The British Royal Family is looking for a suitable housekeeper and they are ready to offer an amount which will blow your mind. Well, no points for guessing, the starting salary is 18.5 lakh and the position is permanent.
Every year, this month invigorates cities with a festive spirit all around. This quarter is a favourite for many. And why not? It brings excitement, enthusiasm, lights up the mood with social gatherings, festive food, and gives a break for celebrations.However, this year, the coronavirus pandemic seems to have subdued the entire energy. To ensure public safety, there are restrictions on social gatherings and events like Garba night, Diwali exhibitions, and other related events. The big festivals
Festive season brings together people from all walks of life, this 'coming together' is what imparts cultural and linguistic integration amongst all communities; however, things are ominously different this year. While Navratri is here, and rest of the 'end of the year festivities' like Dussehra, Diwali and Christmas are round the corner, citizens have been advised to avoid public gatherings, maintain social etiquettes and restrict celebrations to their homes. An advisory issued by the Union Hea
Addressing the nation at time of Sharad Navratri and Durga Puja, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday cautioned people that they should not stop following all the steps needed to prevent Coronavirus spread during the festive season. With Diwali and other festivals round the corner, experts have warned that several regions in the country may witness a spike in COVID-19 cases if all precautions are not taken.
Cell phones have become integral to function for nearly everyone. While it has brought a lot of tasks to our fingertips, cell phones also have a host of disadvantages. Cellphones emit intermittent electromagnetic radiation (also referred to as Radio Frequency energy) and bright screen light, both these aspects have tremendous impact triggered from prolonged use. Increased screen time also affects the sleep and psychosocial behavior across age groups. Usage of cellphones has exponentially increas
Are you trying to lose those extra kilos around your waist by dieting? Listen to your brain first as weight loss is not merely a matter of willpower but is actually connected to much more basic visual and olfactory cues, researchers have found.
As the festival of Maa Durga is approaching, the members of North Bombay Sarbojanin Durga Puja Samiti are all set to go the virtual way amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The members have decided to take their puja to the people through live streaming and social media through cell phones and laptops. They are concerned that with crowded pandals many may get infected by the deadly virus.
Online gadgets have become an integral part of most people's activities throughout the day, whether for work, entertainment, or staying connected with friends and peers. This dependence on gadgets has worsened during the COVID-19 pandemic and led to increased incidents of Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) or digital eye strain, experts warned during a webinar conducted on 'Eye health care and online practices during COVID-19'.
Girls who are maltreated show higher levels of inflammation at an early age than boys who are maltreated or children who have not experienced abuse, say researchers. Child maltreatment is behaviour towards a child that is outside the norms of conduct and entails substantial risk of causing physical or emotional harm.
It is often advised not to sit for prolonged hours, but a new study has challenged the 'couch potato' belief, saying when it comes to the brain and cognition abilities, some sedentariness are not all that bad so long as basic physical activity benchmarks are met. The study could be a bit of good news for a population that spend a significant amount of time sitting for work and for leisure, streaming their favourite movies and TV shows in these times of social distancing.
Happy Navratri 2020: India is a country of varied cultures and traditions. From Diwali to Eid, every festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm all over the country. October 17 marks the beginning of the longest-running festivals in India, Navratri. The nine-day festival is celebrated by the Hindu community where women observe fast and worship the nine avatars of the Goddess Durga. The Navratri marks the beginning of the spring season and ends on the day when Ram Navami or the birthday of Lord
Global Handwashing Day is observed on 15th October every year. The day is celebrated to spread awareness about hand hygiene as hands are the most common medium of transferring viruses to our mouth and getting infected. With the world facing the COVID19 pandemic, washing hands and maintaining hand hygiene has become all the more important and need of the hour. It is also one of the cheapest and easiest ways to prevent coronavirus. Till the time the scientists and health experts are coming up with
Venturing out amid this pandemic is like a task for the brave, almost all precautions seem less. However, as the country slowly gets back on its track and we step out of after being locked inside our houses for many months, one needs to be extra cautious as the virus has still not been eradicated. While wearing a mask and maintaining social distance are the basics, one can also ensure their air surrounding is virus free.
With Durga Puja round the corner and heralding the festival season, the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) on Sunday issued fresh guidelines for holding gatherings, with strict adherence to Covid-19 protocols. These guidelines are significant, given the staging of Ramleelas, that witness mass gatherings, starts around the same time. All organisers will now have to obtain permission from District Magistrates for organising events apart from other required permissions, said Delhi Chief Sec
As they say Having a bad day? Fix it with coffee! There ishardly anything that cannot be solved after enjoying a hot cup of coffee on a chilly morning. October 1 is celebrated as International Coffee Day to promote coffee as a beverage. The social media today is flooded with HD images and wishes with people expressing their love for coffee and sharing happiness all around. Drinking coffee also has many health benefits other than lighting up the mood. Here are a few funny quotes, messages and wis
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, it is strictly forbidden to gather people at a religious place. Many safety precautions are being taken by the government to contain the spread of COVID19. Soon, Navratri will begin and people are been eagerly waiting to worship the goddess. While they can't go to seek blessing from the goddess, her prasad is all set to be delivered at every home now. The COVID19 has restricted people from going to Mata Vaishno Devi which is why the Shree Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine