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Lockdown effect: Saumya Tandon gets back to writing

Expressing her thoughts through poetic verse has been a way of life for Saumya Tandon since she was six. In fact the poetry she wrote till the age of 16 was also published and nominated for the Modi Young Writers’ National Award. But somehow, in adulthood, she could not find the time to explore it further because of work commitments.

Keep calm and cook on!

srinidhi.gopalakrishnan@hindustantimes.comThe outbreak of Covid-19 has brought life as we know it to a standstill, but as they say, every cloud has a silver lining. With restrictions on movement, now is the best time for one to hone skills, pursue hobbies or work out indoors. And what better way to enjoy being home than relishing some lip-smacking, home-cooked meals.

Take these essential health measures to fight the coronavirus pandemic

It’s almost the beginning of the second quarter of 2020, and all the headlines have been seized by the novel coronavirus. Due to the unprecedented speed of its spread, it has affected thousands of people and created a worldwide panic. There is no proper cure of the novel coronavirus and doctors and researchers are keep on finding and learning new things about it. It generally doesn’t show any initial symptoms and it will take up to 2 weeks to notice any symptoms.

Chris Evert: Tennis queen in the 1970s, ‘80s

Counted among the greatest tennis players , this winner of 18 Grand Slams titles has been ranked an all-time fifth best performer in women’s singles. She holds the record of an 89.97% victory percentage – the highest in singles (among men & women) – during the sport’s Open Era. She also topped the Women Tennis Association year-ending rankings several times.