India Today Editor-in-Chief writes about the potential new surge in Covid cases as India opens up and the threat of mutant strains, in the March 1, 2021 edition of the India Today Magazine.
| BREAKING NEWS INTO PIECES | 5-minute read
Our communities have not gone through the drill of fighting SARS viruses and the utter lack of community health centres has made community spread impossible. To acknowledge, that is.
Several small accidents at the Neyveli plant had been indicating the coming of a big one.
Each day hundreds of people all across India are ostracised by their neighbours, relatives and acquaintances, even if they are suspected of harbouring the dreaded coronavirus.
| RIGHT Foot Forward | 7-minute read
Rural India needs to be protected from the community spread of Covid-19 as our villages are the primary engine of the economy in these trying times.
India Today Editor-in-Chief talks about the stories of hope and survival of those who survived Covid-19, in the June 22, 2020 edition of the India Today Magazine.
Even government supporters must acknowledge that enough could not be done to address the tribulations of our migrant workers.
Week after week, there were posts where picture-perfect meals were served in the most ideal setting and their kid’s flawless art prominently placed in the centre of the table that made me want to barf.
It should be clear that for a variety of reasons, India has been not as badly affected by Covid-19 as most other nations.
The next big thing that countries will have to offer will be the true stories of real aspects of life, aspects that form the very fabric of society and culture.