There were absolutely no signs that there was trouble in paradise, but when the couple returned from their honeymoon in Las Vegas, Chloe said that they both went back to their respective States and essentially lead a 'together yet single' existence. … [Read more...] about Baby joy! Former My Kitchen Rules star Chloe James welcomes her first child with partner Lee Harrison after splitting with her first husband of less than a year
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Bollywood couple Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan, on April 2, announced that they will be donating money to the PM-CARES Fund and Maharashtra Chief Minister's Relief Fund to help combat the coronavirus pandemic in the country.Kareena posted a statement on Instagram, saying that she, along with Saif and their son Taimur, have extended support to the two relief funds."We extend our support to the PM-CARES and Chief Minister's Fund (Maharashtra). In times like these, every helping hand and every rupee raised, matters. Do help wherever possible," the statement read.(With inputs from PTI) … [Read more...] about A Michelin star and a mission: Chef Vikas Khanna is feeding millions in India’s lockdown
“When I asked Toju to let the children spend either the Christmas or the New Year with me, she said she wasn’t sure she wanted them near my new woman, ‘Why?’ I wanted to know, ‘’she’s going to be their stepmother soon.’ … [Read more...] about She confessed her daughter wasn’t even her ex’s child
The unorganised sector cannot carry on because they have very low income, low savings. They are living in crowded conditions so they cannot practise physical distancing, they don’t have clean water. The imperative of the lockdown was they should have been provided with food wherever they were, allowed to migrate if they wanted to, those left behind should have been decongested to school buildings, tents etc. Unorganised businesses should have been supported so they don’t collapse because of lack of working capital. This is what I call a survival package. Because if half the population - if 200 million lost jobs, that means 800 million people are below the poverty line with zero income. You are in a situation where you have to support the consumption of essentials for 800 million people, decongest them, boost capacity for testing, boost the capacity of hospitals, and prevent businesses from collapsing. As long as you don’t do this, lifting the lockdown would be … [Read more...] about Can India’s workforce have a safe return to business?
Thiruvananthapuram: Seven Air India staff, a health worker, and a one-year-old child were among the 58 persons who tested positive for COVID-19 in Kerala on Saturday. The death toll in the state is at nine after a 38-year-old man who died at Government Medical College Hospital in Alappuzha around 2.30 pm on Friday tested positive as his throat swab results came back positive late evening. On Saturday, a 62-year-old man belonging to Azhiyur, who was under observation for COVID-19, died of some other cause, say sources. He had returned from abroad and had completed his seven-day quarantine at a facility in Kozhikode. He complained of uneasiness and was being taken to a hospital in Thalassery when he succumbed on the way. Pinarayi Vijayan, out of the 58 positive cases, 17 had come from abroad (Kuwait-6, UAE-6, Oman-2, Saudi Arabia-1, Qatar-1 and Italy-1), while 31 had returned from other parts of the country (Maharashtra-19, Tamil Nadu-9, Telangana, Delhi and Karnataka 1 each). … [Read more...] about 7 Air India staff among 58 others test positive for COVID-19 in Kerala; Tamil Nadu death toll goes up to 160