We are in the middle of a pandemic and the world has come to a standstill. Some call it the result of human’s bad karmas while others call it a time when our mother earth is shut down for repair. Well, whatever it is, we all are well aware of this highly contagious China's baby.
Not necessarily you would find yourself pushing the person ahead of you in the queue for a movie ticket! The days after the lockdown could be tougher than the lockdown itself!
The deadly pandemic has spread almost all over the world and the world has come to a standstill. Every event is being cancelled/postponed as a safety measure to combat the pandemic. Recently ILO advised – "No matter where in the world or in which sector, the crisis is having a dramatic impact on the world’s workforce".
Almost every part of the world is severely facing the deadly pandemic, COVID -19 also called as CORONA VIRUS. At least 14 lakh peoples all over the world are suffering from this pandemic and over 75 thousand people have lost their lives till now.
The COVID-19 threat is one of the most serious threat of the 21st century. It has made life vulnerable in many ways. India is the second most populous country in the world after China. The health infrastructure of our country is not up to mark to deal with pandemic of this proportion.
When we talk about election strategists then the first name which comes to our mind is the name of Mr. Prashant Kishor, a person from Bihar who worked for United Nations for 8 years before becoming a famous political strategist.
Role of Nitish Kumar is not limited to affecting the lives of people living in Bihar but it also plays a very significant role in the life of people living outside Bihar.
The fruit exporters are presently hopeful that demand for Indian mangoes, grapes, bananas and pomegranates would rise. This year India expects to export more to Japan, the US and Europe. Incidentally, it may be mentioned here that even Mauritius has been opening its market for Indian mangoes, while grape exports to Europe bears hopeful signs.
Here is something everyone can relate to: You tell your mom that you are tired or you have a shoulder or back pain, and the first thing she would say is, "It's because you are always on your Phone/Computer!"
The headline will not come as a surprise to many readers. Indian Society even in the most of affable term is firmly patriarchal. Patriarchy has permeated and entrenched itself in every strata of the society. It has become so hardened that we have institutionalized it in our psyche.
Food: Waste Not, Want Not, is the demand of the day and it is a social and national responsibility of every individual, because the world’s population is expected to double by the year 2050, making food security a major challenge. Food production will have to be doubled or preferably tripled by the year 2050 to meet the needs. The enormity of the challenge is significantly increased by the fact that the additional food will have to be produced on existing or even shrinking agricultural land due to socio economic pressure. Hence it is the high time to start practicing not to waste food.
On June 14th, World Blood Donor Day is celebrated worldwide! Thousands of donors will give their valuable blood, but unfortunately, it’s not nearly enough! The World Health Organization (WHO) identifies Bihar as a state that collects a very low amount of blood annually with only 20% of the estimated requirements being donated!
Fellowship is a system to support the young scientists and scholars from different disciplines in higher education. It helps poor and meritorious students to attain higher education without any financial barriers.