Sarah Taryam, Arts EditorWho can believe it has been almost a year since this pandemic started? We are trying our best to look on the bright side and this week we are looking at the five habits that we have developed during the pandemic that we should keep for life.
Police officers played a key role in enforcing a lockdown in the country of 168 million people before it was lifted at the end of May. But the virus has also infected more than 6,000 officers throughout Bangladesh, with 19 dying of COVID-19.
As the International Yoga Day approaches on June 21, there are several apps and online platforms to help yoga enthusiasts boost their health in the absence of a trained guide.
Mental illness in city dwellers which has emerged as a major problem can be treated to an extent through yoga, say experts.
Water is a staple part of everyone’s lives, without which a lot of people’s lives could be in jeopardy. But the floods in Europe and China have shown the damaging impact of global warming. Perhaps nowhere is this more pronounced than in Germany whose network of rivers
In the context of the pandemic affecting the world, India being amongst the worst impacted countries, the fundamentals of State-Citizen relationship in a democratic dispensation have come under the focus in terms of defining where the nation’s energies and resources
Lots of people hate Jeff Bezos because, you know, he is the richest man in the world, but I love the guy because, to begin with, I am a bibliophile and he started this incredible online bookstore where you could buy just about any work you wanted pretty darned cheap.
As scientists gather online to finalise a long-awaited update on global climate research, recent extreme weather events across the globe highlight the need for more research on how it will play out, especially locally. The list of extremes in just the last few weeks has been startling: