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India declines proposal to test Sputnik-V COVID-19 vaccine in large study

Oct 7 (Reuters) – India’s drug regulator has knocked back a proposal from Dr Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd to conduct a large study in the country to evaluate Russia’s Sputnik-V COVID-19 vaccine and has asked it to first test the vaccine in a smaller trial.

The recommendations here by an expert panel of the Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation (CDSCO) noted that safety and immunogenicity data from early-stage studies being conducted overseas is small, with no inputs available on Indian participants.

India’s move comes as a setback for Russia’s plan to roll-out the vaccine even before full trials show how well it works, while pushing back its efforts to win approval for the vaccine in the country that leads the world on average number of new infections.

India is expected to overtake the United States over the next several weeks as the country with the world’s largest number of cases.

The

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WWE Raw Report – Ricochet Unwisely Declines to Join Hurt Business

In the third part of Bleeding Cool’s WWE Monday Night Raw report, Drew McIntyre makes a Watchmen reference, Braun Strowman briefly faces Keith Lee, and Ricochet makes a poor decision. Welcome to Bleeding Cool’s weekly WWE Raw report, where we watch this crap, so you don’t have to.

The official logo for WWE Monday Night Raw. Credit: WWE.
The official logo for WWE Monday Night Raw. Credit: WWE.

WWE Raw Report for October 5, 2020 Part 3

Moments ago, on Monday Night Raw, Aleister Black attacked Kevin Owens. Since, as a WWE viewer, you may have the brain of a goldfish, WWE plays a clip of it.

Charly Caruso talks to Drew McIntyre backstage. She starts to ask him about Randy Orton, but he interrupts. As to Randy’s challenge, every time he sees Randy Orton, he kicks the crap out of him. That’s gonna continue tonight. The answer is yes to the challenge. He’s not locked inside

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Global Markets Lower After Wall St Declines for Third Week | Business News

By JOE McDONALD, AP Business Writer

BEIJING (AP) — Global stock markets and U.S. futures tumbled Monday after Wall Street fell for a third straight week and investors were rattled by U.S.-Chinese tension over technology and security and a rise in British coronavirus infections.

London and Frankfurt opened lower and Shanghai, Hong Kong and Seoul retreated. Japanese markets were closed for a holiday.

On Friday, Wall Street’s benchmark S&P 500 lost 1.1%, led by a sell-off of tech companies that led this year’s rebound. Investors worry they might have become to expensive.

Market momentum shifted after the Federal Reserve said last week the U.S. economic outlook is uncertain. Growth in some industries has slowed after additional unemployment benefits that supported consumer spending expired. Lawmakers have yet to agree on a new support package ahead of elections for president, Congress and some Senate seats.

“With 43 days to the U.S. election,

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Asian markets lower after Wall St declines for third week

BEIJING (AP) — Asian stock markets were lower Monday after Wall Street declined for a third straight week and Britain reported a rise in coronavirus infections.



People wearing face masks walk past a bank's electronic board showing the Hong Kong share index at Hong Kong Stock Exchange Monday, Sept. 21, 2020. Asian stock markets were mostly lower Monday after Wall Street declined for a third week and Britain reported a rise in coronavirus infections. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)


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People wearing face masks walk past a bank’s electronic board showing the Hong Kong share index at Hong Kong Stock Exchange Monday, Sept. 21, 2020. Asian stock markets were mostly lower Monday after Wall Street declined for a third week and Britain reported a rise in coronavirus infections. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)

Benchmarks in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Seoul and Sydney retreated. Japanese markets were closed for a holiday.

On Friday, Wall Street’s benchmark S&P 500 index lost 1.1%, led by a sell-off of tech companies that led this year’s rebound. Investors worry they might have become to expensive.



People wearing face masks walk past a bank's electronic board showing the Hong Kong share index at Hong Kong Stock Exchange Monday, Sept. 21, 2020. Asian stock markets were mostly lower Monday after Wall Street declined for a third week and Britain reported a rise in coronavirus infections. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)


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People wearing face masks walk past a bank’s electronic board showing the Hong Kong share index at

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