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The protectors of Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) are under development

Coronavirus vaccine

In the second week of December of 2019, a novel coronavirus case was identified in a small local fish and animal market in Wuhan city, Hubei province in China. Until then, the word “Corona” was only heard when people use to order a refreshing beer after hectic work. As the disease has infected a humungous population, the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared the …

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Online Classes : Still a privilege for many in India

Online Classes

The world came to halt with the outbreak of Covid-19. Work from home became the new work environment. The unprecedented lockdown shut various schools and universities that lead to the new era of online classes. The conundrum that comes with this new era is that not all schools and universities can provide online classes, as only those educational institutions whose infrastructure is built on …

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How COVID-19 is Impacting Day To Day Life : World at Halt

COVID-19

“Once the storm is over, you won’t remember how you made it through, how you managed to survive. You won’t even be sure whether the storm is over. But one thing is certain. When you come out of the storm, you won’t be the same person who walked in.” —Haruki Murakami, Kafka on the Shore The biggest COVID-19 nationwide lockdown in India has been …

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Decoding Big labour reforms in U.P, M.P to attract foreign investments

Labour Reforms in U.P and M.P

India moves big labour law changes to limit coronavirus impact and accelerate the much needed growth engine. The move comes just days after the UP CM held a video conference with US firms to persuade them to shift from China. The Centre on Friday came out strongly in favour of structural labour reforms to spur economic growth, saying it supports …

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Life in the era of COVID-19

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on COVID-19

It has been a topsy-turvy start to the third decade of this century. COVID-19 has brought with it many disruptions. Coronavirus has significantly changed the contours of professional life. These days, home is the new office. The Internet is the new meeting room. For the time being, office breaks with colleagues are history. I have also been adapting to these …

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Jenna Dewan Listened Sanskrit Prayer During Second Childbirth

Jenna Dewan

Actress Jenna Dewan, who recently welcomed her son Callum, had a smooth birthing experience. In an interview to People magazine, the Step Up star opened up about her experience delivering her second baby and how Sanskrit music helped her a lot to maintain calmness during that time. “I’d heard this from a lot of people, that there’s something that happens …

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PM Lee Hsien Loong on the coronavirus situation in Singapore

Singapore PM on coronavirus

SINGAPORE – Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong spoke about the coronavirus situation in Singapore on Saturday (Feb 8). Here is his statement in full. We have faced the new coronavirus (nCoV) situation for about two weeks now. The Ministerial Task Force, advised by DPM Heng Swee Keat, has been leading the Government’s response to coronavirus outbreak. They have been dealing with new …

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United States and South Asia : Analysis by Dr. Richard Benkin

United States and South Asia

With the United States of America (US or USA) taking a more isolationist tone and actions under President Donald Trump, it is not surprising that some South Asians are looking to other powers for support; not surprising but not wise either. People have been counting out the US since its birth when many Europeans thought the ragtag American revolutionaries would fall apart before …

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The Citizenship Amendment Act: Correcting historic blunder

Citizenship Amendment Act

To understand the violent protests against The Citizenship Amendment Act we need to go back in history. It has been over 70 years since India was partitioned on religious lines because Muslim League believed that muslims can not co-exist with Hindus. The frightful vivisection of India in 1947 paved way for emergence of two nations: A secular India committed towards …

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Stop Fake Org : Debunking fakes of Russian Propaganda

Stop Fake Ukraine

In an Exclusive Interview with The Charticle, Viktoriia Romaniuk, Deputy Director at Mohyla School of Journalism and Deputy Editor at StopFake.org discussed about the organisation’s fight against fake Russian propaganda, future of Ukraine, conflict with Russia, media ethics and a lot more. We will like to know the idea behind Stop Fake. What motivated your team to start this venture? And …

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