'He was well-recognised and popular with so many staff, once nominated by colleagues for a Hospital Heroes award for always going above and beyond and he often shared his good sense of humour with everyone around. … [Read more...] about Hundreds of doctors and nurses line the streets outside hospital to pay tribute at funeral for NHS porter, 61, after he died from coronavirus
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Core inflation, ie non-food non-fuel inflation, grew at 3.8% in 2019-20, the lowest since 2012-13, the earliest period for which data is available under the 2012 Consumer Price Index series. RBI reduced its policy rates in every quarter in 2019-20. A contraction in investment in a low interest low inflation environment suggests that it is lack of demand rather than availability of cost of capital which has led to this. … [Read more...] about FY20 growth stands at 11-yr low of 4.2%
Has Calum MacLeod now scored more ODI centuries than any other non-Test player? asked Graham Browne from ScotlandCalum MacLeod's unbeaten 140 in Scotland's stunning win over England in Edinburgh last week was his seventh century in one-day internationals. Only 64 batsmen have scored more (for the list, click here). The only one above MacLeod who has not played a Test match is Australia's Aaron Finch, who now has ten ODI hundreds (and one in a T20 international). But William Porterfield's 11 ODI hundreds all came before he captained Ireland in their inaugural Test last month. … [Read more...] about Which non-Test player has scored the most ODI hundreds?
As you know, it's impossible to paint a group of Americans as broad as evangelical Christians with one stroke. Although estimates vary, Evangelical Protestants represent about 25 percent of America's population, according to the Pew Research Center. Many of us live in places vastly different from Cambridge or the COVID-19 epicenter of New York City. Our wish to return to a more normal life several months into this pandemic isn't predicated on some kind of religious objection to facts and data. Or a rush to meet our maker in heaven. It is because of facts and data that we believe what we believe. … [Read more...] about Actually, Christians Do Value Time on Earth. That’s Precisely Why We Want Normal Life Back | Opinion