Health & Lifestyle

6 Tips to Spark your Diwali Celebrations

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Written by Admin Tuesday, 25 October 2011 09:35

 

On Diwali, the festival of light, celebrations have been held in every walk of life. In fact, these celebrations have started 20 days earlier with Dusshera. The light of Diwali get lightened in many countries like America, United Kingdom, Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia etc. and people in different countries love to celebrate Diwali in their own way.

The basic thinking of unity in cultural diversity of Hindu religion provides the opportunity of being part of the Diwali celebrations and enjoying rituals that boost the mood and feeling of togetherness with a global harmony. To make these celebrations more auspicious and wonderful, we come up with various aspects which would certainly help in making your and your close one’s Diwali celebrations a never forgotten splendid experience.

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“eHealth” – Gateway to your health solution

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Written by Admin Wednesday, 29 June 2011 15:06

There is a paradigm shift from 1960’s onward towards knowledge based societies. It is time to move from “Information for All” to “Information Literacy for All.” [1] Today, societies are getting transformed into knowledge based societies because of the acquisition and assimilation of new information technology with the existing one. Some prominent researchers already have foreseen ‘increasing knowledge base’ as the main indicator of the growth of a country and brought crucial transformation in the society.

eHealth information is growing gradually because PC penetration and the number of internet subscribers in India are on the rise. [5] Health information is any quantifiable and non-quantifiable information that can be used by health decision-makers and clinicians to better understand disease processes and health care issues, and to prevent, diagnose or treat health problems. WHO focuses on improving availability, quality and use of health information across different levels. Growth of World Wide Web is going to create new opportunities for direct patient access to health care resources. [6] It is anticipated that the Internet is going to be the most popular source of health information for the mankind.

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Global Warming – A more cohesive approach needed

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Written by Admin Wednesday, 29 June 2011 15:06

As the Kyoto Protocol’s first phase of emission reduction is getting completed in December 2012, everyone is thinking about the parameters of the second phase which needed to be given a shape in near future. It is a known fact that both the developed and developing countries are realising the need of cutting on pollution prone technology and adopting cleaner technology.

Many of the developed countries are ready to pay for the efforts of sustaining climate but they want to pay it as a charity amount which is not acceptable to developing countries. Developed countries need to pay more as they are the main polluters from a long time. The developing countries want that these payments should come through United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

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10 on 10 Steps to Save our Planet

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Written by Admin Wednesday, 29 June 2011 15:06

People have started understanding the importance of sustaining our ecosystem for a pleasant life for our coming generation and knowing the ways of saving energy and money. Globally, efforts are being made on individual / organisational / at governmental level to use better ecological technologies to save the environment.

Some simple 10 on 10 steps can help you to save on both the natural resources and increase your savings.

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Tourism

In recent time, tourism has emerged as an important sector for generating employment, reducing poverty and improving infrastructure in different areas.

Jim Corbett National Park – A Real Paradise
 

Real Estate

The RBI’s 50 point hike in repo rate is going to affect the real estate sector adversely. Already, the interest rate for housing loan is at higher side.

Chandigarh and surrounding real estate – Good area for Investors
 

Automobile

Ford India launched good looking Ford Endeavour 4X2 AT, with a five speed automatic gearbox and 3.0 litre...

Toyota Etios – Luxury with Affordability
Kizashi – Sedan from Maruti Suzuki