Monkeys Snatch Coronavirus Blood Samples Of Patients In India

A troop of monkeys snatched the blood samples of suspected coronavirus patients at a government hospital in the Meerut district of the north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.

The incident happened on Thursday when a lab assistant working with the Covid-19 facility of the hospital was carrying blood samples due for testing, Dr Dheeraj Baliyan, medical superintendent of Lala Lajpat Rai Memorial Medical College and Hospital, told CNN.

Lady SIaps Her Husband, Pours Soup On Him For Going Out With Side Chic

A video making the rounds on social media has captured the moment a woman bumped into her husband having lunch with his side chick at a restaurant.

The angry wife who couldn’t stand her husband with another woman landed serious slaps on his face. She asked him how he would have the guts to take a lady out while she is still alive.

Nigerians To Pay Stamp Duty On ATM Printouts, Some Whatsapp Messages – FIRS

The Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) says Nigerians will now pay stamp duties on WhatsApp messages, SMS, and messages via any electronic platform acknowledging receipt of funds.

The revenue service also stated that stamp duties will be paid on “POS receipts, fiscalised device receipts, Automated Teller Machine (ATM) print-outs”.

Ndidi & Mezuo Nwuneli Becomes First Couple To Deliver Keynote At Harvard Business School

Ndidi Okonkwo Nwuneli and Mezuo Nwuneli have become the first couple to deliver the keynote address on Harvard Business School (HBS) class day.

The couple took the baton from Michael Bloomberg, the founder of Bloomberg LP and former Mayor of New York, who delivered the class day speech for 2019.

Donald Trump Cuts US Ties With WHO, Claims It Is Under China’s Control 

President Donald Trump has announced that the US will be “terminating its relationship” with the World Health Organisation (WHO).

Speaking in the Rose Garden at the White House, the US president said he wanted to redirect funds to other organisations in an anti-China address over the coronavirus pandemic.

Man gets £2,000 hair transplant after woman on dating app slams him for ”going BALD” – Photo

Stuart Scott, 25, first noticed his hair was receding in his late teens and grew self conscious to the point he rarely went on nights out with his friends.

But his confidence hit rock bottom when a woman on Plenty of Fish told him she wasn’t interested because he looked like he was ‘going bald’.

Strange : Chickens Lay Eggs With Green Yolk On Indian Farm

A chicken farmer from Malappuram, India identified as Ak Shihabudheen has confirmed that some of his poultry lay eggs with green egg yolks.

Green egg yolk | Photo: Ak Shihabudheen/Facebook

Initially, when surfaces of the chicken eggs with dark green yolk surfaced online, many thought it was as a result of digital image editing.

LeBron James among American Athletes outraged at Black Man’s Death

NBA superstar LeBron James was among the American athletes taking to social media in outrage over the death of a black american man in Minnesota after a white policeman kneeled on his neck for several minutes.

Four Minneapolis police officers were fired Tuesday as a video showing one of them kneeling on the neck of George Floyd, a handcuffed black man who later died, sparked protests.

Apply for 2020 Merit-Based Scholarships At Drexel University, USA

To assist International students in their achievement, The Drexel University, USA is proud to offer signature scholarship opportunities that encourage academic excellence and foster an inclusive environment by supporting our diverse student body.

Apply for International Entrance Bursary Program At McGill University – Canada 2020

The University’s Entrance Bursary Program offers entrance bursaries to students from low to modest income families who demonstrate financial need. The McGill University is committed to supporting the academic pursuits of qualified undergraduate students who require financial assistance.

The university will provide the Entrance bursaries range in value and award amounts are determined by the level of need demonstrated by the student and their family, relative to other applicants and the tuition fee rate charged based on the program of study and student residency (Quebec, rest of Canada, US, International)