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Innovations in Endoscopic Technique

Dr. Kapil Sharma Endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) or echo-endoscopy is a medical procedure in which endoscopy (insertion of a probe into a hollow organ) is combined with ultrasound to obtain images of the internal organs in the chest, abdomen and colon. It can be used to visualise the walls of these organs, or to look at […]

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Too many expectations hurt

Too many expectations hurt

Let me begin with a beautiful thought of Shakespeare, “I always feel happy. You know why? Because I don’t expect anything from anyone”…….’Expectations always hurt’. Since majority of the people living on the earth are dependent on each other in one way or the other, it becomes very clear that humans have been created in […]

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Winter reflects true essence of Kashmir

Rayees Ahmad Kumar Since our school days, we have been hearing that due to earth’s revolution seasons are formed and further whenever we used to write an essay on any of the four seasons in Kashmir, it’s first line always started with “saal mein chaar mosam hotei hain”. Indeed there are four seasons in Kashmir […]

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Parent, teacher synergy

Parent, teacher synergy

Dr Sheikh Arshid Ahmad Teachers in the schools have great role in inspiring and empowering the students for future learning abilities and experience, and parents expect teachers to instruct their wards in every kind of situation whether social or emotional that can help them to achieve successes without distraction or any disorder. In the schools, […]

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Bihar facing discrimination

Er. Prabhat Kishore At the time of partition of India in 1947, some areas of Dinajpur and Jalpaiguri in West Bengal were allotted to East Pakistan (now Bangaladesh). As a result, West Bengal was divided into two separate physical parts. The Government of West Bengal requested the Central Government to transfer the eastern part of […]

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Divisions that benefits none

Divisions that benefits none

Abid Hussain Rather Whenever we have a look at the world map we observe that there is a broad and extensive piece of land between Arabian sea and Bay of Bengal in the continent of Asia which is largely extended in the northern side, but as we start moving downward this piece of land it […]

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The World Children’s Day

Farooq Bandey World Children’s Day is being celebrated on 20th November every year. To celebrate the day a theme is created by the UNICEF and for 2021 they have chosen a very important theme for the day, and the theme is to help children to recover from interruptions and learning losses experienced through the pandemic […]

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Rising natural disasters in Himachal

Kanchan Basu In the last five months alone, several landslides have been reported in Himachal Pradesh, especially in the ‘Tribal’ districts of Lahaul-Spiti and Kinnaur which have seen incessant rains. From June 13 to August 12, as many as 248 people lost their lives in various incidents relating to heavy rains. At least 2,000 people […]

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Smokers twice likely to suffer from COPD

Smokers twice likely to suffer from COPD

Dr Nevin Kishore Being one of the most common lung diseases seen world over, yet COPD is ironically a completely preventable ailment. Despite talking about the advanced treatment modalities, the best way of preventing this disease is smoking cessation altogether. While the air quality across the Delhi region has turned hazardous, which may trigger attacks […]

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Great subterfuge of a vocal minority

Dr K V Subramanian Remember the time when you had to travel in the unreserved compartment of a railway train. If you recall, the unreserved compartment gets choc-a-bloc at the origin itself. While million others also want to travel to their destination despite not having a reservation, those individuals who managed to get into the […]