Georgia Draws Ohio State In College Football Playoff: 5 Early Thoughts

ATHENS, GA – Georgia and Ohio State are two power programs that have been eyeing each other from a close range for the past several years, competing in the recruiting rankings, seeing Justin Fields move from one program to another, but not for everyone this time on the same soccer field. That changes this year … Read more

UK economy shrinking in 2023, risks ‘lost decade’: CBI

LONDON, Dec 5 (Reuters) – The UK economy is on track to contract by 0.4% next year as inflation remains high and companies postpone investment, with dismal implications for longer-term growth, the Confederation of Business Industry Monday. “Britain is in stagflation – with skyrocketing inflation, negative growth, falling productivity and corporate investment. Businesses see potential … Read more

Health ‘not set’ for long-COVID in children

A parliamentary inquiry into lung COVID has been told that the lack of a definition for the disease is affecting the treatment of young people. Associate Professor Philip Britton of the Sydney Children’s Hospital Network told the committee that a coordinated system was needed that could escalate care needs if necessary. “The health system in … Read more

45% of Indians started playing games during the pandemic period: Dentsu Gaming Report

Gaming in India has come a long way. Indian households have always been examples of activities that can be done together. Therefore, games like scrabble, carrom, Snake & Ladder, Playing Cards, TicTacToe, etc. are known to almost everyone. In India, gaming boomed in the 1990s with the adoption of liberalization, privatization and globalization policies and … Read more

Oil prices rise after OPEC+ upholds production cut targets, China eases COVID restrictions

Brent gained 0.8% at 0430 GMT, WTI rose 0.9% OPEC+ maintains plans to cut production by 2 million barrels per day More Chinese cities are easing COVID-19 restrictions MELBOURNE, Dec 5 (Reuters) – Oil prices rose as much as 2% on Monday after OPEC+ countries kept their production targets stable ahead of a European Union … Read more