Surender Kumar, 24, a parking-ticket collector, said the road workers have been very erratic in their work. “I have been working here for the last few months and have seen them working only a couple of times since.”
Writing since the age of 10, Naina Pachnanda took refuge in poetry during the pandemic. Her recently released anthology of poems ‘Miracles do happen’ tries to make sense of the suffering Covid-19 unleashed on us.
“People can come here, talk about their mental health issues and take part in the various therapies offered here. It is also a pet-friendly cafe, anyone can come to eat, laugh and heal here,” said the young founder.
The festival will discuss how ayurveda can prevent and potentially cure diseases. It will be inaugurated by the Governor of Punjab and UT administrator Banwari Lal Purohit along with other eminent ministers and citizens.
The book has focused on various sectors such as agriculture, industry, services, education, health, besides fiscal, banking, diaspora, gender, governance, and sustainability challenges the state economy faces.
A stroke occurs when the blood supply to the brain is cut short. There are two kinds of strokes: ischemic stroke (due to clotting of blood) and haemorrhagic stroke (due to rupture of the blood vessels).