Adeem Tangu, from Pasighat, Arunachal Pradesh said, “Small towns like mine doesn’t even have a single ICU. Luckily we don’t have any positive cases here.”
Wearing the traditional khaki uniform with a surgical mask and a pair of gloves for protection, Indumathi is barely recognisable but fulfilling her duty around Anna Nagar, Chennai.
I will book a flight to Kolkata once things blow over a bit but unfortunately, the current scenario is dreadful and daunting and it would be hard for me to rightly predict when I will be going home- Debasmita Sarkar
I sat inside listening to the howling winds and rattling windows and doors. Heavy objects went flying, there were sounds of things breaking, and fibre roof tops were being ripped off.
“After two months, I am training outdoors and it is a very nice feeling to experience the air while running on the track. For a track athlete, there is no better feeling than this. At the same time I am also experiencing an unusual feeling.”
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If you are the ones who are itching to book the next waxing or trimming session, try to pause and accept the situation. You might as well embrace these majestic strands because they are not going anywhere.
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