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COVID -19 and Depression free Senior Citizens
6/2/2020 11:31:28 PM
Er. Jitender Kohli (Retd) Coronavirus started from China taking Chinese system unaware of its disaster affect made them to keep it within them before it exhibited its devastation victimizing other countries including India. Being late target of this COVID 19 Indian Government led by Modi PM reacted to it by preparing to counter this virus. One day home self curfew and Lockdown in stages saved thousands of lives though it affected national economy. Choosing between saving human lives and financial benefits the Modi led government chooses protecting human lives is being acknowledged at global level. The lockdown and its restrictions imposed nearly curfew to the routine life of people whic
Indo-China border management: Well established protocols should be abided with
6/2/2020 11:31:19 PM
Jasbir Sarai As India and China continue with their face-off at multiple points along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) it becomes imperative to revisit the various agreements and protocols that guide the management of the LAC. There are "five pacts" that both sides have, over time, agreed upon to maintain “peace and tranquility” along the borders. These are:- • The 1993 Agreement on Maintenance of Peace and Tranquility along the Line of Actual Control in the India-China Border Areas. • The 1996 Agreement on Confidence Building Measures in the Military Field along the LAC. • The 2005 Protocol on Modalities for the Implementation of the Confidence Building Measur
6/2/2020 11:31:09 PM
Dr. Parveen Kumar, Dr. D. Namgyal ‘There can be no illusions: We are in this for the long haul’. These are the words of Dr. Poonam Khetrapal, Regional Director of World Health Organization for South East Asia. These words are regarding the COVID-19, which means that corona virus is here to stay and we have to live with it for a long time. The South East Asian region with one-fourth of the global population and disproportionate disease burden continues to be vulnerable in view of high population densities, mega-urban slums, migrant groups, socio-economic drivers impacting compliance to physical and social distancing, in addition to the global shortage of essential medicines and commodit
Adding ‘value’ to environment care
6/2/2020 11:31:03 PM
Gurudev sri sri ravi shanker Every year as the World Environment Day approaches, a clamor for stricter green laws and regulations is heard across the globe. While laws are important, they are not enough to ensure environmental sustainability. We need to make care for environment a part of our value system. All the ancient cultures around the world have honored Nature - plants, rivers, mountain and nature have always been revered. In India it was a part of the tradition to plant five trees for every tree that was cut. Water was an integral part of all important rituals and ceremonies. Rivers were worshipped as mothers and the Earth was regarded as a goddess. This attitude of treating
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