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Swine -Flu a sporadic disease; needed immediate checks!
Rakesh Aathur2/28/2015 11:23:44 PM
Swine- flu is a sporadic disease, being spread all over the Indian Territory which had galloped a huge toll of the patients to death since its dawn has been noticed here. The virus H1N1 has great affinity of attacking the patients who are not supplied with the suitable medicines at its proper stage, may lose the chance of living so more. So many of the cases such like came to be reported all over the Indian states as it had been firstly watched in the Telengana state where it had demised the more than 13 people from their lives. Since then the spread of the disease has been continuous in its full swing over which the Indian medical sciences have only limited sources of curable medici
Exam festivals aren't the answer
Anjuli Bhargava2/28/2015 11:23:24 PM
If the prime minis ter wants the ten sion of examinations to ease up, he may have to look at some more serious reform of India's education system than holding festivals, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has poor handwriting. He never scored high marks as a student. He passed his examinations, perhaps, because his teachers could barely read what he wrote. Yet he is leading our nation of a billion-odd people. In a radio talk the other day, Modi urged students not to consider examinations a burden. He also suggested "exam festivals" be held twice a year at schools to help lift the tension surrounding examinations. He wants satirical poems and cartoon contests on the subject. The prime m
Anna’s protest politicized, exposes designs behind it?
Er. Jitender Kohli2/28/2015 11:23:10 PM
Anna Hazzare planned pro test for 24th and 25th of Feb 2015 at Jantar Mantar Delhi just one day earlier of Parliament session to begin was supported by Rahul Gandhi Congress Vice President, Arvind Kejriwal AAP supreme-CM Delhi as well including other allied of UPA. This protest is significant for its political linking in contrast to the earlier Anna protest which proved a failure because of Kejriwal-Anna joining hand with the Congress making Kejriwal as creator of Aam Aadmi Political party. That protest was started for a noble cause to get Lokpal to curb the corrupt governing system patronized by some families using the political; parties as their trade units. It was projected as th
The curious case of Rahul Gandhi
Kalyani Shankar2/28/2015 11:22:27 PM
The publicised sabbatical of the Congress vice president, who is often missing in action, shows he is yet to secure his niche within the party Why does the Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi hog the front-page headlines for all the wrong reasons? The Gandhi scion has done it again by disappearing on the eve of the Budget Session of Parliament when his party members expected him to lead the attack on the Modi Government. Mr Gandhi often goes abroad and has missed many other important occasions like the farewell party to former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, the 130th birth anniversary of the party, to name just a few. Surprisingly, this time the Congress had made his sabnatical
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