Month: May 2018

“The silence gardener”

“The silence gardener” A ready smile A helping hand A healing touch A warmth of a fire Depth of the sea Search the whole wide world And I bet you You will not find another me! Let’s celebrate the fact that we are unique Each of us is a lady of substance We rise to each occasion We survive our sorrows And live with pain We charish our young children And immortalize the family’s name We traverse the country North East south or west We often go to the place The people don’t even know exist Remote locations not found in map Walk with me for a while and I Share with you the stories of grit and sheer determination. We are the true soldiers As we really do sacrifice Our maiden name our comforts Our blossoming career Sometimes even our own health We don’t get a medal We don’t get promotions We enter as a wife We leave as a wife Or a war widow Ours is a story untold A story of sisterhood A story of nurturing A story of survival As we get old We seek solace in nature We watch the beauty of flower unfurl Little realising that this is created by us Our very own world. Mrs. Abha Joshi Fravashi International Academy...

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Follow Simple Changes To Improve Dieting

Dieting doesn’t have to be difficult. So many of us look at creating a sensible and effective eating plan but don’t want to go through with it. Do you find yourself counting calories, eating only half of the day or trying to minimise your portions? Whatever you choose and whatever your goals, here are some fundamental principles to follow for a healthy eating plan. Once you incorporate these rules, it will be easy for your specific needs. Below are six principles when approaching food and nutritional needs. Now is the time to learn the realities of diet planning 1: Protein Including protein seems like the obvious option, you need to take a look at your current eating plan and assess your eating habits. Are you eating real protein? Do you take too many protein supplements? Have you spaced enough protein out throughout the day? Do you get enough amounts of protein? All these questions are valid and make sense when you analyse them correctly. Requirement: Take in a daily count of one gram per pound of body weight to get started. Make sure that the majority of your protein is coming from whole foods. Whole foods are: Chicken, Lean meats, Fish, Greek yogurt, Eggs, Low fat cheeses and Low fat milk. Some supplement use is fine but should be used when ending your training sessions and at times when you need a convenient, fast shot of protein due to having no real food available. 2: Fat...

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War- He alone stopped Entire Chinese army and saved Arunachal Pradesh

Jaswant Singh set up tactical weapons at three different spots and fired them constantly for three days to keep the Chinese forces at bay Real heroes should be treated close to gods as they protect the people like a shield, without caring about their own life. When we talk about real-life heroes who sacrifice their lives, brave sergeants from Indian Army come to our mind. Quite often, their impeccable strategies and pyrotechnics pull off the heist for the nation. They sweat it out, round the clock, on border from the baptism of fire and they cope with severe difficulties and obstacles in a bid to maintain the status quo loud and proud. Day by day, the respect towards the Indian Army is increasing and it is prudent to say that they are the ‘visible gods’. Jaswant Singh Rawat is a gallant Rifleman. During his times, he would outsmart any ally he faced in a battle. He was trained physically, mentally so well that he had grown from strength to strength to his lofty standards of fierce personality. He worked with valour and an iron fist. Even army soldiers of other countries used to admire his unmatched bravery. Rifleman Jaswant Singh is highly regarded as the hero of Indo-China War of 1962. It was the last stage of the war in November 1962, his company faced a major setback owing to an acute shortage of...

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