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 understand the hunger pangs. I began begging more to arrange whatever possible for these needy and helpless people. No one should sleep hungry.”
Actress Sushmita Sen recently said she diagnosed with a chronic illness called Addison’s Disease in 2014. Addison’s Disease occurs from a problem with the adrenal glands. It is triggered by primary adrenal insufficiency.
This Indian-American girl has been honoured by President Donald Trump for donating cookies to the nurses and firefighters and sending personalised greeting cards to healthcare workers.
“The idea that you automatically gain class by procuring money is an antiquated thinking process,” Sudha Murthy writes in her book.
With gender parity still a clear 167 years away, many are contemplating the trajectory encompassing women’s rights rises as the year proceeds.
“I believe by breaking age barriers; I helped PoSSUM recognise that younger children could offer just as much to their research”
The Period Products (Free Provision) (Scotland) Bill would constitute a legal obligation on the Scottish government to guarantee that period products are available free of cost “for anyone who requires them”.
The 22-year-old, Malala, posted a photograph on Instagram of herself and Thunberg sitting on a bench in a friendly pose with the caption, “Thank you, #gretathunberg”, with a heart emoji.
Storyteller Film’s Mayurica Biswas talks about her film A Big Little Murder which investigates India’s first high profile school killing, where a seven-year-old boy was found with his throat slit inside his school washroom.
Malik tweeted, “My heartiest congratulations on the commencement of new innings of a fresh tenure in @ParalympicIndia.” She expressed her gratitude on being trusted with the Presidentship. She is happy that they are welcoming an athlete-centric approach in para-sports in India.
49-year-old darts player Lisa Ashton becomes the first woman to win the PDC Tour Card from Q School. This grants her the opportunity to compete on the PDC tour for two years.