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South Korean powerhouse group MONSTA X is set for their comeback. After their third full-length album ‘Fatal Love’, the group will release their next mini-album ‘One Of A Kind’. Following a series of individual and group teaser photos, on Sunday, MONSTA X released the second teaser of the title track ‘Gambler’.

MONSTA X compels in 'Gambler' teaser ahead of 'One Of A Kind' album release on June 1

On May 30, MONSTA X’s second teaser shows Shownu, Minhyuk, Kihyun, Hyungwon, Joohoney, and I.M enter a room, fully guarded by their bodyguards. Dressed in sharp black suits, the six members arrive in a private casino-style room by showing their fierce gaze, ready to tackle the situation. You also witness Minhyuk and Kihyun at loggerheads in the scene.

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MONSTA X released their third full-length album ‘Fatal Love’ on November 1, 2021, along with the title track ‘Love Killa’. The group’s members released their solo work in the past year and even had an eventful year with many accolades. They recently made their Japanese come back with ‘Wanted’.

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A million frontline Covid workers demand India boost $40 salary

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For their trouble, they make about $40 a month, a wage barely enough to make ends meet. More than a million of these frontline healthcare workers across the country — pivotal to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s goal of inoculating the nation’s entire population and reviving the $2.6 trillion economy — are soon about to snap.

Called Accredited Social Health Activists, or “Asha” the Hindi word for hope, these women are teaming up with trade unions with muscle to step up their fight against what they call chronic official apathy toward their complaints about poor pay and dismal working conditions. 

Nine Asha workers Bloomberg News interviewed across India said authorities who earlier assured them better wages, personal protective equipment and safe working conditions haven’t kept those promises despite a two-day stoppage last year. Even worse, some say they haven’t been paid for months. 

The All India Trade Union Congress is planning protests in New Delhi when the nation’s parliament is in session through Dec. 23, said General Secretary Amarjeet Kaur. “We are talking to other trade unions and are planning a national strike in December for all scheme workers,” said A.R. Sindhu, national secretary for the Communist-linked Centre of Indian Trade Unions. 

The threat of another walkout by the workers comes at a critical time when India is still struggling with its vaccination targets. Only 32% of India’s 1.4 billion people had received two shots, according to Bloomberg’s vaccine tracker Wednesday, while Modi has an ambitious goal of getting all adults fully inoculated by the end of the year. A strike could also deal a blow as the omicron variant of the coronavirus poses a new risk to recovery efforts around the globe.

Bridge to Communities

Asha workers are crucial to Modi’s door-to-door Covid-19 vaccination campaign launched in November. They have detailed knowledge of their neighborhoods, and they are far more likely to persuade residents to get the shots. They act as a bridge between health authorities and local communities. 

Created in 2005 as a stopgap arrangement to help provide more than 55 health-care services to people, especially women and children, in far-flung areas, the Asha program has been instrumental in eradicating polio from the developing country. Now the workers have the added burden of Covid-19, all for a paltry activity-based honorarium, which averages about 3,000 rupees ($40) a month for most of them. If lucky, some can earn double that amount. 

But they want the government to set minimum wages for them, like farm hands or cleaners, some of whom can make as much as $260 a month.

“Time has come to give them minimum wages because now they have become crucial to the system,” said T. Sundararaman, New Delhi-based global coordinator for the People’s Health Movement. “When they were created we were talking about 12 hours a week. Now the whole burden of primary care has shifted on them and they are working more than the regular staff.”

The concerns being raised by the Asha workers aren’t new. Besides the issue of pay, two years into the pandemic, most of them still continue to work without gloves, masks or sanitizers. Those who need to travel far don’t have access to a safe place to stay overnight, or shelter when temperatures soar or dip.

Women in Pink 

Irked at being ignored, the women in pink are escalating their stir, demanding minimum and timely wages and better working facilities. They joined other workers’ unions in September for a one-day strike, and the protests have gathered momentum since.

On Nov. 10, Asha workers in Kolhapur, a town about 230 miles south of Mumbai, stopped vaccine-related work over non-payment. In the northern state of Punjab, where local elections are likely early next year, they have stayed away from all services barring emergency care such as child birth since Nov. 25, according to Balbir Kaur, 51, who is the chief of the union in the district of Ludhiana. 

“Since the assembly polls are nearing and they are seeking votes, may be they will now listen to us now,” said Kaur, adding she hadn’t been paid for months. A spokesperson for the state government did not reply to an email seeking comment. 

As a result of the protests in pockets of the country, some experts are already starting to see a dip in the pace of vaccination. Vivekanand Jha, executive director for India at the George Institute for Global Health, said ignoring their concerns may undermine the fight against Covid-19.

“People who are marginalized would suffer,” Jha said.

Beaten Up 

Poonam Pandey, 35, said when she and her associates had gathered in Shahjahanpur, a small district in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, to present a letter of demands to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath at a political rally, police beat them up. A spokesperson for the state government did not respond to a text message asking for a comment. The spokesperson for the federal Health Ministry also did not return a call and message asking for their response. 

“We were called corona warriors and we did everything the government asked us to,” Pandey said on the phone, recounting the horror she endured. “Now we are being beaten up for asking our dues. I demand justice, where will I get it? They are the government, they can do anything. What can we do?”

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FIFA Mobile 22: Release Date, Beta, iOS, Trailer and Everything You Need to Know

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FIFA Mobile 22 is an exciting release on the way and we have all the information you need to know around this game.

The game, also developed by EA Sports, gives players the whole FIFA experience on mobile so you can play the very popular game on the go.

EA Sports have turned FIFA into one of the best sporting games around and they have dominated the football gaming world for well over a decade.

There has been a lot of excitement over this game, and hopefully the developers meet the high expectations of the gaming community.

Here is everything you need to know about FIFA Mobile 22:

Release Date

There is currently no official confirmation around the release date for FIFA Mobile 22, but many are expecting it to go live in January 2021, possibly Saturday 1st January 2022.

Once we get official confirmation, we will update this page.

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Beta

The beta for FIFA Mobile 22 is currently live for those who live in India, Romania and Canada. There is a lot that players can do in this beta, and the gaming community are enjoying what it has to offer.

The features in the beta are:

  • Daily Quests
  • Simplified Star Pass
  • Login Bonus Rewards
  • New Storefront and Store Packs
  • Base Players, Base Icon Players, and Event Players
  • Transfer Market
  • Audio Commentary & Stadium SFX
  • Upgraded Visuals with new Graphic Settings
  • Mini-Events with Skill Games and Matches
  • VS Attack and Head to Head
  • New Menus and UI
  • New Player Training System
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iOS

For those wondering, FIFA Mobile will be available to download for free on iOS and Android mobile devices and you can download it on the Apple App Store and Google Play.

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Trailer

The trailer for FIFA Mobile 22 has been released and has been posted on YouTube.

In the trailer, you can see gameplay, and for a mobile device, the graphics look very good. You can also see what the Ultimate Team cards will look like.

You can also see how some of the menus look and the general overall game looks like a massive improvement on its predecessor.

Be sure to keep an eye on this page as we will be providing you with all the latest updates as soon as they are revealed.


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Ex-chief of staff says Trump won’t run because he can’t be seen as ‘loser’

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Donald TrumpDonald TrumpOmar, Muslim Democrats decry Islamophobia amid death threats On The Money — Powell pivots as inflation rises Trump cheers CNN’s Cuomo suspension MORE’s longest-serving White House chief of staff isn’t so sure that the former president will mount a comeback campaign in 2024, even as he continues to tease another run for the White House. 

“Trump won’t run,” John KellyJohn Francis KellyMORE, a former Homeland Security secretary who served as Trump’s chief of staff for a year and a half, told The Atlantic. “He’ll continue talking about it; he may even declare, but he will not run. And the reason is he simply cannot be seen as a loser.”

Kelly has remained relatively quiet since leaving his post at the White House in 2019, though he has spoken critically of Trump in the wake of the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. 

Yet his remarks to The Atlantic underscore the ongoing debate among Republicans about what Trump’s political future holds. 

While the former president has made sporadic public appearances and hinted that another presidential run is on the table, some party officials and operatives are skeptical that he’ll actually pull the trigger on a 2024 White House bid.

Despite losing the 2020 election to President BidenJoe BidenCDC working to tighten testing requirement for international travelers On The Money — Powell pivots as inflation rises Overnight Energy & Environment — Presented by ExxonMobil — Manchin seeks ‘adjustments’ to spending plan MORE by roughly 7 million votes, Trump has continued to claim without evidence that he was robbed of victory by widespread voter fraud and systemic irregularities. 

State audits of the election results have repeatedly debunked his assertions.

Still, Trump relishes the political limelight and has eagerly injected himself into discussions of the 2024 presidential election. 

Other would-be GOP presidential contenders, like former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki HaleyNikki HaleyGOP primary in NH House race draws national spotlight China’s Xi likely to invite Biden to Beijing Olympics: report Nikki Haley calls for cognitive test for older politicians MORE, have said that they will not run for the White House if Trump decides to jump into the race.

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