Going by the official figures, Bengaluru seems to have been the worst-hit city during the current wave. It has recorded the highest peak and may probably end up logging the highest number of cumulative cases. The city has reported 3 lakh cases since December 16, only behind Delhi’s total of nearly 3.4 lakh, with the gap narrowing with each day.
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Amid Weather Woes, India's Wheat Production To Fall 3%
The agriculture ministry on Thursday said that wheat output will shrink nearly 3% to 106 million tonnes this year - the first decline since 2014-15 and blamed the unsual hot weather for the fall in production.
Virat Comes Good, RCB Stay Alive
Kohli's 73, Maxwell's Allround Show Guide Team To 8-Wkt Win
Benito Juarez skywalk may finally open this mth
Over Two Lakh Commuters To Benefit From Project Daily
Kangana-starrer action spy thriller Dhaakad hits the screens today
Soham Rockstar Entertainment's Dhaakad is a spy action-thriller headlined by a female lead.
Set up 25 spl courts to resolve 33L cheque-bounce cases: SC
As more than 33 lakh cheque bounce cases are pending in different courts and blocking judicial dockets, the Supreme Court on Thursday decided to experiment with the idea of setting up of special courts headed by retired judicial officers exclusively to deal with such cases.
'Happiest phase of my life'
Kohli Says It's Also A 'Phase Of Evolution' For Him
Everybody Loves A Good Convict
Politics after Perarivalan’s freedom will see a more aggressive Tamil Nadu govt take on Centre on many issues
Mathura court allows lawsuit seeking Shahi Idgah 'removal'
A district court in Mathura ruled on Thursday that a suit filed for the “removal” of the Shahi Idgah mosque was “maintainable”, overturning its dismissal two years ago.
Gyanvapi: SC to hear plea for stay on trial court proceedings today
The Supreme Court on Thursday stalled Gyanvapi mosque survey-related proceedings before a Varanasi court for a day after the mosque management committee alleged a concerted attempt is underway to widen the ambit of a suit seeking the right to worship of deities inside the mosque.
SC bats for disabled people in police force, seeks govt review
The Supreme Court on Thursday asked the Centre to reconsider its stand on allowing physically disabled persons to join the police force, including the Indian Police Service.
The Healthy Habit of Sauca
How cultivating cleanliness inside and out-can bring you peace of mind.
THE CAB RIDE
I sat in the cab on my way to the airport as the driver zoomed over Delhi’s wide roads. The sun was rising over the horizon as a new day dawned – quite literally, as election day approached the city of Delhi.
The Birds of Kanha
RAJESH MENON is a photographer from Delhi, who specializes in images from nature. Here he shares some of the beautiful birds of Kanha Shanti Vanam, the 1300 acre property outside Hyderabad, India, that is the international headquarters of the Heartfulness Institute. It is also a green sanctuary.
BELLANDUR LAKE FROTH - Debasish Ghosh
Bangalore, India, was once known for its interconnected lake systems, which provided a reliable water source. As the city grew, these lakes have encroached, and the water became polluted day by day. The largest, Bellandur Lake, now carry huge volumes of snowy froth, which block the adjacent canals.
ANIRUDH DHANDA explores the way memories trigger heartfelt events and people from the past, and remind us of situations that evoke emotional responses. Is this what being human is all about?
The Cosmic Chaos of India
Just like the cosmos, when you see India for the first time everything seems chaotic and yet every Indian person finds his/ her own order in that hustle which all goes in tandem. Pavan Rajurkar a freelance illustrator based out of Mumbai, capture this Indianness perfectly in his artworks for many different brands and studios. Some of his recent illustrations have been displayed here.
Doctor of Happiness: An Art Essay
SUKRITI VADHERA KOHLI is the founder of Doctor of Happiness, helping young people with depression and other mental conditions through her art and online platform. Here she speaks with VANESSA PATEL about what inspired her to open up this forum, and what a difference art can make to our well-being.
Meet with clients amid the city’s kaleidoscopic sights and sounds.
El derecho a estar segura
Desde que un ataque horrendo conmocionara a India, las mujeres de ese país han demandado -y obtenido- más protección frente al acoso y el abuso en espacios públicos,
Discover The Remnants Of Empires And The Seeds Of Independence In Mumbai
Discover the remnants of empires and the seeds of independence in India’s most populous city.