Foreign Body can be life endangering

Dr. H.J.Singh an eminent Chest Physician Bronchoscopist and Chairman of Indian Chest Society Punjab Chapter while addressing a press conference informed that Foreign Bodies especially of groundnut can be lead to serious complications like asthma and some time death even in children who inhale these foreign bodies accidently into their lung Patient namely  Anayka a one year old child presented to this Ranjit Hospital, Jalandhar  in critical condition with respiratory distress  and was cyanosed. Child’s mother told us that the child suddenly choked and stop breathing completely.

Is Union Minister Smriti Irani BJP's 'go-to' person for countering the Congress?

For a person who has had her own ups and downs in the government - from being the HRD minister when Narendra Modi became Prime Minister to being shifted to the less fancied textiles ministry - she appears to have emerged as BJP's swordarm to take on the Opposition, mainly the Congress, to convey the party's viewpoint on raging controversies.

'Operation Shakti' in the vanguard of Congress march to LS polls

NEW DELHI:  A new age which requires new tools. The realities that the digital and social embrace has brought about makes one's position tenuous if you don't engage with it. The new rules of engagement are rigorous and involve technological interface.

Social media as an instrument of combat

The Age of Information that set in with the success of IT revolution some three decades ago pushed the world economy and cross-border human interactions up in a transformational manner and established globalisation as a new reality.

BJP's Look East strategy

The significance that North India had in the BJP's 2014 general election strategy, probably it will be what East India will be in the 2019 general election. And while Varanasi was the epicenter of 2014 general election, it may be Puri or Kolkata in 2019.

#MeToo strikes where virtue means lack Of opportunity

Where does the burden of proof lie, with who? That is the question when it comes to the celebrities and the media and, of course, the person who wakes up after years and ages to accuse a celebrity or a coworker of misdemeanor, like molestation or even rape?

Indian cricketers seem to prefer ODI format:

The Indian cricket team has made history Down Under. Winning the Test series was just one part of the celebration. Beating the Australians in the ODIs, for the first time, was the icing on the cake.

No Rahul at Kolkata rally is like "Hamlet" without the Prince of Denmark Column: Political Circus)

Mamata Banerjee's mega rally in Kolkata had one notable absentee. Although many in the Who's Who of opposition stalwarts graced the occasion, Rahul Gandhi was conspicuous by his absence.

Now a #MeToo movement for Students and Parents!!
In the week of release of "Why Cheat India", Emraan Hashmi launches bold initiative
2018 saw the emergence of the #MeToo movement for women, empowering them to speak up against sexual harassment at the workplace. While several cries may have been illegitimate and publicity-seeking, on a larger level the cathartic movement sparked a revolution of sorts.

India's plan to breathe easy is out, but targets are not legally binding

NEW DELHI: The Indian government has unveiled its long-awaited National Clean Air Programme (NCAP) that aims at a 20-30 percent reduction of particulate matter (PM) concentration over the next five years, with an overall goal of mitigating air pollution and improving air quality in the country, which has some of the world's most polluted cities.

This winter control asthma with inhalation therapy

Whether youre indoors or outdoors, winter will exacerbate asthma attacks. Winter is the most loved season, but it might be unpleasant for patients with lung diseases.

New law on quotas: Is the BJP bidding goodbye to economic reforms?

Just as Narendra Modi mocked the Congress on the rural employment scheme by saying that it was a living example -- "jeeta jagta smarak" -- of the party's failures, the parliamentary approval of a 10 per cent quota for the economically weaker sections under the government's aegis underlined its inadequacies on the economic front.

Rama risks his life in Sony SAB’s Tenali Rama

Sony SAB’s Tenali Rama continues to remain an audience’s favorite with its interesting storyline and appealing characters. Continuing the rift between Tathacharya and Rama, Tathacharya (Pankaj Berry) leaves no stone unturned to demoralize Rama (Krishna Bharadwaj).

Children must be taught discipline of using communication technology

There is a general refrain from parents that their children are spending too much time with their smartphones -- chatting, SMSing or being on social media. Besides neglecting their studies, parents contend the children are being exposed to bad influences from webosphere. All of this has happened in the last 10-15 years and is being fuelled by the availability of communication technology like smartphones and the internet.

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