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  • Honey: Nature’s Exclusive Wonder Food

    By Suresh Unnithan An ounce of honey a day can save you from infections, says Raju, an apiculture expert from the hill district of Idukki in Kerala.  Raju, a farmer by tradition took to beekeeping at an early age of 12, studying in fifth standard.  Now he is 55, and in full steam, popularizing his […]

    Queen of her castle Sonam Kapoor Ahuja opens her London house and studio for the first time to Architectural Digest India

    For the very first time, Bollywood actor Sonam Kapoor Ahuja has opened the doors to her London home and studio, and AD India has got the first look. The September-October Style issue gives readers an exclusive peek into the home she shares with husband Anand Ahuja, which is replete with distinct Indian touches. The hand-carved […]

    Maharshi Shushruta, The Great Grandfather of Surgery!

    by Ayurvedacharya Dr.Hitesh Jani In India, today, if we say, surgeries took place 125 years ago, that too plastic surgery in Gujarat that too in Saurashtra, anyone would seldom believe me and would say i am lying. Someone may even say i am describing a beautiful dream. But the fact is, history holds records of […]

    Slovenian Foreign Policy – Way ahead

    The political balance within the EU at the time of the Covid-19 pandemic has clearly indicated a direction of significant changes. Initially it seemed that solidarity of some seemingly very friendly countries is simply not to be counted on. However, the common problem of all European countries triggered even bigger solidarity, which led to adoption […]

    Lebanon 2020: From “The Pearl of the Orient” to failed state?

    By General (Rtd) Corneliu Pivariu Before the explosion of the Port of Beirut (the biggest one in an urban area in the last decades), on August 4, 2020, the situation in Lebanon was circumscribed to the regional focus only while the disaster caused by the blast (around 200 dead, more than 6,000 wounded and damages […]

    CCRI: Training to Spin Kismet from Coir

    Text and Photos by Suresh Unnithan ( source PNINEWS.COM) Learn the art of “spinning fortune from coir” from Archana, a young rural house wife.  She acquired this skill form Central Coir Research Institute (CCRI) Alapuzha, one of the ation’s premier institutions researching on coir and coir products.   “A fortnight’s training at CCRI could change […]

    Integrated Medicine: The Precise System for Perfect Health Care

    Dr Wahida Murthy, MBBS DLO Here in this article  I am trying to present a holistic view of the integrated Medice; the system that provides customized, personalized, patient centric healthcare. In this unique healthcare system patient and practitioner are partners in the healing process. More than that, all pertinent factors that influence health, wellness, and […]

    Dalai Lama: The Joyful Monk Who Cheers All

    By Vijay Kranti In my 48 year long association with His Holiness the Dalai Lama as a journalist and photographer, I’ve met many journalist friends, especially photographers who would confront me with an almost identical sarcastic question, “Don’t you feel sick of shooting the same man again and again?” And they are amused by my […]

    Ánandanagar: An Eco-Community Model for a post-COVID-19 era

    Ácárya Shambhúshivánanda Avadhúta In every age, there have been attempts by the visionaries of the era to build sacred spaces in order to manifest the noble traditions of their time. In the recent past, the cities of Santiniketan, Auroville, and Chandigarh are just a few examples. Shantiniketan, founded in 1942 by Nobel Prize recipient Rabindranath […]

    “Child abuse is rampant; Children are not vote bank, so ignored”

    There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children. These are the words of Nelson Mandela, the revolutionary Humanist.  But regrettably, majority of children across the globe are deprived of a safe and violence free environment. A UNICEF report says “Over half of the world’s […]