Ana Patricia Non refills the Maginhawa Community Pantry which she set up to help people who are badly affected by COVID-19 pandemic. Credit: Twitter/INQUIRER
One positive to emerge from the health crisis is our desire to reconnect with nature. Through bushcraft, families can learn skills and engage with the outside world during lockdown. I’m an explorer and TV survivalist who, like many readers, is sitting at home trying to make
After the pandemic forced the closure of gyms last year, I was one of the many people who decided that it was the perfect opportunity to start running for my mental health. As Bella Mackie’s influential book Jog On proves, running can help to
The pandemic has wreaked havoc on humanity. It has affected all spheres of activity including economic. But despite pressing times the UAE stands tall (“UAE leads as most competitive emerging market in GCC,” Feb. 9, Gulf Today).
If there’s one thing that I’ll treasure forever when I eventually reflect on what life was like during the COVID-19 pandemic, it’ll be the women who stood beside me. By “stood”, and “beside me”, I mean virtually, of course, but despite the frustrations
Once again, Eid festivities are being held in the shadow of the coronavirus, though the essence of the occasion – spreading hope and cheerfulness – remains. However, residents should keep certain things in mind, given the unusual nature of the timing of the event.
In March 2020, still early in the pandemic, I opined that for introverts quarantine can be a liberation. I was extrapolating from personal experience and historical examples. And many other pundits had a similar hunch. But we were speculating before we
Even as India receives an outpouring of aid from several countries to tackle the numbing and devastating effects of the pandemic, collaboration on other urgent issues cannot be set aside. In early May, India and Britain agreed to work together on plans to combat