The coronavirus pandemic has shown us how completely life can be disrupted due to a single virus. How borders are porous and public health is a global responsibility.
Rape, molestation, sexual assaults, gender discrimination and cyberbullying are frequently used terms in our ‘progressive India’ and why not; after all our country has recorded 88 rape cases every day in 2019.
Serum Institute of India that has partnered to produce the vaccine says it will be available by March 2021 in the market. Meanwhile Bharat Biotech has partnered with Washington University to develop an intranasal vaccine for COVID-19.
Dreadful figures and reports show that the tourism industry has fallen off a cliff. From small homestay owners to big travel conglomerate, everyone is sailing into a tornado and hoping for a survival.
Multigenerational living, where two or more generations of the family, live together with fully or partially shared spaces, is on the rise.
Despite knowing the student’s difficulties, the Supreme court dismissed the plea of postponing exams. From an academic point of view, the SC has rightly stated that the career of students “cannot be put in peril for long” but what about their lives.
These Bills passed amidst massive objections from opposition parties have resulted in farmers, particularly from Punjab and Haryana, launching protests which since then have spread far and wide.
Chakraborty was seen in a black tee with a quote that read, “Roses are red, violets are blue, let’s smash the patriarchy, me and you.”
ASHAs in villages have been instrumental in bringing health to the doorsteps of many who have little or no access to health otherwise, especially women and children.
COVID-19 pandemic has overwhelmed the health systems around the world. Doctors, nurses, and health workers are pulling long shifts and working themselves to exhaustion often at the cost of their own health. Many have succumbed to COVID-19 while trying to save lives. In most parts of the world, health workers[Read More…]
Rural economic revival would not have been possible without some key factors that contributed to this.
Horror has been a consistently popular genre. Late night dorm parties, holidays and sleepovers and even midnight solo binge watching have chosen horror over other genres. So what really draws us to horror?
Many without support system at home, or caring for children or elderly have found this transition harder in the absence of school or professional care.
In many countries, they appointed top epidemiologist/virologist or a senior doctor as a one man authority to deal the Covid19 situation in a scientific way.
Experts have opined that India’s testing capacity must grow by a factor of ten and India’s testing capacity is still drastically insufficient for the needs of the population.
The year 2020 started with a variety of distressing news. Australian bushfire, melting of New Zealand glaciers, Taal volcano eruption, Dubai and Indonesia floods, cyclones, COVID-19, Vizag Gas Leak, Locust attack, etc.
Traditionally conceived to represent urbans and sub urbans interests, Resident Welfare Associations have metamorphosed into narrow-minded and bigoted groups of petty tyrants
SG Mehta used Carter’s death to make a point about the Indian journalists who have been highlighting how a health crisis has spiraled into a humanitarian crisis
US President Donald Trump accused the World Health Organization (WHO) of going soft on China over the COVID-19 pandemic and suspended U.S. payments to the agency.