My family consists of me, my daughter Danica, my three dogs and three cats, and all of us are under complete lockdown at our residence. I cherish the time I have got to spend at home, it has enabled me to cook my favourite recipes, spend time talking to my friends and pamper my pets. It has also given my time to play board games with my daughter and home school her.
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Garib Kalyan Plan: No Migrants Completed Training
NOT a single migrant worker has completed skill training under the ‘Garib Kalyan Rojgar Abhiyan’, a government’s employment-cum-rural public works initiative to tackle the impact of Covid-19 on labourers in India, according to a Parliamentary Standing Committee report.
Matsuyama Seizes Lead With Bogey-Free 65
Hideki Matsuyama unleashed an incredible back-nine shotmaking display to seize a fourstroke lead after Saturday’s third round of the Masters, putting the Japanese star on the brink of a historic triumph at Augusta National.
Q4 Results, Covid-19 Case Count To Drive Markets
India's response to the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic and the release of Q4 company results, especially of India’s IT behemoths, are likely to shape the trend of the country’s equity market this week.
Fire Services Get Over 2,500 Calls In ‘Warmest March In 11 Years'
NEW DELHI: The fire department responded to 2,573 calls in Delhi in March as compared to over 1,600 in last year, officials said on Sunday. According to the India Meteorological Department, Delhi recorded a mean maximum temperature of 33.1 degrees Celsius last month, making it the warmest March in the past 11 years.
Daily Cases At New High Of 10.7k, CM Warns People Not To Force Lockdown
As Delhi recorded its highest ever tally of 10,774 Covid-19 cases on sunday, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal cautioned the people against stepping out of home unless it’s urgent.
Worrying surge as positivity rate breaches 10% first time this year
39 fatalities recorded in 24 hours; fresh cases come down as capital conducts fewer tests
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Kremlin says it fears full-scale fighting in Ukraine
MOSCOW THE Kremlin said on Friday it fears a resumption of full-scale fighting in eastern Ukraine and could take steps to protect Russian civilians there, a stark warning that comes amid a Russian troop build-up along the border.
Lockdown spectre: Nightmare revisited for uprooted labourers
THE worst nightmare has come true for a host of migrant labourers from Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh.
Gun Salutes Ring Across UK To Mark Prince Philip's Death
London GUN salutes echoed around the United Kingdom on Saturday as the military paid solemn tribute to Queen Elizabeth II’s husband Prince Philip after his death aged 99.