of another leg down as the coronavirus spreads and its economic impact is difficult to predict. High-profile investors from BlackRock Inc to billionaire William Ackman have turned more bullish on equities in recent days, as unprecedented stimulus from the Federal Reserve, a $2.2 trillion stimulus bill signed Friday, and a call by President Donald Trump to get the U.S. back to work in weeks rather than months sparked the biggest weekly rally in the Dow Jones Industrial Average since 1938. But other investors, economists, and strategists are fearful of advising a jump back in, with no certainty about when the coronavirus wi.
Huffington Post 03/29/2020 05:23
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday sought the nation’s forgiveness for imposing a monumental lockdown on the country, but said “we have to win ... and we will definitely win the battle” against the unprecedented menace of coronavirus that has claimed 25 lives in India so far. In his monthly Mann ki Baat radio address to the nation, Modi also praised the front-line workers in the fight against the virus as well as countless workers in the essential services who are ensuring the country doesn’t come to a complete standstill in the 21-day lockdown announced on March 24. “I seek forgiveness .. I am sure you will forgive me that you had to undergo so much trouble. Some people will say what kind of prime minister is this but these are special.
Zee News 03/29/2020 05:20
In an apparent effort to stop the movement of migrant workers from Delhi, Maharashtra and other parts of India to their villages due to the 21-day nationwide lockdown announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on March 24 to curb the spread of coronavirus, the Centre on Sunday (March 29) directed all the state governments to enforce the lockdown strictly and seal the borders.
As a compliment to several other publications that present Rolf Huisgen’s research achievements, the first part of this paper reveals the human side of this eminent chemist as he edges closer to his 100th birthday. From excerpts from many of his personal and professional writings, Huisgen’s personality and philosophies of life are revealed. Also revealed is Huisgen functioning as a historian of chemistry. The second part of this paper examines the scientometrics of Huisgen’s publication history. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, Huisgen’s career experienced a major transition in terms of numbers of publication and the influence these papers had on the organic chemistry community. This was the result of his research in 1,3‐dipolar cycloaddi.

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