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World has seen more than 5 million Covid cases already, India crosses 1 lac 

The number of Coronavirus cases in the world has crossed the 5-million mark, even as India reported more than 1,00,000 cases.  The United States, Russia, the UK, Spain, Italy and France continue to see cases rising. Death toll in America is as high as the positive cases in many countries.  But more and more nations […]

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Nursing facts everyone should know 

Every year on May 12, the world celebrates International Nurses Day to mark the contributions that nurses make to society. This year the day was much more special due to the ongoing epidemic and the positions of nursing staff all around the world as the first line of workforce in combating the virus. Let’s gather […]

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We’re family. Make it a happy one 

Family is the crux of human life. The foundation of our character is sowed by the individuals we live with. In her latest book Building A Happy Family, author Raageshwari Loomba Swarup, introduces you to your own inner child, helps you re-parent yourself, bring faith and trust back into believing ‘you are perfect the way […]

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Count the zeroes: Rs200,00,00,00,00,000 That’s the amount of money govt plans to put into economy 

The Coronavirus pandemic is an unprecedented event. We have neither witnessed such calamity before, nor have heard something like this. India, with a population of more than a 100 billion, is under immense pressure to fight off this pandemic. And if WHO is to be believed, Covid 19 would never go away. So what do […]

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Covid may never go away, says WHO 

The Coronavirus may never be eradicated fully, the World Health Organisation suggested recently even as the number of cases reached more than 4 million worldwide. The United States is still the worst-affected with more than 1.4 million positive cases and more than 80,000 deaths. Russia, Spain, Germany, Italy and the UK continue to reel under […]

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Watch these 10 animated movies to kill boredom this lockdown

Coco This fantasy film is a perfect watch during the lockdown. The story of a 12-year-old boy Miguel, who wants to sing despite the ban on music by his family, will bring you closer to your family, and will make you realise that there is light at the end of a dark tunnel. Fun, adventure, […]

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You can still celebrate Mother’s Day. Check out how 

Every year, on the second Sunday of May we celebrate Mother’s Day. Of course, the day is special as you buy this most important woman on earth gifts, or take her out for a meal. This year, however, it’s different. You are stuck at home because of the lockdown. Leave alone an expansive meal, you […]

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Countries rush to open lockdown, despite several cases 

The Coronavirus cases crossed more than 3.5 million even as many countries are reopening their economies.  The US which till now has registered more than 12 lac cases and more than 73,000 deaths is urging its states to open the lockdown.  Why so? The world has been under Covid 19 threat for more than five […]

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India has crossed 50,000 positive cases, situation grim

Amidst fear and caution, the Indian government decided to relax lockdown in a few zones of the country even as the positive cases crossed 50,000. The country is divided into three zones — Green, Orange and Red — according to the severity of the situation in these areas. For example, the more the number of […]

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Yeay! Thailand frees elephants from slavery due to Coronavirus 

While we agree that the situation is bad all over the world due to Coronavirus infections, there’s also one good news, or rather a breather, because of the pandemic. We all know that the tourism industry has come to standstill due to lockdowns and ban on travel. Thailand too has been facing the crunch like […]