• 80% of Indian NGOs Collaborate with the Government
    2:59 PM

    Indian NGOs have a bad reputation of being ‘anti-national’ hubs, which launder money for black money hoarders and foreign intelligence. Thanks to a study done by the Bridgespan group, published in the Stanford Innovation review, NGOs can wave good bye to those intrusive arguments that hindered their good work in

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  • Akshaya Patra Unveils Approaches To Scale Up.
    3:47 PM

    One of the major issues faced by NGOs is how to upgrade to increase the impact of their work. Recently, philanthropy advisory Bridgespan Group India conducted a study of some organizations, including Kaivalya, Akshaya Patra, Aravind Eye Care Systems, Goonj and Agastya International Foundation to know how Indian non-governmental organizations

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  • AMRI Hospital Kolkata highlights the benefits of a high fiber diet
    5:12 PM

    Fiber (or roughage) is one of the most essential parts of our diet. It can be found in the indigestible compounds of cereals, fruits and vegetables. The experienced medics at AMRI Hospital Kolkata, one of the leading multispecialty hospitals in Kolkata highlight that dietary fiber is mainly made up of

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  • Why Air Pollution is Major Concerning Issue These Days ?
    3:09 PM

    Air pollution has become one of the major concerning issues these days. A number of studies have highlighted the adverse effects of air pollution on human health. It mainly occurs when any harmful gases, dust, smoke enters the atmosphere and hinders the atmosphere and the living beings.  The experienced medics

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  • Ramakant Devrukhkar – Cupping therapy for holistic well-being
    3:39 PM

    Cupping therapy is an alternative therapeutic treatment dating back to the ancient Chinese, Egyptian, and Middle Eastern cultures. This therapy involves the use of cups made of glass, bamboo, earthenware or silicone. Ramakant Devrukhkar has cured WWE wrestlers Raven, Rob Van Damme, Triple H and Kane in Mumbai – Chikittsa Wellness Thane, Source

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