WITH beaches and major parks in the city — popular Kaanum Pongal destinations — closed down perhaps for the first time in decades, the city corporation has instructed theatre and mall owners to take crowd control measures.
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New Wall Coating Can Capture Covid Droplets
Scientists develop substance that can trap respiratory droplets rather than allow them to bounce off and circulate
Malls, Economic Hubs In K'taka Likely To Open
A panel suggests that the State could relax restrictions on some of its main economic activities under unlock 2.0
Anxiety Spikes Among Young Children
Experts ask parents to spend more time with kids & reassure them
Chennai Vaccinates Over 5K PwDs At Doorstep
THE Chennai Corporation has so far vaccinated 5,839 People with Disabilities (PwDs) at their houses. But, PwD-rights activists stress that this drive must be implemented to the letter in all the districts. They said it has been months since the State government urged all the districts to conduct door-to-door vaccinations and make special arrangements for PwDs. This was not done, they claimed.
Are You Tuning In To Be Healed?
In the current global scenario, where health scares have become an unsettling norm, the efforts to tackle its negative ripple effect too have spiked, it seems. From taking to alternative healing and therapy methods, indulging in self-care, practising mindful activities such as yoga to reconnecting with one’s consciousness, people across the world are on a path to reset their mind, heal the body, reconfigure life and restore its systems. In line with this collective effort, Loka House and Samudra Foundation and Yoga Space, will be hosting a 48-hour virtual retreat — Tune in to Heal — this weekend.
Stalin Arranges Job For Girl Who Donated Chain
Chief minister M K Stalin kept his word and arranged a job for a 23-year-old woman who donated her two-sovereign gold chain towards relief fund and sought a job to support her family.
Covid 2.0 Blues: Retail Sales In May Only 21% Of Pre-Pandemic Levels
Stringent lockdowns across states have significantly hit the country’s retail businesses, which saw sales drop 79 per cent in May as against pre-Covid levels of 2019, according to estimates by the Retailers’ association of India (RaI).
Exports Up 69% In May, Trade Deficit Widens
Steady exports growth suggests India may be well poised to benefit from recovering demand in advanced economies
Can Pathbreaking New Israeli Govt Last Longer?
Some of the measures in the agreed agenda of the new government are pioneering but controversial. The fragility of the coalition was palpable even before the Monday vote
‘Wanted To Do Cattle Research, But Herding Them Now'
Tired of legal struggles because of a technical glitch in the admission quota, U Chandran’s hopes of becoming a veterinary doctor was becoming distant with every passing day. The tribal student from the remote village of Sundaipodu in Bargur in erode district has now appealed to CM MK Stalin to help him get a seat in the Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (TANUVAS), this year at least.
‘REGRETS? WHERE DO I START?'
Reality TV veteran Paulini opens up about her chequered past
A MELODIOUS Journey of NIKITAA
Born and raised in Mumbai, singer-songwriter Nikitaa who has spent her recent years in LA mastering her art, is poised to be a breakthrough star on the independent music scene, creating a witty blend of sassy melodies, partnered with powerful lyrics that give added depth to each of her compositions. Nikitaa combines ethereal Pop/RnB with a subtle nod to the South-Asian soundscape to bring a new genre she calls Goddess Pop.