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 |  Good News Diary  |  2-minute read
Economic impact of coronavirus, Pm speech, Lockdown extended, Lockdowninindia

Health over economic emergency: India's choice

In the fight between lives and livelihoods, the Indian government has adopted the approach of saving lives and tackling with the Covid-19 health emergency.

VARIETY

 |  Kerala Diary  |  2-minute read
Alcohol prohibition, Kerala, Covid-19, Lockdowninindia

Covid-19 has done for Kerala what no spiritual guru could

Kerala has the highest per capita annual alcohol consumption in India with over 8 litres per person and 37 per cent of the total population consumes alcohol.

VOICES

 |  5-minute read
Migrant labourers, Covid-19, Coronavirus, Lockdowninindia

CORONICLES: I went distributing food in Lucknow. Supplies ran out, but the hungry remained

From lockdown, my city Lucknow has moved to sealing and is struggling for essentials.

VARIETY

 |  5-minute read
Cancer, Covid-19, Coronavirus, Lockdowninindia

CORONICLES: How I am coping with my mother’s cancer treatment in a small town

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.

VARIETY

 |  5-minute read
Covid-19, Lockdown, Coronavirus, Lockdowninindia

Covid 19: India at the crossroads

Even if the lockdown is to be extended, a window, planned, phased, and supervised, may be accorded for the resumption of some economic activities.

VARIETY

 |  5-minute read
Economic crisis, India today magazine, Coronavirus in india, Covid-19

How to Prevent a Breakdown: What India must do

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.

VARIETY

 |  5-minute read
Kashmir, Social distancing, Lockdown, Lockdowninindia

CORONICLES: Kashmir has seen many lockdowns, but this one beats them all

Kashmiris are used to socialising at the mosques, around street corners and at common compounds.