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I WAS on my usual weekend hawker rounds in PJ last week, when an elegant lady approached me. I am so glad to see you at places where ordinary people gather – check out the prices: everything is up; not just among hawkers but also in wet markets, among fish-mongers & chicken sellers, as well as in supermarkets and street vendors.
FRANKFURT: Two of Europe’s most indebted nations are gearing up to test investor appetite for their bonds as an economic recovery begins to lift yields from historically low levels.
(Reuters) - Former England women's international Sarah Taylor said on Tuesday she is excited about playing cricket again after joining Welsh Fire for the inaugural season of The Hundred.
ONE of the few benefits that Covid-19 has brought along is the acceleration of the structural shift towards digitalisation as measures undertaken by government’s across the globe focussed on minimising physical contacts to contain the spread.
FRANKFURT: Europe’s stuttering efforts to overcome the coronavirus crisis may finally be about to reach a turning point.
(Reuters) - The England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) will look at the possibility of using COVID-19 passports to allow fans to return to stadiums for the upcoming domestic season, the governing body's managing director of county cricket Neil Snowball said.
BERLIN (Reuters) -Chancellor Angela Merkel pressed Germany's states on Sunday to step up efforts to curb rapidly rising coronavirus infections, and raised the possibility of introducing curfews to try to get a third wave under control.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany must bring down coronavirus infections in the next few weeks or risk new virus mutations that are resistant to vaccines, and should impose night-time curfews in regions with high caseloads, said a top aide to Chancellor Angela Merkel.
(Reuters) - England's Jofra Archer is set to undergo surgery on his right hand, the country's cricket board said, after the fast bowler was sent home from the one-day international series in India due to a worsening elbow injury.
(Reuters) - England skipper Eoin Morgan has been ruled out of the final two one-day internationals against India in Pune after splitting the webbing between his thumb and index finger in Tuesday's opener, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said on Thursday.