Unquiet in the Himalayas

Just a few years again, the high brass of the Indian Military’s Northern Command determined to place a twist to a battle recreation. The Udhampur-based command, which defends a 2,000-km-long horseshoe-like territory from the plains of Jammu to the rugged deserts close to the border of Uttarakhand, was inspecting the risk of battle with Pakistan. That yr, they determined to throw China into the combine, what if the command needed to concurrently battle two nations?…

"Unquiet in the Himalayas"

Living a Covid nightmare

A gloom has set in upon the staff of King Edward Memorial (KEM) Hospital, the biggest municipality-run hospital in central Mumbai’s Parel area. Everyone associated with the hospital looks dejected. Around 1,000 resident doctors work without adequate food, nurses fear for their safety as they file in, all norms of social distancing ignored, into packed buses meant to ferry them to their homes. Relatives of the COVID-19 patients admitted in the 3,000-bed hospital are terrified,…

"Living a Covid nightmare"

SCARD organization released survey on the occasion of World Telecommunication Day

Now the world is in your tip SCARD organization released survey on the occasion of World Telecommunication Day Our lives are becoming machine based, that is, we are all going to live a virtual life. Machines at home or outside are making all our work easier. Life coming from Artificial Intelligence will be full of more facilities. On the eve of World Telecommunication Day, these things came out in an online survey conducted by the…

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Dr. Vipin Agnihotri honored by the School of Allied Health Sciences as “Corona Warrior”

Just a few days ago, Dr. Vipin Agnihotri, who was awarded the Ayushman Bharat Health Personality Award, has been honored by the School of Allied Health Sciences as a “Corona Warrior” in the Corona era for his social services. Feeling proud of his achievement, Dr. Vipin Agnihotri said that in this Corona era he is able to do something for the country, it is a big thing in itself, and also when a big institution…

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A one way ticket

Indian staff and college students stranded overseas amidst the Covid pandemic heaved a sigh of aid this week as the federal government introduced a plan to deliver them again. The house ministry stated that starting Might 7, they may return through particular Air India flights, for a payment. The ‘Vande Bharat’mission will run for every week, with 64 flights slated to deliver 14,800 residents again from 12 nations. These are the UAE , US ,…

"A one way ticket"

Return of the native

Dilip Narayanan Nampi’s profitable profession in Dubai sank abruptly this March when the MNC he labored for handed him the pink slip in the face of losses borne throughout the coronavirus lockdown. The 40-year-old IT engineer, who’s in Dubai since 2003, is trying to find a brand new job; his spouse’s revenue, as an HR govt, gained’t be sufficient, he says, to tug by way of in a single of the world’s costliest cities. “The…

"Return of the native"

Working to a plan

Picture:Sandeep Sehdev On April 25, the celebrations in Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar district out of the blue got here to a halt. Simply a day earlier than, the district had, together with 12 others within the nation, obtained kudos for having no new infections up to now 28 days. However now there was a new case, a 25-year-old trucker in Boothgarh village who had returned from Jammu. The district is within the coronary heart of…

"Working to a plan"

Command Centre

B.H. Anil Kumar, 57, Commissioner, Bruhat Bengaluru, Mahanagara Palike The struggle room Commissioner Kumar checks out a world Covid counter The Bruhat Bengaluru Maha­nagara Palike (BBMP) is used to getting flak for the poor upkeep of town. However beneath senior IAS officer B.H. Anil Kumar, it has carried out a outstanding job in the course of the COVID-19 disaster, stopping the unfold of the virus in Bengaluru. When the primary case was detected on March…

"Command Centre"

No loose ends

Gurugram’s distinguished place on the enterprise map of the nation makes Amit Khatri’s job that rather more tough. “I’ve twin aims at hand, save lives and livelihoods,” he says. Gurugram, with 54 optimistic COVID-19 instances up to now, is among the many worst-affected districts in Haryana. The Khatri-led administration has designated 24 containment zones in three blocks, 11 in Sohna, 10 in Gurugram and three in rural Pataudi. “With the gradual opening up of the…

"No loose ends"