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Anirudh Madhav

A movie buff, a reading aficionado and a compulsive doodler. He pursued post graduation in New media Journalism at Asian College of Journalism. He is also the former author of popular technology news website The Next Digit.

10 Best Immunity Boosters

10 Best Immunity Boosters

Good health is depends on good digestion and strong immunity, as we know that not everyone has a good immune system because of various reasons whether it is long hours work, irregular routine and bad habits. Weak immunity affects women more than men; they have a peer pressure of managing house with office work also. If you haven’t time of ...

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6 Impressive Features of Windows 10

Windows 10

Windows 8 has been detestation to Microsoft that Windows 9 is not going to be there. Rather, the unpopularity has led to the skipping of 9 for Windows 10 with marked improvements. The main reason for Windows 10 is perhaps the creation of a shared UI for devices from Tablets to Smartphones right to computers. The Tuesday 30th of September ...

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Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi) online Gift Ideas for Sisters and Brothers – top 10 Rakhis, Messages (SMS), Quotes and Wishes

Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi) online Gift Ideas for Sisters and Brothers - top 10 Rakhis, Messages (SMS), Quotes and Wishes

TYPES OF RAKHIS AND EXCHANGE GIFTS In today’s scinerio, the day has a different perspective. There are varities of rakhis available in market for every age group. Cartoon rakhi like doremon, mickey, panda, chota bheem are fourites among kids. Floral rakhi, sandalwood rahki ,zari rakhi, stone, gold and silver rakhi, musical rakhi are also available in market .People now have ...

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Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi) History, Origin AND Significance – Ranksha Bandhan (Rakhi) Images, Facebook Covers, Photos, Banners 2016

Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi) History, Origin AND Significance and Facebook Covers, Photos, Banners 2016

Raksha bandhan or rakhi is celebrated on fullmoon day in the month of shravan (August). It’s the day when brother and sister reaffirm their affectionate bond. It symbolizes the sister’s love and prayer for her brother’s well being and brother’s lifelong vow to protect her. It is typically a Hindu festival but nowadays people from different faiths celebrate it too. ...

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The Past, Present and Future Of EMR/EHR Implementation

emr-ehr

Believe it or not, the Electronic Health Record (EHR) is not a new concept. Though it was previously referred to as an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) or Computerized Patient Record (CPR), it was first validated all the way back in 1991. Experts knew then and they know now – it’s one of the pieces needed to completely transform the medical ...

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BMW partners with Intel & Mobileye to develop self-driving cars

BMW is collaborating with Intel and Mobileye to develop self-driving technology that will be used for BMW’s iNext autonomous electric vehicle. The driverless cars are set for a 2021 release and the technology will be developed as an open platform. Though the companies did not specify the amount invested in the project, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich said that his company ...

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Study: Arctic’s ‘watermelon snow’ is a climate change indicator

Researchers are coming across pink snow in several Arctic regions caused by the presence of a snow-dwelling algae. Though it is a natural occurrence, the pleasant color of the snow indicates a faster meltdown of ice glaciers. The pink snow phenomenon occurs in snowy places across the world, when the summer sun melts the snowy leftovers. The inedible ‘watermelon snow’ ...

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Scientists create lab-grown skin that sweats and sprouts hair

Scientists in Japan have created artificial skin with the help of stem cell from mouse’s gums. This lab-grown skin with multiple layers can sprout hair and has sweat glands, which could be used for functional skin transplants for patients with skin diseases and severe burns. Bioengineers from the RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology (CDB) and other organizations, implanted the artificial ...

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ESA’s Rosetta captures stunning image of Comet 67P

European Space Agency’s Rosetta spacecraft has captured an image of Comet 67P, just in time when the comet was backlit by the sun. The stunning image was captured this week, when the spacecraft was moving further to explore Comet 67P’s  coma and tail. Officials at ESA said that the probe just a few hundred kilometers from the comet when it ...

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