King Khan – SUPPLEMENTS

It’s time to Klap The past 16 months have robbed us of many simple pleasures; it’s not just about dining out or gorging on gourmet food, it’s the freedom to socialize at will without executing elaborate plans and the joys of group dining with old friends reconnecting with new cuisines …

Read More »

Information on the earthquake: mag of light. Earthquake 4.2 – Shimotsuma-shi, 7.3 km southwest of Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan, Wednesday August 25, 2021 4:14 p.m. (GMT +9)

Update: August 25, 2021 13:35 GMT – Refresh Light 4.2 magnitude earthquake 54 km deep 25 Aug 07:20 UTC: First to report: NIED after 6 minutes. Update Wed 25 Aug 2021, 07:24 Moderate magnitude 4.2 earthquake strikes in afternoon 7 km southwest of Tsukuba, Japan Earthquake 4.2 25 August 4:14 …

Read More »

Dividend Payments See Global Recovery to $ 471.7 Billion

Global dividends rebounded 26.3% year-on-year to $ 471.7 billion, with payments expected to reach pre-pandemic levels in the coming year. The payout has been increased due to delayed dividends in early 2020, higher payouts and a positive exchange rate. A Janus Henderson Global Dividend Index report shows that corporate dividend …

Read More »

Information on the earthquake: moderate mag. 5.6 earthquake – North Pacific Ocean, 94 km northeast of Iwaki, Fukushima, Japan, on Sunday, August 22, 2021 at 11:24 a.m. (GMT +9)

Update: Aug 22, 2021 16:12 GMT – Refresh Moderate magnitude earthquake 5.6 to 54 km deep 22 Aug 02:31 UTC: First to report: NIED after 7 minutes. Updated Sun Aug 22, 2021, 02:36 AM Significant 5.6 magnitude earthquake 94 km northeast of Iwaki, Japan 5.6 earthquake 22 August 11:24 (GMT …

Read More »

Main players in the wireless infrastructure market: Ericsson, Nokia (ALU + MOTO), Juniper, Cisco, CommScope, HUBER SUHNER, Corning, Huawei, etc.

This detailed summary and report documentation on Wireless Infrastructures market include market size, market segmentation, market position, regional and country level market sizes, competitive economy, business research, l ” value chain optimization, trade policy, impact of players, latest trends, strategic market growth, value chain optimization and opportunity analysis. Market segmentation …

Read More »

Claesson Koivisto Rune In Japan – TLmagazine

Bukowski presents Claesson Koivisto Rune In Japan, an exhibition and auction of pieces from the famous Swedish architecture and design studio Claesson Koivisto Rune. Founded in 1995 by MÃ¥rten Claesson, Eero Koivisto and Ola Rune, the studio has established a long-standing collaboration and association with Japan. The exhibition highlights the …

Read More »

Kyodo News Digest: August 22, 2021

A shopping district in Kagoshima is deserted on August 21, 2021, as the southwestern prefecture of Japan is under a near-COVID-19 state of emergency. (Kyodo) == Kyodo The following is the latest list of news summaries selected by Kyodo News. ———- US Vice President arrives in Singapore for first trip …

Read More »

A collective strategy for physics in Africa

Faïrouz Malek recounts that after obtaining her doctorate in nuclear and particle physics at the University of Grenoble in 1990, she “had only one idea: to return home” to Algeria. But then, just over a year later, a coup in his country sparked a civil war that did not end …

Read More »

Stocks fall, oil collapses

The chief executive of the Bahnsen Group, David Bahnsen, on the CBO score of the bill for infrastructure, spending, national debt and private equity. U.S. stock indices fell on Monday as the U.S. Senate struck an infrastructure deal amid growing concerns about the spread of COVID-19 infections in Asia. Over …

Read More »

Grenada reopens for international travel

Grenada has been at the forefront of tourism development with new airlifts, accommodations, experiences, restaurants and more, and the warm and friendly Grenadian people invite travelers to experience pure Grenada and the uniqueness of the Caribbean spice island. As travelers reconnect with their passion for travel, the destination of the …

Read More »

AP Top News at 2:55 a.m. EDT

Posted on Sunday August 8, 2021 | 9:00 p.m. Updated Sunday August 8, 2021 | 11:55 p.m. Cuomo’s senior aide resigns as governor faces harassment fury ALBANY, NY (AP) – Melissa DeRosa, a person who has been present alongside Gov. Andrew Cuomo for months at his coronavirus press conferences, resigned …

Read More »

Are the Olympics as green as Japan claims they are?

Sustainability is a central theme of this year’s Olympic Games and Japan has certainly gone above and beyond by showing the world that it takes environmental friendliness and sustainability very seriously. The Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympics are estimated to emit 4.5 million tonnes of carbon dioxide, while the London …

Read More »

Dickey’s Drives Significant International Growth in Q2

Dallas, TX, July 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – As the world’s largest barbecue concept, Dickey’s Barbecue Pit continues to bring its slow-smoked meats and savory sides to more markets around the world. Dickey’s opened 63 branches in the second quarter alone, including three overseas in Singapore, Japan and the Yas …

Read More »

US places UK on highest COVID-19 travel advisory

WASHINGTON DC: The US government issued an advisory on Monday urging US citizens to avoid traveling to Britain due to their rising rate of Covid infection. A “level 4” warning – the most serious issued by US agencies – was released just as the UK government lifted most pandemic restrictions. …

Read More »

PNR Calamba receives a “record” number of offers

CALAMBA STATION. Artist’s impression of Calamba Station of the Philippine National Railways North-South Suburban Rail System. Transport Secretary Arthur Tugade said on Thursday that the PNR Calamba project had received a record number of bids from several local and international companies. (Artist rendering courtesy of DOTr) MANILA – The Philippine …

Read More »

2021 Olympics turn into $ 20 billion bust for Japan

TOKYO — When Toyota Motor Corp. Said this week that it will not air any commercials in Japan related to the Olympics, it has sent a stronger message than any television commercial about the host country’s gloomy mood. Toyota is Japan’s most valuable company and a global sponsor of the …

Read More »

Tokyo 2021 preview: Japan sends powerful squad

Judo is coming home to the Tokyo Olympics, and the Japanese team is under a world of pressure. Luckily for the host nation, this group of powerful athletes is eager to grasp the significance of this moment in their sport, which was born in Japan and introduced to the Olympics …

Read More »

Kyndryl appoints A / NZ chairman for 2021 split

Kyndryl announced that it has appointed Kerry Purcell president of the company in Australia and New Zealand. Kyndryl is the independent public company that will be created following the separation of the Managed Infrastructure Services business from IBM. Purcell’s appointment is a key step in creating Kyndryl’s new global leadership …

Read More »

Massive ransomware hack used computer software flaws, researchers say

Hackers behind a massive ransomware attack exploited several previously unknown vulnerabilities in Kaseya Ltd.’s IT management software, the latest sign of the Russian-linked group’s competence and aggression. , believed to be responsible for the incidents, cybersecurity researchers said on Sunday. Marcus Murray, founder of Stockholm-based TrueSec Inc., said his company’s …

Read More »

Expedia maps Singaporeans’ travel intentions

SINGAPORE, July 5, 2021: Confidence in overseas travel is rising among Singaporeans who hope the successful vaccination program will open the door to international travel by the end of the year. Year-end international travel searches up 60% in Q2 2021 vs. Q1, Expedia says [1]. This indicates strong pent-up demand …

Read More »

The first signs of Phuket’s revival appear

Pullman Phuket Arcadia Naithon Beach. Several Phuket hotel chains saw higher bookings once the sandbox program was confirmed. Thailand is working to reopen to foreign tourists following the prime minister’s pledge to lift most restrictions by mid-October, in a bid to get the economy back on track. Hospitality companies are …

Read More »