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When the Captain Talks : KAPIL DEV

Down-to-earth and a man of integrity- who truly believes no matter how far you reach in life, you should never forget your roots, the origins which strengthen your overall character! Invaluable words from an extraordinary man. Kapil Dev is a legendary cricketer widely regarded as one of the greatest all-rounders in the history of Indian

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Experiential Learning : By Dr Neeru Bali

Experiential learning is a method to get hands-on learning experiences to acquire skills and knowledge. Unlike the typical classroom, it allows students to gain real-life understanding by emphasising practical applications. It encourages students to deeply understand the process, which helps them to engage and interact with their environment. Critical thinking developed through the real-life application

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Exercise Well for Bone Health : Dr Sameer Aggarwal

He is dynamic, a workaholic and a multifaceted personality. Highly organised, extremely efficient and has an eye for precision. Being a surgeon and an able administrator with vision- all these qualities come naturally to him, or vice versa. Meet the Orthopaedic surgeon from PGI Chandigarh, Dr Sameer Aggarwal, who is in charge Level 1 Trauma

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Strengthen Public Dealing : Dr Priyanka Soni,IAS

A young mother, soft-spoken, focused and spot on! Meet Dr Priyanka Soni, a 2012 Haryana Cadre IAS who hails from Rajasthan. As DC, Panchkula (Haryana), she aims to maximize the benefit of existing public-friendly government systems. Married to Dr Aditya Dhaiya, a 2011 batch IAS, she juggles her time between her demanding work and her

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Breaking Barriers : Dr Ramandeep Kaur, IPS

An Assam Cadre IPS, Dr Ramandeep Kaur, is not just a distinguished officer from 2013 batch, but has made significant contributions to law enforcement. She is currently on her new profile in the Central government. Officers like her, who are fearless and dedicated, symbolise strength- breaking gender stereotypes with her exceptional leadership. Here is a

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Benefits of Good Mental Health

Good mental health doesn’t only mean absence of mental health problems like depression, anxiety or other psychological issues. It also refers to presence of positive attitude towards life. Your mental health affects your daily life- the way you feel, act, and make choices in your life. Mental wellbeing is important at every stage of your

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Transgender Women Showing the World a New Way

Even though a large part of the world tends to persist in its stereotypical approach, it about time to reorient things! Male, female, transgender, non- binary or other gender identities – individuals deserve respect for their work and who they are as a person, notwithstanding what any conventional norms say. At the end of the

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The Most S-paw-cial Friend!

“I had always wanted a dog,” says Anushca caressing the little Pepper sleeping on her lap. Pepper and Scooby are the tiny stars twinkling her life. Intelligent dogs, ShihTzus are very protective of their home and so are Pepper and Scooby. These cuties never let strangers walk through the door without barking at them. “Pepper

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Mother’s Care : Both Mental and Physical Health

Her most befitting introduction is that she is a patient-friendly doctor. She is known for her compassionate approach toward patients. With over 23 years of clinical experience, a significant part has been at PGIMER Chandigarh and leading hospitals like Fortis, Max Superspeciality as a Senior Consultant; she is a firm believer that all mothers must

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5 Best Books for Introverts

In 2022 5 Best Books for Introverts

An introvert is a person who gains energy from being alone and loses energy in a stimulating environment. Such a person takes time to open up with someone and observes a lot about others. If you don’t know whether you are an introvert or not, we have some common traits of introverts: Need for solitude,

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15 Things Stylish Women Do Every Day

15 Things Stylish Women Do Every Day

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What is Gaslighting & How to Respond to it?

Imagine a situation in which mental health problems stem from or are due to someone close to you! Gaslighting is referred to as a form of psychological abuse in which the sufferer is presented with a false narrative of reality. To put it another way, gaslighting is a type of manipulation where a person makes

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Karma Yog & its Understanding

Every person on the planet wants to learn life management to prosper in life and be happy, with a peaceful mind and get clarity on the purpose of life. Lord Krishna has covered every aspect of life in the Bhagavad Gita. The three paths given in Gita are Karma Yoga (Yoga of Action), Jyana Yoga

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Here are the Top 6 Reasons Why Baisakhi is Special

Top 6 Reasons Why Baisakhi is Special

It’s the month of April. Celebrate the beauty of this traditional festival- Baisakhi with love and light. Happy Baisakhi! Here are the Top 6 Reasons Why Baisakhi is Special 1. Farmers’ gratitude- Punjab is the ‘fertile land of India’. It is considered to be the prime land for agriculture. Farmers take this festival of Baisakhi

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Dr Padma Shrivastava

Dr Padma Shrivastava: World Health Day Special

Knowledge is Power! Here is an interesting insight into good health, women and the medical profession, and much more by a veteran in the medical profession- Dr Padma Srivastava, Professor, Head, Department of Neurology, Chief, Neurosciences Center, AIIMS, New Delhi The Mindset- Root Cause The overall mindset of a society has a significant impact on

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2. Eating Right: You might have heard this – you are what you eat. To modify it, you are also how much of what you eat. Eating a healthy diet is not about strict limitations, staying unrealistically thin, or depriving yourself of the foods you love. Instead, it’s about feeling great, having more energy, improving

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