This author has been a nature lover from his childhood. I never told anyone that I shared a great love for plants and flowers, they look like maidens to this man’s eyes. I remember staying at a boys hostel in Dehradun, and there was a rough patch next to my room which was more of … Read more Nature’s Come to Bloom: Thanks COVID-19
How involved we get with our own boredom when we are told not to live our materially abusive lives, and rather live like monks/ ascetics just because some silly microorganism threatened our existence (feels funny to me ;)) though, it is true that staying put in monotonous surroundings is tough, and it generates a series … Read more Involved With Boredom
Any eventuality or even an Act of God can be effectively dealt with when there is some legal/ legislative framework available to those who are tasked with dealing with a situation that is a crisis. It is for this reason we have protocols encoded in various laws to offer a very systematic approach to deal … Read more Making a Case for Public Health (Prevention, Control & Management of Epidemics, Bio-terrorism and Disasters) Bill, 2017 Over Epidemic Diseases Act-1897: Legislative Impropriety
Luckily, at 6 PM today, this author had some hunch about the fact there maybe a grave announcement, and more specifically it meant extending the blanket lock-down imposed by the Government of India, amid the scare of spread of Coronavirus in India. This author went around driving and saw people preparing for the Navratri that … Read more How to Face the Fear of Death from Corona…!
With epedemiologist Ramanan Laxminarayanan hinting at around 1 million deaths in the COVID-19 spread, the India Inc. is certainly up to take a long term hit, and further deepen the economic woes of the people with time. The people involved in services under public administration have implemented phased, and abrupt lockdowns all over India, spread … Read more Economy Beyond COVID-19: The Story of a Declining Lion