April 19, 2019
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Growing burden of coronary diseases in rural areas alarming: Dr Sushil

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JAMMU, JULY 08: Intensifying the campaign to aware the common populace about the prevalence of cardiovascular diseases Dr. Sushil Sharma, (HOD Cardiology GMCH & SSH Jammu) today held a day long camp in village Ambaran of Akhnoor Area. More than 250 people were screened. They were thoroughly evaluated, diagnosed and free medicines were given as per the requirement.

While interaction with the people Dr Sushil Stressed on one of the important aspect which largely defines the health outcomes in rural and urban areas of the state . He highlighted that a significant gap exists between rural and urban healthcare and this deprivation in rural areas is very debilitating as near about 70 % of the population of the state lives in rural areas. Hitherto there was a notion that people in rural areas are much healthier than their urban counterparts but now we can observe rapid surge of diseases in the rural areas also.  There are around 40 million heart patients in India, out of which 19 million reside in urban areas and 21 million in rural areas. Even some recent findings are going to suggest that the chronic burden of diseases in rural areas may outweigh the urban areas by 2025.

During his interaction with the patients besides attributing low health awareness and unhealthy behaviours on their part as the prime reason for rise in cardiovascular diseases, he cited affordability, accessibility and availability as the prime barrier for the current shortfall of healthcare in rural societies. Accessibility to rural and remote communities is affected by the physical topography creating difficulties for transportation, at times complicated by varying climatic conditions. Most notably, majority of the rural people lives below the poverty line and they are not capable of affording the expenses on medical needs. All of these issues are accentuated in the context of often serious shortages of doctors, nurses and other health service providers in rural and remote areas. Sustainability of these services is dependent on adequate health service infrastructure and availability of specialist support, he added.

Considering the picture of grim facts there is a dire need to adopt a holistic approach involving all stakeholders to ensure that quality and timely healthcare reaches the deprived corners of our state, thereby making the Health for All a reality, he said

Residents of the area Sham Singh ( Ex panch ), Harbans Lal, Koushal Kumar, Sikander Singh and Mangal Singh appreciated the efforts of Dr Sushil and his team for conducting cardiac awareness camp in their Village.

Others who were part of this humane effort included Dr. Dhaneshwar Kapoor and Dr Kewal Kumar. Paramedics and Volunteers who were part of the team included Vikas Kumar, Manoj Sharma, Akshay Kumar, Nitish Gupta, Jagdeep Singh, Bhanu Partap Singh, Gourav Sharma, Raghav Rajput, Rohit Khajuria, Kamal Sharma, Harvinder Singh and Rajkumar .

Best supplement to gain weight from Big Muscles Nutrition

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Directions to use Big Muscles Xtreme Weight Gainer

Mix 3 level scoops (approx. 100g) of Xtreme Weight Gainer with 250 ML of water. The same can be taken with milk if you want to add more calories.

Fresh Up – An initiative to bring Home the Best Bed Mattress

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Fresh Up, is a premium mattress store from M.H. Polymers, having 25+ years of industry experience in manufacturing quality mattresses. The Company has set the stage through its online portal i.e. and selling quality mattresses online in India having premium range of Orthopedic, Spring and Memory Foam Mattress India.

Memory Foam provides comfort and gets its name due to its quality to remember the pressure points and adjusting its position accordingly hence memory foam. Further, the memory foam provides superior comfort to the sleeper whether sleeper who sleep on their sides or on back.

Apart from the Memory Foam Mattress India, the company has also introduced high end orthopedic mattresses best suited for people suffer from any form of joint pain such as neck, shoulder, back. The mattress has medium to firm hardness which is required for the people suffering from joint pain as the mattress corrects the alignment of spine and sleeper periodically gets relief from back, shoulder or neck pain. The company uses P.U. Foam and Memory foam to develop the wide range of mattresses.

Spring mattresses also have been designed using two technologies, first the pocket springs so that partner’s sleep doesn’t get disturb due to movement and another is traditional bonnell springs.

All such great range of mattresses is available online at great price, so checkout and bring home the best sleeping comfort.

Aqualite – Eyeing to be an INR 10 billion company by the end of the financial year 2018-19.

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Aqualite India

The Aqualite is a famous Indian Footwear Brand initiated in the year 2004 and since then designing quality footwear for Men, Women and Kids. The company is based in Bahadurgarh, Haryana, India and has the Corporate office at 1459, MIE, Part-II, Bahadurgarh, Haryana, India. The company has the capacity to manufacturer around 80 million pairs of shoes, sandals and slippers in a year.

Since its inception, the main focus of the company is to design durable yet stylish footwear for masses and that’s the reason they have reached to 7 billion INR company and eyeing to reach to 10 billion INR company by the end of the financial year 2018-19.

The product range includes Shoes, Slippers, Sandals, Flip-flops for Men, Women and Kids. The designed footwear offers stylish look, comfort and durability. Moreover, the footwear is designed considering the trend. All in all the leading footwear brand in India.

Yogi Adityanath’s First Cabinet Meeting Today, 15 days After He Took Oath

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NEW DELHI:  Yogi Adityanath will hold his first cabinet meeting on today evening, 15 days after he took oath as Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister. A loan waiver for farmers is expected to headline the meeting, which, ministers said, would focus on election promises made by the BJP. The party won a landslide mandate in UP last month.

Since he has taken over, Yogi Adityanath has made a slew of big announcements, including closing down illegal slaughterhouses, and has met his ministers informally several times, but had so far not called a cabinet meeting.

It is unusual for a new chief minister to not hold a cabinet meeting within days of taking over and the delay is being ascribed to his first trying to figure out how to fund a farm waiver. He is bound by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s promise at a public rally during the election campaign. “We will waive farmers’ loan in our first cabinet meeting after the results of the UP elections,” PM Modi had said.

The BJP’s manifesto or Lok Kalyan Sankalp Patra for UP also promised to waive loans of small and marginal farmers. UP has 1.8 crore marginal farmers and about 30 lakh small farmers.


The state’s farmers owe about 62000 crore to banks and cooperative societies, money which the state doesn’t have. The chief minister is trying to get central help, but helping fund a loan waiver in only one state will be impossible for the BJP-led central government. “We will have to either seek funds from the Centre or raise loans on our own,” a UP government spokesperson said.

Sources said the new state government could announce a partial waiver today. State Agriculture Minister Surya Pratap Shahi said a proposal on writing off farm loans would be presented before the cabinet when it meets at 5 this evening.

Other key promises like electricity in rural areas and an ordinance on slaughterhouses too are expected to be taken up at the cabinet meeting. “Decisions on a number of important issues will be taken at the cabinet meeting on April 4. The focus will be on honouring the promises made in the party’s manifesto,” said Keshav Prasad Maurya, one of UP’s two deputy chief ministers.

The cabinet meeting is being watched keenly. “I hope farmers’ loans will forgiven…In many nationalized banks the Samajwadi Party has forgiven farmers’ loans, now let us see how much the BJP implements,” said Juhi Singh of the Samajwadi Party, which ruled UP for the last five years under Akhilesh Yadav.

“We are in opposition, but a strong one. The Samajwadi Party is with the people. Let us see what schemes the BJP actually rolls out on the ground. If people will have a problem then we will come on the roads,” vowed Ms Singh, whose party could win only 47 seats in this year’s election, with the BJP sweeping 312 seats, 325 along with its allies.  

India Not Doing Enough After “Racial” Attacks on Africans: Envoys

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  • African envoys term attacks against African nationals in India as “xenophobic and racial”.
  • No known, sufficient and visible deterring measures were taken by India following attack on African students, African envoys say on recent attacks. They also sought an international inquiry.
  • The statement follows a series of attacks on students from Africa. One such instance in Greater Noida last week had prompteda callfrom External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister seeking immediate action.

15 Tamil fishermen “detained” in Iran released, says Sushma Swaraj

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New Delhi, Apr 3 –External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today confirmed that 15 Tamil fishermen, “detained” in Iran with Bahraini boats, have been released.
“I am happy to inform that Iran has released our 15 fishermen from Tamil Nadu.
They were detained with their three Bahraini boats,” Ms Swaraj said in a tweet.
She also appreciated the “good work by Indian Embassy in Iran” on the matter.
An Iranian court last month ruled that 15 Tamil fishermen out of 37 who were detained in that country in October 2016 can be released.

Panel for ‘Educationally Backward Classes’ can placate Jats and Patels

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New Delhi, Apr 3 – Into the last leg of on-going Budget session of Parliament, the Narendra Modi government is all set to get into motion for major legislative business vis-a-vis setting up on a new National Commission for Socially and Educationally Backward Classes (NSEBC) that will ultimately replace the two- decade old National Commission for Backward Classes.
The move though borders with the risk of displeasing “caste groups like Yadavs”, the new criterion to incorporate the “educationally backward classes” may help BJP retain support base among Jats in Haryana and Patels in Gujarat — especially on the eve of assembly polls in Prime Minister’s political backyard (Gujarat).
Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs S S Ahluwalia has said that the agenda for the coming week of Parliament would include the considering and passing of the National Commission for Backward Classes (Repeal) Bill, 2017.
Withdrawing the law that facilitated appointment of National Commission for Backward Classes will pave the way for moving a new bill that will seek to establish the new commission with “constitutional authority”.
The new Commission NSEBC will have a Chairperson, Vice-Chairperson and three other members.

Panic grips Srinagar after policemen open fire at hotel

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Srinagar, Apr 1 – Panic gripped civil lines in summer capital, Srinagar, this afternoon when police opened fire at a local hotel, official sources said. They said police received information that a suspected person had entered a hotel at Budshah Chowk in the civil lines and started damaging furniture and other property. Police immediately swung into action, rushed to the hotel and opened several rounds of fire and overpowered the person, who was reportedly mentally unsound. However, people in the busy area rushed for safety on hearing the firing shots, mistaking it as a fidayeen attack.

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