Sri Lankan health authorities were working Friday to contain a growing cluster of new coronavirus infections, ordering the closure of bars, restaurants, casinos, nightclubs and spas.
Coming back from a position of unknown and uncertainty has been the trademark of Chennai Super Kings, the one conceptualised by their leader MS Dhoni. It is and has been one of the very many reasons why CSK over the years have garnered so much support all across the globe. But with seven defeats in 10 games, Chennai have languished to the bottom of the table, a position they have never befriended in any of their previous 12 IPL seasons, and from what now seems is a position of no return. So have Chennai given up? Certainly not their fans, but their skipper, yes. Shortly after their seven-wicket defeat to Rajasthan Royals on Monday in Abu Dhabi, Dhoni admitted that “this season we were not really there”.
The three Chinese banks to whom Anil Ambani owes more than $716 million (Rs 5,276 crore), as well as significant legal costs, have decided to pursue their rights against him on his worldwide assets, following the beleaguered Reliance Group chairman’s English high court cross-examination on Friday.
A school counselor at a central Kentucky Army post that started inperson classes in August died this week after being diagnosed with the coronavirus, officials said.