From her apartment in Mumbai, Gayatri Asokan sang her ghazal, Suna hai log… Nearly a thousand kilometres away, Lakshmi Gopalaswamy danced to that lovely melody from her home in Bengaluru. Watching them on Instagram were thousands of fans of music and dance from across the world. COVID-19 may have stopped
The coronavirus pandemic has left people locked inside their houses, making it difficult for them to maintain their fitness. While it is difficult to maintain fitness with gyms around country closed, cricketers like Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma have all been posting workout videos on their social media platforms. Veteran off-spinner Harbhajan
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court Tuesday sought replies from Uttar Pradesh, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Manipur on a plea by JNU student and anti-CAA activist Sharjeel Imam seeking clubbing of multiple FIRs levelling sedition charges against him for allegedly making inflammatory speeches. The top court gave another opportunity to the
MANILA: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said he will not allow students to go back to school until a coronavirus vaccine is available, even as some countries resume in-person classes. Children were due to return to school at the end of August after classes for more than 25 million primary and
Stocks rallied this morning on positive global cues but have since lost some ground. Hopes of a potential vaccine to tackle the coronavirus pandemic and the gradual easing of lockdown restrictions have enthused investors. Join us as we follow the top business news through the day. 3:00 PM Rupee settles
Over the past two months, our children have missed their playtime, studies have gone online, sleep cycles topsy-turvy — a combination ophthalmologists say increases the odds of myopia (near-sightedness). COVID-19 has compelled us to ‘embrace’ technology like never before, whether for work or socialising, to keep us from feeling isolated.