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‘God couldn’t be everywhere and therefore he made mothers’

Chander M Bhat Joseph Rudyard Kipling, Indian born English journalist has rightly said "God could not be everywhere, and therefore he made mothers." It is very difficult to define a mother in a few words. They are the idol of selfless love and affection despite how much occupied they are and...

Bollywood Buzz

A tribute to Satish Koul

Avtar Mota Once known as Amitabh Bachchan of Punjabi cinema, Satish Kaul died a lonely man in Ludhiana some days back. Satish acted in more than 300 Punjabi and Hindi films besides playing the role of Lord Indra in the popular TV show 'Mahabharata'. He also acted in some more...

Personality

The man behind India’s Vaccine Success

B L Razdan People in Nemili village in Tamil Nadu are ecstatic to have a man born in their village be one of the key people to finally bring out a vaccine for the corona virus. The small village and its residents are cheering for Dr Krishna Ella, the founder...

Health

Immunity Boosting Millets

Asad Mirza Millets need to be promoted more proactively by the government, to boost its demand and consumption to turn it into a profitable crop...

Career & Education

RBI yet to allow crypto transactions but for how long...

Anjan Roy In the midst of all the uncertainties and tailspins of last one year, there has been one exception - the rise and rise of the Bitcoin. Currently, it is well past $60,000 and, if God does not know, Elon Musk of Tesla seems to be aware when the...

Society

Friends in autumn years

The number of senior citizens in the country is increasing. Many of them today have to live alone as children live abroad or are on work assignments for long periods. To cater to their daily needs, magnified during the pandemic, start-up companies are coming up to extend a helping hand, finds Anju Munshi. Gayatri...

Book Review

Poetry has a deep underlying symbolic message

Anil Paba Poetry has a deep underlying symbolic message and it often serves as an analogy to significant life events. Love Enigmatic is one such collection of love poems which has been composed by Ashok Kumar Sharma who is serving as a Sr. Lecturer in English in Govt. Hr. Sec....

Fashion

Turmeric in beauty care

Shahnaz Husain Turmeric, the most powerful orange-yellow spice not only makes food tasty but brightens your skin and works against acne, uneven skin tone and even on fine wrinkles. This humble spice with amazing natural ingredients, has been used as a skin care ingredient to tackle skin trouble, heal cracked feet,...

Heritage

When Shankaracharya sat at Sarvanjnanapeetham

B L Razdan Often we hear the delighting phrase: "From Kashmir to Kanyakumari" as an assertion of India's unity and integrity. But, sadly, not many of us know that it was a lad from South India, who unified India after re-establishing the faith of Sanatan Dharma which is holding its...

Science & Technology

The First Vehicle for a Student — What Should You Pay...

Excelsior Correspondent A student’s car is the first own vehicle for many. The independent, adult life, often connected with moving to a new, larger city, is a perfect time to buy one. However, not every car will make life easier in the long run. We provide advice on what car...

Art and Culture

Fumble and Rumble marked festival of plays

Lalit Gupta Organized by J&K Cultural Academy after a gap of two years, the magical journey of the Festival of Plays 2020-21, here, started with an opening-day fumble and also ended with a rumble. On the bright side, it was also marked by a few takeaways. The Fumble: Disruption in the...

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