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Technology: Bane or a boon?

Technology: Bane or a boon?

Gulnoor Khan To change the world, we need combine Ancient Wisdom with new technologies. (Paulo Coelho) Today various learning methods including school, college, university, teachers and books as well as electronic means such as e-classrooms, smart classrooms, overhead projectors, computer CDs, tablet computers, laptops, etc. have become part of our education setup and contemporary teachers […]

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Life’s best season

M Ahmad Childhood is the most fun and memorable time in anyone’s life. It’s the first stage of life which we enjoy in whatever way we like. Besides, this is the time that shapes up the future. The parents love and care for their children and the children to the same too. Moreover, it’s the […]

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Quantitative CT: The gold standard diagnosis of spinal osteoporosis

Dr Arvind Kulkarni Osteoporosis remains the most prominent factor for onset of bone weakness and thereby causing spinal fractures and deformities with aging, it is important to ensure a healthy lifestyle at least from the age of 20 years. Even with the availability of a plethora of treatment modules, fractured vertebrae result in severe back […]

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Auguring well for democracy

Auguring well for democracy

Lalit Garg Draupadi Murmu has been declared by the NDA as its presidential candidate for the fifteenth presidential election 2022, which shows good political skills and maturity. She is a tribal representative who will be the first tribal to reach the highest constitutional post and the second woman President of the Republic of India, which […]

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The good old days

Mahfooz Ahmad Bakshi There was a time when I used to go to the ground and play from dawn till dusk. I would play cricket, football, hide-and-seek, mint/mid (local game) Gharm Ball, and so on. Ever so often I would fight with my friends over small misunderstandings and I used to say “Mea seath chay […]

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Widowhood in Indian Society

Widowhood in Indian Society

Vinod Chandrashekhar Dixit June 23rd marks International Widows’ Day – and the United Nations outlines just how fraught the life of a widow can be. To become a widow is to experience profound personal tragedy. For many women around the world, the devastating loss of a partner is magnified by a long-term fight for their […]

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Draupadi Murmu: Nari Shakti in Rashtrapati Bhawan

Er. Prabhat Kishore History is going to be created in India when the first tribal women will be its next highest constitutional head. The contest between Draupadi Murmu of the Ruling Alliance and Yashwant Sinha of Opposition parties for the highest post of President of India is final. But the arithmetic of the Electoral College […]

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Millet Marvels

B Dayakar Rao Health and wellness have come to the forefront in the last decade on account of escalating healthcare costs, rise in lifestyle-related disorders and lack of preventive care. Increasing incidence of lifestyle diseases like diabetes and hypertension has prompted healthcare professionals to promote wellness by encouraging behavioural changes. The burden of lifestyle diseases […]

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The need to get married

The need to get married

Faizaan Bashir There are certain requirements without which it’s impossible to live: air, food, sleep. And, in the same way, copulation constitutes a significant part of our life. God has bestowed us with libido so that we can sustain human life in this world. Today we are young, but in the coming years, we surely […]

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Agonizing choices

Peer Mohammad Amir Qureshi The time we spent together I wouldn’t forget, no; never! Those promises we made Unfortunately! All of them fade; Were you an agonizing choice? I couldn’t speak up in my voice… You are excruciating me always You always can’t sleep for nights, remembering those unnecessary fights Thy time that elapsed wouldn’t […]

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