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India's largest classical music festival adopts hybrid model this year with livestreaming, restricted seating
Arts & Culture

India's largest classical music festival adopts hybrid model this year with livestreaming, restricted seating

In its legacy of about eight decades, Bengaluru's Sree Ramanavami Global Music Festival has hosted around 400 artistes of national and international repute every year and an audience of around 6,000 people.

A haunting silence pervades cafes, restaurants in Greece as the country's second lockdown continues for six months
long-reads

A haunting silence pervades cafes, restaurants in Greece as the country's second lockdown continues for six months

Restaurants, bars and cafes, whose nature it is to gather groups of people closely together, have remained shut since November when the Greek government imposed a second lockdown to curb the spread of COVID-19 infections

With closed borders and travel bans, how COVID-19 changed the way people move around the world
Lifestyle

With closed borders and travel bans, how COVID-19 changed the way people move around the world

By the end of 2020, roughly half of all countries remained completely closed to non-citizens and non-visa holders except for essential travel related to health emergencies, humanitarian or diplomatic missions, commerce or family reunification.

India manufacturing PMI falls marginally in February to 57.5 from 57.7 in January
Business

India manufacturing PMI falls marginally in February to 57.5 from 57.7 in January

This indicates that even though the pace of growth eased from January, it remained sharp in the context of historical data

India records over 16,000 COVID-19 cases for third straight day; 113 new deaths push toll up to 1,56,938
India

India records over 16,000 COVID-19 cases for third straight day; 113 new deaths push toll up to 1,56,938

A total of 16,488 novel coronavirus cases were reported in a day, while the toll increased to 1,56,938 with 113 new fatalities, said the health ministry

Assembly Elections 2021: All personnel on poll duty to get COVID-19 vaccine, says EC
India

Assembly Elections 2021: All personnel on poll duty to get COVID-19 vaccine, says EC

Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora said voting will be allowed for an additional hour, keeping in mind COVID-19 safety guidelines

DGCA extends suspension of international passenger flights till 31 March
India

DGCA extends suspension of international passenger flights till 31 March

The restriction will not apply to cargo flights and flights specifically approved by the aviation regulator

Working from home: Disrupting your partner's routine can be a source of conflict, finds study
Health

Working from home: Disrupting your partner's routine can be a source of conflict, finds study

The researchers advised that to turn around the situation, partners should support each other's goals, accommodate routines, respect the others' timings, take a step back to catch their breath during the day, and learn to work together

Republic Day 2021: India showcases military might, cultural heritage at Delhi's Rajpath amid tight COVID-19 restrictions
India

Republic Day 2021: India showcases military might, cultural heritage at Delhi's Rajpath amid tight COVID-19 restrictions

The newly inducted Rafale fighter aircraft featured for the first time in India's Republic Day flypast as it carried out the 'Brahmastra' formation alone and was part of the 'Eklavya' formation with four other fighter jets

Italy to receive 3.4 mn doses of Pfizer vaccine in Jan, will provide first tranche to 1.6 mn people
World

Italy to receive 3.4 mn doses of Pfizer vaccine in Jan, will provide first tranche to 1.6 mn people

Italy's special commissioner for the virus emergency said he expected Pfizer's authorization from the European Medical Agency to be completed in time for the first vaccines to be administered in January

Muslim clerics, Congress MLA Arif Masood among 2,000 booked over anti-Macron protest in Bhopal
India

Muslim clerics, Congress MLA Arif Masood among 2,000 booked over anti-Macron protest in Bhopal

An FIR has been registered against them for staging the protest in violation of COVID-19 restrictions, the Madhya Pradesh police said

Amid COVID-19 pandemic, Nandankanan Zoological Park launches virtual tour facility at nandankanan.org
India

Amid COVID-19 pandemic, Nandankanan Zoological Park launches virtual tour facility at nandankanan.org

According to reports, the simulation of the zoological park comprises of the animals, botanical garden, and Kanjia lake and also includes a sequence of videos and still images

'Remind Maharashtra governor of Raj Bhavan's prestige,' Shiv Sena to Narendra Modi, Amit Shah
India

'Remind Maharashtra governor of Raj Bhavan's prestige,' Shiv Sena to Narendra Modi, Amit Shah

In the party's official mouthpiece Saamana, the Sena claimed that using the Governor’s office to attack the state government has proved 'costly' for the BJP in Maharashtra

Seven months since closing doors, cinema halls to reopen from 15 Oct with 50% capacity
India

Seven months since closing doors, cinema halls to reopen from 15 Oct with 50% capacity

Prakash Javadekar made the announcement and added that online booking of tickets will be encouraged, but box offices will be open for single-screen theatres

Active COVID-19 cases remain under 10 lakh for 11th day; virus spread slowing in Mumbai slums, says BMC
India

Active COVID-19 cases remain under 10 lakh for 11th day; virus spread slowing in Mumbai slums, says BMC

Kerala reported a single-day spike of over 9,000 new cases on Friday, a day after the state government imposed Section 144 of CrPC, prohibiting the assembly of more than five people

Uttarakhand govt allows cinema halls, theatres outside containment zones to open with 50% capacity from 15 Oct
India

Uttarakhand govt allows cinema halls, theatres outside containment zones to open with 50% capacity from 15 Oct

The govt also said that the current cap of 100 attendees for social, academic, sports, entertainment, cultural, religious and political functions can also be relaxed

COVID-19 crisis: At least 630 foreign attendees of Tablighi Jamaat event in Delhi left India so far, says MEA
India

COVID-19 crisis: At least 630 foreign attendees of Tablighi Jamaat event in Delhi left India so far, says MEA

MEA spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said the Tablighi Jamaat members are being given consular access and 'smooth repatriation' to their home countries

Ganesha idol makers in Pune face deep distress as COVID-19 restrictions impact demand, supply
India

Ganesha idol makers in Pune face deep distress as COVID-19 restrictions impact demand, supply

Maharashtra govt restrictions on public gatherings and festivities have worsened problems for traditional idol makers, who now face unsold inventory ahead of the festival

AAP sends second proposal to Delhi LG for opening hotels, gyms, weekly markets as situation improves
India

AAP sends second proposal to Delhi LG for opening hotels, gyms, weekly markets as situation improves

Last week, state govt had decided to allow hotels and weekly markets to reopen as per 'Unlock 3' guidelines, but LG Anil Baijal had overruled the decision

Mumbai shop owners 'delighted' as malls reopen after 4 months, but heavy rains hinder footfall
India

Mumbai shop owners 'delighted' as malls reopen after 4 months, but heavy rains hinder footfall

Oberoi Mall general manager Anuj Arora said despite the weather, it was "encouraging" to witness a spike in footfall in the second half of the day