Basak, who works with the Disaster Management Department in Dhubri, often had to visit drug stores to procure medicines as a part of his Covid-19 duty. During his visits, he observed that stores used to throw away its stock of expired medicines.
Indian Textile Sector: Experts across the textile industry indianexpress.com spoke to were unanimous that an embargo on Chinese textiles and apparel imports would augur well for the Indian textile industry since China has been dumping a lot of their products into the country at dirt cheap prices.
After mythical paintings of Dhoni, Kohli, Andre Russell, Rashid Khan, the next in line is Shreyas Iyer of Delhi Capitals in a Mughal painting adaptation and K L Rahul in a Wood Inlay art form from Karnataka.
According to a study published by The Lancet Global Health journal, as many as 8.8 million people in India were found to be blind in 2015 and another 47.7 million people had moderate and severe vision impairment.
A combined initiative by two NGOs -- Hamari Udaan and Action For Community Development Trust (ACT) -- 'Food with Dignity' (FWD) programme aims to ensure that a person is accorded the full dignity of a paying customer and not giving away food for free.
With his raw videos and gritty lyrics attracting attention online, Tandi has quit his job to focus on rap. “Earlier, people did not listen to such rap, but these days people are listening to me and are liking it.”
On the menu presently are only two dishes -- Mangalorean style Crab Curry and Reddy's chicken curry -- and orders are being taken only on weekends. However, Saroj plans to expand her little kitchen when she develops a regular customer base.
Radhe Amma, who worked as domestic help for over 10-years at a complex in KK Nagar, Chennai, could not report to work for almost a month after contracting the disease. The job was her only source of livelihood.
A clipping of the viral paper was shared by activist Angellica Aribam along with a caption that read, "Manipur Board asks the election symbol of BJP in Political Science paper and it carries 4 marks!".
Organised by Khamir, a platform for the crafts, heritage and cultural ecology of the Kutch region of Gujarat, the four-day exhibition unfurls the traditional craft infused with contemporary designs made by artisans ranging from the age group of 18-60.
What started off as a weekend business soon became an enterprise, with 94-year-old Harbhajan Kaur selling her specialities under the brand name Harbhajan's and the tagline "You'll remember your childhood".