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Article Body shaming destroyed a hundred careers in showbiz industry: Cosmetologist Dr Monica Kapoor
Ever since social media became a bridge between celebrities and their fans, the pressure to look desirable increased manifold.
Article Balancing is the key to success in life
Women around the globe acknowledge that even though it is tough, achieving work - life balance isn't impossible.
Article Driver’s foot can be caused due to continuous driving
Driver’s foot is a very common foot pain condition, usually found among drivers.
Article Marching for safety, equality in work spaces
Men, women and youth participate in a silent march to demand for gender equality and safety in the world of work
Article Exploring the creative side of kids with intellectual disability
The census of 2011 identifies 2.21% of a population as disabled in a population of 2.68 crores out of which 19% are intellectually disabled.
Article Woman Sarpanch aids village’s clean water need
The first thing that Sujata did after becoming Sarpanch was to fix new bore wells to ensure the villagers have sufficient water.
Article Hybrid policies could help fight climate change
Through paper presentations on diverse topics ranging from climate change to livelihoods, students from various institutes explored the possibility of SDGs.
Article Poor lifestyle major reason of liver cancer among Indian youth
Some people with several risk factors never develop cancer, while others with no known risk factors do suffer.
Article Women are the real architects of society
Women in Indian society need just reminder of their own power and nothing else, writes Dr Siya Seth, CEO of Sum Drishti Foundation.
Article Declaration by TB-affected communities and community representatives
The declaration features TB survivors and champions, journalists and civil society and community representatives.
Article Eying schools for managing electronic waste
The aim of Hulladek Recycling is to foster the belief of a greener and sustainable earth.
Article Sudden loss of vision can indicate onset of stroke
A patient experiences loss of vision in one eye after transient Ischemic stroke, writes Dr. Jaideep Bansal, HOD-Consultant, Neurology, Saroj Super Specialty Hospital, New Delhi.
Article Solar power: Striking a delicate balance
Solar power sector is breathing slow after several years of extremely fast growth, writes Shravan Sampath.
Article Loneliness and depression: Twin challenges for elders
Approximately, 21.9 % elderly population in India suffers from depression.
Article India and solid waste management: Possibilities ahead
This inefficiency in solid waste management is damaging our sustainability levels, waste workers’ health and public health.
Article Sikkim's natural and organic farming success
Sikkim has the potential of helping North East to become fully Organic in next five years.
Article To keep docs at bay, go for Yoga everyday
Yoga helps in maintaining mind and body flexibility which in turn keeps body healthy.
Article New initiative to curb contaminated water crisis in odisha
The new 3 months programme ‘Jalseva’ introduced by the Rise Against Hunger India and Ahinsa Club will be helpful in resolving the extreme water contamination problem in Odisha.
Article Bangalore the hub of girl child labour force in Karnataka
Karnataka has nearly half a million working children between the ages of 5-14 years.
Article Plastic woes keep corporates on toes
Innovative initiatives are being used by corporates for creating environment friendly image in public.
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