Top News Of The Day: Public Sector Banks Lend Up To £ 5 For COVID-19 Treatment; The arrival of the monsoons in Kerala was delayed to June 3rd and beyond
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Individuals, including employees, non-employees, and retirees, can avail unsecured personal loans from £ 25,000 to £ 5 to meet COVID-19 treatment. The repayment term is 5 years and SBI would charge interest of 8.5% per annum. Other banks are free to set their interest rate.
The arrival of the monsoons over Kerala has been postponed to June 3, following an update from the Indian Meteorological Agency. The agency had forecast May 31.
A Qatar Airways private jet landed at Douglas-Charles Airport in Dominica. Antigua News Room reports what led to speculation about the deportation of Choksi, who was imprisoned in the Caribbean island nation after his mysterious disappearance from neighboring Antigua and Barbuda.
The court had also repeatedly expressed its acute dissatisfaction with the random and inadequate distribution of oxygen, even as the country saw its worst death toll.
“India is now not moving under pressure from other countries, but with its own convictions,” he said in his radio address “Mann ki Baat” and said that everyone is proud of this.
Practically speaking on the seventh anniversary of Narendra Modi’s dispensation at the center, the BJP boss said all party members, ministers, and MLAs will serve the people in at least two villages under COVID-19 protocols and lockdown policies to mark the occasion to mark.
Randeep Surjewala, Secretary General of Congress and responsible for the communications department, said in a virtual press conference that the Modi government is the weakest government India has had in 73 years.
Jair Bolsonaro’s popularity fell during the coronavirus crisis that killed more than 4.60,000 Brazilians.
The couple married in Westminster Roman Catholic Cathedral on May 29 in front of a small group of friends and family, announced Mr Johnson’s office on May 30, and confirmed newspaper reports published overnight.
In a recent letter to the Union’s Interior Minister Amit Shah, SII said that its staff had been working around the clock despite various challenges due to the pandemic.
With the capital-intensive aviation sector under the program, the government has also lowered the outstanding limit of £ 500 million for drawing on emergency loans. However, the maximum additional assistance for each borrower was capped at 40% of the outstanding amount or 200 crore, whichever is lower.
The Swiss was flown to a hospital in Florence after an accident on turn nine with three motorcycles in which Ayumu Sasaki from Tech 3 KTM could not avoid the Prustel GP rider.