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Under the microscope

Under the microscope

Although scientists and stock markets have celebrated the approval for emergency use of remdesivir to treat Covid-19, a cure for the disease that has killed more than 312,000 people remains a long way off — and might never arrive.

Expressing resolve to support community during pandemic

Expressing resolve to support community during pandemic

Covid-19 requires a collaborative response because it is a global pandemic. In the absence of definite medical treatments so far, governments have been laying all their stress on raising awareness and implementing preventive measures.

The big screen

The big screen

What might moviegoing look like post-shutdown? And how many of us want to find out? When I was a kid, going out to the movies was a treat — and, until cinema doors slammed shut a few months ago, I still thought it was.

Take care, caregivers

Take care, caregivers

The role of a woman at home is often more of a caregiver for the rest of the family. The responsibility of many women may have increased manifold as people are stuck at home because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Twist of fate

Twist of fate

Faye Brown was a quiet, stoic woman who rose each morning in a Raleigh prison, pulled on a pair of dress slacks and walked out the gates to catch a city bus — her routine for years.

Vast scope for investment to boost ties: Kazakh envoy

Vast scope for investment to boost ties: Kazakh envoy

It may not have been very long since Kazakhstan established its embassy in Qatar, but bilateral co-operation and trade has made significant progress.

Russian violinist lauds Qatar’s efforts to curb Covid-19 outbreak

Russian violinist lauds Qatar’s efforts to curb Covid-19 outbreak

People of diverse backgrounds and cultures have praised the tireless efforts of Qatar in curbing the novel coronavirus pandemic recently. The minimum number of deaths by Covid-19 itself shows the success of the multiple steps taken by the government.

Tragedy back home and a sadness in our hearts

Tragedy back home and a sadness in our hearts

For today, please think of the families of the lives lost, be respectful in how you speak and share on social media, including the ones in the residential compound who had no idea what hit them and destroyed their homes and took lives that no-one is able to give a complete account of

Need for good digital parenting felt more while staying at home

Need for good digital parenting felt more while staying at home

The novel coronavirus pandemic is not simply a health crisis. It has triggered a wave of change in human lives across the globe. The outbreak has dramatically changed the existing communication habits.

Desperation and the Zoom boom

Desperation and the Zoom boom

I spend my days in the basement with my health, a computer, a phone, Stephen Sondheim and, when fortune smiles, a loyal dog.

Zinc + Your Plant Based Diet

Zinc + Your Plant Based Diet

As the world continues to adapt to life in a pandemic, there are positive signs emerging from various studies around the world regarding the potential benefits from vitamins, minerals and supplements. Today I want to discuss Zinc.

Honestly Artistic

Honestly Artistic

There will never be a true definition of art that everyone agrees on. There will also not be a piece of art that everyone calls ‘aesthetically’ pleasing to the eye.

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