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Bulandshahr violence : ‘’From Accident to Political Conspiracy - CM' Yogi Adityanath’'

Bulandshahar Violence : “cow killers are our top priority” - Add. Superintendent of Police (Rural - U.P)

Video 2 : A three-minute video clip that appears to be from Bulandshahr surfaced recently, seemingly capturing the rowdy uncontrollable mob that attacked police officials on Monday, 3 December, revealing the possible attack on inspector Subodh Kumar.Video 3 : Zee news on '3'rd Dec : Bulandshahr violence: Deceased SHO's driver recounts incidentVideo 4 : DNA analysis of Bulandshahr violence which killed a copVideo 5, NDTV : Prime Time With Ravish Kumar, Dec 05, 2018 | Was the Bulandshahr Violence Pre-planned?

Bulandshahr: As the horrific violence singed Bulandshahr district on Monday 3rd dec’19 arround 10.30 AM, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Deputy Chief Ministers Keshav Prasad Maurya and Dinesh Sharma were found to be ‘missing’. Shockingly, as two lives were claimed by mob violence in Bulandshahr, the UP CM was enjoying a light and sound show in Gorakhp…

The Biggest killers in India : Lifestyle diseases

Over 61 per cent of all deaths in India are due to lifestyle or non-communicable diseases (NCDs). But India cannot curb NCDs unless environmental risk factors are addressed, shows a latest research publication on the state of India’s health,Body Burden: Lifestyle Diseases. Launched on 27th November in New Delhi by the Centre for Science and Environment and Down To Earth, the book investigates new and emerging environmental triggers of NCDs in India. The World Health Organization (WHO), which identifies alcohol, tobacco, poor diet intake and lack of physical activity as major risk factors for NCDs, says that an investment of US $1-3 per person per year is needed to reduce illness and death from NCDs. But Sunita Narain, director general, CSE says the investment for India will be much higher. “The cost is going to be much higher considering that risk factors (in India) are many more than the four identified by the global body. These risk factors have multiple targets and can cause diseases…

Herbal remedies to get rid of depression 'the silent killer'

Depression is the leading cause of ill health and disability worldwide. The depression rate in India in 2016-17 was 36 percent. Depression increased significantly among persons in the U.S. from 2005 to 2015, from 6.6 percent to 7.3 percent. Notably, the rise was most rapid among those ages 12 to 17, increasing from 8.7 percent in 2005 to 12.7 percent in 2015 report’s ‘’Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health and the CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy.’’ Ayurvedic herbs herbs can help in healing the body in more ways than one. We are not oblivious to the fact how depression is fast becoming a common lifestyle problem with many of us suffering from symptoms like anxiety, stress and insomnia. These may seem like mere day to day problems, but they can turn into a matter of concern in the long run. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), depression is the leading cause of ill health and disability worldwide. More than 300 million people are living w…

18 signs you're in a healthy relationship

A healthy relationship is where the husband can cook meals and the wife can pay bills if need arises. A healthy relationship is where the husband or wifedoesn't need to lie or hide about their money or property from each other. A healthy relationship is where both husband and wife bring up their children equally. 

The 18 signs of a healthy relationship are - A healthy relationship is where neither the husband nor the wife brings back the matters of past and taunt each other regularly for the past mistakes that were committed.A healthy relationship is where neither the husband nor the wife stop the other one to carry out his/her responsibilities towards parents or siblings. A mature husband-wife understands the value of family. Neither the husband expects the wife to forget her family, neither the wife expects the husband to leave his family like she did.A healthy relationship is where there is communication. Husband and wife both discuss almost everything with each other before takin…

Ayurvedic herb for managing diabetes

Diabetes: This Ayurvedic Herb May Help Manage Blood Sugar Levels Diabetes: There are a number foods, spices and herbs which can help regulate blood sugar levels. We tell you why ‘punarnava’ could be a great herbal medicine for managing diabetes well.
Botanical Name : Boerhavia Diffusa Linn. It is also sometimes written as Berhaavia Diffusa. Family : NYCTAGINACEAE Diabetes is a lifestyle condition that cannot be cured, but can be managed well with a healthy diet and exercises. It is a condition in which insulin production is inadequate, or the body's cells do not respond properly to insulin. This causes the blood sugar levels to fluctuate on regular intervals, further damaging your kidneys. Ayurveda suggests adding herbs to manage blood sugar levels, of which Punarnava is said to be very effective. Punarnava, also known as Boerhavia Diffusa, helps manage your blood sugar levels and keeps them in control. This herb has long been used in herbal medicines for various health conditions. W…