Letter to the editor: SAARC-The 19th Summit
Sir, I would like to express my deep concern regarding SAARC Summit through the medium of your esteemed daily newspaper. SAARC-South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation- is an organization of Eight Countries including India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Maldives and Afghanistan who joined the organization in 2007 having permanent Head Quarter at Kathmandu, Nepal […]
WHAT A KASHMIRI DESIRES WALKING INTO A NEW YEAR
By: Dr Adil Rasool Malik “We will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called opportunity and its first chapter is New Year’s Day.” – Edith Lovejoy Pierce New beginnings always comes with new hopes, new dreams, new desires and new […]
Can China win back global opinion before the Winter Olympics? Does it even want to?
By: Jennifer Y.J. Hsu The Beijing Winter Olympics are only weeks away and China has been forced on the defensive by a diplomatic boycott called by the US, UK, Australia and other western countries. There had been pressure for Western governments to announce a boycott for months over the Chinese party-state’s treatment of the Uyghurs […]
Rare praise from Pakistan is recognition of Bangladesh’s surprising success story
By: Pathik Hasan Bangladesh got its independence from Pakistan in 1971 after a bloody struggle. Pakistan had been exploiting then East Pakistan systematically and Islamabad’s economy was built on the money of the Bengali-majority areas. However, the newly independent nation of Bangladesh came into existence under the charismatic leadership of its great founding father Bangabandhu […]
Cervical cancer can be prevented in more than 90% of the cases
Though majority of the HPV infections are asymptotic and automatically clears out from the immune system within sometime, but persistent infections may lead to certain pre-cancerous changes in the cervix which may gradually progress into cervical cancer. As the protection from HPV is long lasting, timely administration is must and should be provided in the […]
Lawmakers or Law-breakers
Letter to the Editor
Sir, I would like to express my deep concern regarding the issue of ‘Lawmakers or lawbreakers’ through the medium of your esteemed daily newspaper. Past is not retrievable but provides good insights for the future if one is willing to learn from mistakes. However our politicians tend to do exactly the opposite. They never seem […]
Lifestyle aspects to sustain joint replacement surgeries!
The prevalence of joint pain is not new and uncommon these days as a higher proportion of the young and middle-aged population have been spotted in this limelight. While COVID has been a major threat to overall health, yet people affected with the infection have been immobilized for long either due to home quarantine or […]
Spinal infections are rare but complex spinal deformity
By: Dr Satnam Singh Chabra Spinal infections are the rare infections which occur in or around the spine region of the body. It is one rare condition which can lead to the permanent damage of the spinal cord of a person. It involves the intervertebral disc space, the vertebral bones, the spinal canal, or the […]
Living donor liver transplant providing new lease of life to liver failure patients
By: Prof (Dr.) Subhash Gupta It is important to note that there is a huge burden of liver diseases in our country, and for those who develop end-stage liver disease, the only definitive treatment is liver transplant. However, there is a huge scarcity of brain-dead organ donors in our country due to lack of awareness. […]
How about looking beautiful!
By: Shahnaz Husain External beauty is what is visible. It includes the skin, hair, eyes, teeth, nails, figure and much more. For example, when we talk of the figure, we are not merely talking of height and weight, because suppleness, agility, good posture and grace of movement are all important for beauty. People think that […]