COVID, Quarantine and Mental Health

Mental Health

Pandemic– a word that was only read in history books and articles, one never thought he would be experiencing it in his life. But the last few months have been nothing but a back-arching, head-scratching experience of the word “Pandemic”. To live in good health in this pandemic, meant to be in Quarantine. Which further causes severe effects on your Mental Health. It is easy to omit and ignore and get extremely swamped and agitated when you are being attacked with messages and news on the global pandemic that COVID-19.…

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Life in a Pandemic

Life in a Pandemic

Life in a Pandemic: A life we never Imagined. A few months back, everything was normal. Yeah, It was all good and cool and busy. Everything was in a fast forward motion and suddenly one-day lockdown happened. I remember I wasn’t even aware of what this term ‘lockdown’ stands for. I literally asked one of my friends the meaning.Funny, haha ….yeah I know. I never thought that words like COVID, Quarantine, Lockdown, Social Distancing will change the Meaning of Life for millions of people around the world. Before this lockdown…

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FORTIS: Regular OPD’s Via Video Conferencing

FORTIS REGULAR OPDS VIA VIDEO CONFERENCING

FORTIS: Video conferencing is the solution hospitals have come up with for the regular OPD’s. Hospitals in several states have requested the governments to ease LOCKDOWN MEASURES. For patients of critical conditions like those of cancer for the past one month. But, what about other cases of OPD’s?? Hospitals have shut down their outpatient services and deferred electives surgeries amid concerns over the spread of COVID-19. Union Health Ministry has directed Hospitals not to deny treatment to any of those, who are COVID-19 negative. Regular treatment and preventive care is…

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How COVID-19 is affecting INDIAN ECONOMY?

How COVID-19 is affecting INDIAN ECONOMY?

COVID-19, the pandemic is a severe demand shock that has offset the green shoots of recovery of the Indian economy that was visible towards the end of 2019 and early 2020. The revised Gross Domestic Product (GDP) estimates for India downwards by 0.2 percentage points for the fiscal year 2020 to 4.8 percent and by 0.5 percent for the fiscal year 2021 to 6 percent. Further, it is stated that the extent of the actual impact will depend upon the severity and duration of the outbreak. How COVID-19 is affecting INDIAN ECONOMY?…

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Top 10 Indoor Games to Play with Family During COVID-19 Lockdown

Top 10 Indoor Games to Play with Family During COVID-19 Lockdown

India is the second most populated country in the world. And if a Virus-like COVID-19 (Coronavirus) spreads in India there will be Huge loss of life. To prevent this huge loss Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi puts India under a 21-day lockdown starting March 25 till April 14 as a measure to contain the spread of the deadly coronavirus. Which was further increases to 3rd May. We should follow the Lockdown to Break the chain of Coronavirus which is the biggest threat of the 20th century. This Lockdown has given…

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Coronavirus: 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Coronavirus: 2020 Tokyo Olympics

The 2020 Tokyo Olympics have been postponed due to concerns over the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). The 2020 Summer Olympic Games, scheduled to open in Tokyo on July 24th, have been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The games will be rescheduled to 2021, according to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. It’s the first time in their 124-year modern history that the Olympics have been moved or delayed during peacetime. Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Overview Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. Most people infected…

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Rules & History of Field Hockey

Field hockey is a widely played team sport of the hockey family. The game can be played on grass, watered turf, artificial turf or synthetic field, as well as an indoor boarded surface. It is called field hockey to distinguish it from the similar game played on ice. History of Field Hockey Hockey is believed to date from the earliest civilizations. The Arabs, Greeks, Persians, and Romans each had their own versions, and traces of a stick game played by the Aztec Indians of South America have been found. Hockey can also be identified with…

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Hybrid Bikes by Decathlon

Hybrid Bikes by Decathlon

Hybrid Cycles Hybrid bicycles blend characteristics from more specialized road bikes, touring bikes and mountain bikes. The resulting “hybrid” is a general-purpose bike that can tolerate a wide range of riding conditions and applications. Their stability, comfort, and also the ease of use make them popular with novice cyclists, casual riders, commuters, and children. It is a multi-purpose cycle that can be used on roads as well as mountains and off-roading trails. These type of bikes have power bakes but if go toward high-end cycles you may see disk brakes. Hybrid cycles are easy to modify you can replace your handle your breaks etc. It…

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Sachin Tendulkar: GOD of Cricket

Sachin Tendulkar: GOD of Cricket

Sachin Tendulkar, the master blaster, is the name that continues to inspire many, not only in India but also all over the world, to take up the sport. Isn’t! We know that in India cricket is a religion and Sachin Tendulkar is God. For more than two decades, his talents and achievements were consistent. That made him a giant player and also after taking the retirement he remains India’s favorite son. Very few cricketers, bowlers or sportsmen have gained such type of imagination, popularity as Tendulkar has. So let us…

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PV Sindhu, the first Indian to win the World Badminton Championship

PV Sindhu, the first Indian to win the World Badminton Championship

PV Sindhu scripts history PV Sindhu on Sunday scripted history as she became the first Indian to win badminton World Championships gold by beating arch-rival Nozomi Okuhara of Japan in a lop-sided summit clash here. The Olympic silver-medallist Indian won 21-7 21-7 in the final that lasted just 38 minutes. A dominating win over Okuhara Two years after being robbed of the gold by Okuhara in an epic 110-minute final at Glasgow that was considered as one of the greatest battles in badminton history, Sindhu finally exorcised the ghost of…

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