People are crying for medicines, oxygen but they are laughing during rallies, says Priyanka Gandhi Vadra
"Even today they're busy with campaigning. They are laughing from the stages (at rallies). People are crying, screaming for help, seeking oxygen, beds, medicines, and you're going to huge rallies and laughing! How can you?" the Congress leader told ANI in an interview.
NHAI puts GPS-based tolling on fast-track, invite bids for consultant
The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has fast-tracked the plan to launch the GPS-based tolling with one of its subsidiaries floating a tender to engage a technical consultant to prepare the roadmap.
PIC: Arjun paints in isolation. fans react
Actor Arjun Rampal who recently contracted COVID-19, has been sharing glimpses of his quarantine life with fans on social media. He recently channeled his inner artist and shared a couple of pictures of himself painting on a canvas. While the pictures have now gone viral, netizens continue to wonder who’s behind Arjun’s perfect pictures as he is currently in isolation.
Man Utd chief Ed Woodward to step down at end of 2021
Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward, one of the leading figures in the breakaway European Super League project, will step down from his role at United at the end of 2021, the Premier League club said on Tuesday.
Taapsee on why she is on 'Toxic' Twitter
Taapsee Pannu who is known for being vocal about several issues on social media, called out Twitter as one of the most toxic platforms. However, she also shared what changed her mind amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic as she lauded netizens for helping each other online during the difficult times.
Siddhant pens a poem on covid-19 situation
Taking to his social media handle, Siddhant Chaturvedi penned and recited a soul-stirring on the current situation of the covid-19 surge in India. Siddharth captioned the post as, “Ek khayal aaya, Socha share karun, Guzarti Ambulance." He further added, 'My Notes.'