The UK has again come under a lockdown due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Since Independence, the agriculture sector has remained the main source of national income and occupation in India. In 1947, 72 per cent of the total working population was engaged in agricultural sector, but still a majority of India’s poor (some
In a sign of growing anxiety, Indian Railways, one of the world's biggest networks, cancelled all services except suburban and goods trains until March 31. The move will affect more than 20 million passengers a day and comes after several people tested positive for the virus after trips.
Indian stocks closed lower on Wednesday as investors locked in some recent gains amid fears of an extension of the coronavirus-led lockdown and its impact on business.
Advent of the Age of Information, attributed to the success of the IT revolution, was defined by an instant connectivity across geographical boundaries that created a new kind of economic globalisation where business would be conducted with unprecedented speed. The new ‘knowledge economy’ therefore, mandated that all relevant information needed for decision-making had to be quickly accessed and acted upon for achieving a competitive advantage.
What if I told you, however, that by waving around a magic wand for as little as five minutes a day you could experience a reduction in symptoms associated with depression, anxiety, pain and insomnia.
A new report on the wide-ranging effects of the coronavirus is worrying and warrants urgent attention. There is no doubt that the coronavirus pandemic has sent the whole world into a tailspin. It has also thrown normal life out of gear for millions of people
Juan Manuel Briones was 14 when he started working in the coal mines in this remote stretch of northern Mexico. He toiled underground for nearly two decades, only to be laid off a few years ago as Mexico began embracing renewable energy and
Last summer, millions of ordinary Americans took to the streets to protest racism, police violence and the killing of George Floyd. In the year since, many transformed their energy and anger to action. Across the country, civilians on task forces and elected officials