Coolies carry a different burden during the pandemic

The coolies of Vapi station struggled to make ends meet with trains shut down during the lockdown. Vapi: Coolies in Vapi station could not earn any money due to the unexpected lockdown and are now finding it difficult to survive. Akshay Radhey Shyam Yadav, a coolie at the Vapi station, expressed his concernsregarding the lockdown. […]

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Noida Cricket Tournaments begin; Players Overjoyed

Noida’s three major cricket tournaments that were postponed have started in October 2020 to the relief of players and coaches.   Noida: Noida’s three major cricket tournaments that happen in Noida Stadium, SN Dubey Memorial, Delhi NCR league and Satya Paul League have begun recently. The matches that usually happen in June-July were postponed due to […]

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Ghaziabad Covid impact: Plastic consumption surges

Since March 2020, the use of plastic goods has increased due to the onset of the pandemic. Ghaziabad, where plastic has been banned, has seen a rise in plastic waste from different sources, according to the Nagar Nigam authorities. Ghaziabad: Plastic consumption has seen an uprise since the Covid-19 outbreak in the city, particularly since […]

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WFH proves to be a real pain in the neck

The work-from-home culture is causing acute neck and back pains, leading people to seek physiotherapy in the middle of a pandemic. Kivleen Sahni | October 22, 2020 New Delhi: The work from home lifestyle has increased neck and back-related pains amongst the younger generation. Delhi’s BLK Hospital has seen a 50 per cent increase in […]

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Three more confirmed Covid-19 cases in city

Karnataka hot on the trail of its neighbouring state, Kerala, in terms of a number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 infections. The neighbouring state has 12 cases. By Labani Mahanandy Bengaluru: Three more cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed in Karnataka, taking the toll to four. All of them hail from Bengaluru. Indian Council of […]

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Aspiring doctors seek asylum in Indian medical universities

Due to the indefinite suspension of classes amid coronavirus outbreak, the parents of Indian-origin students pursuing MBBS degrees in China are seeking accommodation of their kids in Indian medical universities. By Neetu Saini Juggling her books and clothes, Apurva Issar, a fifth-year student of Tianjin Medical University in Beijing was packing when she received a […]

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