With their summer wedding cancelled, Jennifer is ‘a little heartbroken’ but is hoping that God has better things in store for her and Alex. She said, “I’m a little heartbroken because we did have some great plans but I’m also like, you know what? God has a bigger plan so we just have to wait and see. Maybe it’s going to be better. I have to believe that it will be.” … [Read more...] about ‘I’m a little heartbroken’: Jennifer Lopez on summer wedding with Alex Rodriguez getting postponed due to Covid-19
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Based on 'Chhota Bheem', this TV show about a super-strong toddler, Little Bheem and his curiosities that take us on the adventures of his life. Set in a small town of India ‘Mighty Little Bheem’ will surely give you a complete dose of cuteness and entertainment. … [Read more...] about These Top 5 children’s TV shows bring back summer vacation nostalgia!
"This small child doesn't know that the bedsheet with which he is playing is the shroud of his mother who has gone into eternal sleep. This mother died of hunger and thirst after being on a train for four days. Who is responsible for these deaths on trains? Shouldn't the opposition ask uncomfortable questions?" tweeted Yadav. … [Read more...] about Migrant crisis: Baby tries to wake dead mother at Bihar station
Do not use up any money you may have received at the time of lay-off to repay a low-cost loan like a home loan. A high-cost loan like credit card debt should be repaid at the earliest. If you make several enquiries for loans from many lenders, that will have an adverse impact on your credit score. A collateralised loan like gold loan will be cheaper than a personal loan. Use a top-up on your home loan to pay off other high-cost debt. Stocks may be available in the markets at mouth-watering valuations, but you should not bet on them in your situation. Knock off frivolous expenditures that you can do without. … [Read more...] about How to manage your finances after job loss
A disruption of nature, a pandemic is certainly not without human intervention. It is redolent of the world of classical Greek tragedy, where hostile nature rains retribution on hapless humanity. But being modern entails human agency: we are no longer passive sufferers but enforcers of tragedy; a Macbeth rather than an Oedipus, who caused an epidemic without being aware of it. The pandemic and its human response, the lockdown, has been embroiled in intense political decisions. The sharpest image has been that of the bloodied, pus-filled feet of the thousands of migrant workers who have walked home. Many have died on the way. The pandemic has traumatized a homeward turn. To those to who have a home, and those who can reach there. … [Read more...] about Essay: On the future of reading and writing under the shadow of the pandemic by Saikat Majumdar