Even as I hear the dying cry of George Floyd gasping, ‘I can’t breathe!’ I wonder who it is that cannot breathe? Is it the black minority that gasps under the weight of a white majority? Or is it the white majority that sees African Americans enjoying their same freedom, and are stifled with anger, struggling to accept the equality, the law has given them?

Scholarship 1: Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research Senior Research Fellowship 2020

Description: Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh invites applications for Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research Senior Research Fellowship 2020 from students having a Master's degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences. This fellowship is meant for the Biotechnology Industry Research Assist Council (BIRAC) under the Department of Biotechnology (DBT) funded project under Dr Smita Pattanaik, Additional Professor, Dept. of Pharmacology.

Eligibility: The fellowship is open for candidates who hold a first-class master's degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences from a recognised university. They must have two years of relevant research experience and must fulfil the upper age limit as per GOI rules.

Scholarship Name 1: Department of Civil Engineering Junior Research Fellowship 2020

Description: The Department of Civil Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee invites applications for Department of Civil Engineering Junior Research Fellowship 2020 from ME/ MTech students.

Eligibility: The fellowship is open for students who hold an ME/MTech degree in Structural Engineering/ Computational Mechanics/ Mechanical Engineering. They must be GATE qualified.

“You know something,” whispered Democracy, sitting at the Lincoln Memorial, and looking ruefully at Autocracy and Monarchy, “I feel small, insignificant and very inadequate at this moment in time!”

With domestic flights scheduled to start on Monday, what airline officials, and their Call Centre employees are learning is, most people have forgotten how to fly, “What do I carry with me?” asked a former frequent flyer.

“Your baggage sir!” said the call center employee pleasantly.