It is an understatement to say that not many people are feeling particularly lucky at this moment but the truth is we are all fortunate to live in this particular age.
An employee of the railway police, Sunil Kumar, a resident of Chandni Chowk, said that supply chains have been affected due to the lockdown.
In fact, in these times of fake WhatsApp forwards, dissemination of correct information by the print media is even more essential.
Tahira said she had no "agenda" to start the story series, but in the current unprecedented situation, everyone is doing their bit to align themselves "towards the positive aspect of life."
To help them, state-owned Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education (KITE) in association with SCERT has come up with a special program, 'Vadikala Santhoshangal'.
The woman has been staying near the railway station for many days and begged to get food.
Many of the are reaching out to city and town outskirts and villages to get alcohol as it is difficult in the heart of the city following the presence of policemen in a sizeable number of the streets.
City-based psychiatrists are saying withdrawal symptoms are starting to create problems for the habitual drinker.
In a strongly-worded statement, the Guild said blaming the media at this juncture can only undermine the current work being done by it under trying circumstances.
Students pursuing BSc, MSc, MPhil and PhD in Computer Science in the university are using the virtual lab for their practical assignments during the lockdown.
Software like Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Skype and instant messengers are enabling the Gurus to walk into the new territory of technology to fulfil requirements during the modern-day crisis.
Sudip Dalei, Ranjit Patra, Kamal Kishan Mandal and Bapu Adi, who reached Bhubaneswar on Thursday, said they are neither tired of walking nor angry with PM Modi.
As roads to most of the villages have been blocked with barricades, police patrol vans can not enter the area and verify gathering at the feast point in the villages.
They have started playing songs to entertain people as well as spread awareness on coronavirus in urban and rural areas of the district.
Sources said that hundreds of fishermen from Balasore and Bhadrak districts as well as Andhra Pradesh were in deep sea catching fish when the Government announced the lockdown on March 22.