Part of building crashes in South Mumbai
Part of building crashes in South Mumbai
Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - June 16, 2021) - Rain City Resources Inc. (CSE: RAIN) ("Rain" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that it has closed the first tranche of a non-brokered private placement offering (the "Offering") and issued 1,000,000 shares.The securities issued in the Offering are subject to the standard four month and one day hold period.No finders fees were paid in the Offering.The Offering was price protected on June 1, 2021. ...
Brazilian miner Vale SA will be able to resume operations at its Timbopeba iron ore dry processing plant in up to two months thanks to the use of an unmanned train, the company said in a statement on Wednesday. With the train, Timbopeba will be able to operate at least at 80% of its capacity of 33,000 tonnes of iron ore "fines" per day, the statement said. Vale was forced to shut down the plant in the Alegria mine complex recently after labor authorities in Minas Gerais state banned activities close to the Xingu dam due to concerns of a risk of collapse.
The estate’s backyard oasis has it’s very own waterfall.
More than a year after the COVID-19 pandemic forced the widespread closures of public buildings, Miami-Dade courthouses will re-open on June 28.
"It's about clothing that allows you to express yourself individually through the lens of functionality," designer Amy Smilovic said of her nostalgic fall collection.
Count Rory McIlroy in when it comes to banning the books players use to help them read greens — even though he uses one himself. McIlroy, responding to reports the books carried by most players in their back pockets may be on their way out as early as this fall, said he believes reading the way greens break is a skill that should be part of the game. McIlroy’s comments come in the wake of a report in Golfweek that the PGA Tour’s Player Advisory Council voted earlier this month to outlaw the books, a vote that will go to the full tour membership for final approval.
An unusually early and long-lasting heat wave brought more triple-digit temperatures Wednesday to a large swath of the U.S. West, raising concerns that such extreme weather could become the new normal amid a decadeslong drought. Phoenix, which is seeing some of the highest temperatures this week, was expected to hit 115 degrees (46 Celsius) Wednesday and 117 the next two days, the National Weather Service said. “Heat waves are getting worse in the West because the soil is so dry” from the region's megadrought, said Park Williams, a University of California, Los Angeles, climate and fire scientist who has calculated that soil in the western half of the nation is the driest it has been since 1895.
A deadly weekend mass shooting in Austin’s famed entertainment district arose from a feud between two groups of Central Texas teenagers, according to a police affidavit filed Wednesday. Harker Heights High School student Jeremiah Tabb, 17, was arrested at school Monday and remained in Travis County Jail on Wednesday. Bond is set at $500,000, but a police spokesman said it was unclear if he had an attorney to speak on his behalf.
City of Regina officials say the large rainstorm on June 11 showed the need for further investment in the city's infrastructure. Kim Onrait, executive director of citizen services, said the city got between 50 and 75 millimetres of rain from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. CST. "The city's operational team responded by ensuring pump stations were functioning properly, triaging flooding locations and closing roads to reduce the risk to the traveling public," Onrait said. Fire and Protective Services also rescue
Tupac Shakur was infamously killed in a Las Vegas drive-by shooting on Sept. 13, 1996, just three months after his 25th birthday. That didn't stop people, including two of his famous friends, from remembering him Wednesday, the day he would have turned 50.
Vaccinated British travellers could skip quarantine on return under new plansMinisters looking at loosening travel restrictions for those entering the UK from countries on the amber list Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage Arrivals at Heathrow airport: changes are being considered to the traffic light system under which places are graded according to Covid case and jab rate. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA
The Bank of Canada saw some choppiness in growth in the second quarter of 2021 following a sharp economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic at the start of the year, Governor Tiff Macklem said on Wednesday. Macklem told the Canadian Senate's banking committee that a complete recovery would still take some time and described the third wave of the coronavirus as a setback. "Following a sharp bounce back in economic activity in the fall and winter, we've seen choppiness in growth again in the second quarter of 2021," he said.
Presidents Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin of Russia spent more than three hours discussing issues Wednesday at their summit in Geneva. They ticked through their respective lists so quickly and in such “excruciating detail,” Biden says, that they looked at each other and thought, “OK, what next?” The most pressing issues the leaders discussed: AMBASSADORS Biden and Putin agreed to return their respective ambassadors to Washington and Moscow in a bid to improve badly deteriorated diplomatic relation
PALO ALTO, Calif., Jun 16, 2021--Corner Growth Acquisition Corp. 2 (the "Company"), a special purpose acquisition company formed for the purpose of effecting a merger, share exchange, asset acquisition, share purchase, reorganization or similar business combination with one or more businesses, today announced the pricing of its initial public offering of 17,500,000 units at a price of $10.00 per unit. The units will be listed on The Nasdaq Stock Market LLC and trade under the ticker symbol "TRON
Tessica Brown, who went viral after using Gorilla Glue in place of hairspray, has launched a hair growth oil and hairspray
ATLANTA, Jun 16, 2021--Angel Oak Mortgage, Inc. announces pricing of initial public offering
BERLIN (AP) — German vaccine maker CureVac said Wednesday that interim data from late-stage testing of its coronavirus shot show a comparatively low effectiveness in protecting people against COVID-19. The results appear to be a significant setback for CureVac's efforts to develop a coronavirus vaccine, and the company's stock value tumbled in after-hours trading. While not all the data from its trial involving 40,000 participants in Latin America and Europe have been assessed yet, the company s
The bipartisan proposal would focus on traditional transportation systems, not the "soft" infrastructure such as climate change Biden has called for.
LOS ANGELES, Jun 16, 2021--Kilroy Realty Corporation (NYSE: KRC) today said it has reached agreement in three separate off-market transactions totaling approximately $670 million to acquire Indeed Tower in Austin, Texas, a land site adjacent to its 2100 Kettner development project in San Diego and the ground lease under its Key Center office tower in Bellevue, Washington. All three transactions are expected to close by the end of the third quarter and are subject to certain closing conditions.
COVID-19 vaccination rates in Richmond are now comparable to the provincial average, according to the latest data from the B.C. Centre for Disease Control. The vaccination rate remains highest in Steveston, with 82 per cent of adults having received at least one dose. The Gilmore/Shellmont/East/Hamilton and East and West Cambie/Bridgeport regions aren’t far behind, with 78 and 77 per cent of adult residents having received a dose respectively. The Thompson/Seafair neighbourhood has 75 per cent o