The Delhi High Court said on Sunday it would start punishing central government officials if they failed to provide a steady oxygen supply, warning that it would start contempt proceedings if there was no compliance. Watch video 02:33 Share India: Overwhelmed medical centers turn away the sick Send Facebook Twitter reddit EMail Facebook Messenger Web Whatsapp Web Telegram linkedin Permalink https://p.dw.com/p/3shpG India: Overwhelmed medical centers turn away the sick The court urged the government to supply 490 metric tons of oxygen to Delhi, as promised earlier. The court order was passed after taking into consideration the federal government's statement that it had no oxygen left in reserve to meet the SOS needs of the hospitals. Many hospitals in the capital New Delhi and across the country reported deaths due to oxygen shortage , as the country has been hit severely by the second wave. Deaths … [Read more...] about India: Court threatens federal government over oxygen failure
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THE PILOT of the doomed MH370 left "false trails" to dodge radars before the plane disappeared killing all 239 on board, it has been claimed. The theory that the captain made a series of zig-zagging movements to throw off air traffic teams comes seven years after the Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 suddenly vanished - sparking the world's greatest aviation mystery . According to aerospace engineer Richard Godfrey - who has spent years investigating the flight’s 2014 disappearance - the pilot made a number of deliberate turns and speed changes to avoid detection before plunging into the Indian Ocean. Godfrey said his research suggests the pilot in command, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, took a “carefully planned” flight path to avoid “giving a clear idea where he was heading”, reports news.com.au. The Boeing 777 with 239 people on board mysteriously disappeared from radar after taking off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport, bound for Beijing, on March 8 2014. The plane … [Read more...] about MH370 pilot left ‘false trails’ to avoid detection before plane disappeared killing all 239 on board
WHEN a 1997 interview revealed Bill and Melinda Gates' agreement allowing the tech mogul yearly getaways with his ex-girlfriend, many wanted to know who she is and who she is married to. Bill, 65, and venture capitalist Ann Winblad , 70, dated in the eighties and broke up once he met Melinda in 1987 – but not much known about Ann Winblad’s husband Alex Kline. Read our Bill Gates live blog for the latest news and updates... Who is Ann Winblad's husband? A source told the New York Post on Tuesday that Winblad is married to actor Kevin Kline’s brother, Alex Kline , who has two adulte kids from a previous marriage. The newspaper says Winblad married Kline, 63, six years ago. Kline is reportedly a private investigator and Stanford University graduate who played an extra in his brother’s 1988 movie, A Fish Called Wanda, the Stanford magazine wrote in 2000. Who is Ann Winblad and how old is she? Winblad, the founding partner of Hummer Winblad … [Read more...] about Who is Ann Winblad’s husband Alex Kline?
The US economy grew at its fastest rate since 2003 in the first quarter of the year, according to preliminary figures, as households and businesses lapped up government stimulus. The Commerce Department reported an annualised rate of growth of 6.4% in the three months to January - higher than the 6.1% expected by economists polled by the Reuters news agency. Live COVID updates from the UK and around the world Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player Biden: 'America is on the move again' Experts said the surge in gross domestic product (GDP) put the world's largest economy on track to record its best performance in almost 40 years during 2021, following a torrid period of COVID-19 disruption in 2020. While the US is predicted to take two years to recover to pre-pandemic levels, the first quarter growth figures showed a spurt from the 4.3% rate of GDP growth recorded in the fourth quarter of 2020. Advertisement … [Read more...] about COVID stimulus package helps US economy grow at fastest pace since 2003
Billionaire Warren Buffett advised people not to think investing is an easy way to make a fortune. He said stock trading platforms such as Robinhood are only encouraging gambling, as they allow people to buy and sell stocks for free. The CEO of Berkshire Hathaway was speaking virtually at the company's annual meeting, which was held online for the second time due to the coronavirus pandemic. He answered several questions along with vice chairmen Charlie Munger, Greg Abel and Ajit Jain. Watch video 01:11 Share Amateurs make toxic assets explode Send Facebook Twitter reddit EMail Facebook Messenger Web Whatsapp Web Telegram linkedin Permalink https://p.dw.com/p/3oWwx Flash mob on Wall Street: Amateurs make toxic assets explode Trading apps and cryptocurrencies Buffett said apps such as Robinhood, which are popular among millennials, encourage a "gambling impulse" among Americans and create a … [Read more...] about Warren Buffett criticizes trading app Robinhood at annual meeting