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Think or blink!!!

Visalakshi Ramani

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Why can't people keep their mouth shut instead of throwing mud on our revered epics and purANas??


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'Kauravas were test-tube babies' comment gets slammed by science body
Andhra Pradesh University Vice-Chancellor G Nageshwar Rao's statement at Indian Science Congress, where he said the Kauravas of Mahabharata were test-tube babies, has drawn criticism from Breakthrough Science Society. The body committed to propagating science in a statement opined it was wrong to mix mythology and science. The ISC event is underway at Lovely Professional University in Jalandhar, Punjab. Here's what went down.
 

Visalakshi Ramani

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Why are the villains glorified more than the heros???

  • StyleThe Telegraph
    From Macbeth to Jack the Ripper: 10 best opera tickets to book in winter 2019
    Once the pantos and The Nutcracker have been mothballed, opera lovers can look forward to some bracing winter warmers, from Scottish Opera's new climate-change opera Anthropocene to vintage Verdi and Mozart from Welsh National Opera and Opera North. In London, English National Opera revives Philip Glass's mesmerising Akhnaten , while the Royal Opera House pulls out the stops for a star-studded new production of Verdi's epic La Forza del Destino.


 

Visalakshi Ramani

Well-known member
Truly Flu can make one feel hollow inside! :(

Here's how influenza infection weakens one's body
Here's how influenza infection weakens one's body
An individual with influenza infection faces severe weakness owing to an increase in the expression of muscle-degrading genes and a decrease in expression of muscle-building genes in skeletal muscles, a study has concluded. It is well-known that muscle aches and weakness are prominent symptoms of influenza infection. However, the cause of weakness in the body is primarily created by these muscle-degrading genes. Researchers at the University of Connecticut noted that every year, 5 to 20 per cent of the people in the United States are infected with influenza virus


 

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