Many small private hospitals still fighting to stay afloat

Small private hospitals are still struggling to pick up pace as non-Covid patients have Covid-19 related hesitancies, say owners of private hospitals.     BENGALURU- Dr. A.H. Lokesh had to make a difficult decision to save his hospital amidst a pandemic. “I had to sell my house to keep the hospital afloat because I cannot lose my […]

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Furniture Stores Struggle to Compete with Online WFH culture

In-store furniture shop owners say they have been struggling to get back on their feet post-lockdown. DELHI- Furniture sales have declined due to the work-from-home (WFH) culture caused by the pandemic, say store owners.  Tarun Juyal, whose family has a 55-year-old furniture retail business in Delhi, said, “Overall, the sales have declined by 40 – […]

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A 24X7 Healthcare Centre Needed: IGNOU Residents

Lack of a round-the-clock health centre or a pharmacy makes healthcare relatively inaccessible for IGNOU campus residents in the pandemic.  Delhi– The residents of Indira Gandhi Open University (IGNOU) need more accessible healthcare facilities close to home, as the capital deals with rising cases of Covid-19.  A resident in IGNOU, Ghazala Parveen, said, “The healthcare […]

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PE teachers in Delhi Govt. schools tackle online teaching

Connecting with students is proving to be difficult as teachers struggle with network issues and lack of access. Delhi: Attendance in online Physical Education classes in Delhi Government Schools has started to improve in September as restrictions on movement across States were lifted. Students who had gone to their villages after the lockdown have started […]

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