China is not the only country facing struggling with power outages, which have led to fuel shortages and blackouts in some countries. Continue reading China coal prices hit record highs, early winter chill adds to energy woes
“Board’s past actions demonstrate an unwillingness to confront endemic problems with abuse.” Continue reading US Olympic Committee defends handling of Nassar case
Tesla’s expansion in Palo Alto came even after Elon Musk announced that last week the company was moving it’s headquarters from Palo Alto, California to Austin, Texas. Continue reading Tesla to expand presence in Palo Alto despite HQ move to Texas source
There is a shortage of natural gas in Europe that had sent prices for electricity and gas soaring, triggering sharp rises in the prices paid by people heating their homes or for major heavy industrial plants smelting steel. Continue reading Crisis looms in Britain, steel makers warn
Qatar is the world’s largest supplier of liquefied natural gas and also aims to expand it’s production to 127 million tonnes annually by 2027 from 77 million tonnes. Continue reading Qatar Petroleum changes name to Qatar Energy signalling new strategy
As per local health ministry, the six survivors were being hospitalised. Also, Tatarstan head Rustam Minnikhanov was travelling to the scene of the crash, a statement on his website mentions.
Residents of the capital Lusaka, and the copper belts of Kitwe and Ndola have said that they had no electricity. Continue reading Zambia suffers major power outrage
The widely used Sputnik V shot in Russia approved for use in over 70 countries is undergoing a review by the WHO and the European Medicines Agency (EMA). Continue reading WHO says ‘near’ to solving issues on Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine
A street dog named Boji, has become a regular sight on ferries, buses and metro trains in Europe’s largest city. A devoted commuter, the dog enjoys long journeys on public transport upto 30 kilometres on a regular week day.
Over the weekend, more than 3000 barrels of oil leaked into the Pacific Ocean off the coast of southern California killing wildlife, damaging sensitive environmental areas and closing beaches. Continue reading California port where spill occurred had numerous ships waiting to unload
World Animal day is celebrated to recognise animal rights and welfare and to ensure the safety of the animals and owners. Continue reading Philippines pets receive blessings in drive through ceremony
Direct sources of McDonald’s net zero targets by 2050 includes emissions from direct sources such as corporate offices and restaurants and indirect sources, particularly those from franchise restaurants and suppliers of goods and services.
“I’ve started my isolation and I”ll be staying here until I’m cleared by the doctors and health officials. So far I’m looking ok but really sad to not be able to play this year.” Continue reading Sabalenka tests positive for COVID-19, out of Indian Wells tournament
U.N.agencies called on countries on Thursday, not to expel Haitians without evaluating their needs and to offer protective measures. Continue reading Influx of Haitian migrants pushing locals out of housing in Colombia beach town
It has been decided that restaurants and bars can only serve alcohol until 8 pm and are required to close at 9 pm. Continue reading Japan’s bars, restaurants welcomes back drinkers as COVID-19 controls ease