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  • What’s your secret superpower?

    More people helping with chores has let homemakers revive dormant talents.

    Apr 25, 2020 08:31

  • Lockdown brings back 90s ki #GarmiKiChutti, and how!

    From famous TV shows such as Ramayan and Mahabharat, to childhood games, the 90s are here to experience in 2020, amid the Covid-19 lockdown.

    Apr 25, 2020 02:40

  • Romancing Delhi: The city that can never be monotonous

    A lawyer shares his relationship with the Capital, from the time he read about it in Ghalib’s poetry, to the time he discovered it in his own verses, and got mesmerised by its glory, pace and energy.

    Apr 25, 2020 06:59

  • Nature is calling, listen intently!

    Endless video calls and binge-watching on Netflix has taken a toll on our health. Observing nature’s beauty might just be the balm your eyes need during the lockdown.

    Apr 24, 2020 22:14

  • Virtual rescue

    Here’s how a virtual music festival is helping artistes reach out to their fans

    Apr 24, 2020 19:26

  • Book hoarder’s paradise: Why do we stock up on books only to read them at leisure?

    As we are still getting used to the new normal of staying at home and practice social distancing safely amidst the coronavirus pandemic, most of us haven’t seen a brick and mortar bookstore or a library in the recent past, it makes me wonder if book hoarding really is the proof of being a book-lover.

    Apr 24, 2020 17:11

  • Jammu and Kashmir religious leaders urge people to pray at home in Ramazan

    In the wake of coronavirus pandemic, the holy month of Ramzan will be different in Kashmir as there won’t be any big congregations or religious gatherings. Many religious leaders and organisations have appealed the people to say prayers in their homes and not to go to mosques and shrines.

    Apr 24, 2020 16:51

  • Ramazan 2020: Pakistan’s Sindh province bans prayer at mosques

    Pakistan’s Sindh province banned communal prayers on the eve of the holy month of Ramadan on Friday, heeding the advice of doctors who are urging Pakistan’s central government to tighten its restrictions on mosque congregations.

    Apr 24, 2020 16:06

  • Tea, beer, garlic: Here’s how world copes with coronavirus lockdown

    In the US it was toilet paper, in Mexico it’s beer and in France, predictably, flour. The goods missing from stores reveal how the world is coping with coronavirus lockdowns. The winner for most bizarre shortage of 2020 is Afghanistan, where a rumour about a mustachioed newborn advising the purchase of black tea sent people flocking to the shops.

    Apr 24, 2020 15:58

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