All you need to know about Cardiomyopathy!
Cardiomyopathy disease


Cardiomyopathy is a progressive disease of the myocardium, the heart muscle. The condition is either confined to the heart or is part of generalized systemic disorders. They often lead to cardiovascular death or progressive heart failure-related disability. These diseases have many causes, signs and symptoms and treatments. The heart muscle either becomes enlarged, thick or rigid in

Global warming- Let’s celebrate April 1 as Cool Day! Global warming- Let’s celebrate April 1 as Cool Day!

Global warming- Let’s celebrate April 1 as Cool Day! In our quest for development that has meant urbanization, defense up gradation, agriculture and industrialization we have fooled ourselves every day as we have chosen a path of self destruction. Modern day development has come at a huge cost of environment. Increase in atmospheric temperature is one

Mughal Sarai neglect Doraha Ludhiana heritage site Lost & Neglected Glory in Ludhiana: Mughal Sarai in shambles

Nidhi Bhanot Ludhiana One of the oldest heritage site ‘Mughal Sarai’ is situated in the Doraha Village of Ludhiana District. It was built in the 17th century and could have been a major attraction for the foreign tourists.  But it’s in utter state of neglect despite of the bollywood movies shooting in ‘Sarai’ including blockbuster movie ‘Rang De

Ludhiana Lodhi Fort King Sikander Old city Lost & Neglected Glory of Ludhiana: Lodhi Fort of King Sikander Lodhi

Nidhi Bhanot Ludhiana Lodhi Fort is a lost glory of Ludhiana, about which the young generations don’t even know due to its deteriorating condition. It is worth mentioning that Lodhi Fort is one of the forts in the vicinity of Ludhiana in Punjab. It is situated near Daresi ground in old city of Manchester of

The Multi tasking Super woman

The Multi tasking Super woman by Dr. Ashwani K. Malhotra. The alarm on her mobile rings and the 38 year old woman glances at the time, it’s 5.00 in the morning and she grudgingly gets up . Another grueling day , she muses as she prepares breakfast and lunch for her old in-laws, husband and

MBD Publishing Group organized
MBD Publishing Group organized a cordial meet with the distributors of their books and booksellers at Radisson Blu Hotel MBD , Ludhiana

Occupying their well-deserved position as a pioneer in the field of education, MBD Group arranged a gala meet today at Hotel MBD Radisson Blu, Ludhiana, at which the distributors and sellers of MBD books from all the districts of Punjab had a cordial exchange of views among them. The meet was inaugurated by  Balwant Sharma (Executive

Dr. M.S. Kang
Dr. M.S. Kang: A Scientist with New and Positive Approaches

Dr Manjit Singh Kang is a scientist with broad vision, cosmopolitan outlook and a humanistic approach. A man in the street knows him as a soft-spoken and humane person. Before going into his contributions at various levels, it would be worthwhile to have a quick look at his qualifications, positions held and the published work.He

Bringing the flavour of van Gogh to grunge Kolkata
Bringing the flavour of van Gogh to grunge Kolkata

Bringing the flavour of van Gogh to grunge Kolkata: What do Dutch post-Impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh and India’s grand old city, Kolkata, share in common? The answer lies in the leap of imagination that author Arnab Nandy has shown in his just over 200-page novel.”On The Road to Tarascon” is a novel where fact meets

Weighty reading: Books which provide physical exercise too
Weighty reading: Books which provide physical exercise too

Weighty reading: Books which provide physical exercise too: Someone once quipped that the “universal aptitude for ineptitude makes any human accomplishment an incredible miracle” and devoted book readers know it too well. Any of the (sadly-diminishing) tribe would be familiar with responses of wonder over the fact that they manage to read even a modestly-long work

Rajkumar Hirani's wife to launch book
Rajkumar Hirani’s wife to launch book

Rajkumar Hirani’s wife to launch book: Filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani’s wife Manjeet is set to launch her book, “How To Be Human – Life Lessons by Buddy Hirani”, which revolves around the family’s dog Buddy.The illustrated book, which will hit the stores in March, is about Buddy who was earlier named Nikku and featured in Hirani’s film

Science writing: A neglected form of literature that needs focus
Science writing: A neglected form of literature that needs focus

Science writing: A neglected form of literature that needs focus. Along with philosophers, tax lawyers and computer programmers, scientists are perceived as speaking in a language which is supposedly the same as that of common people, but scarcely intelligible to them. And then they use strange symbols, complicated equations, and considerable jargon to talk of “things”

The other Pakistan: People beyond media and popular perceptions
The other Pakistan: People beyond media and popular perceptions

The other Pakistan: People beyond media and popular perceptions. What do a paraplegic artist seeking to inspire others to rise above their disabilities, a social media star who sought to flaunt her sexuality as a form of protest, and a policeman trying to solve a horrific crime with no complainants or witnesses, have in common?

Exam Warriors
PM Modi’s ‘Exam Warriors’ to launch today

Prime Minister’s Exam Warriors, a book that he penned to reach out to the students across the country ahead of their exams, will be launched here on Saturday. With 25 pithy mantras, advice to parents and teachers, and a set of useful yoga asans, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has done what perhaps no other head

Five books to look forward to in February 2018
Five books to look forward to in February 2018

Five books to look forward to in February 2018: After an exciting start to the New Year with releases of over 30 books across genres in January, the upcoming month is once again dotted with several interesting titles that may catch the attention of bibliophiles. Narrowing down a list of five books from dozens of books

beautifully capture true essence
8 Books that beautifully capture the true essence of India

8 Books that beautifully capture true essence of India: India, the land of rich cultural heritage has had many patrons falling for its vivid lifestyles and landscapes. Here are 8 engaging and compelling books that beautifully capture the true essence of India. 1.”Holy Cow” by Sarah McDonaldHoly Cow From hating India to loving it- a

Of longing, friendships, Buddha and desire
Of longing, friendships, Buddha and desire

Of longing friendships, Buddha and desire: Read a compelling translation of a masterpiece by Rabindranath Tagore, delve into the friendship of three flatmates in London, enjoy the thrills that an obsessed seductress unleashes on a perfect couple, and finally take a look at the world of godmen, spiritual seekers, and the men and women whose lives

Scholars, Educationalists present research papers
Scholars, Educationalists present research papers in English language in International conference  

More than fifty research papers were presented during the International conference on “Immigrant Literature “ at Gujranwala Guru Nanak Khalsa College.An International Conference on Immigrant Literature by the writers of Punjabi Origin was organised in Gujranwala Guru Nanak Khalsa College on January 16-17, 2018 under the patronage of Khalsa Education Council, Parvasi Sahit AdhyanKendra and Punjab Bhawan, Surrey, Canada. Besides having more than hundred

Author Julia Donaldson Gruffalo gigs first India New Delhi
Author Julia Donaldson to do Gruffalo gigs on first India visit New Delhi

Popular picture book author Julia Donaldson will be on her first India visit from Friday. He will get engage with teachers, librarians, educators, parents and children besides doing “Gruffalo” performances. Publishers Scholastic India is hosting Donaldson’s three- city tour of Delhi, Jaipur and Kolkata.”There’s no doubt that Julia Donaldson is the biggest name in children’s

Google Doodle dedicated to Mahasweta Devi
Google Doodle dedicated to Mahasweta Devi

Google Doodle dedicated to Mahasweta Devi: New Delhi, Jan 14 Search engine Google on Sunday dedicated its doodle to noted author and social activist Mahasweta Devi on her 92nd birth anniversBorn on January 14, 1926 in Dhaka in present day Bangladesh, Mahasweta Devi was a Bengali fiction writer who was honoured with various literary awards

A miscellany of 'misfits' and what we can learn from them
A miscellany of ‘misfits’ and what we can learn from them

A miscellany of misfits and what we can learn from them: In a materialistic world which emphasises more on conformity, convention and success, those who prefer not to abide by these rules of “normalcy” are rarely lauded. They can expected to be labelled mavericks, even weird, but usually “misfits”. But what do they think of themselves,