It feels amazing to be back. I apologize for not posting. High school just started a few weeks back and it took me a while to get things settled for the virtual school year.
There were many topics that I wished to discuss in these past few weeks like Independence Day, Dhoni’s Retirement, and my experience of virtual learning. Unfortunately, time flies by and another alarming issue came up that I would like to discuss today.
The FATE of CSK!
Read More to learn about the critical situation that Chennai Super Kings is in at the moment and my predictions of their journey in IPL 2020!
Dates have been confirmed for the upcoming IPL 2020 in UAE. Now that matches are turned to the middle east country, IPL teams and sports channels are changing their predictions and strategies of what might happen in this year’s edition of the IPL.
In this blog post, I want to talk about some of the reasons why UAE was chosen for this year’s IPL and some of the history that they have between each other in the past years.
Given that 2020 has became an adventurous year, I want to write this blog post on something that isn’t super serious or just another current event. I want to ask you all some interesting questions that you might have not thought off before.
Read More to learn about these 11 questions and that there are some things in our lives that we can’t control.
There has been over 700 Tamil Nadu fisherman who are currently stuck in the Western Asian country of Iran. This foreign issue of stranded fisherman has been dragging ever since the beginning of the lockdown.
The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Edappadi Palanisamy, has made some moves on bringing these hard-working people back to India.
Continue Reading to learn more about the struggles that are being faced by these fisherman along with the current negotiations between Tamil Nadu and Iran.
The coronavirus is spreading all over the world where India went up to the 3rd spot on the list of most number of coronavirus cases. Breaking down the cases inside India, the southern state of Tamil Nadu holds the 2nd most number of cases in the country.
Although these statistics look very frightening for those in Tamil Nadu, some districts in the state have been relaxed from the curfew where everything has come back to normal.
Read More to learn about the relaxations in Tamil Nadu and how this can have a negative impact on the people.
A few weeks back, on Why is India Incapable of Stopping The Coronavirus?, I wrote about how The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) stated that the coronavirus cases in India won’t reach its peak until mid-November.
Whether this is true or not, I want to speak about a breakthrough we might be seeing in the near future. Read More to learn about the vaccine that the ICMR is working on and how it will be ready by August 15th.
Out of the many national days that have come up this year so far, I believe that this one is such an important day to point out due to the coronavirus pandemic. This has been a year where many doctors have sacrificed their lives for this virus and have portrayed their ability to be fearless.
On this day of July 1st, I want to speak to you about the history of a person who influenced the Indian Government to celebrate this national day on this particular day. Also, I will discuss the special theme that was released for this Doctors Day in India.
This is a post that I never expected to happen in my lifetime. I am making my 100th blog post on Top Tamil Talk and I want to approach this post a little differently.
Instead of discussing something about current events that happens in Tamil Nadu (or India as a whole), I want to talk a little bit about me as a person and the motivations that made me write this blog.
I just realized a few days ago that I didn’t make a welcome post where I want to make this 100th blog post to reveal who I am and why I am doing this.
A few weeks ago, we discussed the topic of Lockdown 5.0 and how some of the implications were such a disaster for the country. India is racing up the list on the global scale for the most number of coronavirus cases and the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, is thinking of another curfew, the 6th one, for the country.
Read More to learn about what Narendra Modi might say in his address and a little history on Mann Ki Baat, the radio show that the Prime Minister will be speaking in tomorrow.
As a student myself, I feel that the points covered in this blog should be shared with ALL students out there that are currently participating in virtual classes.
Although some of these points may seem straightforward, I feel that these fundamental ideas are the ones that break the study habits of students during these tough times.
Tomorrow, June 21st, will be the 6th time when people around the world will celebrate International Day of Yoga.
Keep reading to learn more about the person who suggested this International day to the United Nations and how it started in 2015. Also, you will read about some of the importances and benefits of practicing yoga on a regular basis.
In a recent election, India was elected as a non-permanent member of the Security Council where they will serve as the President for the 15 UN body in the month of August 2021. India was able to win 184 votes from the 192 countries that voted.
Read More to find out why this astonishing victory was not so surprising along with looking at some of the history of India serving in the United Nations.
When we covered some of the updates about the T20 Cricket World Cup for 2020, we looked into the factors (like time and place) of hosting the World Cup this year amongst the coronavirus. About a day ago, a new update has been released from the Cricket Board Chairman about the likeliness of hosting the tournament in this critical stage where many countries are still under lockdown.
If you haven’t read our previous blog post about some of the updates on the T20 World Cup, click on this link below.
Reasons Why T20 World Cup In Australia Will Not Happen This Year?
India has been climbing the ladder in terms of the most number of coronavirus cases in the world. Starting from about 16th place at the time of March, the virus began to spread so vigorously that the country is currently in 4th place.
Research now states that a populated country like India would only hit its peak in mid-November. Read more to learn about how India is struggling to keep up with the lockdown and the lack of medical facilities to support the affected people.
In recent years, the concept of public bike sharing has become more common in urban areas of developed countries. Now that the coronavirus has brought the practice of social distancing, the city of Chennai (capital city of Tamil Nadu) brought up a bike sharing program in order to fight this health crisis. Read more to learn about this program that the capital city will be implementing and some of the flaws that this might prevail in the near future.
Regarding the statistics for the coronavirus count in India, the total number of people who have been infected with the coronavirus has surpassed 267,000. As for the death count, 7,466 people have died in India. Specifically in Tamil Nadu, the numbers of confirmed cases has reached a count of 31,667 confirmed cases in the state where 269 people have died.
If you read our previous blog on gas prices in Tamil Nadu on Coronavirus: How Gas Prices Reacted Differently in Tamil Nadu?, then you would know how gas prices in the southern state has not changed a decimal point since the beginning of the lockdown on March 24th. Read more to learn about how these prices will be affected now that relaxations are being implemented in lockdown 5.0.
Out of the many struggles and new challenges that are being faced by the Indian people due to the curfew from the coronavirus, I covered some of the issues that banks in India are facing. Today, I will be covering some of the issues with education and how the school system will be affected due to this lockdown. Read more to learn about how many parts of the education will change in India as a result of the health crisis.
As the country continues to be under lockdown, India finds itself in a very tough spot as they economy is slowly sinking, many people are losing their jobs, and the virus is spreading vigorously. Now, banks are facing a money situation in the Supreme Court regarding waiving interest. Read more to learn about the ongoing Supreme Court case and how a wrong decision couly typically bury the Indian people with debt.