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  • Omicron news roundup: All the important developments about the Covid variant you must know Jan 11, 2022 12:34 PM IST

    Omicron news roundup: All the important developments about the Covid variant you must know

    More clampdowns, a party wrongly timed and a study on babies’ development during the pandemic, in a roundup of events in India and across the world  

  • Influencers without masks party on Canada flight, Trudeau calls them ‘idiots, barbarians’ Jan 07, 2022 05:09 PM IST

    Influencers without masks party on Canada flight, Trudeau calls them ‘idiots, barbarians’

    Coronavirus: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said it was a "slap in the face" to see people putting themselves and others at risk with their irresponsible behaviour.

  • Mexican farmers cut cempasuchil flowers ahead of Day of the Dead Oct 25, 2021 04:09 PM IST

    Mexican farmers cut cempasuchil flowers ahead of Day of the Dead

    Farmers from the Atlixco region in central Mexico cut cempasuchil flowers, which are used to adorn altars and tombs on the “Day of the Dead” celebrations on November 1 and 2. According to the tradition, trails of cempasuchil flowers serve as a guide for the spirits to reach the altar.

  • Ford to suspend production today at Mexico plant on materials shortage Oct 15, 2021 10:56 AM IST

    Ford to suspend production today at Mexico plant on materials shortage

    Ford had also suspended production from Oct. 11-12 at its Hermosillo plant, where it makes its Bronco Sport SUV and Maverick compact pickup.

  • Greater economic cooperation should drive privileged partnership between India and Mexico: Jaishankar Sep 29, 2021 10:55 AM IST

    Greater economic cooperation should drive privileged partnership between India and Mexico: Jaishankar

    Jaishankar, who is on a three-day visit to Mexico and his first to the Latin American country as the External Affairs Minister, on Tuesday held a productive engagement with Mexican business representatives and Indian companies operating in Mexico.

  • Cleanup boats on scene of large oil spill following Hurricane Ida in Gulf of Mexico Sep 05, 2021 10:17 AM IST

    Cleanup boats on scene of large oil spill following Hurricane Ida in Gulf of Mexico

    Talos is investigating the cause of the leak, but a statement provided by Grove said that field observations indicate the company's assets are not the source.

  • Planeload of fleeing Afghans arrive in Mexico, including journalists Sep 01, 2021 11:15 AM IST

    Planeload of fleeing Afghans arrive in Mexico, including journalists

    It was the fourth group of Afghan civilians granted entry by Mexico on humanitarian grounds. A foreign ministry statement said the latest group to arrive included independent journalists and activists accompanied by their families, including 75 children.

  • Hurricane Grace unleashes severe flooding in Mexico, killing eight Aug 22, 2021 08:40 AM IST

    Hurricane Grace unleashes severe flooding in Mexico, killing eight

    The NHC forecast Grace would dump 6 to 12 inches (15-30 cm) of rain over eastern and central Mexico through Sunday and up to 18 inches (45 cm) in some areas. The heavy rainfall will likely cause areas of flash and urban flooding.

  • Tokyo Olympics 2020 |Brazil beat Mexico on penalties to reach soccer final Aug 03, 2021 06:10 PM IST

    Tokyo Olympics 2020 |Brazil beat Mexico on penalties to reach soccer final

    Brazil went close to settling the match inside 90 minutes when Richarlison struck the post with a glancing header in the 82nd minute.

  • The Tippling Point | After all, a drink born out of pure love can't go bad, can it? May 15, 2021 11:47 AM IST

    The Tippling Point | After all, a drink born out of pure love can't go bad, can it?

    The story of Padre Azul - a premium tequila made with 100% Blue agave - starts with an intercontinental love story.

  • Deadliest metro accidents around the world since 1975 May 04, 2021 01:18 PM IST

    Deadliest metro accidents around the world since 1975

    At least 15 people were killed and dozens injured on Monday when an elevated metro line collapsed in Mexico City. Here are some of the worst accidents on metros over the past four decades.

  • Mexico authorizes emergency use of Indian COVID-19 vaccine Apr 07, 2021 07:53 AM IST

    Mexico authorizes emergency use of Indian COVID-19 vaccine

    "Very timely decision by COFEPRIS to authorize the emergency use of the COVAXIN vaccine manufactured in India. The options for vaccination against COVID-19 in Mexico are expanding!!!," Ebrard said on Twitter.

  • For migrants at the US-Mexico border, it is both opportunity and risk Mar 30, 2021 07:55 PM IST

    For migrants at the US-Mexico border, it is both opportunity and risk

    A new US president promised to dismantle his predecessor’s policies governing asylum seekers who arrive at the southern border. Exactly who the new administration is allowing into the country is unknown, but thousands of children from Central America and Mexico who arrived in recent weeks are now in US custody.

  • Mexico receives 1.5 million does of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine from US Mar 29, 2021 11:25 AM IST

    Mexico receives 1.5 million does of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine from US

    The vaccines were the initial batch in an agreement to send some 2.7 million AstraZeneca doses from the United States to help Mexico offset local shortages for its drive to inoculate its population of 126 million.

  • International Women’s Day 2021 | Activists paint barriers with names of victims of violence in Mexico Mar 08, 2021 01:26 PM IST

    International Women’s Day 2021 | Activists paint barriers with names of victims of violence in Mexico

    The names of women victimised by violence were painted on metal barriers hastily erected around Mexico’s national palace late on March 6, ahead of a women’s march as activists turned the fencing into a makeshift billboard for their movement.

  • Cold snap leaves 8 million in Texas, Mexico without power Feb 16, 2021 11:15 AM IST

    Cold snap leaves 8 million in Texas, Mexico without power

    The cold snap sweeping Texas reached the northern part of neighboring Mexico as well, where authorities said 4.7 million users lost power early on Monday. Around midday, service had been restored to almost 2.6 million of them.

  • Where Did the Dinosaur-Killing Impactor Come From? Feb 15, 2021 09:36 PM IST

    Where Did the Dinosaur-Killing Impactor Come From?

    For decades, scientists have debated the identity of the impactor that struck our planet that fateful day, leaving a 90-mile scar called the Chicxulub crater under what is now the Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico.

  • COVID-19 vaccine update | Mexico gets AstraZeneca doses from India, expects more Pfizer, as it prepares for next phase Feb 14, 2021 08:54 PM IST

    COVID-19 vaccine update | Mexico gets AstraZeneca doses from India, expects more Pfizer, as it prepares for next phase

    Mexico is also expecting shipments of Pfizer's vaccine to resume, with 494,000 doses due to arrive on Tuesday.

  • Tiny patients fight COVID-19 in Mexico neonatal ward Feb 08, 2021 05:23 PM IST

    Tiny patients fight COVID-19 in Mexico neonatal ward

    Newborn babies and their mothers suffering from the novel coronavirus disease are treated at Maternal Perinatal Hospital 'Monica Pretelini Saenz' in Toluca, Mexico. The country has so far reported 1,932,145 COVID-19 cases and 166,200 deaths. The government says the real number of infected people and the death toll in Mexico are both likely significantly higher than the confirmed cases.

  • Mexico calls on Joe Biden to fix immigration status of Mexican nationals Jan 20, 2021 08:50 PM IST

    Mexico calls on Joe Biden to fix immigration status of Mexican nationals

    Lopez Obrador has been urging Biden to carry out an immigration reform, and earlier this week said he hoped the incoming U.S. president would address the issue quickly once he had taken office later on Wednesday.

  • Mexico sees bump in tourism during the holidays amid pandemic surge Jan 13, 2021 04:13 PM IST

    Mexico sees bump in tourism during the holidays amid pandemic surge

    Concern is spreading that the winter holiday success could be fleeting, because it came as COVID-19 infections in both Mexico and the United States, the main source of the foreign tourists, were reaching new heights — and as a new, more easily spread variant was beginning to emerge in the U.S. If a sharp rise in infections forces a new shutdown of the tourism sector, the effects would be devastating.

  • People yearn to connect across borders amid pandemic holiday Dec 26, 2020 03:27 PM IST

    People yearn to connect across borders amid pandemic holiday

    Families across the world are disconnected, but perhaps none more than those trapped on opposite sides of an international border. Some legally can’t cross, and others can’t afford to endure quarantines if they do. Along both borders, AP photographers found families connecting in smaller, more intimate ways, overcoming unusual obstacles for shared celebrations.

  • COVID-19 update | Mexico's President Andrs Manuel Lpez Obrador calls virus lockdowns "dictatorship" Dec 02, 2020 09:58 PM IST

    COVID-19 update | Mexico's President Andrs Manuel Lpez Obrador calls virus lockdowns "dictatorship"

    The comments came as Lpez Obrador once again fended off questions about why he almost never wears a face mask, saying it was a question of liberty.

  • Coronavirus update: Mexico surpasses 1 million COVID-19 cases Nov 15, 2020 11:40 AM IST

    Coronavirus update: Mexico surpasses 1 million COVID-19 cases

    Mexico has the world's fourth-highest death toll from the virus behind the United States, Brazil and India, according to an AFP tally based on official figures.

  • US Election 2020 | Mexico's president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador won't congratulate Joe Biden until legal challenges resolved Nov 08, 2020 11:18 AM IST

    US Election 2020 | Mexico's president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador won't congratulate Joe Biden until legal challenges resolved

    The Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador linked his caution to his own allegations of fraud in two presidential elections he contested, in 2006 and 2012, before winning on his third bid in 2018.

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