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While we moved into the 4th month of the lockdown, our society gates closed for outsiders and our home open only for ourselves, the Corona Virus had made a silent entry into our home.
Analysis of Type A, B, and C clusters. Look at this exciting trend. India is a diverse country, and yet we are one. COVID19 has also made sure our maps look somewhat like that.
Here are few photos & narrations from friends and acquaintances, of the normal times when one could go out without being bound by innumerable terms and conditions.
A very pertinent question that arises due the pandemic - Will Brick and Mortar Universities that had been thriving all this while be able to survive post covid. Lets take a look
Risk of Child marriage increases due to corona virus lockdowns. Deepening poverty caused by loss of livelihoods is likely to drive families to marry off their daughters early, thereby undoing decades of work to curb it.
Indian Labourers face the worst onslaught on multiple fronts. Not only their meagre income is lost, but now they risk contracting COVID19 or face starvation
Return to Serving Suffering Humanity - Human life is a great opportunity to develop great Capabilities, nurture a Character grounded to serving humanity, truth, nonviolence, compassion and..
Good Samaritans have always come to the fore during times of need. Once a Child Labour himself, Malleshwar Rao through his 'Don't Waste Food' team did exactly that and saved many a migrant workers and strays from starvation during lockdown in Hyderabad
This too shall pass. Covid19 not the first to hit humans. Spanish flu (1918) was one of deadliest pandemic in history. Few more that humans weathered before
It's time to act. 11 Crore Peoples lives is in danger. Imperative That Govt Steps In Immediately To Protect these 11 crore People Engaged In MSMEs across India
Strict lockdowns and rules making people wear masks in public and use sanitizers are hitting the poor hardest & exposing deep inequalities in society
COVID-19 disease, caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, was identified in December 2019 in China and declared a global pandemic by the WHO on 11...
Battling COVID19 outbreak will require political will and decisive actions from the government in terms of ramping up the healthcare infrastructure, ensuring public distribution of essentials to fulfil basic needs, and income transfers to the poor, among others. The government should not constrain such expenditures in view of maintaining the permissible limit of fiscal deficit. A higher fiscal deficit may not be inflationary now, since demand is drastically down.
While the Poor Trudged Hundreds of Kilometres On Foot To Reach Homes, DHFL Caravan Covered 180 Kms, Zipping Past Several Police Posts Amidst Lockdown
The Animal Kingdom Takes To The Streets Literally. Leopard Returns As Peacocks Dance & Bluebulls Roam The Streets Amid Corona Lockdown In India & the World
The estimated number of the world population residing on earth is expected to have crossed 750 crores. This would account to a larger number...
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