As he always believed in socialist unity and took a strong left front stand, he became a spokesperson of the political front in the national level which does not belong to either Congress or BJP. He was well respected as a person who never hurts the mind of those who are opposing his party and views.The political ideology which was formed during the freedom struggle inspired Veerendra Kumar to become a political leader. From the comfort zones to the adversities, he explored every path in life.
Residents of Cayman are no exception. From conch shells being blown, to dancing on the balconies of condos, clapping from doorsteps, and creating an outdoor art gallery, they are displaying Caymankind at its best.Nicola Agemian in Snug Harbour was browsing Facebook on the same day that the 24 hour lockdown was in place. I came across the show your appreciation post to our essential workers, she said.
WEST BENGAL Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar, along with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, accompanied Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his aerial survey of the state s cyclone ravaged districts. The trio was the first to witness the destruction, as government officials were unable to access the districts even four days after Cyclone Amphan hit the state. In an exclusive chat with THE WEEK, Dhankhar talked about the devastation he witnessed and the difference in Banerjee s demeanour during the chopper ride. Edited excerpts:Post the aerial survey, what is your assessment of the destruction?
ABILENE, Texas (KTAB KRBC) The Taylor Telecom Arena is officially ready for events at the Taylor County Expo Center. Plans to build the new arena began back in 2012, with a focus on separating animal events from people events, as well as attracting people from all over the country.
The plane arrived in Bhopal from Delhi on Monday with crew only and flew back with just four passengers for whom it was specially hired. Hussain was awarded the Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilan award, in 2007 for his contribution to Urdu literature. But he returned it later.
This is a clear contradiction of long established Church teaching, which views "homosexual acts as acts of grave depravity," and that "homosexual acts are intrinsically disordered."Nonetheless, the principal author of the book, Fr. Ewald Volgger, told an Austrian diocesan newspaper that he would like to see an "official benediction for homosexual couples 'as soon as possible,'" according to Catholic World Report.
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Despite what you might think, being the most popular PC operating system in the world Windows 10 isn t easy. Its users make an appealing target to all sorts of illegal, immoral, and or simply nosey practices, including malware, spying, ransomware, financial frauds, identity theft, and more.
This month Home Accents Today reached out to Eric Jacobson, president of the American Lighting Association, to learn more about how the lighting industry has responded to the onset of COVID 19 and social distancing requirements. During our discussion, Jacobson shared his perspective on the current market and trends, as well as details about what the ALA is doing in response to COVID.When asked about the lighting industry s response to the COVID 19 pandemic, Jacobson said, I think the lighting industry has responded. If you go back two months ago, our programming has changed 100% because of this.
Social media has become a popular platform for people to share their political opinions. Image: Unsplash NeONBRAND This article is published in collaboration with The Conversation 28 May 2020 Nils Gustafsson Senior Lecturer in Strategic Communication, Lund University Annika Fred n Senior Lecturer in Political Science, Karlstads University Emma A. Renstr m Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Gothenburg Hanna B ck Professor of Political Science, Lund University The World Economic Forum COVID Action Platform Learn more Most Popular COVID 19: What you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic on 26 MayRoss Chainey 26 May 2020 Areas of declining COVID 19 cases could see an imminent second wave, warns WHOReuters Staff 26 May 2020 Science leads the response to COVID 19. These 25 scientists are tackling the other global challengesAlice Hazelton and Martha Chahary 26 May 2020 More on the agenda Explore context Behavioural Sciences Explore the latest strategic trends, research and analysis Social media has become a common place for users sharing their political thoughts and opinions. A new Swedish study has revealed that lack of 'rejection sensitivity' was a common trait among those who share their views online. People with a high fear of being rejected are less likely to share political content. Wading into a political debate online can be a minefield. Search any comment section or thread on a social media site, and you re likely to come across some pretty strong views. But that s not necessarily just the nature of the debate. It could also reflect the kind of personalities that are drawn to online discussions of this kind.In our research, we ve found that people who don t care about what others think are more likely to engage in politics on social media. This might have an effect on what they say online and contribute to the vitriolic tone that puts so many off engaging in public online conversations. It might also be decisive in selecting the political content that people come across in their feeds.
NEW DELHI: The four worst affected states by reverse migration of labourers have started taking initial steps to try and create job opportunities and social safety net for more than 6.5 million such workers.The move is politically significant as the lakhs of migrants that have returned to their home states are potential vote banks.
Although no crisis can be reduced exclusively to an economic or financial dimension or causation, this particular one derives from the pandemic spread of virus with devastating human and social effects. If we want to learn something from this world crisis, we need to try to understand it taking into consideration various simultaneous perspectives (health, social, humanitarian and environmental, among others), with a long term historical outlook (to better help us to find a way out and avoid its recurrence) and a global viewpoint.Washington City Paper with COVID 19 Coronavirus Headline on a bench at the Virginia Square Metro station Photo credit Flickr dmbosstone (CC BY NC ND 2.0)
The sentiment is echoed in the case of a Delhi based 79 year old, who was detected with stage three breast cancer in early 2019. ;She was in hospital care but after the pandemic and subsequent lockdown, we decided to look after her at home as per the oncologist;s advice,; mentioned a family member. The family was initially concerned about the risk of infection with ;nurses and physicians; visiting the home, ;but the qualified and educated professional treatment has made us feel better about taking such a service;. For two months now, the bedridden patient has been administered the essential IV drugs at home as part of chemo care.ALSO READ These 2 morning drinks will help you boost your immunity
Covid 19 may lead to an outpouring of pandemic fiction but Lawrence Wright got there first even before the pandemic itself. In the last few years, the award winning journalist was immersed in research for his new novel, The End Of October, which was released recently, ahead of schedule, as the book s publishers found it an uncanny mirror to our times.Set in the spring of 2020, the story revolves around the outbreak of a novel coronavirus far deadlier than SARS CoV 2 causing a disease called Kongoli flu. Traced to a camp in Indonesia, this mysterious microbe affects the immuno compromised worst, leads to rapid decline of the person affected and a painful death. Predictably, it spreads beyond the camp, via a carrier who goes to Mecca for Haj, and a worldwide pandemic ensues. Initially, governments brazenly ignore the threat, but then, as the fatalities pile up, desperate measures are adopted. The US economy is gutted, the unnamed president falls prey to the virus, a cyber war with Russia ensues, and extreme food scarcity sparks off looting and anarchy. Social isolation, physical distancing and protective gear become the new normal, while offices and schools shut down.
The decades long response to HIV AIDS fronted the following principles. First, dealing with epidemics requires placing the most marginalised and vulnerable at the forefront of any strategy. If their needs are met whether in the form of access to information and services, or respect for their bodily, social and economic integrity not only are their health outcomes more promising, but in all likelihood, the needs and health of others who are higher in the socio economic ladder will also be met through such a thoughtful approach.Shaping inclusive and nurturing health systems and social environments means that those delivering health are attuned to the realities of the vulnerable and marginalised, and can better serve their needs. It means fostering an environment of health and governance that those at the margins feel encouraged and safe to engage with. As a queer man who was vulnerable to HIV, I know how very distant a health system that shunned me and my ilk felt like in the 1990s. As a lawyer who has long worked on issues related to health, I saw how transformative it was to work with government bureaucrats, physicians, nurses, police, employers, and NGOs, who were open to conversations on sex, sexuality, illness and law, and how, over time, these dialogues fostered an enabling environment in the health sector, which began to reflect in policy, and in wider societal efforts to counter HIV.
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;The Chinese learnt from the public handling of the Doklam crisis. They thought India would be quick to brief the media, so they did it first and continued to do so. We were calm and measured, calling for discussions and negotiations. They are trying to avoid that kind of situation. Quiet diplomacy has space to produce results in these kinds of situations, Gautam Bambawale, who was India s ambassador to China from 2017 to 2018, told The Indian Express. China s actions are hard to decipher, especially in the absence of any authoritative statements from Beijing, said Taylor Fravel, Professor of International Relations at MIT and author of two major books on China s territorial disputes and its military strategy.