By: DR Arpita Hazarika The chief of army staff of India, General ManojPande completed his Bangladesh visit recently (from July 18 to July 20) as part of the “outstanding” bilateral defense relations between Bangladesh and India. General ManojPande was on his first trip abroad since taking over the post. First day of his visit, the […]
By: M Ahmad Childhood is the most fun and memorable time in anyone’s life. It’s the first stage of life which we enjoy in whatever way we like. Besides, this is the time that shapes up the future. The parents love and care for their children and the children to the same too. Moreover, it’s […]
By: Sahil Manzoor Kashmir valley is famous for its luscious, endowed, charming beauty. There are amazing facts about Kashmir valley that led some to compare it with paradise and rightly so. The valley is rich in several nature bestowed vegetation, springs, waterfalls, clear crystal water streams which flow from the lap of eminent mountains of […]
By: Dr. M. F. BAQUAL Silkworm which in Kashmiri is termed as ‘Paithkuim’ and scientifically ‘Bombyx Mori’ is an insect with a difference spitting silk thread which is woven into splendid fabrics.We all know that these fabrics are in turn sold to royal people thus ensuring flow of money from higher class to lower class. […]
By: Shahnaz Husain Toning of the skin is part of routine skin care. It usually follows cleansing and helps to complete the cleansing process, removing the last traces of dirt and pollutants. The main purpose of toning is to stimulate the skin, improving the circulation of blood to the skin surface. Toning refreshes and refines […]
World Health Organisation (WHO) has reported that 90% of our population is affected by hazardous air pollution. Air pollution impacts everyone's health, but children bear the maximum brunt of it.
By: Mool Raj As a father, I always had this effusive wish to frolic in an open meadow in India, accompanied by my 8-year-old daughter; in the same gleeful manner that my father did, a few decades ago. I still can vividly remember that after a long run with my father, the exertion would always […]
The option of downloading videos also helps students who can watch them offline without an Internet connection.
By: Vijay GarG Technology has, today, paved the way for online learning, and virtual classrooms. However, apart from Ed-tech platforms facilitating remote learning; what is notable is the growth of YouTube as an educational resource. The platform, which began in February 2005, was hugely popular primarily due to the entertainment content. While there were efforts […]
By: Kyaw Min Just over a year ago, General Min Aung Hlaing, the head of the armed forces, ousted the NLD government elected by Aung San Suu Kyi on allegations of electoral fraud. Democrats in Myanmar have been calling for the Civil Disobedience Movement’s (CDM) non-cooperation against the olive government since February 2. Although the […]
SAHIL MANZOOR Government has taken several initiatives to eradicate the shortage of vegetables and fruits during the winters. Due to health benefits and containing immense, rich nutrients, like vitamins, carbohydrates, fiber, etc. prior to the arrival of winters, vegetables are being kept on priority by the administration. A recent study by ‘Biodiversity of International Scientists in collaboration with the food […]
By: Dr Puneet Girdhar Attributing to manifold reasons, India is a home to a substantial number of cases of spinal deformities. The major causes include consanguinity, accidents, social violence, nutrition deficiency, tuberculosis, post-polio complications and congenital problems. Of all the deformities, scoliosis (S shaped side to side bending of the spine) is the most common […]