By Nibedita Saha “If I learn this skill-based work then I’ll leave that work. I will totally leave the work,” said one of the sex workers who is in her … Continue reading INDIA: Struggling in lockdown; HeARTshala elicits hope among the sex workers of G. B. Road
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The increasing fear of Covid pandemic has forced society to reappraise the way of living from work to socialise to travel and so death. The process of funerals has changed and people have found different ways to mourn.
With over 51, 452 students participating in this survey, it clearly highlights the fallacies of an “online” mode of education. Subsequent lockdowns have forced students to return to their homes and both the teachers and students have been unable to cope with the plethora of issues that have cropped up, ranging from bandwidth constraints over the internet, lack of internet service, devices or electricity, to the absence of an environment conducive for education.
Cyclone Amphan arrived in Kolkata with a heavy rainfall that drowned the city and pushed it into the darkness, with no power supply for over five days and counting.
As the people of the city pick the pieces left by the cyclone, the devastating visuals from across Kolkata and its adjoining areas give the sense of its physical and emotional damage.