Day: May 1, 2020

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How is everyone coping without sports in their lives? Once you’ve read about the cancellation of all major sports events due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, and seen the reactions from the managers, players, and sports organizations, what is left for the billions of fans across the globe? The world still turns, albeit with less drama, less diversion, and less color in it. For many, a world without sports is monochrome.

Perhaps the more pertinent question is: If we only fully notice something like sports when they’re gone, what can this period without them tell us about ourselves and our heroes? What can we learn about our relationship with sports that could help us going forward, once the crisis has passed?

Sports fulfill different roles for different people, and the current hiatus affects us all in different ways. I now understand just how much rhythm soccer provided to my weekly


The first train carrying some 1,200 from Kerala to Bhubaneswar, in Odisha, has been scheduled to start from Aluva near Ernakulam on Friday evening. Several hundreds of migrants from Perumbavur, which is the hub of such workers in the State, have lined up in queues without following the social distancing norms to register for the journey.


The State government said that the relevant authorities were prepared to organise such a trip and had swung into action after receiving the order from the Ministry of Home Affairs. There are 360,000 guest workers staying in 20,826 camps at present. Most want to go back to their hometowns. Most of them are from Bengal, Assam, Odisha, Bihar and UP.


State Minister for Revenue and Housing, E Chandrasekharan, told Business Standard that as per the Central government’s order, around 1,200 guest workers will be sent to


As the nationwide lockdown enters its third month, farmers have been at the receiving end with frayed supply chains, problems in harvesting their rabi produce and a sharp drop in demand as people stay indoors.


A disruption in means that the arrival of commodities across the nation’s main mandis remained a cause of concern.



Data from agrmarket.gov.in shows that in April 2020, the all India average wholesale price of major commodities showed a mixed trend as compared to same month of 2019.


While the average wholesale price of wheat, mustard, tomatoes and bananas was lower than last year; that of potatoes and onions was more than April 2019.


One reason for mandi prices of some commodities being higher than last year could be that their supplies were less than last year, which means that though