Shonakshi Chakravarty


'Shonakshi Chakravarty' - 18 News Result(s)

  • "Protecting The Protectors": Keeping Haryana's Women COVID Warriors Safe

    "Protecting The Protectors": Keeping Haryana's Women COVID Warriors Safe

    Several women workers are at the forefront in the battle against the highly contagious novel coronavirus. These women, mostly from rural India, have been working relentlessly with the government, going door-to-door to create awareness.

  • Meet The Pune Man Who Spent His Wedding Fund To Help Migrants

    Meet The Pune Man Who Spent His Wedding Fund To Help Migrants

    Last few weeks have been tough for Akshay Kothawale, a 30-year-old auto-rickshaw driver in Pune, who has been applauded on social media for providing food to those in economic distress amid the coronavirus lockdown.

  • 2 Delhi Aid Workers Raise Money For Migrants, Send 100 Home In A Week

    2 Delhi Aid Workers Raise Money For Migrants, Send 100 Home In A Week

    Last week, Rohit Kumar, a teacher based in Delhi, send an appeal on social media for help to arrange a bus to send helpless migrants back to their villages in neighbouring Uttar Pradesh. Within a few days since he made the appeal, Mr Kumar was able to raise four lakh rupees' and able to send 100 migrant workers home. Rohithas started two initiative...

  • 2 Restaurateurs' Small Act Of Feeding 30 Migrants Grows To 6,000 Families

    2 Restaurateurs' Small Act Of Feeding 30 Migrants Grows To 6,000 Families

    Contract workers have had to face the brunt of the coronavirus lockdown with industries closing and contractors abandoning them. And while the food and beverage industry is one such sector severely impacted, a restaurateur, a British man living in Delhi whose own business was affected turned this into an opportunity and has raised close to Rs 2 cro...

  • Delhi Twins, Class 11 Students, Raise Money For Hazmat Suits, PPE Kits

    Delhi Twins, Class 11 Students, Raise Money For Hazmat Suits, PPE Kits

    As the country fights coronavirus, several people have stepped up to help healthcare workers fighting the disease from the frontlines. When Delhi twins Veer Ojas and Manya Anandi learnt about a shortage of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers, they decided to do something about it.

  • A Village In Andhra Pradesh Mass Produces PPEs. 200 Women Run Unit

    A Village In Andhra Pradesh Mass Produces PPEs. 200 Women Run Unit

    At a time when personal protective equipment (PPE) for health workers and others on the frontline of the coronavirus fight is in huge demand, a village is Andhra Pradesh is producing thousands a day.

  • South Delhi Residents' Body Forms Support System For Senior Citizens Amid Lockdown

    South Delhi Residents' Body Forms Support System For Senior Citizens Amid Lockdown

    Senior citizens across the country have been confined to their homes amid the lockdown to tackle the spread of coronavirus with some of them having no caretakers or means to get essential supplies. To tackle this, many NGOs, social trusts and community welfare groups are doing their bits at different places to support the elderly.

  • Government Issues Telemedicine Practice Guidelines For Doctors

    Government Issues Telemedicine Practice Guidelines For Doctors

    The Medical Council of India has permitted the practice through telemedicine by its registered medical practitioners, giving a significant relief to doctors and patients alike in the current scenario of coronavirus.

  • 'I Do' In Lockdown: Delhi-Mumbai Couple's Virtual Wedding On Zoom Call

    'I Do' In Lockdown: Delhi-Mumbai Couple's Virtual Wedding On Zoom Call

    When Preet Singh and Neet Kaur met on an online portal a year ago, little did they know they'd hit it off instantly nor did they see it coming that over the next 12 months, they'd become best friends and get married on the internet. Preet Singh is a merchant navy officer based in Mumbai and Neet Kaur is based in Delhi.

  • Blog: 5 Days Of Blood, Bodies And My First Visit To A Mortuary In Delhi

    Blog: 5 Days Of Blood, Bodies And My First Visit To A Mortuary In Delhi

    It was Monday, February 24, when I was told by my assignment desk to track the family of a cop who was killed in the violence that erupted in Delhi over the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA).

  • Delhi, Centre Will Work Together To Fight Coronavirus: Arvind Kejriwal

    Delhi, Centre Will Work Together To Fight Coronavirus: Arvind Kejriwal

    Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan today chaired a meeting with Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal and top officials to take stock of the preparedness to deal with the coronavirus outbreak.

  • Coronavirus Spread Dampens Holi, Leaders To Stay Away From Celebrations

    Coronavirus Spread Dampens Holi, Leaders To Stay Away From Celebrations

    The outbreak of the highly contagious Novel Coronavirus or COVID-19 has not only led to widespread preventive measures in the country but also political leaders calling off celebration plans of the spring festival of Holi.

  • "He Was Getting Food For Children": Brother Of Man Dead In Delhi Clashes

    "He Was Getting Food For Children": Brother Of Man Dead In Delhi Clashes

    As clashes escalated in northeast Delhi on Monday over citizenship law protests, seven people were killed. Among them was a father who had gone to buy food for his children.

  • "Current Laga Diya": AAP Candidate's Dig At Amit Shah Over Shaheen Bagh

    "Current <i>Laga Diya</i>": AAP Candidate's Dig At Amit Shah Over Shaheen Bagh

    Aam Aadmi Party's Amanatullah Khan, who won by the second largest mandate of 71,000 votes over his closest rival, the BJP's Braham Singh, had a ready quip when asked about the results. "Okhla ki janta ne current laga diya, (the people of Okhla have given an electric shock)," he said, referring to Amit Shah's recent advice to the people of Delhi.

  • Long Voter Queues At Delhi's Shaheen Bagh, Epicentre Of Anti-CAA Campaign

    Long Voter Queues At Delhi's Shaheen Bagh, Epicentre Of Anti-CAA Campaign

    At Shaheen Bagh, which became the nucleus of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) versus BJP battle for the Delhi election, voting took place on Saturday amid heavy security. Long queues were seen at polling stations in Shaheen Bagh, which has been in the headlines for the massive anti-citizenship law protest, featuring mainly women and children, for nearly t...

'Shonakshi Chakravarty' - 51 Video Result(s)

'Shonakshi Chakravarty' - 18 News Result(s)

  • "Protecting The Protectors": Keeping Haryana's Women COVID Warriors Safe

    "Protecting The Protectors": Keeping Haryana's Women COVID Warriors Safe

    Several women workers are at the forefront in the battle against the highly contagious novel coronavirus. These women, mostly from rural India, have been working relentlessly with the government, going door-to-door to create awareness.

  • Meet The Pune Man Who Spent His Wedding Fund To Help Migrants

    Meet The Pune Man Who Spent His Wedding Fund To Help Migrants

    Last few weeks have been tough for Akshay Kothawale, a 30-year-old auto-rickshaw driver in Pune, who has been applauded on social media for providing food to those in economic distress amid the coronavirus lockdown.

  • 2 Delhi Aid Workers Raise Money For Migrants, Send 100 Home In A Week

    2 Delhi Aid Workers Raise Money For Migrants, Send 100 Home In A Week

    Last week, Rohit Kumar, a teacher based in Delhi, send an appeal on social media for help to arrange a bus to send helpless migrants back to their villages in neighbouring Uttar Pradesh. Within a few days since he made the appeal, Mr Kumar was able to raise four lakh rupees' and able to send 100 migrant workers home. Rohithas started two initiative...

  • 2 Restaurateurs' Small Act Of Feeding 30 Migrants Grows To 6,000 Families

    2 Restaurateurs' Small Act Of Feeding 30 Migrants Grows To 6,000 Families

    Contract workers have had to face the brunt of the coronavirus lockdown with industries closing and contractors abandoning them. And while the food and beverage industry is one such sector severely impacted, a restaurateur, a British man living in Delhi whose own business was affected turned this into an opportunity and has raised close to Rs 2 cro...

  • Delhi Twins, Class 11 Students, Raise Money For Hazmat Suits, PPE Kits

    Delhi Twins, Class 11 Students, Raise Money For Hazmat Suits, PPE Kits

    As the country fights coronavirus, several people have stepped up to help healthcare workers fighting the disease from the frontlines. When Delhi twins Veer Ojas and Manya Anandi learnt about a shortage of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers, they decided to do something about it.

  • A Village In Andhra Pradesh Mass Produces PPEs. 200 Women Run Unit

    A Village In Andhra Pradesh Mass Produces PPEs. 200 Women Run Unit

    At a time when personal protective equipment (PPE) for health workers and others on the frontline of the coronavirus fight is in huge demand, a village is Andhra Pradesh is producing thousands a day.

  • South Delhi Residents' Body Forms Support System For Senior Citizens Amid Lockdown

    South Delhi Residents' Body Forms Support System For Senior Citizens Amid Lockdown

    Senior citizens across the country have been confined to their homes amid the lockdown to tackle the spread of coronavirus with some of them having no caretakers or means to get essential supplies. To tackle this, many NGOs, social trusts and community welfare groups are doing their bits at different places to support the elderly.

  • Government Issues Telemedicine Practice Guidelines For Doctors

    Government Issues Telemedicine Practice Guidelines For Doctors

    The Medical Council of India has permitted the practice through telemedicine by its registered medical practitioners, giving a significant relief to doctors and patients alike in the current scenario of coronavirus.

  • 'I Do' In Lockdown: Delhi-Mumbai Couple's Virtual Wedding On Zoom Call

    'I Do' In Lockdown: Delhi-Mumbai Couple's Virtual Wedding On Zoom Call

    When Preet Singh and Neet Kaur met on an online portal a year ago, little did they know they'd hit it off instantly nor did they see it coming that over the next 12 months, they'd become best friends and get married on the internet. Preet Singh is a merchant navy officer based in Mumbai and Neet Kaur is based in Delhi.

  • Blog: 5 Days Of Blood, Bodies And My First Visit To A Mortuary In Delhi

    Blog: 5 Days Of Blood, Bodies And My First Visit To A Mortuary In Delhi

    It was Monday, February 24, when I was told by my assignment desk to track the family of a cop who was killed in the violence that erupted in Delhi over the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA).

  • Delhi, Centre Will Work Together To Fight Coronavirus: Arvind Kejriwal

    Delhi, Centre Will Work Together To Fight Coronavirus: Arvind Kejriwal

    Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan today chaired a meeting with Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal and top officials to take stock of the preparedness to deal with the coronavirus outbreak.

  • Coronavirus Spread Dampens Holi, Leaders To Stay Away From Celebrations

    Coronavirus Spread Dampens Holi, Leaders To Stay Away From Celebrations

    The outbreak of the highly contagious Novel Coronavirus or COVID-19 has not only led to widespread preventive measures in the country but also political leaders calling off celebration plans of the spring festival of Holi.

  • "He Was Getting Food For Children": Brother Of Man Dead In Delhi Clashes

    "He Was Getting Food For Children": Brother Of Man Dead In Delhi Clashes

    As clashes escalated in northeast Delhi on Monday over citizenship law protests, seven people were killed. Among them was a father who had gone to buy food for his children.

  • "Current Laga Diya": AAP Candidate's Dig At Amit Shah Over Shaheen Bagh

    "Current <i>Laga Diya</i>": AAP Candidate's Dig At Amit Shah Over Shaheen Bagh

    Aam Aadmi Party's Amanatullah Khan, who won by the second largest mandate of 71,000 votes over his closest rival, the BJP's Braham Singh, had a ready quip when asked about the results. "Okhla ki janta ne current laga diya, (the people of Okhla have given an electric shock)," he said, referring to Amit Shah's recent advice to the people of Delhi.

  • Long Voter Queues At Delhi's Shaheen Bagh, Epicentre Of Anti-CAA Campaign

    Long Voter Queues At Delhi's Shaheen Bagh, Epicentre Of Anti-CAA Campaign

    At Shaheen Bagh, which became the nucleus of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) versus BJP battle for the Delhi election, voting took place on Saturday amid heavy security. Long queues were seen at polling stations in Shaheen Bagh, which has been in the headlines for the massive anti-citizenship law protest, featuring mainly women and children, for nearly t...

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