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WHICH IS BENEFICIAL? RUNNING OR WALKING?

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Documentary Ban – How Can It Help?

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Last week, citing ‘objectionable content’, India banned a documentary on the fatal gang rape of a young woman in New Delhi, which had created a huge storm, in the national capital in December 2012, and drew international attention. Readers will recall the unprecedented public...

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Towards Russia

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Dear editor, The recent deals and negotiations Bahrain has entered into Russia had sent a clear signal to the Western countries. “Cracking the Kremlin code” had set the record straight by pointing out the change in mindset among GCC countries regarding their National security issues...

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A gifted author

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My condolences on the passing away of noted author and journalist Khushwant Singh. I feel really sad to learn about the death of Khushwant Singh, the grand daddy of Indian journalism who changed the face of magazine journalism in the 1970s. An important post-colonial novelist writing in English,...

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WHICH IS BENEFICIAL? RUNNING OR WALKING?

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T.S.Sreenivasa Raghavan What’s the most popular physical activity of people in the world? It doesn’t take long for one to say it is walking or running. Reason being, they come with no price tag! Let it be as it may. But, is running better than walking or the vice versa? Which is more...

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THE POWER OF TOLERANCE When you walk in your journey, obstacles will come your way for many reasons and trying to eradicate the smile from your face. It is important to understand that to overcome any obstacles, you need to have on one hand, the ‘inner power,’ and, on the other, the...

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The Essence of Human Resources Human Resources (HR) over the last decade has become very transformational and obsessed by process and efforts to make organisations function more efficiently and effectively, but unfortunately management is still facing growing challenges. Now is the time for new...

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Danger on the road Dear editor, I would like to give my comments on the story published in DT News yesterday with the headline “Three accidents in a day.” This only confirms that there is always danger on the road, whatever we do. I believe that no matter how careful a driver you...

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Congrats Ahmed Jaffer Congratulations to Bahraini Ahmed Jaffer for being conferred with the title, ‘Ambassador for Parkinson Affairs and Relationships’ in an award ceremony in Vienna, Austria. He had made Bahrain proud! His determination of not to be defeated by the Parkinson disease,...

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Risk linked to medical wastes Waste generated by health care activities includes a broad range of materials, from used needles and syringes to soiled dressings, body parts, diagnostic samples, blood, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, medical devices and radioactive materials. Poor management of health...

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