Charity doesn’t rely on wealth. It relies on attitude. And heavily so. One can be rich, but poor at heart when it comes to helping the poor. That is why one was really happy to read about a Filipina’s effort to help those felled by the ever-growing, unsparing and
An oft repeated adage ‘change is the only constant’ is perhaps axiomatic and true in most cases. Yet what we will see in the course of the next few months and even years is a ferocity of change humanity has never witnessed. Our history is replete with stories of pandemics and the havoc they wrought across geographies ever so often. While so far three million people have been infected by the deadly COVID-19 virus and over 2,00,000 have died, it is not by any means anywhere near as deadly as some earlier epidemics and diseases.
A Wisconsin family rescued a swimming bear after they found it was struggling with a plastic jar stuck on its head in the middle of the Marshmiller Lake near Bloomer.
Last night was a dreadful night. I wanted to reach my destination, but I couldn’t. I couldn’t move because the roads were jammed by a ruthless and an invisible traffic in the shape of a virus, visible only to the victim.
In a recent interview, Joginder Singh Salaria, Founder, PCT Humanity, told Gulf Today that they are working for the betterment of less privileged members of the community to solve their daily needs.
Yaqoob with his sister Afsheen again visited India on November 16 last year. Dr Krishnan met her and offered his services to do Afsheen's surgery completely free of charge.
According to mental health experts more than three quarters of students entering universities and colleges are mentally ill or develop mental health issues whilst they are in college. I went to university in the mid-80s in the UK and I can vouch for the fact that none of my fellow students, including myself, had any mental health issues
As we are approaching another new year in a few weeks’ time there are a lot of us who have and are going through a plethora of concerns. When one problem is resolved another one creeps in. I was in a state of a quest asking myself as to why do we live with problems and what can be done
Warning of a "five-alarm global fire" threatening humanity, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres made a philosophical call for the restoration of humanism at a time of the emergence of "the twilight of shared values."
Give till it hurts, Mother Teresa once said. The UAE keeps on giving, but it doesn’t hurt. Where help and succour for the distressed and needy are concerned, the nation has hit the gold standard. It is one of the world’s top donors to the International