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Born in penury, Noor Jehan went on to script a rich legacy as an aristocratic artist who braved many odds to continue singing and enthralling millions of fans across the subcontinent
The unsupervised disposal of pharmaceuticals is giving birth to a host of new challenges – contamination of water sources, poisoning of agricultural produce and outbreak of infection among civilians
A young Rugby enthusiast has astutely utilised the sport as an instrument of change by reaching out to society’s underprivileged and juvenile youth – dragging them out of a life of cursed misery to help them build a future of resilience, adaptation and optimism.
September 8 was World Physical Therapy Day. Dr Alopa Madane, an acclaimed physiotherapist, provides answers on why pets as well as humans may need physiotherapy to overcome pain and be successfully rehabilitated. This facility, which she offers to man’s best friend in Pune, is not yet available in Delhi or most major metros in India, leading to unnecessary suffering for our beloved pets.
Atal Bihari Vajpayee displayed a surprising dichotomy of espousing rightist ideals while proposing unblemished equality among all communities – this enigmatic combination doubled by his remarkable oratory and kindheartedness have immortalised his virtues in the history of Indian politics.
As Kerala drowned witnessing the wrath of Nature, – the NDRF, Armed Forces and ordinary citizens joined hands in a valiant effort to defy odds and showcase the power of united humanity.
During his influential lifetime spanning several decades, M Karunanidhi, espousing the ideals of Periyar and Annadurai, oversaw a monumental transformation in Tamil Nadu – from a poverty-stricken state to an ideal progressive society.
Trolling thrives only in the comfort of anonymity – with timely technological intervention and legal remedies, these sociopathic tendencies would stand dismissed.