fbpx
27 C
Chandigarh, IN
August 12, 2020
Home Blog

Ayurveda cures Covid positive photographer

Subhash Barolia in hospital
How ace photographer, associated with The Correspondent, fought a tough battle with Covid 19 with little help from Delhi Government The Correspondent Bureau Subhash Barolia, The Correspondent freelance photographer, fought a tough battle with Covid 19 and emerged victorious with the help of Ayurveda medicines, yoga and simple diet even as the...

Virtual Classes: Beyond Electronic Connection

Divya Tahira Mayadas: With the Coronavirus pandemic, educators across the world have had to reinvent themselves and their teaching styles. A question that plagues most in the current scenario is whether their jobs will be relevant in this evolving VUCA world. The ongoing pandemic has changed the way that most of us go about doing our jobs....

47 years old legal dispute finally decided, this week

Would you like to know about the longest civil suit in Indian legal history? AJAY KUMAR: For 47 years, Rampur Nawab's family fought over his inheritance. Finally, SC decided the matter this week. The feud started in 1969, when Zulfiquar Ali Khan, younger brother of Murtaza Ali Khan,...

Khalistan terrorists threaten Correspondent’s Capt M K Tayal

M K TAYAL (Editor) THE CORRESPONDENT BUREAU: The Khalistan movement activists have threatened The Correspondent Editor Capt M K Tayal to support the Khalistan movement and not to brand its supporters as terrorists or “face the consequences”. The anti-India Khalistan terrorist based in Canada warned the Indian journalist from...

Tribals perform puja, make temple, while MHA still closes religious places

M K Tayal:When India has closed temples and mosques due to fears of spreading Covid 19 virus, Yater and her husband Kardak Doji, though themselves being tribals, set up a Hindu temple in a remote village in Arunachal Pradesh so that they could pray for the world. Even as the Ministry of Home Affairs has lifted many...

Gym owners want to open up

TC Bureau Chandigarh: The Tricity Gym Owners' Association(TGOA) want the gyms to open and have written to the government as the 'near collapse' of the sector because has cost a lot. TGOA has as many as 200 gyms spread across tricity as its members and the association is the representative body of gyms operating in tricity. Sanjeev...

PARICHAY’S COVID-19 distribution drive

TC Bureau: COVID 19 pandemic has taken the world by storm touching the life of every individual. In view of this crucial fight against the deadly virus, last few weeks have been very challenging for our nation and the world. Till date, the world has no clear solution to fight this invisible enemy. As a result, lockdown...

Drape your saree well, Thank you Mr Modi

Dr. Neerja Misra, Associate Professor, B.S.N.V. (P.G.) College, Lucknow: I have always worn my saris with pride. In a research and teaching career spanning three decades, I have managed to get together a fairly decent collection of them, brought from the handloom outlets of almost every state of the country. Finally, I now have the approval...

YOUNG WARRIORS

TC Bureau: As the whole world is fighting against COVID- 19, DICCI, Windsor Shelters and Harsh Baheti with his friends and family have been working hard for the past 50 days, to provide 3 meals a day for more than 650 people per meal. Along with this the young warriors have also worked very hard to put together approximately 16,500 ration kits....

Social Distancing Physical Distancing

It's not social distancing, but should be physical distancing M K Tayal: As the Home Ministry eases lockdown conditions, it is harping on enforcing strict 'Social distancing' rules on the beleaguered populace. This term of social distancing is in fact wrong and should be replaced by 'physical distancing'. The Ministry has been ordering...

Top News