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  • हेपेटाइटिस से हमें डरना नहीं, सिर्फ इसे समझना है – डॉ. कौशल मदान

    July 29th, 2016 by

    Dr. Kaushal Madan,
    हेपेटाइटिस डे पर VRNeighbours Team के द्वारा ARTEMIS Hospital में डॉ. कौशल मदान से हेपेटाइटिस वायरस पर चर्चा। डॉ. कौशल ने बताया कि यह लिवर का एक खतरनाक रोग है। इसे सामान्य भाषा में पीलिया भी कहा जाता है। हेपेटाइटिस के प्रति लोगो का कम जागरूक होना ही इसके दुष्प्रभावों को बढाता है। मुख्य तौर पर हेपेटाइटिस वायरस (HAV), (HBV), (HEV) से लीवर ज्यादा प्रभावित होता हैै। हेपेटाइटिस ‘ए’ और हेपेटाइटिस ‘ई’ वायरस दूषित जल पीने व दूषित खाना खाने से […]

  • Roots of Rise in Population in India – World Population Day, July 11

    July 9th, 2016 by

    The population of India has grown phenomenally after the independence in 1947 and today’s overcrowded public places are the reflection of the unchecked population growth. As per the estimates by world meters on the growth trajectory of India, our country would be the most populous in the world by the Year 2025 beating China. This objective of beating China was nowhere in the strategic planning of any Government in India which was elected by their representatives but it happened due […]

  • Neighbours’ Apathy, Delhi’s Plight

    May 10th, 2016 by

    It was around the time of sunset last week when we were on the way back from Rohtak to Delhi on National Highway No.10, our team was amazed to see the burning skyline towards eastern side. We initially thought it was some astronomical event which we might have missed marking on the calendar but was fortunate enough to witness in the real sense. As we moved a bit and took a right turn towards Delhi, we were faced with the […]

  • Good News – New Museum, Bad News – Natural Treasures Lost in Fire

    May 7th, 2016 by

    National Museum of Natural History New Delhi
    In a tragic incident valuable items, which were a part of history got destroyed after a massive fire broke at National museum in Delhi causing a huge loss to the National treasure. Here are some things we may have lost when the National Museum of Natural History was gutted https://t.co/gme73GMLdc pic.twitter.com/8mdE5GZirC— TheNewsMinute (@thenewsminute) 26 April 2016 The fire has once again indicated the lack of preparedness to deal with any such eventuality at some important places of the country. Some […]

  • Building an integrated society – Need of an hour

    April 26th, 2016 by

    Arvind and Anil are two cousin brothers belonging to the same family with an age gap of nearly 10 years. Though the family says that their upbringing has been very similar, Arvind tends to disagree. He points out, “When I was of Anil’s age, I hardly knew anything about the world. I was a simple 10 years old boy who used to dance in front of television on Bollywood numbers. Anil on the other hand is hooked to his mobile […]

  • Well Begun is Half Done – #ParisAgreement

    April 23rd, 2016 by

    parise agreement on Climate action
    Our work isn’t over! Demand that world leaders sign the #ParisAgreement this #EarthDay: https://t.co/oECdcGPka1 pic.twitter.com/Z6KsyXwWhX — Climate Reality (@ClimateReality) 14 April 2016 The rising temperatures across the globe due to rapid industrialization and emission of gasses in past few decades have drawn the attention of world leaders. In a historic development yesterday at New York, 175 countries have become the signatories of the #ParisAgreement under the UN #SustainableDevelopmentGoals (SDGs) #SDG13 for #ClimateAction. This photo fully embodies significance of historic #ParisAgreement […]

  • सुन! तू रहने दे! (Sun! Tu Rehene De!) – An Emotional Farewell

    April 9th, 2016 by

    Sun tu rehene de aakhri baar at janpath
    Patriarchy and the stereotypes existing in our Indian society even today have been beautifully highlighted in a street play, सुन! तू रहने दे! (Sun! Tu Rehne De!) by Lady Shri Ram College Dramatics Society, New Delhi. VRN team had a first experience of the revolutionary play in the annual festival of SGTB Khalsa College, Pratyaksh 2016. Our team was impressed by the way different aspects of Patriarchal system was showcased was presented by artists from LSR dramatics society. Interestingly, the […]

  • Gatimaan Express – No Momentum for Persons with Disabilities (PwDs)

    April 8th, 2016 by

    India's Semi High Speed Gatimaan Express Delhi to Aagra
    The constitution of India provides that everyone is equal before the law irrespective of his or her status and each one of us has equal rights over services provided by the Government. When everyone in the country is rejoicing the introduction of the semi-high speed train (top speed – 160 Km/hr), Gatimaan Express between Delhi and Agra, Persons with Disabilities (PwDs) are once again reminded that they will have to wait for some more time to get inclusion in the […]

  • Water for All, Striving Together – 4th India Water Week (#IWW2016)

    April 7th, 2016 by

    The creator of this planet has provided us the natural resource which comes with a clause that if we use them judiciously and find ways to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle it will always be available to us. Water is one among the most important natural resources which is required to sustain life on this planet Earth. United Nations has defined 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) contained in paragraph 54 United Nations Resolution A/RES/70/1 of 25 September 2015 to end poverty, […]

  • Inclusiveness and Accessibility Index – Another Step Towards Accessible India

    April 2nd, 2016 by

    Inclusiveness & Accessibility Index
    As Praveen saw the advertisement in the newspaper, he precisely knew this was the appropriate job for him. His qualification and abilities were just perfect for this particular job and an excited and enthusiastic Praveen set out for an interview the very next morning, thanking his luck and his stars for getting an opportunity just weeks after he completed his graduation. Before Praveen could even realise the first step in achieving his dream of facing an interview panel, he was […]


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