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Opinion

Apocalypse and the leadership

Tuesday, 11 May 2021

Hope floats

Tuesday, 11 May 2021

In the slow lane

Tuesday, 11 May 2021

The pandemics & the epidemics

Monday, 10 May 2021

Fair deal?

Monday, 10 May 2021
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Entertainment

Hansal Mehta says his family is 'hopefully on the road to recovery'

Tuesday, 11 May 2021

Filmmaker Hansal Mehta on Tuesday took to Twitter to inform that six people at home, including himself, who have been battling Covid-19, are hopefully on the road to recovery. The director further informed that his son was critical but he was helpless as he himself was also battling the virus. "6...

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Agenda

Gloom & Doom

Sunday, 09 May 2021

The second wave of the pandemic has hit the hospitality industry in more ways than one. It has made a mockery of all the insights,...

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Climate Change & India

Sunday, 09 May 2021

A rapidly growing and changing country like India should focus on avoiding emissions by setting key sectors on a low carbon growth path, with robust...

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The bitter pill

Sunday, 25 April 2021

Pharma: Greed, Lies, and the Poisoning of America Author - Gerald Posner Publisher - Simon & Schuster, Rs  799 What makes Pharma: Greed, Lies, and the Poisoning...

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Need to promote diversity in judiciary

Sunday, 09 May 2021

With a sanctioned strength of 34 judges, including the Chief Justice of India, presently, the Supreme Court has only one Muslim judge, one woman judge,...

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Astroturf | Saraswati & Ganapati connect

Sunday, 09 May 2021

Mother Goddess Saraswati is shown to be moving freely in a water body, with beautiful Lotus flower around. Lotus blooms in muddy waters. This is...

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Features

The emergence of edtech

Tuesday, 11 May 2021

Until some years ago, the concept of an online classroom was frowned upon and not considered with any seriousness. However, the pandemic has changed such...

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Inbrief

Tuesday, 11 May 2021

At a time when Delhi’s medical infrastructure is reeling under a menacing COVID wave, leading Delhi-based dermatologist Dr Chiranjiv Chhabra has launched a new initiative...

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Instagram working on new tools for influencers

Wednesday, 28 April 2021

Facebook-owned Instagram is working on a suite of new tools to help influencers make money off its platform, including creator shops, affiliate commerce and a...

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Sambhavna turns saviour

Sunday, 09 May 2021

SAMBHAVNA SETH, who was last seen in Gudiya Hamari Sabhi Pe Bhari, is now playing the role of a saviour, not on TV but in...

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Good Samaritans

Sunday, 09 May 2021

The number of COVID-19 cases continue to rise with May 7, 2021 clocking over 4.14 lakh cases pan India with over 3,500 deaths. Amidst this,...

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Corona faqs

Sunday, 09 May 2021

The second and the more dangerous wave of COVID-9 has raised many queries. From the use of common drugs like Favipiravir and Remidesivir, to lung...

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Manage your future

Wednesday, 05 May 2021

Technology has made sweeping changes in all aspects related to financial management. Dr Rajani Gupte lists trends that will rule the industry One functional area that...

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‘500 ICU beds in city for Covid patients’

Tuesday, 11 May 2021 | Staff Reporter

Delhi will have 500 ICU beds for critical Covid-19 patients from Tuesday, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Monday after the inspection of a Covid Care Centre at the Ramlila Ground near GTB Hospital, along with Health Minister Satyendar Jain. Taking to twitter, Kejriwal tweeted, “500 ICU beds have been constructed...

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Crematorium not allowed to Covid-hit body

Tuesday, 11 May 2021 | MAlAY RAY

A heartrending incident occurred in Kutra block ofSundargarh district on Saturday night, when a man ran from onecrematorium to another, for cremating his wife’s body but met withstiff resistance from locals as the diseased was a Covid patient. Later, the local Sarpanch came to the man’s aid and allowed her ownland...

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PSA plant at Sadar hospital

Tuesday, 11 May 2021 | PNS

The district administration is making necessary arrangements for the supply of oxygen to the District Covid Health Center (DCHC) at Sadar Hospital. Now the PSA plant ie Pressure Swing Adsorption Plant will be set at Sadar Hospital. DDC Vishal Sagar visited Sadar Hospital on Saturday and directed to set up...

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21,331 test positive, 29,709 recover

Tuesday, 11 May 2021 | PNS

| Uttar Pradesh recorded  21,331 fresh Covid cases in the last 24 hours while 29,709 patients recovered in the same period. The death toll stood at 278. There are 2,25,271 active cases in the state at present while 15,742  people have succumbed to the infection. There were 30 deaths recorded in Kanpur,...

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1.5 crore vaccine doses ordered: Singh Deo

Tuesday, 11 May 2021 | Staff Reporter

Chhattisgarh Health Minister T.S. Singh Deo on Monday told officials to step up vaccination against Covid-19 and said the government has ordered 1.5 crore doses of the vaccine. Singh Deo was addressing a meeting of health officials. He also asked officials of the Chhattisgarh Medical Services Corp (CMSC) to coordinate with the...

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Maha reports 40,956 COVID-19 cases, 793 deaths; 71,966 recover

Tuesday, 11 May 2021 | PTI | Mumbai

Maharashtra reported 40,956 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, a sharp rise from 37,236 logged a day ago, taking the tally to 51,79,929, while 793 more patients succumbed to the infection, said the state health department. On Monday, the number of daily coronavirus cases (37,236) in the state had dropped below 40,000 for the first time since March 31. A day later, the state recorded a jump of 3,720 cases to again breach the 40,000-mark. With 40,956 COVID-19...

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Exotica

April proved to be a cruel month where the loss of life and illness were rampant while health facilities, medicines and oxygen proved to be grossly inadequate. But the glimmer of hope came from ordinary people, unknown strangers, who have been extending a helping hand to ensure each life counts.
In times of such gloom, our celebrity interview, tenor Andrea Bocelli's elevating voice can uplift flagging spirits even when you cannot understand the Italian in which he sings. While travel is shut for quite some time to come, our writers had taken advantage of the window that the dip in the Corona cases had given to venture to Lo Manthang in Nepal, a place so isolated that it is yet to make its way to Google Maps. And at the other end, there is a piece on Bhangarh in Rajasthan, which has the distinction of being the most haunted place in the country. Of course, before we knew what a pandemic could do, one of our travellers had walked along the beach in Sydney to discover Bollywood landmarks, which has finally made its way to the edition.
Venturing out for an iftaar or sehri walk, a favourite pastime of all faiths that are united by the love of good food, is certainly foolhardy at present. So, our chefs give you the recipes to devour Ramzan delicacies at home.
All this and more in the May issue of Exotica.