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Disasters don’t come knocking!

http://kootenayhomes.com/rental/warfield-2-bedroom-totally-renovated-condo/ Disasters don’t wait to happen. They happen when one least expects them. Today is International Day for Disaster Reduction. In the past couple of months, the world has seen a series of catastrophes. From earthquakes and hurricanes ravaging the North American and Mexican coasts to coastal rains lashing Eastern India, Bangladesh and Nepal, loss of human and animal life has been tremendous and unforgiving. Due to increasing global warming and melting of polar ice caps,

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आर्थ्राइटिस लाइलाज नहीं है!

आज ‘विश्व आर्थ्राइटिस दिवस’ है। आर्थ्राइटिस आम भाषा मे ‘जोड़ों का दर्द’ होता है। यह ग्रीक शब्द से लिया गया है। ग्रीक मे आथ्रो का मतलब है ‘जोड़ा’ और आईटिस का मतलब है ‘सूजन’। इंसान के शरीर मे जोड़ों की एहम भूमिका होती है। विभिन्न तरह के चलन और काम-काज इंसान जोड़ों की मदद से ही कर पाता है। एक तरह से हम यह भी कह सकते हैं की जोड़े हमे कोई भी काम करने

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International Day of the Girl Child!

Today is International day of the girl child. It’s a day to take a step back and understand the status of gender equality in society. Even after 70 years after independence, India still doesn’t boast of having a high sex ratio. While the Southern state of Kerala registers a satisfactory 1047 females for every 1000 males but  National Capital of Delhi registers a meager 847 females per 1000 males as per the latest National Family

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Touching the sky with glory

The Indian Air Force (IAF) completed 85 years yesterday. Created on October 8, 1932 as an auxiliary part of the erstwhile British Empire’s Royal Air Force, the IAF played a crucial role in the upcoming 2nd World War. Its’ first ever, No: 1 squadron was composed of all males from diverse backgrounds and religious identities. Two of India’s most well-known pilots and Chiefs of Air Staff Subroto Mukherjee and Arjan Singh were both inductees in

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परमाणु बम से आज़ादी!

हाल ही मे नोबेल प्राइज़ समिति ने अन्तराष्ट्रीय परमाणु हथियार समाप्ति संगठन (ICAN) को शांति पुरस्कार से नवाज़ा। समिति ने कहा की, “ग्लोबल वार्मिंग, प्रदुषण और आतंकवाद से भी ज्यादा भयानक है परमाणु हथ्यार।इसके उत्पादन को रोकना और परमाणु शक्ति को ऊर्जा के लिए उपयोग करना आवश्यक है।” जब अमेरिकी सेना ने अगस्त 1945 को जापान के हिरोशिमा और नागासाकी पर परमाणु बम गिराए थे, तो इसका प्रभाव पूरी दुनिया ने देखा था। शायद इंसान

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6 Types Of Smiles & What They Say About Your Personality

Remember the wry smile of Monalisa smile in the famous painting by Leonardo Da Vinci? For centuries, people have debated about its significance, and it’s not just the painting, our smiles actually speak a lot about us than we think they do. A smile can be heartfelt, or fake, and it’s not restricted to our mood, but they tell a lot about our personality. On World Smile Day, we bring you 6 types of smile

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How can we protect journalists from harm?

Protecting the rights of journalists is one of the central premises for ensuring that the media functions efficiently and effectively as the ‘4th Arm’ of the state. Sadly, in India’s case, this hasn’t been the norm. In a recent survey undertaken by ‘Reporters without Borders’, it was reported that India ranked 136 out of 180 countries in the ‘Press Freedom Index’. The murder of fearlessly outspoken journalists in India has become a norm. In recent

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Can A Turban Wearing Leader Change NDP’s Political Scenario In Canada?

  On 2nd of October, Canada’s National Democratic Party (NDP), which is Canada’s announced Jagmeet Singh as its new leader. He’s the first turban-wearing Singh to have lead the major party or to sit as a provincial legislator in Canada, and he will be contesting against Mr. Justin Trudeau in federal elections, 2019.   NDP is the third major player in federal politics of Canda, but post the so-called “Orange wave” in 2011, it has

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Khelega India, Jeetega India

Football is the second most loved sport in India after cricket. A rich game like football has an equally rich history. It was quite shocking to know that the game, that was and is still a favorite pastime of mine, wasn’t discovered by Indians but brought to India by British soldiers in the mid-19th century. It was introduced properly as a modern day sport in the country by Nagendra Prasad Sarbhadhikari (NPS), a passionate Indian

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आतंकी तत्वों को रोकने के लिए एक-जुट होना पड़ेगा

हाल ही मे अमेरिका के लास वेगस (एल. वी.) मे एक आतंकवादी ने आम जनता पर गोलियों की बौछार शुरू कर दी। हालांकि आतंकवादी ने इस घिनौने काम के बाद ख़ुदकुशी कर ली, दुखद रूप से डर और आतंक फैलाने के अपने मंसूबे मे वो कामयाब हुआ। सरकारी सूत्रों के अनुसार इस ‘एनकाउंटर’ मे करीबन 60 लोगों की मौत हुई और 530 लोग घायल हुए। और भी चौकाने वाली बात यह है कि स्टीफन क्रैग

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