WrestleMania usually sees a packed out venue full of diehard wrestling fans screaming at every moment over the course of several hours, but this year the times have changed with the action taking place in front of empty stands and fans aren’t sure how to react. … [Read more...] about WWE WrestleMania 36: Reaction to the opening day of action
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“We have also tried to include INTACH’s different areas of interest — architectural heritage, conservation, history, documentation and intangible heritage. I am also quite excited about the heritage quiz, which I think will be a first of its kind, and is a fun way to introduce people to heritage. The conversation on April 18 will be on art and architecture, both of which are intimately linked to heritage.” … [Read more...] about World Heritage Day: INTACH Bengaluru organises events online
Talking about theconcern of middle-class people and daily wage workers, Kamal Haasan expressed, "This is the first crisis, the first epidemic that the top of the society has inflicted upon the bottom. And the topmost, i.e, you sir seem interested in bailing out everybody but those at the bottom. As millions of daily wage labourers, house-helps, street-cart vendors, auto-rickshaw & taxi drivers and helpless migrant workers struggle to see light at the end of the tunnel, we seem to be securing only an already well-built middle-class fortress. Don't get me wrong sir, I am not suggesting we ignore the middle-class or any one segment. In fact, I am suggesting the exact opposite. I would like to see you doing more to secure everybody's fortress and ensure that nobody goes to bed hungry. COVID-19 will continue to find more victims but we are creating a fertile playground for Hunger(H), Exhaustion(E) and Deprivation(D) of the poor. HED '20 is a malady that is smaller in profile but far … [Read more...] about Kamal Haasan Trolled For Criticising PM Narendra Modi’s Decision Of 21 Days Lockdown For COVID-19
Where to shop at Easter?Even though the current valid Labour Code stipulates that shops need to be closed on holidays, there are also certain exceptions where they can stay open. This includes shops at stations and airports, souvenir shops, ticket offices, pharmacies, and petrol stations. … [Read more...] about Shops will be closed at Easter. But when will they open?
The holiday this moment brings to mind is Sukkot, a time in early fall when Jews traditionally leave their homes and spend a week dwelling in huts built of cloth, wood and/or bamboo. The festival, which serves as a reminder of the journey through the wilderness that followed the Exodus from Egypt, is a time of deep joy. We celebrate the love between God and the Jewish people -- and delight in the mutual faithfulness that has sustained our bond. … [Read more...] about Celebrating Passover during a modern-day plague