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Keeping heart diseases at bay on World Heart Day

On 28th September, the World Heart Day let us understand the symptoms and the causes of all Heart diseases that affect more than a million people in India every year and accounts for almost twenty million deaths every year all over the world. The theme of the World Heart federation for the year 2008 isContinue reading “Keeping heart diseases at bay on World Heart Day”

Saina Nehwal creates history

Indian badminton sensation Saina Nehwal went on to win the Chinese Taipei Grand Prix Gold Open badminton tournament by beating Cheah Li Ya Lydia of Malaysia and hence clinched her second grand prix tournament win. World No.14 Saina Nehwal has been in top form in the past one year. Even in the Olympics she hadContinue reading “Saina Nehwal creates history”

Yuvraj and Dhoni win ICC Awards

The glittering ICC awards 2008 ceremony held in Dubai had great news for Indian cricket fans as Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni and stylish southpaw Yuvraj Singh were awarded the ODI and the T20 performer of the year awards respectively. Shivnarine Chanderpaul was adjudged cricketer of the year at the award ceremony. Chanderpaul had beenContinue reading “Yuvraj and Dhoni win ICC Awards”

Mayawati makes it to the forbes most powerful women in the World

The magic of Maya seems to have just begun as the Bahujan Samajwadi Party Supremo made her debut in the Forbes most powerful women in the World. The list of hundred includes three other Indians- Sonia Gandhi, Indra Nooyi and Kiran Mazumdar Shaw. Mayawati may have not quite made it to the post of theContinue reading “Mayawati makes it to the forbes most powerful women in the World”

Hundred years since the birth of the great Don

Hundred years since his birth, Don Bradman continues to inspire young cricketers and he  and it would not be wrong to say that he is the greatest legend ever to have played the sport of Cricket. It is not just about the average of 99.94 that Sir Don Bradman is fondly remembered and that theContinue reading “Hundred years since the birth of the great Don”

Akhil kumar beats World No. 1

Indian boxing sensation Akhil kumar scripted Olympic history by beating the World No.1 Sergey Vodopyanov of Russia in the bantam weight 54Kg category. After beating the Boxing Champion Akhil has now moved into the last 8 of the 54 Kg category. Akhil’s win came as a huge upset as he beat the World Champion whoContinue reading “Akhil kumar beats World No. 1”

What is Patriotism?

THE NATION celebrating its 61st Independence Day. India’s struggle for Independence is a saga of those thousands of men, women and even children who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of the nation. And so by celebrating Independence Day, a homage is paid to all those who fought to bring Independence to our country. ButContinue reading “What is Patriotism?”

15th August: Happy Independence Day!

They fought for your freedom. There were million of people who gave their everything for our freedom. As an obliged national, this is my tribute on behalf of our targetgenx team to  those great souls. Here we have collected the photographs of few of them. Happy Independence Day! Mangal Pandey Rani Laxmi Bai Mahatma GandhiContinue reading “15th August: Happy Independence Day!”

Are we happy and fit as a nation?

Just when we were wringing our hands at the prospect of a blank medal tally at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Abhinav Bindra hit gold. Certainly, the gloom has lifted. But this is actually the perfect time to ask an unsavoury question: should we allow our sporting self-esteem to be linked solely to what a handfulContinue reading “Are we happy and fit as a nation?”

Indian Subcontinent after 61 years

INDIA WAS divided in 1947. Sixty one years have passed since then, but still the countries of the subcontinent especially Pakistan, India and Bangladesh have still not been able to deal with their internal problems and security issues. British divided India into Dominion of Pakistan and Union of India before leaving the country. This wasContinue reading “Indian Subcontinent after 61 years”