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10 Weight Loss Tips to Reduce Fat

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Here are tips to lose weight even faster:

  1. Eat a high-protein breakfast: Eating a high-protein breakfast has been proved the reduction of high calorie intake through out the day
  2. Avoid sugary drinks and fruit juice: These are the most fattening things you can put into your body, and avoiding them can help you lose weight.sugar-induced fat gain: Eating a lot of sugar chronically raises insulin levels in the blood, which selectively deposits energy from foods into fat cells.
  3. Drink water a half hour before meals: Drink one glass of water 30 minutes before a meal to help digestion. Remember not to drink too soon before or after a meal as the water will dilute the digestive juices. Drink water an hour after the meal to allow the body to absorb the nutrients.
  4. Choose weight loss-friendly foods : Certain foods are very useful for losing fat. here are some weight loss friendly foods 1)Whole Eggs. Once feared for being high in cholesterol, whole eggs have been making a comeback. …2) Leafy Greens. …3) Salmon. …4) Cruciferous Vegetables. …5) Lean Beef and Chicken Breast. .6)Boiled Potatoes. …7)Tuna. …8)Beans and Legumes.
  5. Eat soluble fiber: Studies show that soluble fiber may reduce fat, especially in the belly area. Fiber supplements like glucomannan can also help
  6. Drink coffee or tea: If you’re a coffee or tea drinker, then drink as much as you want as the caffeine can boost your metabolism by 3–11% .
  7. Eat mostly whole, unprocessed foods: Base most of your diet on whole foods. They are healthier, more filling and much less likely to cause overeating.
  8. Eat your food slowly: Fast eaters gain more weight over time. Eating slowly makes you feel more full and boosts weight-reducing hormones .
  9. Weigh yourself every day: Surprisingly, studies show that people who weigh themselves every day are much more likely to lose weight and keep it off for a long time .
  10. Get a good night’s sleep: Poor sleep is one of the strongest risk factors for weight gain, so taking care of your sleep is important .


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For a medical Student, MBBS and BDS are not the only options, it comprises of many alternative courses for medical students. This article focuses on listing the alternative courses for medical students except MBBS and BDS. So that they don’t have to compromise with their area of interest and have a better idea of various job opportunities they can avail.

1. M. B. B. S. (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery): MBBS is the medical degree awarded in many countries like UK, India. MBBS stands for Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery.
DURATION: 5.5 years

2. B. D. S. (Bachelor of Dental Surgery): Bachelor of Dental Surgery ( B.D.S ) is a first professional degree programme in dentistry.
DURATION: 4 years

3. B. H. M. S. (Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine & Surgery): The Homeopathic Education in India is presently regulated by the National Institute of Homeopathy.Applicant should have passed HSC Exam from Statutory Board/University in India or equivalence.
DURATION: 5.5 years

4. B. A. M. S. (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery): This degree is awarded to those students who have studied ayurveda system of medicine in India. The Ayurvedic Education in India is presently regulated by the Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM).                                                                                                                        DURATION: 5.5 years

5. M.D. (Doctor of Medicine): This degree is awarded to Physicians.Doctors possessing M.B.B.S. degree are eligible to for this course.
DURATION: 3 years

6. M.S. (Master of Surgery): This degree is awarded to doctors who are doing masters in Surgery.Doctors possessing M.B.B.S. degree are eligible to for this course.
DURATION: 3 years

7. D.M : This is a doctrate degree awarded by many universities in US and is equivalent to a PhD degree. Doctors possessing M.D. degree are eligible to for this course.
DURATION: 2-3 years

8. M.Ch.: The M.Ch degree is the highest degree under the faculty of medicine. Applicant should have M.S. degree to be eligible for M.Ch.
DURATION: 2 years

9. B.Pharma (Bachelor of Pharmacy) : Applicant must pass with at least 50% marks in Pre University Course with biology/mathematics as one of the compulsory subjects, or DPharma (Diploma in Pharmacy).
DURATION: 4 years

10.B.Sc Nursing : In order to eligible you must pass 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry & Biology with a minimum of 45% aggregate marks.The goal of B.Sc. Nursing programme is to prepare nurses who are able function efficiently and effectively, as a member of health care team and who is qualified to meet the nursing needs of the people in the society
DURATION: 4 years

11.B.P.T (Physiotherapy) :Applicant must pass in 12th class or equivalent with a minimum aggregate percentage of 50% marks in physics, chemistry and biology.He/She should pass in english subject also.
DURATION: 4.5 years

12.B.O.T (Occupational Therapy) : It is a 3 year program.In order to eligible you must pass 10+2 with PCB (physics, chemistry and biology). Some institutions may opt for an entrance examination and may select candidates on the basis of performance in the entrance test.
DURATION: 3 years

13.B.U.M.S(Unani Medicine) : Candidate aspiring for B.U.M.S. course must have passed Intermediate (10 + 2) with Physics, Chemistry & Biology. Urdu is compulsory up to 10th class or equivalent Education.Candidate must have attain minimum 17 years of age as on 31st December of the responding year.
DURATION: 5.5 years

14.Optometry : Optometry is a science that is associated with structure, working and function of human eye. EYECET examination is necessary to pass to go for B. Optom Degree.                                                                                           DURATION: 2 years

15.Ophthalmic Assistant Course : An ophthalmic assistant is a person who works with an ophthalmologist (eye doctor) to provide patient care by performing many different eye-related clinical functions.You should have a high school diploma or equivalent.Typical salaries for ophthalmic assistants range from $30,000 to $70,000.
DURATION: 2 years

16.Histopathological Lab Technology : Management and planning of the laboratory records.Care and maintenance of laboratory instruments in general. Collection of specimens for laboratory investigations, the importance and significance of laboratory investigations.Laboratory management and planning, receiving and recording of specimens, indexing, maintaining records.
DURATION: 1 year

17.D. Pharma(Ayurvedic, Siddha Medicine) : Pharmacy is a health profession that relates the health sciences with the chemical sciences. Candidates who have cleared the 12th class exams with physics, maths, chemistry or physics, maths and biology can apply for D.Pharma.
DURATION: 2 year

18.Lab Technicians : Aspirants of medical laboratory technology can take up courses both at diploma and undergraduate level. The B.Sc. programme in medical laboratory technology is offered by different medical colleges/institutions across the country.Lab technicians needs 10+2 as the eligibility
DURATION: 1 year

19.Sanitary Inspector Course : The sanitary inspector is a health specialist, who is responsible for the execution of sanitary control in the state in various fields.A candidate should clear the Class X as well as Class XII board exams and science should be one of the subjects.
DURATION: 1 year

20.General Nursing Training Course : This course trains an individual to take good care of the patients. Applicant should atleast clear 10+2 board examinations with Physics, Chemistry and Biology.The candidate should be at least 17 years of age.
DURATION: 3.5 years

21.B. Sc Biotech: Biotechnology is the amalgamation of Biology & Technology is a 3 years full time course divided in 6 semesters having Direct Admission basis on Merit List. Biotechnology is a rapidly developing branch of biology it involves the exploitation of biological processes at molecular, cellular and organism level.
3  years

22.B.Sc Operation Theatres: Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) Degree in (Operation Theatre Technology) is a three year program has been designed for meeting the demand of the growing needs of experts in the fields of operation theatre management, medical ethics, anesthesia technology, post operation care.
DURATION:3  years

                                                                                                                                                                                  23.BE in Environmental Engineering: Environmental engineering is the branch of science form by integration of sciences and engineering principles which deals with  improving the natural environment, to provide healthy water, air, and land for human habitation and for other organisms, and to clean up pollution sites.

24.B.Sc Radiography: Radiography is a paramedical professional course, offered to individuals who will one day perform diagnostic tests with the use of radiation. It includes the use of ultrasound, X-ray, CT scan, MRI, etc. Radiographers work as a part of the healthcare team in the Diagnostic Imaging Department, Accident & Emergency, Intensive Care Unit and Operating Theatre.

25.Anesthesiology: Anesthesiology is a branch of medicine that focuses on pain relief during and after surgery. This treatment is called anesthesia. Practitioners of anesthesiology are called anesthesiologists or, in some countries, anesthetists.



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Ravinder Singh had made the whole India cry with his first book “I too had a Love Story”; the romance story gone wrong had the whole India gripped and crying. The romantic book was in news also for its movie adoption for some time. I too had a love story was such a big huge that people forgot writers like Durjoy and Chetan for a time. Ravinder Singh was the Author, everyone was reading in Colleges when I too had a love Story released. Will You Still Love Me is the new book, will it be able to make people feel the Love all over again?


There is more to love than just loving . . .

It is also a promise

Lavanya Gogoi is from the scenic hills of Shillong while Rajveer Saini belongs to the shahi city of Patiala. Worlds apart from one another, the two land up next to each other on a flight from Mumbai to Chandigarh. It’s love at first flight, at least for one of them. For the other . . . well, it’s going to take more than a plane ride!

And when love does finally happen, there are more obstacles to overcome. Rajveer has to stand up against his own if he and Lavanya are to be together.

However, life has other plans. Things go horribly wrong and Rajveer now has to fight a different battle-one in which he is the devil as well as the deliverer. His love for Lavanya will be put to the ultimate test. And there are no guarantees.

Will You Still Love Me? is deeply moving, disturbingly close to reality, and love at its worst and its best.

About the author

Ravinder Singh was born in a Sikh family in Burla, Sambalpur, Odisha. He spent his childhood days in Burla Sambalpur City.He completed his schooling from Guru Nanak Public School, Sambalpur, Odisha. He received a Bachelor of Engineering in computer science engineering from Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College in Karnataka.Then he moved to Bhubaneshwar to work at Infosys Technologies for five years. He did his MBA from Indian School of Business in Hyderabad. He was working as a Sr. Program Manager at Microsoft when he decided to become a full-time author.

His girlfriend died in 2007 before they got formally engaged.He adapted his own story into a novel.The book I Too Had a Love Story was reviewed by N. R. Narayana Murthy, Chairman Emeritus of Infosys Technologies, who called it “Simple, honest and touching”.Now married to Khusboo Chauhan who was one of the readers of his first novel and was so deeply moved that she went to a Gurudwara to pray for him, without imagining that one day she would get married to him. That event occurred on September 23, 2012.

Singh’s first book is based on a real-life incident of his meeting a girl and his love life.After a six-month search, an editing team sent the manuscript to the publisher Shristi, who published the book.The book was unveiled at a press conference in Chandigarh by Anupam Mittal. He also launched the audio version of I Too Had a Love Story in mid-2011. I Too Had a Love Story is also published in Kannada language, entitled Nannadu Ondu prema kathe.

“After the unfortunate incident, I was looking for a reason to live. And I started to pen down the moments I had been through. “I can’t deny that. I had to go back in time, close my eyes, relive the moments, tears rolled down and I wrote the words.”

—Singh talking at the launch of I Too Had a Love Story



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Ladakh, the very word creates an image in our minds of a mysterious land and people who have been there would agree that it certainly lives up to the expectations. Centuries ago Shah Jahan said that if there is a paradise on earth then it’s in Kashmir.

Out of the several enchanting places in Ladakh, there is one that has mystified people for long and still continues to do so. It is a small stretch of road located about 30 kms from Leh towards Kargil and known as Magnetic Hill of Ladakh. On this particular part of the Srinagar-Leh highway, you would clearly see the road ahead going uphill. Yet if you turned off the engine and let your vehicle stand in neutral, it will slowly start moving and can go up to a speed of 20 kms per hour on its own. The reason is the magnetic hill that pulls stationary vehicles upwards. Famous as the Magnetic Hill in Ladakh, it is a major tourist attraction in the valley and a perfect pit-stop for tired riders moving on the highway.

Magnet Hill is a “Cyclops hill” located near Leh Leh Mera Khana in Ladakh, India.The layout of the area and surrounding slopes creates a Hill that is not a hill. that the righthill road is actually an uphill road. Objects and cars on the hill may appear to roll “lefthill” in defiance of gravity when they are, in fact, rolling downhill.

The other two such magnetic hills in India are in Gujarat. One is near Bhuj (Kalo dungar – the black hills) and other at Tulsi Shyam

The mystery of the Magnetic Hill & Road in Ladakh

Many claim that natural or even supernatural forces are at work here causing the magnetic attractions. However, there is some scientific reasoning to this phenomenon as well.

The Magnetic Hill is a place where the layout of the surrounding land produces the optical illusion that a very slight downhill slope appears to be an uphill slope. Thus, a vehicle left out of gear will appear to be rolling uphill. The slope of hill is an optical illusion.

A completely or majorly obstructed horizon is the most important factor contributing to the illusion. As, in the absence of a horizon it becomes difficult to judge the slope of a surface. If the horizon cannot be seen or is not level, then we may be fooled by objects that we expect to be vertical but that really are not.

Another theory is that false perspective might also play a role. Objects far away may seem smaller or larger than they really are. This is a remarkably common illusion that is found in numerous locations around the world.  Usually it is a stretch of road in a hilly area where the level horizon is obscured.

The strange world that we live in, there are plenty of theories backing this strange wonder of nature. All of them propose a different logic and are backed by strong reasoning, barring superstitions like ‘the magnetic road is a straightaway to heaven’. Here’s a look at what each of these beliefs and theories have to say.

The superstition – Villagers residing in Ladakh believe that there once existed a road that led people to heaven. Those who rightly deserved were pulled to the path directly while those who didn’t deserve could never make it there.

The magnetic force theory – Next comes a sensible theory, which is also the most widespread. It states that there is a strong magnetic force emanating from the hill that pulls vehicles that are within its range.

The strange occurrence on the Leh-Kargil highway has been experienced and testified by travelers from across the world. As a matter of fact, the notorious hill has caused planes of Indian Air Force to divert their route in the past to avoid magnetic interference on them.

The optical illusion theory – Another widely accepted theory says that the hill is no source of magnetic force, rather it’s just an optical illusion that makes the down slope of the road leading to the Magnetic Hill look like an upslope. So, when you see the vehicle going uphill, it is actually going downhill.

Among the two primary suggestive theories – that of magnetic force in the hill and the illusion – there is no conclusive theory till date. But, there is certainly something mysterious about the magnetic hill in Ladakh! 

Location of Magnetic Hill in Ladakh

Hit the Leh-Kargil-Baltic National Highway, and you will reach the magnetic hill. The hill lies at a distance of 30 km from the town of Leh, at an elevation of around 14,000 feet above sea level. To the eastern side of the hill flows the Sindhu River, originating in Tibet.

The local administration of this region has also put up a bill board marking the hill, to help tourists in recognizing the Magnetic Hill. The board clearly states the phenomenon leaving you to try this experience for yourself.

Impact on Helicopters and Aircrafts

Not only are the vehicles traveling on the road attracted by the magnetic powers of this hill, even the helicopters and aircrafts feel the same magnetic impact. Locals and the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) personnel claim that the helicopters and aircrafts that pass through the area have to fly at a greater speed to avoid the magnetic impact of the Magnetic hill. And if the aircraft comes within the radius of Magnetic Hill, it starts to jerk. In fact, the Indian Air Force pilots always steer clear of the Magnetic Hill.




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National Science Day is celebrated in India on 28 February each year to mark the discovery of the Raman effect by Indian physicist Sir Chandrashekhara Venkata Raman on 28 February 1928.For his great success in the field of science in India, Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman was awarded and honored with the Nobel Prize in the Physics in the year 1930.

Theme of the year 2018 is

“Science and Technology for a sustainable future.”


28th of February, 1928 was the great day in India when an invention in the field of Indian science was completed by the famous Indian physicist, Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman. He was a Tamil Brahmin and first one in the science, who had researched such invention in India. To commemorate and honor this event always in the future, 28th of February was asked to the Indian Government to designate as a National Science Day in India by the National Council for Science and Technology Communication (NCSTC) in the year 1986.

From then, the national science day was started celebrating all across the India as a great event in the field of Indian science. It is celebrated every year by students, teachers, scientists and researchers in all the schools, colleges, universities, educational institution including scientific, academic, medical, technical and research institutions of India. On the first celebration ceremony of the National Science Day in India, the National Council for Science and Technology Communication had declared the institution of the National Science Popularization awards in order to recognize an excellent and wonderful endeavor in the field of science communication and popularization.

Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman had worked from 1907 to 1933 at the Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Kolkata, West Bengal in India during which he had researched on many topics of the Physics from which the Raman Effect (effect on scattering of light when passing through different materials) became his great success and discovery which has been marked in the Indian history. For his big invention he was honored through the various Indian awards including the Nobel Prize in the year 1930. From the year 2013, the “Raman Effect” has been designated as an International Historic Chemical Landmark by The American Chemical Society.

During the national science day celebration of the year 2009, the Indian Department of Science and Technology has awarded the five Indian institutions through the National Award for Science Communication in order to recognize the big efforts and achievements of the Indian scientists of the government and non-government organizations for popularizing and leading the modern science in the country. The Vikram Sarabhai Community Science Centre was given the highest award in the year 2009 to recognize its big contribution to the science.

The national science day has been started getting celebrated as the Science Carnival to recognize scientific activities and programs by the participation of students from school and college, scientists from the state and national faculties. This event celebration has provided a real platform for various new comer scientists to fix their feet and bright their career in the science profession.


  • National Science Day is being celebrated every year to widely spread a message about the significance of scientific applications in the daily life of the people.
  • To display the all the activities, efforts and achievements in the field of science for human welfare.
  • To discuss all the issues and implement new technologies for the development of the science.
  • To give an opportunity to the scientific minded citizens in the country.
  • To encourage the people as well as popularize the Science and Technology.

Life Of C.V Raman

Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman was born at Tiruchirappalli in Southern India on 7 November 1888. His father was a lecturer in mathematics and physics so that from the first he was immersed in an academic atmosphere. He entered Presidency College, Madras, in 1902, and in 1904 passed his BA examination, winning the first place and the gold medal in physics; in 1907 he gained his MA degree, obtaining the highest distinctions.

His earliest researches in optics and acoustics — the two fields of investigation to which he has dedicated his entire career — were carried out while he was a student.

Since at that time a scientific career did not appear to present the best possibilities, Raman joined the Indian Finance Department in 1907; though the duties of his office took most of his time, Raman found opportunities for carrying on experimental research in the laboratory of the Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science at Calcutta (of which he became Honorary Secretary in 1919).

In 1917, he was offered the newly endowed Palit Chair of Physics at Calcutta University, and decided to accept it. After 15 years in Calcutta, he became Professor at the Indian Institute of Science at Bangalore (1933-1948), and since 1948 he was the director of the Raman Institute of Research at Bangalore, which was established and endowed by him. He also founded the Indian Journal of Physics in 1926, of which he is the Editor. Raman sponsored the establishment of the Indian Academy of Sciences and has served as President since its inception. He also initiated the proceedings of that academy, in which much of his work has been published, and is President of the Current Science Association, Bangalore, which publishes Current Science (India).

Raman effect, change in the wavelength of light that occurs when a light beam is deflected by molecules. When a beam of light traverses a dust-free, transparent sample of a chemical compound, a small fraction of the light emerges in directions other than that of the incident (incoming) beam.


The Power of your Subconscious Mind

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An ideal book to unravel your sub-conscious

Did you know that your mind has a ‘mind’ of its own? Yes! Without even realizing, our mind is often governed by another entity which is called the sub-conscious mind.

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This book can bring to your notice the innate power that the sub-conscious holds. We have some traits which seem like habits, but in reality these are those traits which are directly controlled by the sub-conscious mind, vis-à-vis your habits or your routine can be changed if you can control and direct your sub-conscious mind positively. To be able to control this ‘mind power’ and use it to improve the quality of your life is no walk in the park. This is where this book acts as a guide and allows you to decipher the depths of the sub-conscious.

In this book, ‘The power of your subconscious mind’, the author fuses his spiritual wisdom and scientific research to bring to light how the sub-conscious mind can be a major influence on our daily lives. Once you understand your subconscious mind, you can also control or get rid of the various phobias that you may have in turn opening a brand new world of positive energy.

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The book is available in two types, the kindle edition as well as the paperback edition. The book contains 312 pages of wisdom and positive energy. The modern English language used is easy to understand.

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The book is sized at 19.6 x 13 x 2.5 cm which makes portable in nature.

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Born in Ireland, Joseph Murphy was ordained in Devine Science and Religious Science. The way you see things will change completely after you finish reading this book.


A Century is not Enough: My Roller-coaster Ride to Success

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A sporting classic and a manual for living

Sourav Ganguly’s life has been full of highs and lows. Arguably India’s greatest cricket captain, he gave confidence to the team, re-energized them and took India, for the first time, to spectacular overseas victories. But Ganguly’s story also came with great challenges – from his early days where he had to wait four long years before being included in the team to the ugly battle with the Australian coach Greg Chappell. He fought his way out of every corner and climbed back up from every defeat, becoming India’s ultimate comeback king.

What does it take to perform when the pressure is sky high? How do you fight back and win? How do you make a name for yourself when you are young and have started the journey which is closest to your heart? As Sourav takes you through his life, he looks at how to overcome challenges and come out a winner. Time and time again.



About the Author

Sourav Ganguly is a former Indian cricketer and former captain of the Indian team. In 2002, the Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack ranked him the sixth greatest ODI batsman of all time. He is one of the only three players, in Indian cricket history, to have played more than 100 tests and more than 300 ODI. Sourav Ganguly currently heads the Cricket Association of Bengal. A Padmashree Award winner, Sourav was awarded the Banga Bibhushan Award in 2013. This is his first book, co-written with Gautam Bhattacharya.

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