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Posts for August, 2013
Brave officers and Jawans of the Indian Army were engaging the Paki enemy in a do or die struggle to dislodge those intruders from the territory of Bharat in Kargil in 1999. The enemy had stealthily occupied the dominating heights of hill tops like Tiger Hills, Tololing and various hill features in Kaksar and so on.
TB especially multi drug resistant is more dangerous and contagious that swine flu said Padma Shri and Dr B C Roy National Awardee Dr K K Aggarwal, President Heart Care Foundation of India & MTNL Perfect Health Mela and National Vice President elect IMA.
India's leading think tank, Centre for Civil Society in partnership with India Habitat Centre is hosting its 10th Jeevika: Asia Livelihood Documentary Festival from 29 August - 1 September 2013.
Narendra Ch | 31 Aug 2013
When I was an Under Secretary in the Staff Inspection Unit of the Department of Expenditure, a woman in her thirties joined our Unit as Section Officer of the Administration Section. She was so beautiful and attractive as well as decent in her behavior that I was instantly attracted towards her.
Satbir Singh Bedi | 31 Aug 2013
The 'Chaturmas' begins on the Ekadashi in the month of Ashadha and ends with the Ekadashi in the month of Kartik and has got both spiritual and health implications said Padma Shri and Dr B C Roy National Awardee Dr K K Aggarwal, President Heart Care Foundation of India & MTNL Perfect Health Mela and National Vice President elect IMA.
Breaking news---Mrs Pratibha Singh M P called on Shri Milind Murli Deora minister of state for communications
Mrs Pratibha Singh M P called on Shri Milind Murli Deora minister of state for communications in transport bhawan new delhi and requested him to sanction more mobile towers for tribal, difficult and backward areas of the state .
B K Upmanyu | 31 Aug 2013
A four-month long nation-wide campaign to focus on the youth 'rediscovering' Mahatma Gandhi and learning from his life through a series of interaction with national leaders, artists and peace activists will be launched on Gandhi Jayanti at Kerela.
Narendra Ch | 30 Aug 2013
There is nothing like low blood pressure. If it is low keep it low and is good for the heart said said Padma Shri and Dr B C Roy National Awardee Dr K K Aggarwal, President Heart Care Foundation of India & MTNL Perfect Health Mela and National Vice President elect IMA.
Dr KK Aggarwal | 30 Aug 2013
Flexibility of digital pictures has prompted everyone to indulge in heavy equipment. Since only few make the grade, only custom made artworks are proving to be valuable.
Md. Asaduzzaman Shakil | 30 Aug 2013
It refers to Rajya Sabha Secretariat inviting suggestions from members of public on 'The Rajya Sabha Legislative Council Bill, 2013' as introduced in the Rajya Sabha on 06.08.2013 for establishing a 66-members Legislative Council for Rajasthan as per resolution passed by Rajasthan Legislative Assembly on 18.04.2012.
HARISH DIDO | 30 Aug 2013
There are possibilities of coming up of more such websites which could change entire set-up of the parties and even gives new colours to the general elections.
HARISH DIDO | 29 Aug 2013
Satbir Singh Bedi | 28 Aug 2013
The Holy Quran commands Muslims to beware of even coming near to drinking or gambling, etc. as Satan wants only to excite enmity and hatred between them with intoxicants and gambling and hinder them from remembrance of God and from prayer. The following verses from the Holy Quran are relevant:
Satbir Singh Bedi | 27 Aug 2013
Spend More, Save More is the philosophy of the 21st Century. You see the slogan over and over again. Buy two and get one free. 5% cash back on purchases with credit card. Collect reward points on every purchase. The whole concept is ridiculous. How can you save more by spending more?
Colonel (Retd) Bhaskar Sarkar | 27 Aug 2013
Smoking dampens the ability to taste, said Padma Shri and Dr B C Roy National Awardee Dr K K Aggarwal, President Heart Care Foundation of India & MTNL Perfect Health Mela and National Vice President elect IMA.
Dr KK Aggarwal | 27 Aug 2013
On 24th August during the Quit India Movement a large procession proceeded to Dabugam to decide the course of action of as soon as the procession reached the bridge on the Turi river of Papadahandi, British Police forces resorted lathi charge and firing nineteen persons were killed, while a large number of people jumped into the overflowing Turi river to swim across for safety. Hundred were injured while 140 were put under arrest. To remember the sacrifices every year Shaheed Divas celebrated at Papadahandi Saheed Pitha
Basant Rath | 26 Aug 2013
International trade means an exchange of goods and services between one country and another. In the modern world the system of international trade is very complex and involves a large number of countries and a still larger number of commodities.
Vinod Anand | 26 Aug 2013
YSR Congress party president and Kadapa MP Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy began indefinite fast inside the Chanchalguda Central Jail in Hyderabad, a day after his mother Y S Vijayamma's fast was broekn by the police. According to sources, he started his fat by refusing tea and breakfast on Sunday morning inside the jail.
Narendra Ch | 26 Aug 2013
This article is about experiencing modernity in daily life. Focusing on modern culture where modernity has divided human in two obnoxious classes.
vikash sharma | 26 Aug 2013
All religious people and even common people that sex is best for happiness and sanctioned it via the institution of marriage
Correspondent | 25 Aug 2013
It is easy to anticipate and identify people at risk of sudden cardiac death, said Padma Shri and Dr B C Roy National Awardee Dr K K Aggarwal, President Heart Care Foundation of India, & MTNL Perfect Health Mela.
Dr KK Aggarwal | 25 Aug 2013
The renowned Italian language school Leonardo da Vinci is proud to announce its new September session of the Italian language and culture course ?La Dolce Vita?, dedicated to people over 50 years old.
Web Marketing Team | 24 Aug 2013
We are slaves of various labels that we get at birth like our religion, our country, our state, etc.
Lead Researcher of Virginia Tech believes that hydrogen economy could be the future whose team has innovated easy and simple ways of producing hydrogen through plants
Ripples in a bath tub or in a puddle are considered as a good subject for creative and abstract photography. Ripples can be created by dripping water drops from a soaked cloth or a dipper onto the surface of tub water or puddle water.
Dr. Lalit Kishore | 24 Aug 2013
Correspondent | 24 Aug 2013
The Symbiosis Institute in Pune is a name synonymous with quality education. Through its years of dedication and a team of renowned academicians at the helm of the affairs, Symbiosis colleges in Pune have been providing academic training to thousands of students from all over the world. The Symbiosis Institute of Geoinformatics (SIG) is also a result of this effort by the Symbiosis Group to deliver world class education and training facilities to Geoinformatics aspirants in India. It is one of the first MSC colleges in Pune to deal exclusively with the multiple domains of geoinformatics. Amidst the league of options for MSC colleges in Pune, SIG has gradually risen to become one of the most preferred options.
Rohit Prasad | 23 Aug 2013
Shaheed-e-Aazam Bhagat Singh was probably right but I am still a theist because I am not a brave man
In case the government does not take the right steps now then the country might have to face serious ups and downs, which would be beyond controllable. Honestly speaking, falling rupee looks to be falling UPA.
HARISH DIDO | 23 Aug 2013
Since the Congress Working Committee resolved favouring creation of Telangana state, bifurcating Andhra Pradesh, Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy started projecting himself as champion for the cause of the people of Seemandhra while not hesitating to disobey the high command's orders.
Narendra Ch | 23 Aug 2013
Haryana based animal lover, Sukanya Kadyan, has lodged a complaint with the Ministry of Environment and Forests seeking criminal action against all offenders including Director of National Institute of Financial Management (NIFM) for the violation of Wildlife (Protection) Act 1972
HARISH DIDO | 22 Aug 2013
In an unprecedented decision, the National Green Tribunal (South Zone), Chennai, ordered status quo on all project activities proposed in the Amrit Mahal Kaval grassland ecosystems of Challakere Taluk, Chitradurga, Karnataka with immediate effect.
Though the Congress high-command repetedly making it clear that it will move ahead in bifurcating Andhra Pradesh and ready to hear any other concern except creation of Telangana state, the Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy seems to be in adamant mood and making all his efforts to stall the process
The National Human Rights Commission has sent the draft guidelines on clinical trials of drugs to the Secretary, Union Health & Family Welfare Ministry.
Narendra Ch | 21 Aug 2013
These days jogging and walking is very common for the purpose of losing weight and for the fitness. And people around the world using this exercise. But here is something which is more helpful and full of benefits that is Nordic Pole Walking. Normal walking is somewhere helpful, but walking with Nordic pole is much helpful and safer than the normal walking.
Adam Brose | 20 Aug 2013
Rentals Gone Wild?s tremendous success with relocation service in DC has opened the door to the Atlanta market.
Blake | 20 Aug 2013
The sacredness, dedication and pure joy of welcoming the God of obstacles, patron of arts and sciences goes missing, when celebration of Ganesh Chathurti gets mixed with boom boxes.
shamly nimbalkar | 20 Aug 2013
People use to advise not to take risks. Also there is a saying 'No risk no gain'. The below is a presentation on risk taking.
Biranchi Narayan Acharya | 19 Aug 2013
The big three economists Manmohan, Montek singh and Chidambaram took the Indian economy to the lowest and everybody fears of repeating 1991. If they don't treat it as early as possible it will further go down. then they will hold the name forever that these three spoiled the economy of India. I hope the ex-governor of Reserve Bank Dr.Y V Reddy may give some good treatment to get back the rupee. Some where the mistake has been done otherwise this type of situation should not have been come.
V GOPALA KRISHNA MURTHY | 19 Aug 2013
Unlike earlier times where the hospital stay used to be for more than a week followed with a prolonged bed rest, patients can now return to the comfort of their homes within 12 hours of their surgery thanks to Fast-track procedures at Fortis Hospitals, Nagarbhavi.
Shweta Venkatesh | 19 Aug 2013
Himachal Chief Minister Shri Virbhadra Singh has congratulated Major Sanjeev Kumar and Wing Commander Gaurav Singh Chauhan, for having being awarded with prestigious awards by the President of India on the occasion of Independence Day. Virbhadra Singh congratulated Major Sanjeev Kumar of Eastern Command for getting Shaurya Chakra Award. He was conferred with this award by the President of India, for his outstanding services on Barma border. Major Sanjeev Kumar, belongs to Bharog-Baneri village of Paonta Sahib Developmental Block of Sirmaur district.
President Pranab Mukherjee, Vice President Hamid Ansari and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh while greeting the nation on the eve of Navroz - the Parsi New Year observed on Sunday, August 18 wished people peace and prosperity.
Dr. Lalit Kishore | 19 Aug 2013
Commenting on the subject, Padma Shri & Dr. BC Roy National Awardee, Dr. K K Aggarwal, President Heart Care Foundation of India said that lack of equipments availability accounted for 38% of all failures and direct malfunctioning of the equipment accounted for 34%.
Dr KK Aggarwal | 19 Aug 2013
The National Ambulance Service, popularly known as 108, has come up as a big revolution in Emergency Healthcare Management in Himachal Pradesh where adverse topographical conditions have always remained a big challenge for providing timely medical aid to the sick or injured people.
After witnessing overwhelming response to his first-ever public meeting in Hyderabad last week as part of his mission to address 100 such huge meetings all over the country, Bharateeya Janata Party (BJP) campaign committee chief and Gujarat Chief Minister Narenra Modi seems to realized the need to reach Muslims and dalits to ensure success for the party in a majority of seats in the forthcoming Lok Sabha polls.
Dr.Tejinder Kaur Dhaliwalr, Chairperson Punjab School Education Board honoured with ?Dr.Radha Krishnan Award-2013?
HARISH DIDO | 19 Aug 2013
15th August should not only be a reminder of independence from the British but a commitment on a yearly basis to eradicate one more disease said Padma Shri and Dr B C Roy National Awardee Dr KK Aggarwal
Dr KK Aggarwal | 18 Aug 2013
This is an extension of my idea of introspection of our attitude towards our surrounding.I mean what difference it really makes if ONE person turns perfectly RIGHT.?Kya farak padta hai! Farak padta hai
Tina Acharya | 18 Aug 2013
On NHRC recommendation, Centre pays Rs.10 lakh as monetary relief to the families of two men killed by BSF
Remove bottlenecks associated with implementation of bio fuel policy as it holds promise of boosting up agricultural income and growth
Vishnu Mohan | 17 Aug 2013
HARISH DIDO | 17 Aug 2013
Having lost all hopes of recovery of standing crop two more farmers committed suicide in agrarian crisis prone west vidarbha region of Maharashtra on the eve of I-D ,they are 1.Gajanan Baliram Panare of village kapeshawar in yavatmal 2.Vinod Ganpati Goradkar of villlage visapur in chnadrapur ,earlier to these in last 72 hours four more farmers suicides reported ,identified as 3.Gajanan Hiranna Gatkawar village wanjari 4. Hirendra Tahkare of village kosdani ,5. Madhukar Gangaram Shivnakar of village Dahegoan in Ralegoan taluka all thrres in yavatmal district and 6.Rambhau Bapurao Borkhede of vilage sawali in manora taluka of washim district ,taking toll to 520 in 2013 complete vidarbha where flood has damaged the crop and Maharashtra chief minister Prathaviraj chavan has announced the relief package Rs.2000 crore but hostile and corrupt administration has been denying d Govt. announced relief aid resulting in these farm suicides
The mismanagement of reservoirs and then pressing panic button to spill water led to flooding in parts of Punjab
V K Gupta | 17 Aug 2013
Bangladesh government has appointed the first ever Deputy High Commissioner in Mumbai. The Government of India has conveyed its concurrence to this appointment.
Anwarul Karim Raju | 17 Aug 2013
Sarva Shikkha Abhiyan (SSA) has been attempting the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) projects for universalization of elementary education and its qualitative improvement for quite some time now. Many corporate sector enterprises, NGOs and governmental departments have been running some projects under PPP mode with some success.
Having lost all hopes of recovery of standing crop two more aid starved farmers committed suicide in agrarian crisis prone west vidarbha region of Maharashtra ,they are identified as Rambhau Bapurao Borkhede of vilage sawali in manora taluka of washim district and Madhukar Gangaram Shivnakar of village Dahegoan in Ralegoan taluka of yavatmal district both washim and yavatmal where flood has damaged the crop and Maharashtra chief minister Prathaviraj chavan has announced the relief package Rs.2000 crore but hostile and corrupt administration has been denying d Govt. announced relief aid resulting in these farm suicides
As per a report published in BMJ Open, centrally acting ace inhibitors reduce the rate of cognitive decline in patients with dementia regardless of their blood pressure levels at the time of their hypertension, said Padma Shri & Dr. BC Roy National Awardee, Dr. K K Aggarwal, President
Dr KK Aggarwal | 17 Aug 2013
Independence Day (15th August) is observed to commemorate India's the independence from British rule in 1947 which was achieved through nonviolent resistance and civil disobedience led by Mahatama Gandhi and other freedom fighters.
On the eve of Nagpanchami total 52 snakes were rescued from the clutches of snake charmers. The species of snakes include Russell?s Viper, Spectacled Cobras, Rat Snakes and Indian Rock Pythons. The snakes were rescued from Kachiguda, Uppal, Barkatpura, Begumpet, Amberpet, Chilkalguda, Begumbazar, Shah Ali Banda etc. The Snakes were released back into the wild as instructed by Forest Department. The efforts for the snake rescue were been made jointly with A.P. Forest Department, Wildlife Crime Control Bureau and various other NGOs like Bharatiya Prani Mitra Sangh, Sahayog Organisation, Wildlife Protection Society, Karuna International etc. Besides that five parakeets were also rescued from fortune teller says Mahesh Agarwal Special officer, Wildlife Crime Control Bureau.
mahesh agarwal | 17 Aug 2013
The comment and reply thread of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages of mainstream print media entities, organisations, government institutions, etc., in Internet are reflective of a paradise of hate. In most case, they have no comment moderation policy in their social media badges except very few professional. Any one can post anything, share, reply, etc, beautiful!
Social media has demonstrated itself to be the citadel of free speech on the Internet. However, this fondness for freedom of expression has lead to emergence of a disturbing trend over the years as the line between freedom of speech and hate speech has become blurred.
The Union Minister of State (Minority Affairs) Ninong Ering ask the East Siang deputy commissioner Nidhi Srivastava called for public Hearing about Simang hydro-power project in the district of Arunachal Pradesh . Simang Hydro-power project divided in three stages in Siang river basin about 177 MW under the MoU dated February 6th , 2008 last and will be completed during 2016 commissioning year . Simang-i is 67 MW ,Simang-ii 66 MW and Simang - ii 44 MW in East Siang district under Pasighat the certificated have been received from ministry of environment and forest recently .The construction order have been received by Adishankar power Pvt Ltd . According to sources Arunachal Pradesh altogether 48167 MW hydropower project under 86 Schemes out of this 5870 MW centrally sponsored under
pranab kumar Das | 17 Aug 2013
The business, which focuses on landscaping, irrigation and maintenance taps into the service of the Local suppliers of property-related projects
henrywilliamsonn | 16 Aug 2013
Piramal's Healthcare vertical today announced that it is to invest USD 2.5 million at its FDA approved Grangemouth (UK) site to upgrade one of its antibody drug conjugate (ADC) manufacturing suites, from clinical phase to commercial grade. ADCs are targeted therapies designed to deliver a drug payload to cancer cells while minimising the adverse effects on normal healthy cell. Piramal also intends to expand its ?Proof of Concept? (POC) offer at Grangemouth, for pharma companies looking to demonstrate antibody and/or toxin suitability for use as an ADC.
Akansha Pradhan | 14 Aug 2013
As per a study published in Journal of Clinical Oncology, diabetic men with prostate cancer live significantly longer and are significantly less likely to die of prostate cancer when treated with Metformin, said Padma Shri & Dr. BC Roy National Awardee, Dr. KK Aggarwal
Dr KK Aggarwal | 14 Aug 2013
Narendra Ch | 14 Aug 2013
Nowadays, bus tickets are getting cheaper and cheaper, so for those who are in Malaysia for a vacation or business, it is one of the best options for travelers to save a significant amount of money.
Easibook | 14 Aug 2013
HARISH DIDO | 14 Aug 2013
As per a report published in JAMA Internal Medicine, risk of breast cancer more than doubled in post-menopausal women who took Calcium Channel Blockers for ten years or longer, said Padma Shri & Dr. BC Roy National Awardee, Dr. KK Aggarwal
There is nothing like low blood pressure. If it is low keep it low and is good for the heart said Padmashri and Dr B C Roy National Awardee Dr KK Aggarwal, President Heart Care Foundation of India and MTNL Perfect Health Mela, National Vice President Elect - IMA.
Vishnu Mohan | 13 Aug 2013
3rd International Conference on Proteomics & Bioinformatics during July 15-17, 2013 at Courtyard by Marriott Philadelphia Downtown, USA.
OMICS PUBLISHING GROUP | 13 Aug 2013
American Dental Center?s expert cosmetic dentists provide advanced CEREC technology that can be performed just in a single appointment.
Rafah Abdelmonem | 13 Aug 2013
Adilur Rahman Khan, Secretary of Odhikar was picked up by approximately 10 plainclothes men from the Detective Branch of Police (DB) at 10.20 pm on August 10, 2013 and taken to the DB custody in Mintoo Road, Dhaka.
Dr. Lenin Raghuvanshi | 13 Aug 2013
The demand for Gorkhaland consisting of hill districts of West Bengal having majority of Gorkha population has surfaced again. This demand is the result of formation of states on linguistic basis. In the first place, it was sheer foolishness on the part of the leaders of India to have formed states on linguistic basis which led to such demands like that of Gorkhaland.
Satbir Singh Bedi | 13 Aug 2013
Currently, the deadliest virus dominating is a new strengthened virus of Bird Flu H7N9 in China. Detected last month, the virus transmits easily from birds to human killing four in five people. This is unusually dangerous for human, said Padma Shri & Dr. BC Roy National Awardee, Dr. KK Aggarwal
Dr KK Aggarwal | 12 Aug 2013
Narendra Ch | 11 Aug 2013
The need to change the outlook towards women as mere commodities for patriarchal consumption the need for women to discover their inner strenghths to fight the victimization of patriarchy.
Ananya Pathak | 11 Aug 2013
The unseen record rain in drought prone vidarbha has been creating havoc and more than 100 people killed and 60 thousands families homeless and massive damage to standing crop in an around 5 million hector amounting more than Rs.20,000 crore hence Maharashtra Govt. being urged to give relief to 2 billion rain-flood hit population of vidrabha as flood-hit are in urgent need of food, compensation, fresh credit and medical help
VJAS | 10 Aug 2013
Chandigarh : Harman Sidhu Arrivesafe who is running an NGO fArrivesafe to fight against the social causes in our society has received another threatening message on Chandiarh Traffic Police Facebook page by a person named as ?Cow White? reading as under :
On the occasion of Global Tiger Day, July 29, a petition to the Prime Minister of India sent by highlighting that the tiger is caught in the crossfire of forest destruction and poaching, and is fast slipping towards extinction. According to the petition being sent via sanctuaryasia.com, the tiger's slide is being mirrored by a rising tide of climate-related problems facing every country in the world, and particularly India.
In Jainism, the 'feeling of friendship' known ?maitri bhavana' is one of the twelve feelings or ?bhavanas? to be cultivated through contemplation and meditation. It has been stressed that humans need to think to be friends of all beings in this universe.
Power is one of the most important catalytic agents for development and plays a prominent role in socio-economic progress of the country. As Himachal Pradesh is blessed with numerous perennial river basins, there is an ample scope for harnessing available hydro power potential with Satluj, Beas, Ravi, Chenab and Yamuna as major rivers along with their numerous tributaries flowing through the state.
B K Upmanyu | 10 Aug 2013
The important keys to wholesome jewellery photography are keenness, lighting and sparkle. And of course with perfection vision the mission can be accomplished well!
Md. Asaduzzaman Shakil | 09 Aug 2013
V K Gupta | 09 Aug 2013
Every religion talks about the second coming of its Prophet/Avatar (reincarnation of God) to save the world from catastrophes.
Satbir Singh Bedi | 08 Aug 2013
? 64 students graduate from TTTI ? Students trained to be world class technicians ? 72% of students receive fellowships for academic excellence ? Students, industry-ready technicians on completion of training
Mr. Achal K Paul | 08 Aug 2013
sanjeev kumar | 08 Aug 2013
Dr KK Aggarwal | 08 Aug 2013
In this special column CAT expert and author Mr. Rajesh Balasubramanian shares his insight on controllable aspects of your CAT preparation and exam.
MBAUniverse | 08 Aug 2013
Can Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest drive sales? Yes, but that it isn?t everyone?s cup of tea. KJSEO says how
Kathir | 08 Aug 2013
Modern technology has made it possible to transplant organs like heart, kidney, cornea, lung and liver from one human being to another, to save or enhance the quality of life of patients, who suffer organ damage. Today is Organ Donation Day. A simple decision you take today of donating your organs after death, can turn hopes of many into reality.
HARISH DIDO | 06 Aug 2013
There is a need for complete over haul of pricing of fuels which are the backbone of economy and a major cause of spiraling Inflation across the board. Government is fooling the public at large by a show of being pro-poor, pricing Kerosene @14/litre and padding up the price of petrol @Rs. 79/litre. For this pricing several excuses are kept handy like rupee has depreciated, under recoveries have gone up, international crude prices are high etc.
Ravi Srivastava | 06 Aug 2013
Who says the 'system' is changed by the 'politicians' and if so, it is their foolishness to think like this. It is the 'system' which has to change according to the 'politicians'.
HARISH DIDO | 05 Aug 2013
The National Election Watch (NEW) and Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) have appealed to all Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha MPs to not support the proposed amendment of the Right to Information Act 2005. They have dispatched letters signed by state co-ordinators of state election watch teams. The demand is supported by over 1200 organizations which are members of National Election Watch across India. Members of NEW and ADR also be participating in the public action called in by the National Campaign for Peoplés Right to Information on August 6th, 2013.
The National Human Rights Commission, setting aside the explanation given by the DG (Prisons), Delhi, has recommended that the Government of NCT of Delhi pay a sum of Rs.3 lakh as relief to the next of kin of an under-trial prisoner, Sanjay, who died in the custody of the Central Jail No. 8/9, Tihar. The Chief Secretary has been asked to submit compliance report by 15th August, 2013.
Apart from heart disease and diabetes, being overweight or obese can cause rapid deterioration of the cartilage in the knee, leading to osteoarthritis. With every one unit increase in body mass index (BMI), the chances of rapid cartilage loss increased 11 percent, said Padma Shri and Dr B C Roy National Awardee Dr K K Aggarwal President Heart Care Foundation of India & MTNL Perfect Health Mela and National Vice President Elect IMA.
Dr KK Aggarwal | 02 Aug 2013
कानपुर। कानपुर देहात के राही पर्यटन गृह में कुछ दिन पहले हुई डॉक्टर की हत्या और प्राइवेट पार्ट काट कर उनकी पत्नी को कूरियर करने के प्रयास के मामले में पुलिस ने एक युवती
neeraj | 02 Aug 2013
Mandi Member Parliament Mrs Pratibha Singh called on Shri Farooq Abdullah union Minister for New & Renewable Energy in new delhi and requested him to sanction funds for photovoltaic solar power plants for shimla secretariat and famous Ridge Maidan to promote clean energy in state capital Shimla.
B K Upmanyu | 02 Aug 2013
Honestly speaking, anybody can disagree with his views but demand of return of the Bharat Ratna speaks about the prejudice thinking of the BJP MP. This will give a wrong message to the youth of the country and it looks as if it was conferred conditionally which needs to be condemned by one and all.
The power generation from Haryana's own thermal plant has come down as state is deepending heavily on power purchase in this election year.
V K Gupta | 01 Aug 2013
Osteoporosis affects many women and men as they age, reducing bone density and increasing the risk of bone fractures, said Padma Shri and Dr B C Roy National Awardee Dr KK Aggarwal, President Heart Care Foundation of India & MTNL Perfect Health Mela and National Vice President IMA.
Dr KK Aggarwal | 01 Aug 2013
'We have become much stronger today with the acceptance of H.E. Abdoul Aziz MBAYE the Minister of Culture, Republic of Senegal as the life member of International Film And Television Club of Asian Academy Of film and television.' said Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah studios.
sanjeev kumar | 01 Aug 2013
Various reasons have been given for the rise of Sikh extremism. One of the main reason given is communalism. However, while the demand of the Sikh extremists for Khalistan certainly appeared to be communal, actually Sikh extremism was the result of class struggle based on casteism.
Recently, there have been reports on mismanagement of mid day meal schemes resulting in the tragic death of some children after eating their mid day meals. Straightway, while reading such articles, one aspect do come in the mind of an average reader - what is the role of Food Inspectors in such schemes!!!. Advanced countries attach importance to the role played by Food Inspectors. Under the Public Health Act, there are sufficient clauses to ensure that Food Premises are inspected on a regular basis to ensure compliance with the Food and Food Handling Establishments Regulation.
Vishnu Mohan | 01 Aug 2013
transfer is a part of service as I too had to serve for about ten years away from my home town. The stranger often calls me from his new place of posting but he is no more strangers for me now.
Owing to two parallel bodies of Pakistan Badminton Federation (PBF) and conflicts forced International Badminton Federation (IBF) to ban green shirts in the forth coming World Badminton Championship 2013, starting from August 5 at Guangzhou, China.
A-M-Malik (Journalist) | 01 Aug 2013
There has been a major breakthrough into the shooting case of Tongam Rina as the culprits allegedly involved in the crime came in at the hands of Itanagar police. It has been almost a year that the police and crime investigators have been relentless to nab the culprits. But now a respite and a happy smile would soar among the journalists fraternity since, the persistent efforts by authorities bore fruits as the accused culprits got charge-sheeted after having been caught by thorough forensic investigation. Now it has been quite clear that criminals are criminals as they don?t have society or Community and they fully deserve punishment as per the law of Indian Government. This is what locals of AP must be thinking if I got them right.
Arunachal Chakma News | 01 Aug 2013