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NO CUSTODIAL CRIME TO HAPPEN IN TAMIL NADU ANYMORE, SAYS STALIN
In the wake of the custodial death of Vignesh, who mysteriously died on April 19, the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin said, “accused in police custody should not be tortured physically or mentally”.
He assured that there will be no lock up crimes in Tamil Nadu any more. Stalin further said that the government had not hid anything. “We have given required instructions to prevent custodial deaths in future”, the CM said.
Stalin added that those who were arrested should be presented in front of the magistrate following due procedures.
The death of Vignesh who used to offer horse rides as livelihood in Marina beach in Chennai, became a subject of political slugfest between the ruling party and opposition in Tamil Nadu. The 25-year-old suffered multiple injuries and fractures on his body, indicating custodial death due to torture.
The post-mortem report too indicated a foul play. However, the state police claimed that the death was natural.
Milan awaits its visitors after the pandemic
Milan is an important centre whose main activities are industry, trade and finance. It covers a total area of 182 square kilometers and has an establish- ished population of over one million nine hundred thousand. The earliest history of Milan dates back to 400 B.C. with the settling of Gallic tribes in the heart of the Po Valley. These tribes mixed with the already existing Insubres, and the Etruscans, whose splendid historical era was about to close. Both the age of foundation and the origin of its name are derived from tradition. Historians base their theories on archeological findings which have been dug up from Milan’s sub-soil.
The ancient name ” Mediolanium ” might have its origin in the settling of Belloveso and his tribes in the centre of the Plain of Lombardy, that is in the centre of the triangle between the rivers Po, Ticino and Adda. Legend has it that the name is derived from the “ scrofa semi lanuta “, that is half-woollen sow, (from the Latin: medio = semi and lanum=wool), but this seems improbable although the sow may have been used in the coat of-arms. In 222 B.C. the Romans invaded Milan and development has been going on ever since. The once small village grew larger and greater, and out of the original few acres of the early ” Castrum ” it reached the peak of its splendor in the third and fourth centuries.
The poet Ausonio called it “Roma secunda ” (the second Rome). Massimiano, who shared the empire with Diocleziano, established his residence here, and undertook to embellish it with great new buildings and wider walls. In 313 Constantine proclaimed his famous edict of free worship, here in Milan. In this period the paleochristian basilicas were built. In 374 St. Ambrose was appointed bishop of the diocese, and on his death, in 397, the Milanese Church took up the Ambrosian Rite which is still used today.
The most admired and remarkable remains of the Roman ” Mediolanum ” are the sixteen columns of St. Lorenzo in Corso Ticinese, while the Massimiano walls are partly incorporated could be begun. The castle was victim of more great damage during the bombing of 1943, but alter the war more reconstruction work was clone cn the buildings, the Ancient Arts Museum and the halls of the forts. The front of the castle with its round towers on each side, laces the city, in the centre of the front we can see the Tower of Filarete, rebuilt in 1900 with Beltrami’s refacing. The interior is divided into the great courtyard or military square, and, looking towards the park, the fort on the left, and the ducal courtyard on the right. Between these two, rises the tower added by Bona of Savoy in 1477. The two massive towers on the park-side corners give it the appearance of a fortress. The north tower houses the Hall of Assi (boards), while the other, called the Castellano Tower or Treasure Hall, contains the remains of Bramante’s fresco painting of Argus.
The Ancient Arts Museum contains varied artistic material, and is interesting to visitors also for its Renaissance period halls. It is world famous for its works by Leonardo and Michelangelo, the greatest artists Italy ever produced. The museum winds through the halls on the ground and first floors of the ducal courtyard, from the Chancellery Hall one can walk along the battlements, through the tower of Bona of Savoy to the fortress hall which houses a collection of ceramics and musical instruments. In the hall once called the Scarlioni Hall because of its decorations, we find the ” Pieta Rondanini ”, Michelangelo’s last — unfinished — work. Among the other sculptures can be seen the lving statue of Gastone of Foix bv Bambaia. In the Hall of Assi, so called because of the panelling which covers the walls, Leonardo created the most prodigious decorations which transform the vault of the ceiling into a dome of extraordinarily beautiful green leaves. One of the halls is dedicated to ancient armourv and houses armoury, halberds, shields, spears, spiked clubs and helmets, most of which were produced bv Milanese armourers. Other rooms are the homes of antique furniture, and the picture gallery is rich in the works of Lombardic painters. The fourteenth century frescoes in the room which is a reconstruction of a room once lound in the Roccabianca Castle near Parma, are also interesting as they represent the ” Story of Gualtieri and Griselda ”.
Finally, a must-see in Milan is the church of Santa Maria Delle Grazie, where Leonardo Da Vinci’s famous painting of the Last Supper of Jesus is located. You can see this work in the refectory section of the church with a guide by booking a last supper tour.
MAKING OUR PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE GOOD
The present becomes the past after some time, and the future is just a little while away; once we reach there, it will be the present, before it too becomes the past. This play of the past, present and future goes on all the time.
How do we make sure that our past, present and future, all are good? The key is attention to what we are thinking and doing. The past is being created in the present; once the time has passed, we cannot do anything about it. But when we utilise the present prudently, being the best we can be, there is great satisfaction when we look back on it later, knowing that we used our time and other resources well. Do we live in the present in such a way that once it has become the past it is a source of inspiration for others?
Coming to the present, we can make it such that it really is a present—a gift—for everyone who meets us. A gift makes everyone happy—no matter how agitated, sad, or upset someone is, when they receive a present given with genuine love, they experience a wave of happiness. The value of a gift is determined not by the thing that is given but by the love that accompanies it. That is what gives joy to others and brings the giver their blessings and good wishes. The easy method to spread joy and live a life full of blessings is to freely give others presents such as love, cooperation, encouraging words, and good wishes. These are the presents needed the most today by almost everyone, and when we bestow these in the present, our past becomes such that it inspires regard and gratitude in the hearts of others.
What about the future? Our features can give others a glimpse of the future. How? When our eyes, smile, behaviour, and relationships are imbued with peace, love, compassion, and dignity, it shows others that it is possible to live an elevated life in today’s world; it creates a benchmark for them to follow. This is how each one of us can contribute to creating a better future for the human family.
B.K. Atam Prakash is a Rajyoga teacher at the Brahma Kumaris headquarters in Mount Abu, Rajasthan.
HEALTHY LIVING, THE HERBAL WAY
When we talk about Ayurveda, we often take it as a form of medicinal treatment rather than taking it as a lifestyle. Yes, Ayurveda has been a way of lifestyle for centuries and has helped mankind thrive with its effective and timely remedies. It has not only helped us in times of immense disorderly distress but also kept us on the path of a long life that can be happily lived. Ayurveda strongly believes that good health starts with the proper metabolism of food and healthy digestion. It is based on the idea that food, when consumed according to our individual needs, acts as a medicine that balances our bodies and promotes good health. Ayurveda, our ancient medical system, is a life science that comes up with the life tools to stay healthy, energetic, and realise our full human potential. The good habits that add health to your years according to Ayurveda include eating three balanced meals at the same time daily.
There are so many herbal ingredients that have various health benefits. Herbs and spices fight inflammation and reduce damage to our body’s cells as each one is rich in phytochemicals, which are healthful plant chemicals. Herbs like amla, ashwagandha, turmeric, garlic, cumin seeds, black pepper, and so on are not only healthy but also add flavours to our diet. There are other herbal ingredients like Neem which helps fight acne by inhibiting bacterial growth, Tulsi which has beneficial results for respiratory wellness, Guduchi that supports the immune system, Brahmi that improves cognitive performance and a memory enhancer, Coriander that helps with weight loss, and Ashwagandha which ultimately helps cope with mental and physical stress.
Our body is always in an endless battle with bad bacteria, viruses, excess levels of some vitamins, pesticides. Throughout human history, we have been aware of substances that can harm or even kill us; for example, toxins created by burning sugars, fats, protein, or from external sources like medications, drugs, hormone enhancers, food additives, preservatives, food colourings, sweeteners, flavours enhancers, alcohols, volatile organic compounds, fumes, air pollution and so on. All these together adversely impact our health which can reduce the life expectancy rate at a fast pace.
From ancient times, people have relied on nature and natural resources for food and medicine. Herbs are like other plants that we rely on for food. Interestingly, many so-called modern ‘medicines’ are classified as herbs. Generally, herbal medicines are simply medicines that happen to be natural and gentle, when used with knowledge of how they work. Let’s make a conscious choice to live a life full and happiness and good health. Let’s get back to a healthy lifestyle with Ayurveda by embracing a simple lifestyle that includes healthy eating, exercise, and healthy habits.
The writer is Business Unit Head –Sava Herbals & Sava Vet.
Football fans are growing day by day.
While betting is a serious passion, it has become more enjoyable to bet live. The fact that there are many game options is also conducive to the increase of betting sites, while this situation has benefited the betting players the most. Wherever there is an alternative, competition accelerates, which helps to distribute the promotions and bonuses more generously. High bonuses are indispensable for a betting site. Especially in order to announce the name of a newly opened betting site, it organizes campaigns that will definitely make a sound. Since it is not easy to be at the forefront of yeni bahis siteleri, the conditions of the first bonuses are as important as the amount. While professional bettors attach great importance to the bonuses given by betting sites, those who are new to live betting games may ignore this promotion.
While mobile phones and tablets are now in every aspect of our lives, it is of course not possible to think that canlı bahis siteleri will lag behind this. There are many betting sites where you can enjoy live betting from anywhere with an internet connection at any time of the day. It is very easy to deposit and withdraw money through these sites, which are fully compatible with mobile devices, where you can place bets quickly and easily! Today, betting companies attach great importance to mobile appearance, as betting sites are usually entered from mobile. In addition to the Internet speed for the user, it is very important for the device they use! In order to have a smooth and effective betting experience, the features of the device you will use must also be good. This item, which is very necessary for games such as casino and live betting, can be ignored by many bettors. So, which sites are mobile-supported and which sites have mobile applications, let’s look at them now.
Build a vision around a solution and a business around a vision: Rahat Bhagat, Co-Founder, UV Pure Pvt Ltd
Rahat Bhagat, co-founder of UV Pure Private Limited joined NewsX for an exclusive chat in its special edition, NewsX A-List. UV Pure produces products based on a chemical-free sanitization method. UVC light used in the product destroys the DNA of pathogens and thus prevents them from replication. Rahat spoke to NewsX about their product, UV Pure Tech Wand.
Speaking about how he started, Rahat Bhagat said, “In the current scenario, we couldn’t even bring a piece of paper without sanitising it. We would bring groceries washed with soap and then wonder whether we are consuming soap. So it got me and my father thinking that there has to be something beneficial, not only for now but also for many more years to come.”
Rahat added that alcohol soap and chemical sanitisation were harmful, with limited uses and also left room for manual error, so the sanitisation process of things coming into homes and workplace was both ineffective and cumbersome. “So UV Pure was founded to marry science with simplicity, to keep our loved ones safe and provide fast, effective, simple and chemical-free sanitisation.”
Explaining how the product works and common people could benefit from it, Bhagat said, “Let me go behind the technology first, UVC light at this particular wavelength disrupts the DNA and RNA of pathogens, eliminating their ability to replicate, hence deactivating them.”
To give a clearer view on the same, Rahat said, “In laymen terms, this technology works on line of sight. Wherever the UGC light falls, in a 10-15 second exposure, we can eliminate 99.9% bacteria, viruses and germs. It also kills the black mould which sometimes appears on bathroom curtains. It also deodorizes articles like shoes or any old pieces of furniture which is smelling. It has been developed by IT engineers and it is certified by Boston University”.
Rahat Bhagat went on to talk about if it was a household product. He said, “This is a requirement for each house at the moment. It saves you a considerable amount of time, money and there is no harmful chemicals, pollutants or residue which you are consuming or smelling while sanitised stuff is coming into your house. All households that bought it till now are using it on a daily basis and we have received very positive reviews.”
Bhagat further shared about the built and working of the product. He said, “It is a slightly large, handheld device with a stainless steel body and it’s got a UV lamp in the casing and if we wish to use it then all we do is switch it on and a 10-15 second exposure to its light will sanitise the entire object.”
When asked about Rahat’s take on Prime Minister’s ‘Vocal for Local’ slogan, he said that he feels that they were ‘deglobalising’. “Each country at the moment is looking for itself. So I am very for local for vocal. Only if we are vocal for local, are we gonna support our economy, our jobs and our people.” Rahat said that he’s all for Atmanirbhar Bharat.
Rahat Bhagat said that he would recommend people to be entrepreneurs if they have the vision, dedication and the self-reliant, go-getter attitude. He said, “It can be a very satisfying choice.”
Rahat called his product as both, a B2B and a B2C product. He said, “A lot of households have had it. It’s just been launched last week. A lot of businesses, a couple of colleges in the IP University bought it for sanitising the examination papers. We’re in touch with both, housing complexes as well as banking institutions.”
Rahat has been in entrepreneurship for many years, his family has been in manufacturing business since 1992. He said that this thing helped him in developing the product. He is also an automatic control systems engineer. He said that technology has always been close to his heart. He added, “finding a technology-based solution to a problem has been very satisfying, my engineering side has helped in developing this product.”
Addressing the pandemic, Rahat said that most of the entrepreneurs are trying to come out of these times stronger and are trying to figure out how they can utilise this time for their future. Talking about the future of his product UV Pure tech wand, Rahat said that he would like to see it making its way to households and workspaces in the metros and even in tier 2, tier 3 cities and the villages.
UV Pure also has some other products in the pipeline for UVC based sanitation. Rahat said, “We would like to see the support of the consumers to choose Made in India products. So we do more and the local entrepreneurs grow and the country prospers.”
Rahat shared a piece of advice for the new-age entrepreneurs. He said, “Look for areas where there is pain. Build a vision around a solution and a business around a vision.”
For those who want to buy or check the product UV Pure Tech Wand, it is available on their official website, uvpuretech.com. Within some time the product will be available on several other online websites as well.
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