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The fear of the pandemic in the general public is increasing at a faster rate than the actual rise in people infected by the coronavirus. In fact, fear is taking the face of mass hysteria in many cases. Let’s have a peek into the lives of people who have actually been through the infection and …

While we are safe at home, some people are toiling day in and day out to fight the pandemic and the other set of challenges it brings along. As the infection spreads to the majority of the states, increased shortage of food and essentials in the daily wage community is inevitable. A lot of things …

Coronavirus has taken over all the aspects of the human race because of the widespread destruction that it has caused. It seems like we as a species are at war with this pandemic. And here are how some countries are fighting this war and how some of them seem to be victorious in this battle.  …

While being under quarantine means you can help save the world by chilling in your pyjamas at home, the disruption of daily life activities can be a little daunting until a sense of normalcy is restored. Working from home is now a norm around the world but since many are relatively new to this concept, …

Solapur based Mayura Davda Shah has started a sustainable luxury brand that offers a solution. The luxury brand MAYU uses leather made out of fish waste to create bags and accessories. Their latest collection, La Movida, includes vegan leather made from upcycled pineapple leaves. Material innovation is one factor that differentiates MAYU from the others, …

Allopathy is a magical world, no doubt. It seems as though there is “a pill for every ill”. However, it is often argued that Allopathic medicines usually focuses on treating the symptoms, but often not the cause. Moreover, these chemically synthesized medicines usually come with a range of harmful side effects. Hence, it needs no …

When the other students his age learned the concept of waste management like any other science lesson, 13-year-old Vikramjeet Singh Kanwar saw it as an opportunity. The Gurgaon boy started a platform that enables people to exchange their dry recyclable waste with upcycled products like home decors, stationery, glassware, etc.