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Online tools for better & focused studies

By Kaustov Kashyap The internet is one of the biggest inventions in today’s world. It is fast and brings us information in seconds. On one hand, the internet provides us thousands of apps to make our lives simpler and on the other, it…

Life before & after the pandemic

By Ranjita Biswas As Coronavirus rages on more or less forcefully across the globe, and scientists in desperate search for a vaccine cannot yet pronounce ‘this is it’, people cannot be blamed for echoing the words in the Blues track…

Homoeopathy for boosting immunity

By Dr Pratip Banerji The outbreak of COVID-19 has left most of us panic-stricken as people across the globe strive to combat this pandemic. The primary issue is that this is a viral infection and we as human beings have no natural…

Need the basics to survive

By Ranjan K Baruah The recent lockdown has proved that we can live without luxury items or goods but we cannot live without basic needs, which include food items. When the lockdown started, there were apprehensions about food supply and…

A history of pandemic viruses

By Parag Ranjan Dutta On September 1, 1939, Hitler attacked Poland. There was more than one reason that prompted him to do so. Anti-semitism definitely played a major role. Hitler did not invent the hatred of Jews. Jews remained the…

Testing tea for COVID protection

By Dr Siddhartha Sharma The pandemic that COVID-19 has created around the globe needs no description. As there is no vaccine yet or a specific drug against this virus, various suggestions, speculations and probabilities have been doing…

Centenary of a young management tool

By Ranjan Das Gupta Sangita Reddy looks silently at the street below the 5th floor of her hospital. From the height of where she sits the people walking down Jubilee Hills appear insignificant yet they form a part of her life. Then she…