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India18, Mar 2020, 7:50 PM
Why Spanish Flu Of 1918 Matters In India's Coronavirus War
The deadly Spanish Flu, which slipped in through a ship of returning soldiers that docked in Bombay in June 1918 destroyed India. Close to 18 million Indians were killed by the deadly influenza, which is more than all the casualties in World War One. According to reports, India lost 6% of its people – more women than men. The 1918 pandemic is said to have claimed anywhere between 50 to 100 million lives world over. Although medical realities are vastly different now, the fact remains that there is still no cure for coronavirus. One must remember that the 1918 flu happened in the pre-antibiotic era and there was not enough medical care for the critically ill. Back then in India, western medicines were not widely accepted and people relied on home remedies.However, separated by a century, there are some striking similarities between the two pandemics and some key lessons India can learn from the 1918 flu. Watch this video to learn more.
India16, Mar 2020, 7:28 PM
Delhi riots: When Indian Muslims played into the hands of SIMI, ISIS
The SIMI and the ISIS have tried to rile up the Indian Muslims with the objective to fight for a Caliphate and overthrow the democratically elected government. Riots in Delhi show how Indian Muslims have been tricked by such outfits
India5, Mar 2020, 5:56 PM
From ISIS to SIMI: Is there a larger agenda behind the Delhi riots?
What is this concept called the Ghazwa e Hind? What does this have to do with Delhi riots? Watch this video to know the ISIS-SIMI links to the violence in the national capital.
Bollywood9, Feb 2020, 3:30 PM
Sooryavanshi: Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn at at Maharashtra Police International Marathon
Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn and Rohit Shetty wore a similar black T-shirt that had Aa Rahi Hai Police written over it in red.
India4, Feb 2020, 5:12 PM
'Honk More, Wait More' Initiative Likely On Bengaluru Signals. Will It Work?
Following the Mumbai Police’s ‘Honk More Wait More’ initiative to curtail decibel levels at traffic signals, Bengaluru police are mulling a similar measure for the city. Last week, the Mumbai Police announced they were planning to configure traffic signals to stay red for a longer period if nonstop honking caused noise levels to shoot beyond 85 decibels (db).
Views30, Jan 2020, 10:38 AM
Shaheen Bagh: SIMI looks to activate all-women Jihadi outfit, “Shaheen Force”
The gradual unfolding of events in protests such as the ones in Jamia Milia and Shaheen Bagh have allowed people to spot the radical Islamic movement lurking about. Intelligence agencies have said the SIMI has become active again, waking up their women’s wing – Shaheen Force
Bollywood27, Jan 2020, 10:49 AM
Priyanka Chopra shows off her cleavage in a plunging neckline at Grammys
Priyanka Chopra wore a custom Ralph & Russo design, which featured a plunging neckline similar to Jennifer Lopez's Versace green gown from 2000 at the Grammys.
India3, Jan 2020, 4:35 PM
What is PFI and why is a ban being sought on it
While the SIMI is already banned in India, what is PFI and why is a ban being sought on it. Let us find out through SimplifiedBy on MyNation
Politics30, Dec 2019, 6:44 PM
Government Launches 'eBkray' To Enable Online Auction of Attached Assets by Banks
PSBs has attached assets worth over Rs. 2.3 lakh crore over the last three financial years and to enable online auction by banks of attached assets transparently and cleanly for the improved realization of value, eBkray, a common e-auction platform was launched by the Finance Minister on 28th December. The platform is equipped with property search features and navigational links to all PSB e-auction sites, provides single-window access to information on properties up for e-auction as well as the facility for comparison of similar properties, and also contains photographs and videos of uploaded properties.
Politics30, Dec 2019, 4:21 PM
Indian Economy Will Rebound Soon; Current Slowdown Cyclical: Vice President of India
The Vice President of India, M Venkaiah Naidu expressed confidence that the Indian economy would rebound in the near future saying that the current slowdown was cyclical. Inaugurating the 102nd annual conference of the Indian Economic Association on December 27th, he said it was true that the Indian economy was facing some challenges due to the decline in growth this fiscal. However, he said the country had faced similar slumps in the past in the wake of the East Asian financial crisis and global slowdown but bounced back with a higher growth rate every time.
Views27, Dec 2019, 2:25 PM
Recruiting through a ruckus: SIMI’s role in CAB protests revealed
It has now come to light that several protesters who created a ruckus in Uttar Pradesh were outsiders. The SIMI has its strongest networks in Uttar Pradesh, Mangaluru, Delhi and Kerala. Investigations being conducted in various places where the violence broke out have all suggested an extremist link to the protests.
India24, Dec 2019, 3:48 PM
From Kanpur to Mangaluru, how radicals plotted a bloodbath around CAB
If one looks closely at the violence that erupted in UP, Karnataka and Delhi, it gives a clear indication that the violence was pre-planned. In Delhi, the protesters had reached the venue with a bag of stones. The case is similar in Mangaluru and Kanpur.
Views23, Dec 2019, 11:13 AM
How Congress, SIMI, urban Naxals ran a sustained campaign to endanger sovereignty of India
Do read what the (Citizenship Amendment) Act is about, Prime Minister Modi advised these persons while stating that they should value their education. The rumours of detention centres are being spread by the urban Naxals and Congress, Modi also said.
Views17, Dec 2019, 10:30 AM
False narrative: Time to look at the role of Naxals, SIMI in CAB protests
While protests over CAB continue to take place, we take a look at the pattern of proceedings to reveal the hand played by Naxals and SIMI in fuelling and fanning the fire
Politics13, Dec 2019, 6:12 PM
If Parents Are Not Taken Care Of, You Will Be In Jail, Bill Introduced In Lok Sabha
The 'Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens (Amendment) Bill-2019' was introduced in the Lok Sabha on 11th December. According to the bill, six months imprisonment or fine of 10,000 rs or both will be sentenced to those who intentionally abuse their parents or senior citizens under their care and protection or abandon them. Social Justice and Empowerment Minister Thawarchand Gehlot introduced the bill in the House. In this, registration has been made mandatory for old age homes and all similar institutions.