Los Angeles, March 26 (IANS) Singer John Legend has joked that he wants his daughter Luna to be more competitive while playing board games.
He recently joined Jimmy Fallon for an at-home version of "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon", where he gave the late night host an update on how he and wife Chrissy Teigen are doing while social distancing.
For the couple, finding ways to keep their children Luna, 3, and Miles, 22 months, has been the toughest part, reports eonline.com.
"We just are learning how hard it is to entertain them all day," he joked.
John also shared that he has been playing games with Luna.
"She's learning how to play (Hungry) Hungry Hippos and I realised that she's too nice when she plays games," he said.
"She does not want to win all the way. Like, she wants us to tie every time. I want her to be a little more competitive and I like that she's kind, but I don't want her to lose or tie and want me to feel better by winning or tying. So, we're working on that," he added.
By Rohit Vaid
New Delhi, Jan 24 (IANS) India's civil aviation industry professionals will be considered for anti-Covid vaccination during the second stage of the national inoculation drive.
The industry has played a crucial role in evacuation of millions and re-connecting supply chains to ferry essentials during the pandemic period.
The sector is considered as crucial for fast economic recovery, as air passengers' numbers rise and markets re-open.
The industry provides the solid logistical backend in supply of vaccines to various hubs and regional centres across the country.
In this context, the Ministry of Civil Aviation has written to the Health Ministry requesting that industry professionals be considered to be inoculated in the second phase.
Civil Aviation Ministry's Joint Secretary Usha Padhee said: "We have already submitted an application and requested the Ministry of Health to consider the airline and airport staff in the second stage of vaccination."
"Since, they are involved in travel and also in the vaccine movement, we will enumerate the number of people who interact directly with the public for the vaccination. We are pursuing it," Padhee told IANS.
Besides the ministry, the demand for vaccinating aviation professionals have been raised by the industry.
India launched the biggest vaccination drive in the world on January 16.
The programme is backed up by the country's comparative advantage of having the largest vaccine manufacturing capacity in the world and a rich experience of mass inoculation drives against polio and measles.
Currently, India plans to vaccinate around 300 million of its population by July 2021.
(Rohit Vaid can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org)