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Day May 3, 2020

Fast bowler Mohammed Shami -‘I thought of dying by suicide thrice’

India Quick Opens Up On The Tough Period Of His Life New Delhi: Fast bowler Mohammed Shami revealed he had contemplated suicide thrice in the time that he was recovering from an injury he had sustained during the 2015 World Cup. In… Continue Reading →

Covid 19- Dr Kafeel Khan And The Story Of Another Epidemic

The expertise the imprisoned doctor offered to the fight against COVID-19 comes from a self-driven struggle with encephalitis, which kills thousands every year Mrudula Bhavani May 2020  The Supreme Court directed on March 23 that all prisoners, under trial or… Continue Reading →

Why should Migrants Pay to go Home when Govt Paid to Evacuate Indians Stranded Abroad

But Migrant Workers Have to Bear Own Train Fare to Return Home Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan had earlier told the Parliament that Air India raised a bill of around Rs 5.98 crore for operating two special… Continue Reading →

Covid 19- Migrant flows will change, they will take time to come back to the city

The unprecedented migrant distress witnessed in India in the weeks following the lockdown showed the neglect of a massive, critical presence in the country’s urban workforce. S Irudaya Rajan, professor at the Centre For Development Studies, has been studying internal… Continue Reading →

Disability Activists demand Withdrawal of Discriminatory AIMMS Rishikesh Order

The National Platform for the Rights of the Disabled (NPRD) and the Doctors with Disabilities: Agents for Change have jointly addressed identical letters to the Union Minister for Social Justice & Empowerment and the Union Minister for Health & Family… Continue Reading →

Lockdown 3.0- About 64% of migrants have less than ₹100 left, says report

‘99% Of Those Self-Employed Had No Earnings During Lockdown’ Mumbai: Even as the lockdown has been extended and migrants made to foot the bill for their travel home, a report by volunteer group Stranded Workers Action Network (SWAN) reveals that… Continue Reading →

Mumbai- BMC tells pvt hospitals to keep 20% beds for poor

—Vijay V Singh & Malathy Iyer Mumbai: The civic administration has told city private hospitals with Covid wards to reserve 20% of their ICU and a similar number of Covidpositive beds for BMC to refer poor patients from civic-run hospitals…. Continue Reading →

Lockdown 3.0-Maharashtra govt guidelines make no mention of house help

Prafulla Marpakwar & Sujit Mahamulkar TNN Mumbai: Maharashtra has decided to tighten restrictions in Mumbai and Pune. Norms laid down by the Centre on Friday set the framework for states while allowing them to increase restrictions, though no restrictions could… Continue Reading →

“Don’t make new socks for me”: 75 years after the end of World War II

News and opinion from the international medical movement to abolish nuclear weapons and to prevent war By Dr. Lars Pohlmeier View of destroyed buildings on a city street in Germany at the end of World War II; United States Holocaust… Continue Reading →

Naseeruddin Shah: ‘Irrfan’s legacy is like a constellation of stars for every actor to take inspiration from

Written by Naseeruddin Shah | Updated: May 3, 2020 9:55:52 am  “Irrfan Khan did a great deal with his life.” It is difficult to put it into words what Irrfan’s loss means to me. I was not very close to him or his… Continue Reading →

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