Tag: diseases

No Choice But To Live In Disguise

The father of modern computing and artificial intelligence, a code-breaker, a mathematician and a war hero Alan Turing who cracked Nazi code and reduced World War II by two years faced prosecution...

Distancing Ourselves From Mother Nature : Prioritizing Stressful Work Over Precious Health

Be it assignments, internals, exams, society work, internships, seminars, or workshops - college students undoubtedly are engaged in a lot of work. In today's competitive world, excessive workload is not just limited to...

THE DENGUE DREAD

The SDMC report released on Monday 29th October, stated in its report that at least 290 new dengue cases have been diagnosed in the city during the previous week. With this, the...

How To Stay Healthy And Fit

Health is a dynamic process. Being healthy and fit in simple terms means taking good care of the body. We should remember that a healthy mind resides only in a healthy body....

Using Digital Media Too Often? Here’s What Will Happen

If you are someone who uses his phone too often, it's bad news. A recent study published in the Journal of American Medical Association suggested an increased risk of ADHD in teens who...
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The Taste Palate: Matar Kulcha

All of us have this one shop near our colleges, metro stations, or bus stops that serve piping hot matar kulchas. Now with the...

Shakuntala Devi Review: A prodigy caught in family obligations

Set through her daughter Anupama’s memories, Shakuntala Devi not only portrays a contrast of characters but also the vivid relationships that mothers and daughters...

Commemorating 60 years of Mughal-e-Azam: addition to the Oscars Library

In time there is seldom a movie that comes along with such grandeur that it is remembered and revered by the generations to come....