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Indian students travelling overseas to study, finally foreseeing their future after administration separately started vaccination drive for them

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4 mn read India has begun its vaccination drive for the students travelling abroad to study. State governments have started online registration for the candidates and are offering only Covishield vaccination for the time. The gap instructed by doctors is of 12-16 weeks between both the doses which is questioned by some students who are leaving in few weeks and would not be able to get the second dose.

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Pandemic along with taking lives, making air pollution worse for Indians

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3 mn read Covid is not completely ended but had welcomed various effects in different ways. Now complaints are coming from different states about air pollution getting worse due to the burning of Covid patient bodies as the number of deaths in past month were unimaginable in India. People from Pune state, Ranchi and now Delhi living in those areas are expressing their problems due to the cremation of Covid bodies.

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Shortage of medical supplies during this pandemic is leading to black marketing in India

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3 mn read Poonam Sharma lost her husband few days back due to Covid complications. Now, she tested positive along with her 18 years old son after they notice mild symptoms of the virus. Mrs. Poonam said, ‘We are devastated. It is an irrecoverable loss. It all started with a fever and when it got worse, we decided to shift him to the hospital. But finding a bed was the task. After finding one whole day for the bed, we finally shifted him to a private hospital, but he died next day due to cardiac arrest’.

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The medical fraternity of India to stop using crematorium and funeral pyres visuals to the media: Is it a solution or an escapism from reality?

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4 mn read Pandemic is leaving scars on everybody physically and emotionally. In India situation is worse, where countless deaths, struggle for healthcare facilities and shortage of oxygen is captivating all the worried eyeballs globally. The situation has mentally drained mass of population and is affecting people of all age groups in different ways.

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Pandemic widens gender inequality across UK and Europe, with working mothers “paying a particularly high price”

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4 mn read 1.5 million young women have lost income since the pandemic began in the UK, with working mothers paying a “particularly high price”, charity Young Women’s Trust told Eat News. More than a third of women who are single parents said they had skipped meals to just make ends meet, research by the UK-based women’s charity found.

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Schools have begun to reopen in India step by step after a huge gap of a year

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4 mn read Schools are beginning to reopen in India after a long gap due to pandemic. Some of the states already started the particular classes like 10th, 11th and 12th. The complete lockdown in March 2020 last year in India affected everything and education is one of them. Since March students are locked inside their home and […]

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Covid-19 pandemic changed India’s republic day celebration

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4 mn read India celebrates republic day every year on 26th January, when Indian constitution came into effect. In 1949, constituent assembly of India formally approved the constitution and in 1950 it came into force. This year India is marking its 71st republic day. The ceremony is always attended by a chief guest, who is generally the head of a state from across the world. It takes place in New Delhi, the capital of India known as administrative district.

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What It’s Like To Travel For A Living During The Pandemic

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4 mn read As flights around the world were canceled and plane tickets postponed during the pandemic lockdown, travel bloggers were lost at home without access to travel. Many digital creators in the United States rely on international trips and exclusive hotels they visit in order to promote content. Along with that, more than 32,000 airline workers who depend on travel for income were furloughed as a result of the pandemic.

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Can these young people save Hong Kong’s dying food industry from COVID-19?

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3 mn read The COVID-19 pandemic has led to an economic slump in Hong Kong, with the Hong Kong government even banning people from eating in restaurants on July 29, leading to the shutdown of the city’s proud restaurant industry. One food and beverage marketing consultancy founded by two young Hong Kongers in the wake of the pandemic decided to use its expertise to save Hong Kong’s crumbling restaurant industry, as they couldn’t bear to see their favorite restaurants in financial ruin.