Those suffering from polio can only understand what it is to bear this utterly nettling or vexing burden. It only does affect the commoner but has hit some famous people as well.
The revelation by a British scientist that the coronavirus could last for ever is cause for both alarm and concern. “We are going to have to live with this virus for evermore.
Many people, given half a chance, would care two hoots for the environment. They do not care if petrol guzzling vehicles emit toxic fumes. They do not care if trees are cut down in forests by the dozen. They do not care if pastoral
“Books are a uniquely portable magic.” Author Stephen King’s words could not have more relevance. Books can change the way you think, and mould the fabric of your existence. Few events celebrate the cause of the reader and his love for books
The move to launch an artificial intelligence-powered platform in nearly 200 schools in the UAE is truly praiseworthy. Alef Education, a leading K-12 education technology company, will launch its innovative award-winning,
October 16 marks the World Food Day. However, the day’s relevance could not have been more telling, particularly as it comes, this year, amid the global coronavirus pandemic, which has cost thousands of lives.
Everyone knows what a blind or visually impaired person must be going through. With the whole world enveloped in darkness, daily chores are a big task. Even simple things such as washing the face or brushing teeth can be a major hurdle.