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vrain12

Traveler by soul, empathetic by heart, emotions stir my inner thoughts.

Side Effects of Green Tea on Women

The favorite drink of today and best touted as ‘weight- loss aid,’ green tea is a choice of many but when it is a high source of antioxidants and helps us in many ways, it can have some adverse effect on women’s health according to some studies. It is always […]

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New Tool Can Identify Endangered Corals

There has been good news in the area of coral conservation as a newly developed genotyping chip has been launched which is the first in its kind and has the potential to save corals by identifying them genetically. The chip can differentiate between corals and the symbiotic algae which lives […]

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Demerits of Blood Donation

We all know that donating blood is one of the most noble causes on this earth and it helps in saving lives. According to American Red Cross, a single donation can save three lives. But blood donation also has some cons, which include: Bruising, continued bleeding, dizziness, light- headedness, nausea, […]

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A Case of COVID Reinfection Reported in Bengaluru.

Fortis, a private hospital released a statement about 27-year-old woman who tested positive for the virus again which appears to be a scary situation of the recurrence of such devastating virus. The woman was tested positive in July for the first time after she got symptoms fever of cough, she […]

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47 Educators Awarded in Virtual Ceremony.

President Ram Nath Kovind bestowed 47 educators with National Award in a Virtual Ceremony for working exceptionally in the educational field. It was the first time the ceremony was held virtually in the wake of pandemic COVID-19. The President admired the role of women as educators as he noticed that […]

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Acidification of Ocean causes Coral ‘Osteoporosis’

It has been long since the scientists have been suspecting ocean acidification being the cause of affecting corals’ capacity of forming their skeletons. They were not able to isolate the effect as continuous heating of ocean temperatures due to warmer weather also contributed to effect on coral growth. The scientists […]

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Plight of Dugg Dugge Brahmins

Maharaja Gulab Singh brought Dugg-Dugge Brahmins from Rajasthan approximately 170 years back to accept ‘Shani Daan’ and to perform ‘Shani Dev Pooja’ as a priest as Hindu priests were not ready to accept ‘Shani Daan’ and denied to perform such ‘Pooja (worship)’ and accept ‘Daan (alms)’ related to ‘Shani Dev.’ […]

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September 2: The Tree of Life’s Celebration Day

September 2 is observed as World Coconut Day to create awareness about coconut trees and its benefits. For Asian and Pacific Coconut Community including India, which mass produces coconut this day is of utmost importance. Coconut tree is also known as tree of life because it plays a significant role […]

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Lock-down Woes

Due to the COVID-19 lock-down, I went back home in March. COVID-19 outbreak came to light in December, 2019 and started from Wuhan, China; when it was declared to WHO that cluster cases of pneumonia-like disease were spreading due to unknown causes. Later, WHO declared it pandemic seeing the enormous […]

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Sale of Flowers Dip due to COVID-19 in Kerala

During Onam times flowers sell like hot cakes every year. But this year the market is seeing cold winds due to COVID-19. The flowers sellers said that COVID has dampened their most profitable season’s sale. Flowers are used in decorations, making floral carpets and other purposes during Onam and every […]

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Ways to Deal with Hunger During Weight Loss Journey

During our weight loss journey, when we workout, we tend to feel hunger pangs and how we deal with those will decide how well our journey will be and how we will be able to continue our work-outs. There are many people who are in the category of feeling unabated […]

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The Big Day Tomorrow for Students

The verdict on different petitions filed by students against UGC in demand to scrape off final year/terminal semester university examinations in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic will be pronounced tomorrow by the Supreme Court. It will be presided over by a 3-judge bench whose head will be Justice Ashok Bhushan, […]

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Screening Tuberculosis Patients for COVID-19 Necessary.

Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has announced that all the tuberculosis patients have to be screened for COVID-19 and vice-versa according to the new guidelines. People having ILI (Influenza Like Illness) or Severe Acute Respiratory Infections (SARI) will be screened for Tuberculosis and COVID-19 as these two diseases […]

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28 Trillion of Ice Disappeared Since 1994

Scientists from Leeds and Edinburgh Universities and University of London have investigated that 28 trillion of ice has been lost since 1994 from the face of earth and they have pointed out that there may be a remarkable rise in the sea levels. They have been measuring the loss of […]

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Charismatic Teejan Bai

Teejan Bai from Chattisgarh, a renowned Pandavani exponent was awarded  Padma Vibhushan awards in March, 2019 by the President Ram Nath Kovind for performing a traditional art form, Pandavani from Chhattisgarh, in which she enacts tales from the Mahabharata, with musical accompaniments. Pandavani means stories of Pandava brothers in Mahabharat. It involves enacting and […]

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Jewels of Mysore

The company of pelicans, herons and silent lake Stirs the inner thoughts makes your spirit awake Today we are going to talk about jewels of Mysore which shines like diamond when daylight dances on it. Yes we are talking about Kukarahalli and Karanji Lake which is in true sense real […]

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IS COVID-19 HELPING CLIMATE!!!

The environment ministry of Germany affirmed that it would have been impossible to meet the climate goal of 2020 if the corona virus pandemic had not entered the scene, because of its arrival the country was able to see a huge drop in greenhouse gas emissions. They were hoping to […]

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Resilience

There is a mindset commonly known as resilience. Resilience means when a person can recover from hardships and turn the difficult times into the favorable ones. This is a virtue which can change a person’s outlook and the way to handle strenuous situations. The resilient people have the capacity to […]

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Need of the Hour

We all love a fit body whether it’s a guy or girl. From old to young, nobody wants to be fat, obese or overweight. But when it comes to eating, most of us love eating outside food, junk food, street food, overall, the food which tastes delicious. When somebody talks […]

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