Address fault lines, Raja yoga will bear fruit

Address fault lines, Raja yoga will bear fruit

Sunday, 25 September 2022 | Bharat Bhushan Padmadeo

The indwelling human potential is immense. If unfolded in full, one would know no limits. The irony, however, is that because of our clouded vision, major part of the landscape of our mind remains unexplored, and therefore, remains dormant. Ordinarily, we have access to hardly 5 to 7 percent of...

Treacherous escape to death

Treacherous escape to death

Sunday, 18 September 2022 | Biswajeet Banerjee

Youths from Nepal, who are  looking for greener pastures abroad,  are being trafficked on a regular basis. They are taking the death route to Europe to save themselves from poverty and the drudgery of daily life. The girls travel to India and end up mostly in brothels in Mumbai, Kolkata,...

Medication without harm

Medication without harm

Sunday, 18 September 2022 | HEALTH PIONEER

On the World Patient Safety Day on September 17, Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh, WHO Regional Director for South-East Asia, highlights the urgent need to prevent avoidable injury and harm in health care systems, with a focus on ending unsafe medication practices and medication errors. In addition to causing significant disability and...

Nepal infant gets rid of liver tumour in three months

Nepal infant gets rid of liver tumour in three months

Sunday, 18 September 2022 | HEALTH PIONEER

An infant from Nepal who was only eight days old when she came here with a rare form of malignant liver tumour is cancer free now after undergoing six cycles of chemotherapy and a surgical resection. The baby, now three months, was suffering from hepatoblastoma, a rare tumour that originates in...

HAY FEVER & ASTHMA: DEADLY COMBO

HAY FEVER & ASTHMA: DEADLY COMBO

Sunday, 18 September 2022 | HEALTH PIONEER

A study of school children conducted by University of Rochester Medical Center researchers has found that a majority of children with asthma also reported having allergic rhinitis, or hay fever. Symptoms of hay fever include runny nose, sneezing, congestion and sinus pressure, and can contribute to asthma. The HEALTH PIONEER...

Half-truth drive you crazy

Half-truth drive you crazy

Sunday, 11 September 2022 | Bharat Bhushan Padmadeo

What meets our eyes, people look at it in one’s own perspective. Others may have altogether different perspective, contextually relevant from their angle. So, more often ordinary mortals are driven by half-truth, larger picture eluding one’s attention. That holds the key to all the pains and sufferings in life. No...

Boosting rural economy with start-up village entrepreneurship

Sunday, 11 September 2022 | Arvind Arahant and Narendra Kumar

This new wave of educated rural youth is a challenge for the policymakers to formulate a policy that caters to the large masses of the rural population Rural poverty and inequality are significant roadblocks to building an egalitarian society. Even after 75 years of Independence, it is a significant challenge because...

Let’s ‘CARE’ about academics

Sunday, 11 September 2022 | Prashant Barthwal

UGC has made multiple efforts to put strict restrictions on clone journals. Still, faculties whose academic promotions are due publish their papers in these clone journals without knowing their authenticity and standards Research is a significant part of higher education, and publishing a research paper is even more critical for institutionalising...

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