Friday, January 28, 2022


Covid cuts sleep-hours of working moms, raise workload

Working mothers in the country are now sleeping for only 5.50 hours per day as compared to 6.50 hours every day on average in pre-Covid era (before 2020), a reduction of about 17 per cent.

Greece further extends coronavirus lockdown

The second lockdown in Greece amidst the pandemic started on November 7, 2020, and was initially scheduled to end on November 30, reports Xinhua news agency.

‘Covid-19 lockdown increased conflicts between parents, kids’

According to Debjani Banerjee Faculty- Sociology and Social & Cultural Anthropology( CBSE and IBDP), Shiv Nadar School, Gurugram, while the lockdown has been challenging for everyone

North Korea’s Kim orders 80-day ‘battle’ to boost economy

Mandatory mass mobilisation drives, featuring extra-long work hours and additional duties, are commonplace in North Korea in the lead-up to major events.

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