Continents apart, but bounded by same interest, I had this privilege to read and review ‘Dear Employee, It’s Time You Mind Your Business Too!’, a pre-launch book by famous writer, Eddy Tsuma from Kenya, Africa. [..]
Diabetes is one of the major health and development challenges of the 21st century. There are currently 371 million people living with diabetes and another 280 million are at high risk of developing the disease. [..]
Are you in pain? Are you having stiffness? Is your muscle getting weak? Are you losing your balance? Have you twisted your ankle? – For sure, we are there for you.
We are the Physiotherapists:
Physiotherapists are health care professionals. They focus on preventing, assessing and treating physical disorders and promoting movement and health. [..]
Dr Ajit Singh (Consultant Brain and Spine Surgeon, Mewar Hospital)
Dr Yashpal Rathore (Consultant Brain and Spine Surgeon, Mewar Hospital)
Stop Smoking, Do Regular Exercises, Maintain proper body weight – and chances are that you may among the lucky 20% of population that do not need to visit the doctor complaining of body pain.
Back Pain is understood to be the second most common reason triggering a visit to the doctor and the fifth most common reason demanding hospitalization. 80% persons will experience severe low back pain at some points in their lives, especially in the age group of 45-65 years, as this age group is found to be the most vulnerable. [..]
In this materialistic world, almost all of us have had a wild goose chase for something known as “KHUSHI”; the pursuit for happiness is never ending. Again when I try to define what is happiness it gets difficult. Is a state of mind when u r satisfied, or let say feeling after u achieve something, “success”.
Well if that is it I had my encounters with these feelings but nothing really can be called a state of total happiness and then I had these strange/unknown feeling when I try to help someone.
“Joy of living is in giving” when you help someone the feeling though transient is unique in its way. Yes this is what I say KHUSHI is, “Khushi baantne se Khushi badhati hai”. I am here to share one such experience when we shared khushi with some under privileged children in “THAKUR BABA ORPHANAGE”. [..]
Known for the mining and processing of Rock Phosphate, Gypsum, Lime Stone, Lignite and other industrial minerals at the National level, the Public Sector Enterprise of the State Government Rajasthan State Mines and Minerals Limited (R.S.M.M.L.), Udaipur is giving notable contribution in the economic and industrial progress of the State and the country on the one hand, while it is also aptly fulfilling its social responsibility on the other hand.
The State Enterprise continuing with its commercial progress has also shown its awareness towards moral and social responsibilities through its contribution in important sectors, like education, health, drinking water, infrastructure and community development and works associated with environment conservation. The R.S.M.M.L. has started a tradition of using a part of its profits in social works. Under this tradition, the enterprise has contributed notably in the priority sectors related to the social and regional development in the last few years. [..]
By: Gopendra Nath Bhatt
The untiring efforts of the Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot have yielded results and the long cherished dream of the people of Rajasthan of having an Oil Refinery in Rajasthan is going to realize soon.
The crude oil being explored from the sand dunes of Rajasthan will change the picture of the State. The project of a refinery-cum-petrochemical complex in Barmer will be the second biggest and ambitious project in Rajasthan after the Indira Gandhi Canal which will rejuvenate the State.
It is the result of the State Chief Minister’s strong determination and efficient financial management that the long cherished dream of a refinery looks towards being realized and a golden chapter opens in the history of Rajasthan. [..]
By: Rajeev Ranjan Tiwari
The Ruling Party of the largest Democracy of the world may not be functioning effectively, but then the Opposition has its own concerns to deal with. The so called ‘corrupt’ United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government has seen high inflation rate during its term. The main opposition party Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) may want to benefit from this in the upcoming 2014 Lok Sabha Elections, however, they seriously need to sort their internal conflicts if they want to be the ‘option’.
Rajnath Singh was elected the National President of BJP last month and as feared by many, the internal conflicts increased manifold, be it the PM candidature of Gujrat’s Chief Minister Narendra Modi, settling the internal ‘politics’ in Karnataka, Senior leader L.K. Advani’s statements or the post appointment stress of Jharkhand’s state President. Although, Rajnath Singh is trying to tread patiently through all these issues, but it all looks like going out of his control. [..]
‘Nirbhaya’ who, posthumously, was awarded the ‘International woman of Courage Award’ by America, is being considered, by many, to have received justice when one of the accused, Ram Singh, committed suicide by hanging himself in the ‘highly secure’ Tihar Jail this morning.
Where social sites are flooded with messages and posts indicating celebration, the father and the lawyer of the accused have opined otherwise stating it as a ‘murder’. The question now to be asked is about the security of the jail in this high profile matter.
Ram Singh had admitted to the heinous crime in the court and wished ‘Capital Punishment’ for the same. The country was waiting for the court’s decision for this main accused in the case when on the 11th of March he hung himself from the grill of a ventilator of the Jail no. 3. [..]