This bit of wisdom too is learnt by people on their own. That is the irony of it. Weekly Wisdom 4 June — MiddleMe
A change of guard is taking place at the WHO Executive Board. India is the next Chairman of the body. India has an opportunity to show its credentials as a global power by taking charge of the WHO response. Will India take up the opportunity offered? Cover Pic: Business Standard
The way the Shiva Trilogy ended with the Oath of the Vayuputras was way out of league with the people's imagination. But I felt it was a perfect end. Spoiler Alert! If you have not read the books, read it at your peril.
There is a sense of dismay at the information of demolition of historical buildings. But our historical learnings, texts, art and knowledge is being torn down bit by bit over centuries, yet we stand mute spectators. Programmed by the education system to have a sense of aversion to our history, we have let it happen. Now, it is time we say enough is enough! Cover Pic: Scienceteen
This amazing piece of work by my fellow blogger Anant Chetan on his blog Infinite Sea of Opportunities is a must read. It is an article on how corruption in a way has been legalized in India. Do read to know more.
The United Nations is supposed to maintain peace and resolve conflict across the world. In recent times, it has been failing on all accounts. Will the UN become the second League of Nations?
Memories are the only imprints we leave on this world. Some souls much deeper. This post is urging you to pay attention to the people present around you. To nurture faith and trust in them. So that you have many more memories.
This piece by Kally on her blog Middle Me is a well thought out piece on how to minimise the impact of economic downturn for the vulnerable classes.
The food habits of China have been under the lens since the pandemic broke out. This is my take on how China has been the source of pandemics in the recent past. The wet markets and food habits paint a clearer picture of the how and why of the situation. Cover Pic Source: North East Now
The Wuhan Coronavirus has become a pandemic. It has become a crisis of gargantuan proportions. But could the virus have been nipped in the bud? In the current scenario, are people doing enough to control the spread of the virus? Read to find out.