Ankita Lokhande today broke her silence on the death of her ex-boyfriend Sushant Singh Rajput. To the Mohammed Rafi you did not know.
After Covid-19, it is now the fresh outbreak of bubonic plague in China that has the world worrying.
Doctors, who we glorify as "incarnations of God" and bang thaalis for, are now being assaulted, spat at and even denied a decent burial.
From leprosy, yellow fever, HIV-AIDS to Covid-19, diseases have always brought out the worst in mankind: the stigmatising.
Contagion has been going viral (pun unintended) on the internet, and with time on one’s hands like never before and a pandemic declared, we can see why it might be so alluring.
With the joy of meeting people at work and interactions at the office coffee machines gone, work from home is proving more daunting than I thought.
Avoid travelling to the coronavirus-affected countries, if possible. If travelling is inevitable, remember to follow the government guidelines and follow the best hygiene practices.
With 31 cases testing positive for Covid-19 in India and a new case coming up almost every day in the past week, the infection is spreading faster than you think.
COVID-19 is transversing borders at breakneck speed and two more cases have been confirmed in India. How are governments around the world responding to the virus?
If you haven't been to China recently, you should not be worried about Wuhan flu.