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World Aids Day : Right To Health

World Aids Day : Right To Health

By Dr. Ashwani K. Malhotra As he stood at the ART center in the Government Hospital , waiting for his turn to get the free antiretroviral medicines, he couldn’t help but regret the days in his youth when he was a carefree teenager and had accompanied his friends on many occasions to wild outings where

Facebook AI removes terror posts even before flagged

Facebook AI removes terror posts even before flagged

Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) techniques, Facebook is successfully removing all Islamic State (IS) and Al Qaeda-related terror content from its platform before anyone flags it, the social media giant said on Wednesday.”Today, 99 per cent of the IS and Al Qaeda-related terror content we remove from Facebook is content we detect

Propagating French language is his religion in Jammu & Kashmir

Love for French language is his religion

Arun Sharma is a teacher, writer, mentor and an aspiring memoirist. Born and raised in Jammu, he has dedicated his life to study, promotion and propagation of French language in the state. Working as a guest faculty of French language at University of Jammu and Central University of Jammu, he has provided an ethical and

President, PM pay tribute to 26/11 victims, denounce terrorism

President, PM pay tribute to 26/11 victims, denounce terrorism

President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday paid tributes to the victims of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack on its ninth anniversary. Kovind called for eliminating terrorism as he remembered the 166 Indians and foreigners killed in the attack blamed on the Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT).The massacre by 10 men who sailed

PM reviews steps taken to reduce under-nutrition

PM reviews steps taken to reduce under-nutrition

Prime Minister Narendra Modi reviewed the progress and efforts being made to prevent and reduce under-nutrition and related problems in the country. During a high-level review meeting attended by officials from the Prime Minister’s Office, NITI Aayog and other ministries, the current status of malnutrition, stunting and related problems were discussed on Friday, a government

Hypertension - The silent killer !

Hypertension – The silent killer !

By Dr. Ashwani K. Malhotra While doing her routine household work one day, 44 year Kanchan felt dizzy and a slight breathlessness. She took it lightly and dismissed it, but when on another occasion, she again felt breathless, she consulted her family physician , who on examining and investigating her told her that she had

19 November Birthday: Women who are epitome of courage and beauty

Birthday special: These three women are epitome of valour, courage and beauty

Three women who changed the image of India in front of world share their birthday on November 19. From fighting against British to becoming the first prime minister of India and being a single mother, these three changed how women were seen in India. These women are the face of strength and novelty who never

Women's Entrepreneurship Day: Entrepreneurship, lonely path for women

Entrepreneurship is a lonely path for women

Being a woman entrepreneur may be aspirational for many, but is it easy being one? As people celebrate women entrepreneurship day on Sunday, many of them say entrepreneurship is not for the faint-hearted and it’s important to have self-belief in a path strewn with bureaucratic and gender obstacles.”Yes, it has been a man’s world. Almost

Martyred Garud commando to be cremated at Chandigarh

Martyred Garud commando to be cremated at Chandigarh

Mortal remains of Garud commando, Jyoti Prakash Nirala will be flown to Chandigarh at 1.30 pm on Sunday where he will be cremated with full state honour.Nirala died during an encounter between security forces and Pakistani ultras who had crossed over to the Indian side. During the encounter that ensued in Bandipura district of Kashmir,

Patidar leaders give Congress 24-hour ultimatum on reservation issue

Patidar leaders give Congress 24-hour ultimatum on reservation issue

Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti (PAAS) leaders have given the Congress party a 24-hour deadline to declare their stand on the reservation status for the community. As the Congress leaders are under pressure and busy over selection of candidates for the Gujarat Assembly elections, there seems to be trouble brewing as the PAAS convenors, who had

Google salutes Indian filmmaker V. Shantaram

Google salutes Indian filmmaker V. Shantaram

Google on Saturday celebrated the 116th birth anniversary of renowned Indian filmmaker, actor and writer Shantaram Rajaram Vankudre, famed as ‘V. Shantaram’, alias Annasaeb. A colourful doodle depicts Shantaram’s pensive profile, with an iconic old movie camera of the early filmmaking era, stills from a Marathi film, and his two later blockbusters, “Do Aankhen Bara

89-Year-Old Japanese Grandma

89-Year-Old Japanese Grandma takes funny Self-Portraits, will definitely make you smile

If you think technology is for young people, then you haven’t heard about Kimiko Nishimoto. She’s an 89-year-old Japanese grandma who’s been snapping and editing her own pictures for the last 17 years. Despite of being so old, she never stopped enjoying each moment of her life. Her way of living and her style is

Ram Temple dispute

Ayodhya Case: Muslim personal law board seems to have rejected Sri Sri’s mediation even before it began

In a bid to resolve Ram Temple dispute, Spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravi Shankar meet Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath at the latter’s residence in Lucknow on Wednesday. The meet comes ahead of an interaction with stakeholders in the Babri Masjid dispute. Sri Sri’s offer to mediate in the Ram Temple dispute has found

Anganwadi workers

Anganwadi workers take out protest march, willing to get arrested

Under the banner of the All India Anganwadi Employees’ Union Bathinda block, workers today staged a protest by holding black flags in their hands against the state government outside the district administrative complex in the city. Later, they took out a protest march till the bus stand chowk. The protest was led by Amritpal Kaur. The

New York Times draws flak

New York Times draws flak over calling Saree ‘tool of Hindu nationalist campaign’

As if whitewashing of barbaric Mughals by foreigners in Indian publications wasn’t enough, we now have foreign publications like New York Times (NYT) publishing outrageous claims about post-2014 India. One Asgar Qadri, who writes frequently in NYT wrote an article which claims that the saree is a symbol of Hindu nationalism. He writes that promoting

Students’ model

Students’ model can turn smog into water

Students’ model: Students have developed a working prototype and model that can help reduce smog in front of vehicles to improve visibility. It has been developed at recently inaugurated Atal Tinkering Lab in Bhartiya Vidya Mandir, Udham Singh Nagar. Gurkirat Singh, Gautam, Arjun and Kriti say this mechanism can be fitted on vehicles and it

World Diabetes day: Pursue healthier lifestyle to fight diabetes- Modi

Pursue healthier lifestyle to fight diabetes: Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the occasion of World Diabetes Day on Tuesday urged people to pledge to lead a healthier life to overcome the disease. In his tweet, Modi said: “Spoke about the rising occurrence of diabetes among youth during Mann Ki Baat last month.” Today, on #WorldDiabetesDay, let us pledge to lead healthier

ISIS victims mass graves found in Iraq

Mass graves of IS victims found in Iraq

At least 400 suspected Islamic State group victims containing Mass graves have been found near the former jihadist bastion of Hawija in northern Iraq, the regional governor said Saturday. According to the official, discoveries was made at miltary base around three kilometres (two miles) from the city that the jihadists “turned into an execution ground”.“Not

Ludhiana MC polls: Congress to launch full throttle campaign soon

Congress to launch full throttle campaign for MC polls soon

Arjun Sharma With the Ludhiana Municipal Corporation is all set to witness polls in January, almost all political parties are busy in preparing strategy for their candidates and register a win. The Congress party, which is still in a euphoric state after a thumping victory in Punjab, is leaving no stone unturned to score a

Lalu demands rollback of note ban, GST

Lalu demands rollback of note ban, GST

Lalu demands rollback of note ban, GST RJD chief Lalu Prasad on Sunday demanded an immediate rollback of demonetisation and GST “for the sake of the people”.”Roll back notebandi and GST (Goods and Services Tax) for the sake of the people and the country,” the Rashtriya Janata Dal leader told the media here.Calling the two

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