Saturday, 1 August 2020 Highlights of this day in history: A shooting rampage takes place at the University of Texas clock tower; Germany declares war on Russia in World War I; Adolf Hitler opens the Berlin Olympics; Author Herman Melville born; MTV debuts. (Aug. 1)
We take you through time to witness the biggest events in history on this day. In this episode: Iraq invades Kuwait starting the Gulf War, San Francisco cable car was first tested, Carl Anderson discovered the positron and survivors of the USS Indianapolis were spotted 3 days after the ship's...
Briefing about the coronavirus situation, Simrandeep Singh, Secretary to J-K Govt informed that the movement within the UT is free, no testing will be required however, testing will be mandatory for people coming from outside the UT. "Earlier, testing was compulsory for people travelling from Red to Orange zones in the UT. Now all zones are Orange, so movement within the UT is free, no testing required. But testing is compulsory for those coming to the UT from outside," said Simrandeep Singh.
US president Donald Trump said on Monday that top Defence Department leaderswant to carry on waging wars in order to keep defence contractors “happy." MrTrump continues to fight allegations that he made offensive comments aboutfallen US service members, including calling First World War dead at anAmerican military cemetery in France “losers” and “suckers” in 2018.
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US President Donald Trump has dismissed as a 'hoax' an Atlantic magazinearticle claiming he called US war dead 'losers' and 'suckers' during a visitto a World War I cemetery in France. Mr Trump also attacked his former chiefof staff John Kelly as the likely source of the article, which claimed he alsocalled late Republican senator and decorated war hero John McCain a 'loser'.
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Every year, temporary workers, frequently from eastern Europe, travel across borders to help with agriculture and factory production lines. But now the pandemic is forcing a rethink of how to keep workers safe, particularly after outbreaks within meat packing plants in Germany.
Among the tunes the pop superstar will perform will be her take on Britney's Gimme More, while she will also deliver reworked versions of her own hits, such as new single Midnight Sky, from her Los Angeles home for the episode.
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Baloch People's Congress Chairperson Naela Quadri Baloch calls August 14 as 'Black Day' in the history of Balochistan. "Balochistan was invaded by Pakistan, as Pakistan was landlocked country. They are..