In the post-Matrix world, it will be tough to go back to the slow-moving arrows of old Ramayan, especially when newer shows have been our experience to TV mythology.
Be it our return to the arts or our reliance on the people who do the jobs we don't want, Covid-19 is making us re-examine our views on these important realities.
Social media is flooded with videos of celebrities and Instagram influencers exercising in their homes during coronavirus quarantine.
As Thomas Friedman said, coronavirus has put us at the cusp of a historical divide. There’s BC, before coronavirus, and AC, after coronavirus, from here on.
Coronavirus, which has serious implications for the poor, is just another opportunity for Bollywood stars to make inane videos and keep their fans hooked.
Modi govt's overnight, ill-conceived, egotistic decision that left lakhs of people jobless and paralysed India’s informal economy 3 yrs ago may just give some returns.
By being prejudiced towards people because of how they look and where they come from, you are not just being a racist, but also a xenophobe and a bigot.
Classroom spaces are conducive to interaction, force students to engage and promote peer learning but all that has stopped due to Covid-19 pandemic.
Several people from northeast India are facing racial attacks. A woman from Manipur was spat on and called 'corona' by a man in Delhi.
The Covid-19 pandemic is turning out to be a reset button, with the virtual world of Google Hangouts, Zoom and Skype connecting people forced into keeping a distance.