Two young girls in the National Capital lost their parents, while undergoing Covid treatment in a hospital, in a gap of two days.
With the second wave hitting the country more severely, the stories of stigma and trauma are back. Be it the elderly or the young, people are willingly abandoning their infected close ones.
Covid time has proved it otherwise. Help and care coming from strangers, unknown and unseen to those suffering from the disease and loneliness.
Accountability is something which the nation cannot expect from any of the ministers who think or believe that they are answerable only to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
A virus that created critical crisis in the ever interacting human society, Covid 19 pushed people to self-distancing and safeguarding individual existence even in the intimate circle of family.
At the current rate, it will take at least one year to vaccinate 100 crore eligible population
Most feel that Modi has put India on her knees with his monumental follies…moving even China and Pakistan to help her
Instil virtues of Humility and Gratitude to tide over the pandemic panic
Would rather die in jail than be shifted to hospital says Stan Swamy to HC
That a 10-year-old child in Uttar Pradesh’s Lakhimpur Kheri, according to media reports, had to recently quit school as he was forced by his father
There is a need for rejuvenating women’s movement in India for breaking the concrete wall of patriarchy as a means for politically empowering women
Everything is fair in love, war, politics and profession, is the latest modified and applicable phrase in the Indian context.
An attempt by the Modi Government to improve the ranking of India in the World Press Freedom Index has boomeranged
Cyclone Tauktae was the worst ever storm to have made landfall along the Gujarat coast after 1998 when catastrophic tropical cyclone killed at least 10,000 people.
The onslaught of the second wave of COVID-19 and its impact have led to disease, devastation and death.
At the time of Partition in 1947, the 12 year old boy accompanied his Muslim parents from Peshawar in Pakistan to India.
Filled with horror I read about the twenty-seven ONGC employees who died and fifty-three missing, when their barge sank during Cyclone Tauktae’s tryst with the west coast of India.