Wednesday, June 17, 2020


LOVE YOURSELF , it sounds little bit weird right, yes I mean it do you know why ?  You can make out when you finish this article.As everyone is behind the depression and suicide now, I'm here to discuss how to avoid such a condition.

I lost my mind and i'm trying to figure out yours, this is the present scenario we are going through,most of us ignore ourselves for the sake of others, a sacrificing parent, mistreated children, cheating relationship and so on. So where are we about to? Please dear stop your race with the challenging  life  for a minute and listen to me. I know the small small crisis and challenges due to this pandemic and financial issues cannot make you a depressive patient, but if you are not opening up your feelings to your dear ones how will it be resolved.


All of us should open up our feelings to someone. who is this someone? the answer is simple the person whom you trust,who can silently hear you, the one who could fix your problem if not at least support and be with you in times of crisis. Its totally up to you! so by reading this someone came to your mind right . It's ok if you can't trust anyone leave it the next step will help you.


In some situations you may find it really tough to open up so the best way is to distract your mind. But how? its really simple if you are a day time person you will be busy full day and feel left out only at night time (vise versa for a night person) due to the burning stress in mind you feel  difficult to sleep, and the disturbing thoughts will come up one by one so what you have to do is,
  •  Listen to some music( please try to avoid that sentimental                  playlist from your phone).
  •   Play any brain games if you are weak at it try the one you                   like.
  •    Read some religious books if you have belief in God,                        even  detective novels will help.
Try this for at least three months I'm sure you will feel light


Minimum 6-9 hours of sleep is required for a human body. moreover , a tight sleep can resolve problems too. For the couples I have a request, please please solve your silly fights and go to bed. We should never be a problem to our loved ones unconscious mind. Why unconscious mind right? its a very deep topic which will be discussed soon with you.


I don't want to show you anyone crying so no picture here.I'm not asking you to cry in front of others , but please don't keep your feelings controlled, let them flow off. Let it go dear. When you are done start to think positive about the stress which you made you cry.


Yes , I mean it love yourself, sometimes it's ok to treat yourself with your favorite goods or food, you can even go outside and have a walk, breathe in and out, smile to all those unknown persons. Just feel the world we are   living.


Even after trying all this out for at least two weeks and if you feel no difference at all, please seek the help of some expert counselor or a psychologist.

Once again LOVE YOURSELF and BE YOURSELF, try again and again until you achieve your goal.

Thursday, June 11, 2020


Women need more health care  access and the health care system  than men just because they are very much vulnerable to certain diseases.Studies also reveal that women has a weaker immune system than men.They also have more chronic non-reproductive health issues such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, mental illness, diabetes and osteoporosis,While part of this is due to their reproductive and sexual health needs.



 Eat as close to a natural foods diet as you can, That means a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables and fewer processed foods. Eat whole grains and high-fiber foods and choose leaner cuts of meat, fish, and poultry. Include low-fat dairy products in your diet as well — depending on your age, you need between 800 and 1,500 milligrams of calcium daily to help avoid osteoporosis. Avoid foods and beverages that are high in calories, sugar, salt, and fat.

Healthy eating will help you maintain a proper weight for your height, which is important because being overweight can lead to a number of illnesses. Looking for a healthy snack? Try some raw vegetables, such as celery, carrots, broccoli, cucumbers, or zucchini with dip made from low-fat yogurt.

If you’re not getting enough vitamins and nutrients in your diet, you might want to take a multivitamin and a calcium supplement to make sure you’re maintaining good health


 Heart disease is the leading cause of death among women in America, but plenty of exercise can help keep your heart healthy. You want to exercise at least 30 minutes a day, five days a week, if not every day. Aerobic exercises (walking, swimming, jogging, bicycling, dancing) are good for women’s health in general and especially for your heart, says Sabrena Merrill, MS, of Lawrence, Kan., a certified personal trainer and group fitness instructor and a spokeswoman for the American Council on Exercise.


Stay away from cigarettes and people who smoke. Don’t use drugs. If you drink alcohol, do so in moderation. Most women’s health studies show that women can safely consume one drink a day. A drink is considered to be about 12 to 14 grams of alcohol, which is equal to 12 ounces of beer (4.5 percent alcohol); 5 ounces of wine (12.9 percent alcohol); or 1.5 ounces of spirits (hard liquor such as gin or whiskey.


Manage stress. No matter what stage of her life — daughter, mother, grandmother — a woman often wears many hats and deals with a lot of pressure and stress. “Take a few minutes every day just to relax and get your perspective back again,” Novey says. “It doesn’t take long, and mental health is important to your physical well-being.” You also can manage stress with exercise, relaxation techniques, or meditation.


A woman’s health needs change as she ages, but the basics of women’s health remain the same. If you follow these six simple healthy living tips, you will improve your quality of life for years to come.

Check for breast cancer : The American Cancer Society no longer recommends monthly breast self-exams for women. However, it still suggests them as “an option” for women, starting in their 20's. You should be on the lookout for any changes in your breasts and report any concerns to your doctor. All women 40 and older should get a yearly mammogram as a mammogram is the most effective way of detecting cancer in its earliest stages, when it is most treatable.


Many women have no problem getting pregnant in their late 30s and even into their early 40s, a woman's fertility may start to decline as early as 32. So if you want to have kids, talk to your doctor about options, like freezing your eggs.
Birth control gets a bad rap, but not only can it keep you from getting pregnant before you're ready, studies show it can lower the risk of uterine and ovarian cancer as well as regulate your cycle.


 Excessive exposure to the sun’s harmful rays can cause skin cancer, which can be deadly. To protect against skin cancer, wear sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) of at least 15 if you are going to be outdoors for more than a few minutes. Even if you wear sunscreen faithfully, you should check regularly for signs of skin cancer. Warning signs include any changes in the size, shape, color, or feel of birthmarks, moles, or freckles, or new, enlarging, pigmented, or red skin areas. If you spot any changes or you find you have sores that are not healing, consult your doctor.


  • One way to prevent disease and infection is to avoid smoking. You should also avoid those who do. Secondhand smoke can be as dangerous as smoking.

  • Other known risks to health include drugs and alcohol. For women, a moderate amount of alcohol is 12 ounces of beer, 5 ounces of wine, or about 1 ounce of spirits each day. One five-ounce glass of wine a day may help cut heart disease risk, but more than that increases your risk of cancer and other conditions.

  • Good dental and oral health goes beyond a blindingly white set of teeth. Daily brushing and flossing keeps away cavities, gum disease, and even your physician, as having healthy teeth and gums might reduce your risk of heart disease.

  • Take vitamins and minerals especially if you are a lactating mother or of age 50 plus.

  • Visit the doctor Other than breast exams and gynecological visits, you should make sure to visit your doctor regularly for checkups and screening exams. You should have blood work, biometric data such as blood pressure and weight, and other preventive testing measures done at your yearly physical.

                         DEAR WOMEN BE STRONG AND HEALTHY.

 “I am a strong woman. I don’t sit around feeling sorry for myself, nor let people mistreat me. I don’t respond to people who dictate to me or try to bring me down. If I fall I will rise up even stronger because I am survivor and not a victim. I am in control of my life and there is nothing I can’t achieve.”

Monday, June 8, 2020


                       POMERGRANATE,this ruby red fruit is delicious and healthy. But pomegranate benefits your mind, body, and skin even more than you'd expect.They contain a range of beneficial plant compounds, unrivaled by other foods.Studies have shown that they may have several benefits for your body, possibly lowering your risk of various diseases.


 One cup of pomegranate (174 grams) contains, 

        Fiber: 7 grams
        Protein: 3 grams
        Vitamin C: 30% 
        Vitamin K: 36% 
        Folate: 16% 
        Potassium: 12% 
The pomegranate arils are also very sweet, with one cup containing 24 grams of sugar and 144 calories.


Pomegranates really shine in their wealth of powerful plant compounds, some of which have potent medicinal properties. responsible for most of their health benefits.


Punicalagins are extremely potent antioxidants found in pomegranate juice and peel.They’re so powerful that pomegranate juice has been found to have three times the antioxidant activity of red wine and green tea .Pomegranate extract and powder is typically made from the peel, due to its high antioxidant and punicalagin content.

Punicic Acid

Punicic acid, found in pomegranate seed oil, is the main fatty acid in the arils.It’s a type of conjugated linoleic acid with potent biological effects.


Pomegranate outshines many other juices in comparison, according to a 2008 collaborative study between the University of California and the Rambam Meidcal Center in Israel. Pomegranate juice contained the highest concentration of antioxidants studied – even more than red wine, Concord grape juice, blueberry juice, black cherry juice, a├žai juice, cranberry juice, orange juice, ice tea and apple juice (in that order).


Heart disease is currently the world's most common cause of premature death .It’s a complicated disease, driven by many different factors.Punicic acid, the main fatty acid in pomegranate, may help protect against several steps in the heart disease process.

A 4-week study in 51 people with high triglyceride levels showed that 800 mg of pomegranate seed oil per day significantly lowered triglycerides and improved the triglyceride-HDL ratio .Another study looked at the effects of pomegranate juice in people with type 2 diabetes and high cholesterol. They noted significant reductions in “bad” LDL cholesterol, as well as other improvements .

Pomegranate juice has also been shown — in both animal and human studies — to protect LDL cholesterol particles from oxidation, one of the key steps in the pathway towards heart disease ..

Finally, one research analysis concluded that pomegranate juice reduces high blood pressure, which is a major risk factor for heart disease.Several human studies have shown that pomegranate can have benefits against heart disease. It improves your cholesterol profile and protects LDL cholesterol from oxidative damage.


Think of them as stress relief in edible form. Harnessing the power of their antioxidants, pomegranates have been shown to improve systolic blood pressure (the top reading that shows the pressure in your arteries when your heart beats). When it comes to systolic blood pressure, the lower the better, and according to a study from the Lipid Research Laboratory at the Rappaport Family Institute for Research in the Medical Sciences in Israel, pomegranates achieve this by ensuring that arteries are clear of plaque, which leads us to the next wonderful benefit of these fruits.


By promoting a speedy clearing of the arteries, pomegranate juice also has tremendous effects on cholesterol. Another study out of the Lipid Research Laboratory analyzed pomegranates' many effects on cardiovascular health, finding that drinking concentrated pomegranate juice led to decreased cholesterol levels. Again, we have the polyphenol antioxidants to thank for this. A similar study from the same laboratory followed patients over the course of three years, finding that a daily ounce of pomegranate juice cleared out 30 percent of atherosclerotic plaque (the kind that hardens your arteries and can impede blood flow to the rest of your body, at worst causing a heart attack or stroke). Overall, drinking pomegranate juice appears to be an overall boost for your heart health.


Antioxidants also work wonders on inflammation throughout your body, and pomegranates work their magic on even the most painful arthritis cases, including rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. Studies have shown that pomegranate extract doesn't just reduce inflammation but also helps alleviate pain and even fights against cartilage degradation.


Several studies show that pomegranate juice inhibits cancer cell growth and even gives those cells an extra nudge to go ahead and die (a process called apoptosis). A 2012 study out of the Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology showed that pomegranate juice prevented the proliferation of a particular human prostate cancer cell, while an earlier study from Florida Atlantic University found similar results with regard to breast cancer cells. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, it's not just the seeds, but the rind and oil as well, that work against cancer cells by reducing blood supply to tumors, in effect shrinking them. While relatively few studies have been conducted with human participants (many have been in vitro), it is clear that pomegranates have the potential to be a powerful anticancer agent.


More recommends drinking pomegranate juice as it effectively concentrates the beneficial nutrients in pomegranate seeds, for a more potent product. "The antioxidant activity of pomegranate juice can be as much as three times higher than that of green tea and red wine," she explained. Specifically, pomegranates contain three types of antioxidants: tannins (which have made red wine famously healthy), anthocyanins and ellagic acid. Antioxidants are important to keep the cells in our bodies healthy and able to fight off viruses, keeping down inflammation and preventing organ damage.


There is some evidence that pomegranate can improve memory.One study in surgical patients found that 2 grams of pomegranate extract prevented deficits in memory after surgery.

Another study in 28 older adults with memory complaints found that 8 ounces (237 ml) of pomegranate juice per day significantly improved markers of verbal and visual memory .

Studies in mice also suggest that pomegranate may help fight Alzheimer's disease

Pomegranate seeds owe their superfood status to polyphenols, powerful antioxidants thought to offer heart health and anti-cancer benefits. ... In addition to antioxidants, pomegranates are a source of fibre, B vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin K and potassium.

Eating pomegranates as a whole can have anti-inflammatory effects and can protect a human body from various diseases like type-2 diabetes, and obesity. 2. Regular consumption of pomegranate helps in improving gut health, digestion, and keep bowel diseases at bay

Sunday, June 7, 2020


COVID-19 is a vicious disease, whose pathogenesis appears to be unlike anything that most physicians have ever seen before. The virus can trigger a widespread endothelial failure, which explains the extreme hypoxemia, the thrombogenic state, and the extensive end-organ dysfunction that progressively leads to death. Cytokine storm contributes to a large number of fatalities. Social distancing is widely recommended, but variably practiced. The disease has had a profound deleterious impact on economic activity. Furthermore, physicians are learning that many of their established therapeutic algorithms do not work in patients with COVID-19, and they may make things worse. Two old familiar drugs -- chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine -- have been recommended, and when used in high doses, have led to death, presumably related to their well-known proarrhythmic effects.


We’ve seen it all during this global public health crisis; overwhelmed hospitals forcing patients to sleep on the floor; mounting fear of being in proximity to others; but also the importance of a robust healthcare system. As a consequence of our collective and individual experiences throughout the pandemic, things will change in the healthcare landscape. Below we discuss three of the most significant changes we’ll experience.

1. An unprecedented toll on healthcare workers

During this global tragedy, it’s not only the economy or the population that are being affected but also the healthcare professionals on the frontlines. The latter are enduring extreme work conditions and sacrifices in order to help the infected. Despite a shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE), they show up to work using DIY-solutions like ski goggles and bin bags with a high risk of being infected. Many are working overtime and witness patient after patient succumb to the disease.

“The anxiety of knowing you might be at risk when you’re doing your job can be very challenging for health care workers,” says Terri Rebmann, a nurse researcher and director of the Institute for Biosecurity at Saint Louis University. “It’s physically and mentally draining.” This will lead to an inevitable spike in burnouts among the healthcare staff. Even before the novel coronavirus outbreak, some estimated nearly half of the world’s 10 million physicians had symptoms of burnout. Now imagine after COVID-19…

Moreover, war-like scenarios where unclaimed victims are laid to rest in mass graves in New York are taking an additional toll on the medical personnel. More than burnouts, we will see frontliners with symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). After this pandemic subsides, we will have to brace ourselves for the aftermath on medical professionals on the frontlines.

2. Diminishing trust in the globalized world

In the pre-pandemic globalized world, we enjoyed a certain level of trust we mostly took for granted. We could travel almost without limitations, meet people without restrictions and order products worldwide. This will simply change after billions of people had to stay indoors for weeks.


We will not be able to travel that freely or enjoy the supply chains of the world so easily. We will think twice before going somewhere or to meet someone. The pandemic is already exacerbating signs of social anxiety and agoraphobia. Regaining trust takes time and these trends will take place for months after lockdowns are lifted.

3. Focus on the healthcare system

It’s tragic how the pandemic highlighted the shortcomings of healthcare systems worldwide. The overburdened hospitals need an upgrade on every level from their infrastructures to their processes. These will be needed to ensure a safe environment for the personnel and patients, as well to better cope with any emergency situations.

artificial intelligence and COVID
For example, one of the reasons speculated for Germany’s comparatively low death rate is its good intensive care situation. Digital health showed its aptitude to deal with such a crisis. We can expect to see many governments put more focus on healthcare. They can adopt similar strategies employed by other countries that better managed the crisis. As people in the frontlines of the fight witnessed, with inefficient healthcare systems, we will not be able to handle the next outbreak.


While we’ll unfortunately witness the toll on our healthcare workers and face reduced trust, other changes could take place depending on countries, duration of lockdowns and even personal experiences. Here are three changes we could see emerge as a result:

1. Get your new travel document: the immunity passport

Such a passport will function in a similar way to how passports and visas work. If you are certified to be immune to the virus, you will get a pass to resume your daily routine, and if not, you will have to stay indoors. The U.K. government is already considering it and other countries might follow suit.

It might even become a requirement to travel to a country. As a matter of fact, it’s already happening. In mid-April, Emirates Airline conducted rapid COVID-19 blood tests on passengers travelling to Tunisia from Dubai. “This will enable us to conduct on-site tests and provide immediate confirmation for Emirates passengers traveling to countries that require COVID-19 test certificates,” reads a statement from the airline company.

This sounds a lot like a divide between the haves and the have-nots and is the subject of ongoing debates. Some might voluntarily go out to catch the virus in the hopes of gaining immunity to it. There will be the lingering fear of unemployment due to being forced to stay in isolation without such a passport. Moreover, testing for immunity will inevitably result in false positives (people incorrectly identified as immune), undermining the efficacy of such a passport altogether.

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2. Surveillance as an ongoing public health measure

No one wants to be surveilled, but what if it’s for greater good? That’s what certain governments had to resort to in order to facilitate contact tracing. Countries from Germany through Israel to Singapore are using phone tracking data to locate and alert those who might be infected. South Korea went the extra mile by using CCTV footage and bank transactions in addition to phone use in its tracing process.

This could lead to certain governments, in particular totalitarian ones, to erase a layer of privacy from citizens’ life. It brings a whole new dimension to privacy and ethics issues like we’ve seen in South Korea. But under the guise of another major public health crisis, such measures could become the norm.

3. Brand-new habits

Awareness for personal and public hygiene measures saw a surge thanks to the contagion. Health authorities are advocating for regular handwashing with soap for at least 20 seconds. Social distancing measures are in place. People are getting used to wearing facemasks for grocery shopping.


These new-formed habits could linger way after lockdowns are lifted, leading to overall better hygiene. We might see people wearing masks wherever they go and unintentionally be more cautious around our elderly. Dr. Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease in the U.S., even thinks that we should never shake hands again. 


Even if things will change, not everything might change. Certain aspects of healthcare should change to better attend to our post-pandemic needs. Let’s see three of the major changes we should see in order to make for a more compelling healthcare setting.

1. Artificial intelligence as a necessary tool

We have stressed the need to implement artificial intelligence in the healthcare setting for years, but the novel coronavirus’ damage highlighted this need even more. We saw how an A.I. platform assisted in sending out the first alerts of the outbreak. Algorithms are used to help screen for those potentially affected. A.I. can help hospitals manage their resources. It’s even in use to speed up vaccine research.

These developments go on to show that A.I. will help us better prepare for the next public health crisis. These algorithms aren’t solutions in themselves but rather tools aiding professionals to perfect their craft. 

2. A shift in the point-of-care

The importance of digital health solutions was made clear during these challenging times. They are ready-made options to bring healthcare to patients, rather than the other way round. Telemedicine’s use skyrocketed. We have a whole article dedicated to digital health apps helping people during the pandemic. Devices like digital stethoscopes, portable ECG monitors and digital otoscopes can be used at home and the results shared remotely with doctors.

Medical bag of the 21st century

These eliminate doctor-patient visits whenever it’s avoidable and also help reduce the risk of cross-contamination. Such devices should become commonplace, shifting the point-of-care to the patient.

3. Sustainable solutions

If this pandemic taught us anything, it’s that our life (as it used to be) is not sustainable for our planet. We all had to experiment with digital solutions, be it virtual meetings for work, digital education for students and virtual events instead of in person conferences. These proved not only to be effective but also an environmentally-friendly way to operate in a connected world.

Saturday, June 6, 2020


A lucid dream is a dream in which the dreamer is aware that they are dreaming. As a tantalizing side effect, the sleeper may be able to take control of the experience.

 You can see why this would be seductive. Awake, a person is restricted by the confines of reality. Asleep, a person is limited only by their imagination. So it's no wonder that devices, strategies, and substances that supposedly facilitate lucid dreaming are exceedingly popular. Surveys suggest that only half the population has ever lucid dreamed in their lifetime, so it is quite rare.


The human mind is as always, fascinating and a marvellous part of the body enabling us to reach beyond our own limits and at the same time, has the ability to destroy itself as well.

The feeling of being in a lucid dream can be extremely realistic and vivid. Its is almost as real as the feeling of grass under your feet walking at the park or the warmth of the afternoon sun on your skin. Things can get very intimidating in some cases. Emotions may be intensified, gripping you with fear and uneasiness in the inability to perceive the situation in a dream beyond your control. Lucid dreamers often share their experiences of being terrified in their initial journey before they identify and learn to enjoy their dreams. It is said that you’ll feel a greater sense of happiness and pleasure from engaging in enjoyable activities that you want, once you learn to assert conscious control within your own dream.

Lucid dreaming is one of its fascinating abilities of the human mind to replicate an unworldly experience cocooning you in your worst nightmare or your most desirable dream- being able to explore our own inner worlds with full awareness that we are in a dream state is intriguing and has an almost magical experience about it.


Under normal circumstances, lucid dreaming will occur during rapid eye movement (REM) sleep. Few people experience it spontaneously. However, others train themselves to start dreaming lucidly, or to become better at it.
The extent to which a person can manipulate their dream if they are lucid while dreaming also varies to a great degree. Some people may simply wake up instantly upon realizing that they had been dreaming.

Other people may have the ability to influence their own actions while they are dreaming, or parts of the dream itself. Some lucid dreamers have been reported to control and manipulate even the narrative of the dream to have a pleasant experience.


Lucid dreaming is generally risk-free for people who are mentally fit, but it is important to know the susceptible risks for those who wish to practice this often.

EUPHORIA :While lucid dreaming can induce a state of extreme euphoria, it also means things can get pretty unpleasant on the other side of the spectrum.

SLEEP PARALYSIS: ‘Sleep paralysis’is the inability to move when you’re falling asleep. An individual in sleep paralysis will be awake, but he’ll be stuck to the bed and sometimes see a shadow figure (This is just a natural part of the sleep imagery one can experience when drifting into a dream). This can be scary for some people, especially if you are unaware or don’t expect it to happen.

 FALSE ALARM: A false awakening is another lucid dreaming danger, In this state of hallucination when you dream about waking up, go about your daily routine and then in a few moments you go back to your couch and recognize you were dreaming about waking up. This can happen repeatedly, to the point where you just don’t know if you’ve woken up for real or not. It can be scary, and it can feel like you’re spending a lot of time just feeling trapped in your mind, dreaming about waking up again and again.

 MENTAL DISTURBANCES :Fear, sadness and pain can also be induced in this state. While these dreams can be very intense, it may leave you with a bad experience in all. It may also leave you in a confusion as distinguishing between reality and dream can be difficult in this state. With time and practice, one gets used to telling the difference and will be able to remember the context the experiences.

ADDICTION : There is also a chance of getting addicted to lucid dreaming. While this isn’t a physical addiction, people may want to wake up late, thus affecting one’s lifestyle.

The risks of Lucid dreaming are minor and are not everlasting to be precise. they are all fixable and with a little work, you can make sure you don’t have any side effects at all. It’s nothing to worry about, and you shouldn’t let it put you off. There are pros and cons to almost everything in life, this is no different.

Like with most things, first, understand lucid dreaming meaning, do it in moderation, and be sensible about it. If you do it right, you’ll always be fine! The only one to really watch out for is the false memories effect.

Friday, June 5, 2020


What is selective outrage? Sometimes people use it to mean pretend outrage, in which people cry “crocodile tears” over things that don’t really upset them. I think we should reserve the term for displays of outrage that are sincere, though disproportionate and lacking in intellectual integrity. 


In Kerala a pregnant wild elephant was allegedly fed a pineapple with firecrackers inside leading to her death in Silent Valley Forest. The firecrackers exploded in her mouth when she chomped on the fruit. Yes this is a brutal act done by a person, and I am not here to support that person by any means.But I would just like to make it to your notice that how India reacted towards it

  • 100 tweets by bollywood actors
  • 50 tweets by cricketers or sportspersons
  • 500 tweets from liberals and politicians

So what does it mean, simply it is a plan which is being executed  wisely with the help of media just to degrade Kerala's intense effort and sucess in tackling with the COVID 19.


The challenges currently faced by India is

  •  increasing number of corona patients and its death rate,
  •  poverty,
  •  casteism,
  •  violence against women
  •  unemployment etc.


Then why is social media giving so much promotion of this news. Just because its happened in KERALA. All of us know that the central government continues its discriminatory stance against Kerala even while providing assistance to mitigate the corona virus pandemic. Even though Kerala received less aids from government we became a MODEL STATE in the fight against corona virus.
Kerala has emerged as a winner in the fight against this deadly disease around the world.The achievements of Kerala in the health sector is a model for the country as well as for the world now. The state has been maintaining quality of care right from the primary health  to the medical college sector.Congrats to the Kerala government especially the state health minister Mrs K K Shailaja teacher.

Yes this is the issue of concern ,why this elephant tragedy news is getting  so much promotion , Just think about it.


Selective outrage is when the media or a group of people becomes completely hysterical over what one person or group of people says or does , but ignores and or censors when others  say or do similar or worse things.Everyone loves to vent their anger against anything that happens, and that too publicly.Politicians and well-known commentators are more apt targets of this kind of scrutiny, partly because their statements carry a greater degree of significance. Even though,  most criticisms worth making can be made without mention of selective outrage

To all those celebrities who tweeted about the elephant tragedy issue, are you aware about an incident which occurred few weeks back in India itself. A goods train crushed 16 migrant laborers to death in Aurangabad. A few days have passed since this tragedy , but I still find myself at a loss while trying to decide which is more heart breaking, 

If you prick us, do we not bleed?
if you tickle us, do we not laugh? if you poison
us, do we not die?

William Shakespeare wrote those lines in The Merchant of Venice more than four centuries ago, but they hold true today too.


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