I’m still waiting for my eureka moment of perspective, where not going out makes me go within and I no longer feel the need to bang books on my head.
China could have downplayed its number of confirmed cases 'by a factor of 15 to 40 times'.
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The lockdown is bringing out the best in everybody - from KJo's singing skills to the who rode 1400 kms on her Scooty to get her son back home.
Your mind is more imaginative than you think it is.
This outpouring of defence for Tablighi Jamaat is the result of the half-wit vile attack on the Muslim community by the bunch of those who get triggered by anything Muslim.
In non-Covid-19-related news, we tell you why The Humma Song left AR Rahman unhappy initially, to how Ravindra Jadeja reacted when he was called 'rockstar'.
The expectations are so low from Washington that even America's closest allies are not coordinating their responses with it.
Involve your family in your fitness regimen.
IAS officers, blamed for everything wrong with the bureaucracy, are working round-the-clock doing whatever it takes to stop the spread.
Jwala Gutta revealed in an interview that she was called 'half-Corona' on social media because her mother is Chinese.
Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee chief Gobind Singh Longowal says the protestors had insulted the departed soul.
The thought of taking my mother to a hospital in her condition gives me sleepless nights. Not doing so exposes her to risks that I would rather not imagine.
We now spend our time listening to tales narrated by our grandparents and how all this gives them a sense of deja vù.
Covidiots today are those who harass their neighbours for doing their job as doctors.
The poultry industry is estimated to be losing Rs 1,500 crore-Rs 2,000 crore per day.
The story lies in its people. In how they help a big-city fish survive in their dry village.
Even if the lockdown is to be extended, a window, planned, phased, and supervised, may be accorded for the resumption of some economic activities.
Two critical defence ministry stakeholders, DRDO and OFB, have joined the war against Covid-19.
We are oblivious to the turmoil in Bhumika like she is unmindful of the seductress she houses in her body.
Karuna represents one of the nine rasas - moods or sentiments - but in this age of corona it is dance karo-na.
Chinese ambassadors abroad have abandoned diplomatic decency by abusing and threatening those who dare associate the virus with China by name.
The law invoked to deal with coronavirus, the Epidemic Diseases Act, 1897, has a dark and tainted history.
BJP leader Manju Tiwari, along with all the cracker-enthusiasts from Sunday night, are covidiots.
Sometimes the best solution for those in agony is to take a pause.
India Today Editor-in-Chief talks about the need to avert the very real danger of a complete nationwide breakdown with the lockdown in place, in the April 13, 2020 edition of the India Today Magazine.
If supply-chains of essential goods and services remain broken, more deaths are likely of those who fail to get these basic entitlements as part of their fundamental rights.
While it is too early to say but the indicators are that the southern region of the equator is relatively better-placed.
Covid-19 is telling us that the world is exhausted, it has had enough, that there is little left for us to destroy.
The healthy population is suffering from mental health issues arising from the lack of beer to the lack of sport.
Imran Khan walks all the way with the Covidiot crown.
After months of despair, Italy perhaps is edging closer to the contagion peak.
Ten days into the 21-day nationwide lockdown, there is a cause though for optimism as the number of Covid-19 deaths remains low in India.
Our government has definitely won the support of its young people on the emotional front. But is the government on the right track to reassure its citizens of a strong plan of action in the coming weeks?
Put the lipstick on and purse your lips.
The Japanese wear masks on their faces to save others. Here’s what you should do.
The effort of most academics in the current situation is to see how best they can deliver learning material in a way that resembles what they have been doing for years in classrooms.
Honour the animated teenage souls, their behaviours and characteristics during this quarantine period.
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Hajj has been cancelled or the number of attendees curtailed at least 40 times in the past.
Is the virus so virulent and dangerous that it called for such an aggressive all-encompassing response?
If the courts have sought compassion, governments shouldn’t cross those limits.
The world is currently relying on doctors like never before; tipplers more so.
With the Covid-19 pandemic likely to affect global developmental objectives at a broader scale. the impacts will be observed prominently in the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Kashmiris are used to socialising at the mosques, around street corners and at common compounds.
What the media and public are irked about is that Germany was not so well prepared for a pandemic as it could be, despite being warned of an impending pandemic way back in 2013.
Thousands gathered in a masjid, throwing calls for social distancing to the air.
At Rs 1.7 lakh crore, 1.15 per cent of GDP, for 80 crore poor workers, the expenditure under the PM Garib Kalyan Yojana is inadequate to mitigate the disaster.
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Alexander Lukashenko is talking stupidity one peg at a time.
As a boy, sitting in my room overlooking the Dal through Kashmir’s many lockdowns, I rolled with laughter at the wit of Rene Goscinny and the artistic genius of Alberto Uderzo.
From leprosy, yellow fever, HIV-AIDS to Covid-19, diseases have always brought out the worst in mankind: the stigmatising.
As the lockdown to contain Covid-19 exacerbates the economic slowdown by reducing the labour supply as well as the consumption of goods and services, the government has to address it by adopting timely relief measures.