China won 107 gold medals and 239 medals in total in the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games, ranking first on both gold medal and total medal tables for the 4th consecutive time. The Chinese wheelchair curling team also won the first-ever Winter Paralympic gold medal in the 2018 PyeongChang Games. … [Read more...] about China Paralympic teams called up for 2020 Tokyo, 2022 Beijing Games
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The Covid-19 outbreak has disrupted people’s lives around the globe. Parents should try helping their children sail through this dark phase peacefully and calmly. It is essential for parents to remain patient and look after the needs of their children. This will result in strengthening of their relationship and also enable them to work together as a team. Parents should involve children in various household activities instead of criticising them for not doing anything. It is important and advisable for parents to attentively listen to their children and talk to them about things in a very constructive and optimistic manner. Make it a point to never overreact to anything annoying that the child might say or do. Try and build the child’s confidence by rewarding them for little achievements. However, make sure it’s not a bribe . Meditation and yogic exercises will also help. A parent is the only force that can help a child develop a positive attitude towards life. … [Read more...] about Our Take:‘In a lockdown, set joy, creativity free in children’
The idea behind the challenge is to get the user change their name ‘twice’ on Instagram with a prank and replace it with their favourite food item. However, what’s more gripping is that those who fell for this prank are unaware of the catch here i.e. you can’t change it back for another two weeks. So several users are now stuck with user names such as Lasagne, Chicken Biryani, Butter Chicken, Chilli Chicken, Momos, among other hilarious names. … [Read more...] about Chicken Biryani, Lasagne and Momos: Here’s why Instagrammers are changing their username
Fatih Tutak |Turk Fatih Tutak,Istanbul“We will offer small cards indicating that the tables are sanitized and hand gel, allowing the guests to disinfect their hands when seated. We will start to move away from physical materials, there will be no printed menus, we will provide a QR code to ensure that all guests have access to the menus from here. We will be using more simple techniques, handling the food less, but retaining the highest attention to detail. We want to prepare dishes that can be eaten by hand. … [Read more...] about Shorter menus, hampers and a drink on the house: Dining in the post-virus era
Mahindra tweeted that he may have a “serious meltdown” if he receives one more invitation to a webinar. He then added, “Is it possible to petition for banishing this word from the dictionary even though it was a relatively recent entrant??” … [Read more...] about Anand Mahindra asks for customised versions of the word webinar. People oblige and how!