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Next level lockdown: French group goes underground in cave for six weeks to study effects of acute isolation
World

Next level lockdown: French group goes underground in cave for six weeks to study effects of acute isolation

Since Sunday night, 15 men and women are living in the vast Lombrives cave in the Pyrenees mountains south of Toulouse for an experiment dubbed "Deep Time," led by the French-Swiss explorer Christian Clot

COVID-19: Maharashtra's Hingoli imposes curfew from 1 to 7 March after district reports spurt in daily cases
India

COVID-19: Maharashtra's Hingoli imposes curfew from 1 to 7 March after district reports spurt in daily cases

As per an official order, schools, colleges, religious places and function halls shall remain closed during the period, while banks will operate only for administrative work

Pope Francis installs 13 new cardinals, including first African American Wilton Gregory
World

Pope Francis installs 13 new cardinals, including first African American Wilton Gregory

Francis warned the new cardinals against falling into corruption or using their new rank for personal advancement, saying that just because they have a new title, 'Eminence', doesn’t mean they should drift from their people

'We are exhausted': In Maharashtra's Palghar, healthcare workers narrate ordeal amid severe staff crunch
India

'We are exhausted': In Maharashtra's Palghar, healthcare workers narrate ordeal amid severe staff crunch

Located in the taluka of Vikramgad in Maharashtra’s tribal district of Palghar, barely 100 kms from Mumbai, the Dedicated COVID hospital, with the intake capacity of 200, is supposed to be the main facility to treat critically ill patients in the district. But the hospital lacks amenities, and the staff is overworked.

The home minister's detractors are wrong; Amit Shah was as busy as ever during the lockdown, doing what he does best
Politics

The home minister's detractors are wrong; Amit Shah was as busy as ever during the lockdown, doing what he does best

Home Minister Amit Shah has been seen on the front page of newspapers after a significant gap of time. He is back to doing what he revels in: campaigning for elections. And he’s doing it in his typical no-holds-barred style. No expenses barred either.

Concerted action in wake of Cyclone Amphan, COVID-19 should focus on building strong public infrastructure in Bengal
India

Concerted action in wake of Cyclone Amphan, COVID-19 should focus on building strong public infrastructure in Bengal

After Cyclone Amphan battered coastal and deltaic West Bengal on 20 May, the mammoth task of picking up the pieces can justifiably be said to have just begun. It took the Centre some time to react, but after Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s aerial survey on 22 May coordination seems to have been established.

'It’s up to this industry to see how they will leverage the opportunities in new India': Mr Somasundaram talks about future of gold sector, needed policy reforms
India

'It’s up to this industry to see how they will leverage the opportunities in new India': Mr Somasundaram talks about future of gold sector, needed policy reforms

“It’s up to this industry to see how they will leverage the opportunities in new India,” says Mr Somasundaram PR, M.D, World Gold Council, India.