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When one door closes another door opens

When one door closes another door opens

When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one, which has been opened for usn– Helen Keller

By: Jaswinder Pal Sharma Most people are too attached to the past, to what they are familiar with, and therefore, miss opportunities that stand right in front of them. Doors may close, but there are, always, other unlimited number of doors – new opportunities. The world is full of opportunities, if we could only see […]

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Teaching: A Nobel profession

Teaching: A Nobel profession

By: Ghulam Mohammad Bhat Teaching is a noble profession characterized by responsibility, dedication, wisdom and dutifulness. Teachers do not only teach and impart knowledge but inspire and motivate students for life and engage them in a process of self-discovery and realization of truth. Teachers keep working to boost the confidence of students and straighten them […]

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Back pains and numbness can make your life numb

Back pains and numbness can make your life numb

By: Dr Arvind G Kulkarni Back pains may not be just pains, but can be life devastating pains. This 55 year old male, MrRamkumarShandilya, used to get small back pains and took a few medications to get him through the day. But this pain gradually started to increase more and more with time and the […]

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Awareness is the key in Management of Viral Hepatitis B,C

Awareness is the key in Management of Viral Hepatitis B,C

By: Dr SanjivSaigal Worldwide, 296 million people are living with Hepatitis B while 58 million people are living with hepatitis C. India has approximately 40 million chronically infected individuals with hepatitis B, constituting 3-4% of population prevalence. The population prevalence of Hepatitis C in India is approximately 1%. Common causes of hepatitis Viral hepatitis caused […]

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Nature Conservation: Our solutions are in nature

Nature Conservation: Our solutions are in nature

World Nature Conservation Day is observed every year on 28 July to recognize that a healthy environment is the foundation for a stable and productive society and future generations. Conservation of nature is the greatest virtue.

By: Satyawan Saurabh In nature, many species function in an ecosystem. Every organism makes some useful contribution to fulfill its own needs as well as to various other organisms in the environment. World Nature Conservation Day is observed every year on 28 July to recognize that a healthy environment is a foundation for a stable […]

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Monsoon care for your eyes

Monsoon care for your eyes

By: Dr. Parul M Sharma Be it the scorching heat of the summers or the humidity of monsoons, our eyes often become a casualty to the vagaries of the season, especially in today’s world of increased screen usage . Hence, they need extra care and protection during these times. Some of the common eye conditions […]

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Nanobots and robotic technology to improve the success rate of IVF

Nanobots and robotic technology to improve the success rate of IVF

By: Dr. Gunjan Gupta Govil With recent technical advancements made in the field of fertility treatment, the procedures of Artificial Reproductive Techniques (ART) have made humongous improvements in terms of success rates and safety. Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is a form of micro-assisted fertilisation process, one of the common IVF procedures performed clinically for over […]

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Commemorating the Kargil Vijay Diwas

Commemorating the Kargil Vijay Diwas

On 26th July every year, Kargil Vijay Diwas commemorates the Indian victory in Kargil in 1999 when Indian armed forces evicted the Pakistan Army personnel who had sneaked in and occupied mountain peaks on our territory. It celebrates the bravery of Indian soldiers who prevailed against all odds, and at a great cost. 527 officers […]

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Why is the status of daughters not changing in India?

Why is the status of daughters not changing in India?

By: Priyanka Saurabh Indian families consider it very important to have at least one son. But daughters decide the condition and direction of the society and the country. Without which no picture is complete, neither home, nor family, nor society, nor country. Perhaps there will still be such people in society who would have killed […]

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Can Assam CM’s upcoming Bangladesh visit take the Indo-Bangla-Assam ties to new heights?

Can Assam CM’s upcoming Bangladesh visit take the Indo-Bangla-Assam ties to new heights?

By: John Rozario Assam CM Himanta Sarma plans to visit Bangladesh to strengthen ties. Off course, Assam CM’s upcoming Bangladesh visit can take the Indo-Bangla-Assam ties to new heights. There is no doubt regarding that. Basically, the visit is very necessary at this time. Bangladesh-India basically Northeast India will benefit from the visit. India’s Assam […]