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Students of Mount Litera School International celebrate Valentine’s Day with a difference

Around 100 students from Grade 6 to Grade 9 of Mount Litera School International (MLSI), an IB school in Mumbai celebrated Valentine’s Day with a difference. They tried spreading love in the...

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MICQ gears up to set more records

After creating multiple Guinness World Records, the Mother India’s Crochet Queens are gearing up to create more records: the world largest gathering of people crocheting simultaneously and the...

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Priyanka Hore– Who braved odds to pursue her dreams

  By: Dr. Dnyaneshee Dudhal “Why do they even have vernacular medium schools, don’t they want ‘us’ to excel in life?”, Priyanka Hore Daulatkar grumbled as I sat beside her, designing...

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‘See from the Heart’, a blindfold run spreads awareness on health and fitness for women

Bengaluru: United Sisters Foundation organised ‘See from the Heart’, a blindfold run across 35 locations in 16 cities in three countries to support the upcoming ‘Spirit of Pinkathon’ run from...

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Not yet 3 and Nitara Bhambhani has a National record in her kitty

By: Varda Sharma Her achievement is as magical and beautiful as the little, chirpy doll that she is. Nitara Bhambhani who would turn three on 20th September, 2018 has already set a National Record....

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Need for uniform education policy

The rising cases of suicides amongst the students in the recent past, has once again raised doubts on the current education system. Undoubtedly, the students these days are under tremendous pressure....

Where there is a will there is a way proves Prajakta Samant

Prajakta Samant needs no introduction in Mumbai and Navi Mumbai. Daughter of the noted social activist Bharat Samant,Prajakta, despite her busy schedule in corporate world, leaves no opportunity to...

Doctors and several parents delighted with ‘fat tax’ move by Kerala government

Kerala: The doctors and several parents have expressed delight over the imposition of the 14.5 per cent ‘fat tax’ by Kerala government on pizzas, burgers, sandwiches and tacos sold...

Centre’s 24/7 shop policy evokes mixed response

The Model Shop and Establishment Bill approved by the Centre on Wednesday, which will permit eating joints, movie theatres, malls and local markets to remain open round the clock, has evoked mixed...

HUMAN RIGHTS OF THE ELDERLY PERSONS- The Bitter Truth

“I want to awaken the passion and creativity of youth, combine it with the wisdom, experience and insight of elders, and transform our world.”- Ocean Robbins   The Traditional Indian value...

Donate organ.. save precious lives- 70 year old gives life to Four…

The world is facing an organ shortage crisis with majority of patients with organ failures ending up dying while awaiting a transplant. Simultaneous with efforts to early diagnose and treat chronic...

NMMC to provide free antenatal services to the needy women

Belapur: 50 doctors from the Navi Mumbai Obstetrics and Gynaecological Society (NMOGS) have joined hands with the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) to implement the Pradhan Mantri Surakshit...

106-year-old grandmother becomes oldest Olympic torch bearer

THREE years after becoming the world’s oldest skydiver, Aida Gemanque became the oldest Olympic torch bearer on Saturday when she carried the flame in the Amazonian city of Macapa, aged 106....

Eat right to smile bright

Whenever it comes to the health of our teeth, don’t we all have a natural tendency to directly link it to the way we brush or the time we take to maintain our oral hygiene? Well the truth is in...

Frozen Shoulder

By Dr. Shantanu Mallick MBBS (Cal), DA (Mum), FIPP (UK), Pain Physician It is not always clear why a patient develops shoulder complaints except it is due to trauma. In general, the pain prevents the...