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Best foot forward in diabetic neuropathy

Sunday, 23 Apr 2017 | Dr Mukul Verma | in Agenda

An estimated 50 per cent of all diabetic patients develop painful diabetic neuropathy in 25 years, writes Dr Mukul Verma Warmth of a bonfire, freshness of breeze, softness of a cuddly toy — how do we feel all these are sensations? Through the network of nerves that travel throughout the body...

Don’t buy love, rescue it!

Sunday, 16 Apr 2017 | AVANTIKA BOSE | in Agenda

You cannot change a dog’s past, but you can rewrite his future. Rescued animals are not broken, they’ve simply experienced more life than other animals, writes AVANTIKA BOSE Whenever we think about getting a warm, furry friend for ourselves, adopting a dog is the last thing that crosses our minds or...

The enterprising private office

Sunday, 16 Apr 2017 | Praveen Rawal | in Agenda

A common misperception is that collaboration is always a group activity when, in fact, people also need time to be alone to do their best thinking, writes Praveen Rawal When people say they need some privacy, it can mean very different things. For some, it could be the space to find...

Kolkata’s Greek heritage: Alexander’s fading footprint

Sunday, 09 Apr 2017 | Somen Sengupta | in Agenda

India needs to learn how to take better care of its heritage sites. They can derive direct commercial benefits and also help us connect with our country’s past, writes Somen Sengupta Once the seat of Royals of the East India Company and then the capital of British India, Kolkata is mingled...

Women at the helm

Sunday, 09 Apr 2017 | Pioneer | in Agenda

At a recent event, women achievers from varied fields came together to discuss how they can contribute to a more successful, innovative and transformational work set-up A conference titled ‘She Leads India’ was organised by SheThePeople.TV and supported by United Nations Women, India, with the objective of understanding strong women and...

Each drop counts

Sunday, 02 Apr 2017 | AKSHITA RAWAT | in Agenda

‘Water water everywhere, not a drop to drink.’ Coleridge’s words, which were used in a supernatural context, seem to be coming true in reality. Fresh water level has dropped strikingly in the past few decades across the globe. The need for effective measures for conserving water is higher than ever. Else,...

Six ways to treat waste water

Sunday, 02 Apr 2017 | Abhay Kumar | in Agenda

Waste water when discharged into water bodies can harm the aquatic life and environment. Thus, water management has become the need of the hour, writes Dr ABHAY KUMAR Water is a vital resource for the sustenance of human life and activities. Rapid urbanisation, climate changes and growing needs have put an...

Restoring old-world charm of cars

Sunday, 26 Mar 2017 | AKSHITA RAWAT | in Agenda

Mumbai-based Allan Almeida tells AKSHITA RAWAT how he restores vintage cars using just scrap A master craftsman and an offroader, Allan Almeida aka Allan of Sara 4x4, has recently completed a very difficult project of restoring a vintage car, a 1936 Cord 810 Westchester, from nothing but scrap. Allan has been...

The pop-up wish list

Sunday, 26 Mar 2017 | AKSHITA RAWAT | in Agenda

A one-day pop-up show curated by The Wishlist for showcasing the talent of various designers, weavers, collectors and artisans from all over the country was held recently in Mehrauli. This was the fifth season of its kind, which celebrated the Spring-Summer collection of stylish apparel, accessories, handicrafts and much more....

A spiritual perspective of stress

Sunday, 26 Mar 2017 | Bharat Bhushan Padmadeo | in Agenda

Stress, a mental malaise, has of late become the order of the day. The worst is that even children, supposed to enjoy an unburdened life, are not spared of this malady any more. They are under such pressure to perform that they’re deprived of privileges of childhood and thus come...


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State lags behind in education status, reveals ASER report

17 Jan 2018 | PRAGYA PALLAVI | Ranchi

Annual Status of Education Report (ASER-2017) released on Tuesday covering 28 districts of 24 States on ‘Beyond Basics’- A survey of rural India youths, presented a gloomy picture of Jharkhand on a few basic parameters in comparison with the districts of Bihar, Odisha, West Bengal and Chhattisgarh. The survey based on 4 As (Activity, Ability, Awareness, Aspirations) covering the age group 14-18 years, Jharkhand lags behind in enrollment status, digital use,...

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