Los Angeles, March 26 (IANS) Singer John Legend has joked that he wants his daughter Luna to be more competitive while playing board games.
He recently joined Jimmy Fallon for an at-home version of "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon", where he gave the late night host an update on how he and wife Chrissy Teigen are doing while social distancing.
For the couple, finding ways to keep their children Luna, 3, and Miles, 22 months, has been the toughest part, reports eonline.com.
"We just are learning how hard it is to entertain them all day," he joked.
John also shared that he has been playing games with Luna.
"She's learning how to play (Hungry) Hungry Hippos and I realised that she's too nice when she plays games," he said.
"She does not want to win all the way. Like, she wants us to tie every time. I want her to be a little more competitive and I like that she's kind, but I don't want her to lose or tie and want me to feel better by winning or tying. So, we're working on that," he added.
Chennai, April 2 (IANS) In order to boost the manufacture of anti-malarial, anti-virul drugs, invasive ventilators, intensive care unit (ICU) monitors, masks and personal protective equipment (PPE), the Tamil Nadu government on Thursday announced incentives like guaranteed off take, interest subsidy and others.
The measures were announced to meet the increased demand for the above items to treat the increasing Coronavirus infected persons in the state.
According to the government, eligible units will be provided with:
- guaranteed sourcing of 50 per cent of the production by Tamil Nadu Medical Services Corporation
- 30 per cent investment subsidy subject to a maximum of Rs 20 crore spread out equally over five years
- micro/small/medium scale units involved in production of the above items will be classified as `Thrust Sector' and be offered the existing incentives;
- the units can start production and necessary permissions could be obtained later under single window clearance process
- 100 per cent exemption from stamp duty
- interest subsidy on working capital loan up to six per cent for two quarters till December 31, 2020.