The pandemic and the restrictions it has imposed has altered the way many industries function at large. One of the many fields that have had to reform itself is the Arts Industry. The result has come to show that changes come with consequences, and they are seldom black or white.
The sporting industry has been one of the worst affected due to the global pandemic, with a dip in viewership, a loss of investment and a lack of willingness by players to resume training. As fans remain apprehensive about the future of their favourite sports, players and managers prepare themselves for new safety regulations, along with the atmosphere of isolation that will surround games in the future.
The world is paralysed, the driving force of the economies is running low on fuel. The irony? We now have a surplus of oil. With the oil markets crashing as a consequence of an ominous venture of the novel coronavirus, this article expands on the debilitating condition of oil industries during the pandemic and its global impact that has stranded the oil-dependent countries in uncertain waters.
As most of the world is facing a lockdown, some people do not have access to most basic necessities.
We take a look at some initiatives taken by MAHE students and alumni, who are fighting against this consequence of the pandemic by organising fundraisers, providing food and sanitation to the needy, and much more.
Following three consecutive disasters that put Kerala’s disaster management model to the test, the coastal state now stands firm in its battle against the ongoing pandemic. The fine tuning of the model, coupled with a united front by the people of the state, continues to stand as an excellent example for the rest of the country to follow.
During this quarantine period, it can be difficult to come up with activities to keep ourselves busy and motivated throughout the day. Here we have compiled a list of skills, with resources and quotes from professionals, that beginners in the field can take up at home, while staying safe and healthy.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology recently organised an international virtual Hackathon to tackle the major problems related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Two teams with students hailing from Manipal Institute of Technology placed first in their respective tracks by building innovative solutions and tackling real-world problems effectively.