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Feb. 16-29, 2012
THE PERILS OF MODERN EDUCATION I
ndian Education experience in the last 50 years is indeed showing deviant behavior, due to meddling by politicians. They thought that they can modify as they are pleased. Result is that is snowballing into irrelevance and affecting psyche of child of 21st century. Education is a cognition process. Cognition itself means, 'the act or faculty of apprehending, knowing, or perceiving. Something known or perceived, a perception' lead to knowledge, perception awareness' (Webster). Education is a development or training of one's mind, character, skills etc., as by instruction, study or example by instruction and training in an institution of learning. Knowledge and skills imparted from a guided instruction or train-
Dr. G. Balakrishnan (USA) ing of mind, in a teaching pro-cess as a system of science and art, is pedagogy. Training is to bring to a desired standard or level by careful instruction, like in morals or manners, like a soldier is trained, say a kind of rearing up or bringing up or molding one that way a trait (a distinguishing feature or quality as of character) is built. So it is to design one in a mold by drawing a mind (aggregate of all conscious or unconscious processes originating in and associated with the brain. Loading that change in memory (to bear in mind) of a person (here a Child in school). This leads to an intellectual power or capacity…
This embodies a reality of cogence (compelling belief) or convincing ability. First individually one gets convinced at the stage of being a child, a most important factor to be reckoned. That becomes inbuilt in the child over years of some period of life. So educator encapsulates the most probable features one would have to go through over years of living. Then he reduces the period of learning with in certain period of time continuum - minimum needed. Then he trains the child. This means a lot of observational studies by the educator, is indeed needed. Cognition is a recognition process that takes place in the child. This helps the child to upgrade it to interpretative (continued on page 3 )
Filthy Road - Nuisence for public S
ec 17, the posh locality of Navi Mumbai, often compared with Malabar Hill of Mumbai, is in a dangerous condition. On the one side the Roads and bylanes are dug up by NMMC and on the other side construction is going on in a prime property by Shah Group under the label of “Shah Signature”. The location is a Cor-ner Plot which is always having traffic jams due to the presence of Mc donalds. The trucks ferrying the mud from the construction site often falls on the road, which gets piled up within hours as a result of
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which only half of the road is available for pedestrians and traffic. The Builder Shah Group advertises that the project “Shah Signature “, the Business Insignia is in line with International standards. However, it seems they do not remember the international preconstruction standards, where the premises have to be kept spic and clean. NMMC might have put conditions in their commencement letter, however it appears that they have failed in its implementation. The traffic departments also it feels have closed their eyes.
Legislative Committee from Kerala arrives to study problems faced by Malayalee Nurses in city
special committee consisting of MLA's from Kerala had arrived in Navi Mumbai to hear and understand the long standing problems faced by Malayalee nurses across the city. The committee consisting of Chairman, Abdu Rehman Randathani, members – K.V. Abdul Khader, T.V. Rajesh, and V.S. Sunilkumar were camping at Kerala House, Vashi. The committee had to postpone their meeting with members of various organizations by one day due to the sudden demise of Kerala Governor, M. Farukh. Many of the members of various organizations who had arrived without knowing the postponement of meeting felt relieved when they were asked to submit their complaints and were attended unofficially by the committee. The committee accepted written complaints from Malayalee organizations like Nursing Welfare Associations, Nursing Students Associations and also individuals who had problems in their field of work. Recently, there were severe complaints of various nature faced by malayalee nurses working outside Kerala. It is alleged that some hospitals do not give back their original qualification certificates even after completion of their committed period. In most hospitals, they are underpaid and do not get additional money for the overtime they are forced to do. The worst among the one is Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital at Pune where few employees had made a representation to the Chairman of the Committee, a copy of which is with Sunny News. The Legislative Committee's immediate aim would be to bring these issues to the notice of the concerned authorities who are pretending to be unaware of problems faced by nurses. The committee would study each case carefully and try to involve Kerala government to intervene and pressurize wherever possible to find solutions to the severe problems faced by nurses. The Committee would be traveling to Delhi and Calcutta also to understand problems faced by nurses in that area. Report by :Sreekumar Menon
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Feb. 16-29, 2012
Shunt aside defectors ! T
he recent defection of Congress MLA from Konkan, Shankar Kambli to NCP has added one more candidate to the list of defectors in Maharashtra. The three- time MLA from Vengurla is a close aide of industries minister Narayan Rane, who has been engaged in a verbal duel with the NCP high command, accusing it of indulging in the dirty “politics of defections” in the runup to elections to municipal corporations across the state. According to Shankar Kambli, he was not happy with Congress, where he claims to have worked to promote its ideological interests. Let us not forget that he has been MLA twice from the Shiv Sena and once from the Congress and now he has defected to NCP. How could such a character promote ideological interests of any single party ? Shifting loyalty for petty gains amongst politicians is not uncommon in our country. These politicians keep looking out for opportunities and keep jumping from one party to other depending on the gains they are likely to get. Some of the words like defector, opportunist, characterless, ridiculous, selfish and shameless will be
insufficient to explain some of our politicians. They have the audacity to accuse the same party from where they have defect-ed two days ago on any dais and it is also likely that after all the accusations, they might hop back to the same party if the leadership tries to attract them with bigger carrots. Recently, Congress leader and former Maharashtra chief minister Vilasrao Deshmukh has targeted the NCP over the issue of defections. He also made a statement “In fact, once a defector, always a defector. They have no stability and whenever they get an opportunity, they shift loyalty for petty gains.” Earlier, Shankar Kambli was defected to Congress from Shiv Sena. When Kambli could jump from Shiv Sena to Congress, being an opportunist, he could further jump to any other party he likes. The first question that comes to ones mind would be why was he taken into Congress when they knew he was a habitual defector ? By absorbing such opportunists, Congress would lose its credibility. It's time that all party leaders should look into this problem of defection carefully and shunt such characters aside for ever.
The Sucking Hospital ? - Staff Correspondent
ne Mr. Joseph (name changed) was admitted to a well known hospital in Vashi for chest congestion. He was straight away admitted to ICU. After 5 -6 days he started getting severe abdominal pain. It is diagnosed as infection in the pancreas and again admitted to ICU for 5 days. Inbetween lot of tests and medicines worth lakh was administered . After the tests it was found that he has 100% block in two valves. He was further diagnosed to have
kidney stones. A neat 5 lakhs for 20 days. All these days rarely the relatives including the patients wife was allowed to see him. Very peculiar indeed! Finally his son took discharge and admitted him to a City Hospital. At the outset the City Hospital asked him to throw all the medicines prescribed by the Vashi Hospital. It has been observed that this particular Hospital has a very peculiar way of treating patients. Public is warned to be very careful about this hospital.
Quotable Quotes Even the rich are hungry for love, for being cared for, for being wanted, for having someone to call their own. - Mother Teresa
Raigad Reporter Mr. Vikas Manohar Soahte giving a bouquet to Padmashree Padmaja Fenani Jogkkar the famous classical singer.
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Right to a Public and Speedy Trial
he principle of openness of judicial proceedings acts as a check against caprice or vagaries and build up the confidence of the public in the judicial administration. The right to public trial is implicit in Article 14, 9 (1) (a) and 21 of the constitution and in the Criminal Procedure Code. Justice delayed is justice denied. Though there are no specific provisions for speedy trial in the Indian Constitution, by judicial interpretation, the Supreme Court has held that Article 21 of the constitution confers this right of the accused. The Cr. P.C contains many provisions to ensure speedy trial. The human rights of the accused as well as the Victim, find frequent mention in the constitution and in various enactments. Human Rights of Accused Person:-
(The writer is a Post Graduate from Indian Institute of Human Rights, New Delhi.)
1. Protection against arbitrary unlawful arrest: (Article 22 of the Constitution - And Section 41,55 and 151 Cr. P. C). 2. Protection against arbitrary or Unlawful searches (Section 93,94,97,100 (4) to (81) and 165 Cr. P.C). 3. Protection against double jeorpady (Article 21 (2) of the Constitution and Section 400 Cr.
P.C). 4. Rights of arrested person not to be subjected to unnecessary restraint. 5. Right to consult a lawyer of his own choice. 6. Right to be produced before a magistrate before 24 hours of his arrest. 7. Right to be released in bail, if arrested. 8. Right not to be a witness against himself. 9. Right to get copies of the documents and statement of the witnesses on Which the prosecution relies. 10. Right to have the benefit of the presumption of innocence till guilt is Proved beyond reasonable doubt. 11. Right to have due notice of the charges. 12. Right to get copy of the judgement when sentenced to imprisonment.
JUDICIARY AS CUSTODIAN OF CONSTITUTION - Did Supreme Court behave so ? (continue from previous issue) As CJI Mr. V K Sabharwal in 2007 struck down Schedule IX legislations just allowing a few, but lots need to be done to take the muck out. As an individual you have rights equal to another individual. No individual can be or is superior to other individual. A has rights equal to B or C.....Z or vice versa. How can A have more rights to take away the property, life... of B, C...Z ? But that way Indian parliamentarians or legislators behave, as if they have more rights than that of another 'other citizen' of India, while he himself as an individual citizen does not have better rights than other individual citizens. But assuming that proposition of higher power of other individuals is just usurpation of power is it not in the name or facade of parliamentary democracy. So the constitution founding fathers never allowed the concept of Article 366, as individual rights are sacrosanct as in American Constitution. But Nehru allowed the Article 366 to mangle the Constitution without such power in him and while he enjoyed no such power including all parliamentarians. So that Act is a clear violation of Constitution tenets as those tenets are in fact protected by Art 13 but that article also is amended by this kind of surreptitious procedure not valid on the anvil of the Indian constitution at all as any such violation is a clear breach of trust of people and the Constituent Assembly, by the parliament. Then why the Constitution needed a custodian of Constitution in the supreme court of India?
Dr. G. Balakrishnan [Ph.D (Econ) ML., (Professor Emeritus) (Economics & Management) & Advocate(original side), Bombay High Court & High Court appointed Mediator, Sr. Counsel, Supreme Court of India]
That is to ensure that no parliament is to be allowed to seize the power of individual citizen, as citizen is sovereign to the extent of his individual rights only. So the citizens shall enjoy Life Liberty and Property as is conceived in American Constitution. So the Custodian of Constitution went into a deep slumber when Article 366 is inserted to take away the individual rights. The Indian Custodian - Supreme Court of India simply failed unlike American / US Supreme Court. That way, they (representatives) once just got elected just by simple majority of votes in their constituency, they assume they represent all 100% of people of the constituency, including the powers the individuals do not enjoy over other individuals. Is it not a fallacy, you are elected by a majority number of votes you poled, while in fact you are one of the several representatives contesting for the same constituency where any one gets one vote more than the highest is declared elected. That way you got elected. When that is so how can you control the fate of other individuals who never elected you at all. But that way representatives hijacked the powers of citizens and usurped the individual powers of
their own rights as if the individual signed his own death warrant; and so absolute power is surreptitiously taken over by the representatives in the facade of democracy, by some means of Mobocracy. By virtue of that kind of 'stealing' power they introduced Art 366 and added it to Constitution of India. By virtue of ac of stealing individual rights the parliament just became Parliamentocracy, without any backing of any document of peoples' agreement, in fact individuals have to respect other individual rights. So Indian parliament has become a parliamentary dictatorship, as of now. In fact it created a lot of illegal constitutional amendments. When Custodian fails, what happens? You can see PM said the other day that judiciary should not enter into the turf of other 'constitutional' bodies, as though there are not Constitutional courts of law existing. Yes if that be so why ISRO has found into another spectrum scam as PMO defends no sustained monetary loss. Now 2G spectrum scam, CWG... are there before courts. Janatha Darbars are also such extra constitutional functions of representatives of people in India. These Durbars use Executive misuse their powers just to please political bosses. In fact accuseds in these durbars are sent to jails without proper trials under law in courts of law. Who has to say no monetary loss in Scams, including in NREGAs? Is it the Executive or the Court ? Is it not like asking robber whether you are a robber?
Feb. 16-29, 2012
KERALA TOPS IN CRIMES-A HOME MINISTRY REPORT
s a Malayali, I have always thought that Kerala was a great place to live in. People were literate and there was hardly anyone who could not read and write. The Malayali had also an enviable reputation for cleanliness. Both men and women dressed well and were generally seen in white. Kerala was famous for its ancient culture, performing arts and literature. The State had a name as one of the foremost States in India. However, the image slowly started getting tarnished. Murders, crimes of all types, suicides and accidents were regularly reported in the newspapers day after day, many of them ghastly and inhuman. In spite of such crime reports, I was under the impression that Kerala was ahead of other States and crimes were on the increase everywhere, not only in Kerala. Recen-tly, I was shocked to read a report on Kerala that appeared in the newspapers. It was based on statistics released by the Home Ministry and as such should be taken as authentic. According to the report of the National Crime Records bureau submitted to the Home department, for the year 2010, Kerala topped the list of States in crimes like murder, crimes against women and children, economic offences and all those acts that come under the purview of the Indian Penal Code.
Among the Union territories, Pondicherry stood first. The report said that Kochi led the cities of India in respect of crimes which came under the IPC. How could Kochi surpass Delhi, reputed to be the crime capital of India and other major cities such as Mumbai Chennai and Kolkata? Mumbai had quite a few underworld gangs who have eluded the police for a long time. It was startling to know that Kochi has emerged as a serious contender to other cities. The report had the answer too. The ranking was done on a pro-rata basis, taking into account the number of crimes per lakh of population. During the last year, the total number of crimes registered in Kerala was 1, 48, 313. The State's population stood at 3. 497 crores. Thus, the rate of crimes was reckoned as 424.1 per one lakh of population. In fact, Madhya Pradesh recorded the maximum number of crimes, but compared to its population, the State came only at the 4th position. In regard to cyber crimes, Kerala was in the second position among the States of India. It was on top in respect of riot cases which numbered 8724. The report pointed out that in Kochi, economic offences showed an alarming increase in 2010, while most of the other cities recorded a reverse trend. The report however did not mention any cause for Kochi's upward swing. In the country, during 2010, there was an average increase of 5% in criminal cases. Another important finding of the report is on suicides. It says that one person commits suicide every 15 minutes in the country. Married people account for 69.2 per cent and the
unmarried 30.8 per cent. Another significant fact is that one in five of those who put an end to their lives was a house wife. Bihar had the maximum number of suicides, followed by Kerala in 2010. In the year 2009, there were 8755 sui-cides in Kerala which came down to 8588 in 2010. In the State, the number of people killed in accidents was 10653. The city of Kochi accounted for 428. These cold statistics may not mean much to the common man. But the reports of murder, robbery, road accidents, crimes against women and minor girls that appear in the newspapers with unfailing regularity, coupled with heart rending stories of the victims certainly cause anguish in every reader. All would agree that too much of politics is Kerala's bane. Not long ago, Kannur district had the disgrace of recording the greatest number of political murders. Numerous political murders, communal clashes and other crimes have rocked Kerala in the recent past and continue unabated. In Kerala, you were either a CPI(M) or one belonging to the opposition Congress, BJP RSS etc. There was no concept of an ordinary law abiding citizen. Intolerance and violence have pervaded all spheres of activity. Lately, there is another dimension, the emergence of quotation gangs similar to the supari gangs of Maharashtra. The outlook, unfortunately, looks dismal if action is not taken promptly to arrest the crime graph. Kerala is in the process of a rapid development and the need for controlling crime cannot be overstated.
(The Perils of modern ..... controlled groups in a laboratory all Ministers do the worst, as they contd. from page
stage of things it faces in its day to day life experience. This process takes a number of years of repeated learning process. The design process of performance is by suitable and sensible assessments. This way the understanding of things does develop in a child. Thus slowly child moves to understanding of interdisciplinary things those are how every day life is made of. So education in schools are to just first to equip the child to handle daily things in a fast and sensible way. That is understanding of every day rules those are found daily, that one faces, in a more intelligent way lest the child upsets the smooth life of other fellow child right from school in a group life concept of 'give and take'. That scholastically developed maturity over the years will pave the way for peaceful co-existence is the basic concept of education. This is where we are in struggle today, just because of immature implementation of untested ideas over the child education. In fact politicians unnecessarily tinker a well founded system. Testing is indeed developed by researches and experimentation on
conditions. But we fail this approach as we do not test the conditions likely to emerge if we just put things to industrial application means for large applications in all schools or very large segments. Thus we affect before we get good effects on child. That is the pity of child education today, as things have undergone metamorphic changes due to globalization mechanics. Education is a casually held child in any politicians' trembling hands. Purpose of education of a Child in any country has to be handled sensibly. We have Education departments in all universities but Education is just an orphan has no father or mother. India is no exception like any undeveloped country is. But India will not accept, as it wants to be an economic power house. Alas! it does not know sensible Education alone helps. Global connectedness and competition are inevitable; but not in by comparisons alone. Porter said Competitive strategy is also making consumer just unhappy, here parents of children. No doubt untenable comparisons distort parameters. Worst of
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think, they are Vikramadityas as they presume if they occupy the Education chair, suddenly Gynana dawned on them. Kalidasa could become Kalidasa by very hard work and practice but our politicians practice only politics of education. There cannot be one great capsule to help build child' intellect to inter disciplines of coalescing with several(s). Parents wants their children shall earn the top remuneration as if education is only to mint moneys, unfortunately not. They in turn force the child to do so many things like positive or negative narcissism. That makes the child finally become perverts or psychics. See you could have several times heard several suicides why they are not able to cope up with. What that means? They are not able to make sensible connectivity of knowledge and understanding them. Today you see even school goers too commit suicide victims. Is it education? Ponder over parents and teachers, is my humble request Sir, Madam. Education is not what you think as directing but acceptability of child's mind please, after all every child is just unique and it has unique skill in their creative abilities or skills. Leave to their choice of many alternatives or any combinations they like, just see the
NAVI MUMBAI - NEWS Flyover for Shilphata junction to ease traffic jams soon Vehicles moving in snail's pace to negotiate the killer Shilphata junction, at this back-breaking accident prone stretch, could soon be a thing of past. Shilphata, touted to be the gateway to Navi Mumbai, will soon have a flyover as per governments' recent approval to the mega project owing to congestion of vehicular traffic in the region. Once the flyover comes into effect, the spate of accidents and deaths could be reduced. Shilphata junction connects several major and arterial roads leading to Navi Mumbai, Kalyan-Dombivli-Bhiwandi, TalojaPanvel-Pune-Goa-JNPT and Thane as a busy hub of road transportation under Mumbai Metropolitan Region. The decision to construct a much-sought after flyover at Shilphata came in at a high level meeting headed by Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan in the presence of top bureaucrats and politicians. In an attempt to combat an ever increasing vehicular traffic at major junctions under Mumbai Metropolitan Region, Chavan has endorsed his nod to go for construction of five flyovers in Thane district at congested pockets including the one at Shilphata from where vehicles ply into Navi Mumbai from Taloja, Panvel, Pune, Goa, Ambernath, Kalyan, Dombivli, Mumbra and vice verse. "Shilphata and Mumbra are in dire need of flyovers as an alternative mode of road transportation to fight with the rising number of heavy vehicles plying on this patch for JNPT and Navi Mumbai industrial zone. The new flyovers will certainly cater to the demand of additional traffic flow on this busy corridor," said an official from MMRDA. Due to unprecedented traffic jam at Shilphata with the advent of monsoon, city traffic department enforced a ban on heavy vehicles from entering into the city which brought a slight relief to the regular commuters and motorists residing and working in Navi Mumbai. With the upcoming flyover many feel that the traffic problem could be resolved. The nodal agency of infrastructure development in Mumbai metro region-MMRDA (Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority) has gone on record to build this flyover at Shilphata. "In a board meeting of MMRDA it was decided to come up with five flyovers in Kalyan, Bhiwandi and Mumbra and Shilphata. Out of which three will be along the Kalyan-Bhiwandi corridor while two were awarded Mumbra and Shilphata to decongest the traffic bottle neck in this pocket which has been witnessing rapid urbanization due to expansion of MMRDA area," said Panvel MLA and MMRDA director Prashant Thakur. Shilphata has recorded heavy traffic jam due to pothole riddled narrow road and increase in the number of vehicles every passing day that fail short to withstand an additional vehicular movement in this region.This is a crucial junction which is used by over 50,000 heavy and light vehicles daily where accident seems to be imminent. Shilphata junction has become a nightmare for the local residents and motorists of unending traffic bottleneck due to rise in density of heavy vehicles as a corridor to facilitate mostly the outstation trucks. This has been a vital access road to and from JNPT as most of the heavy vehicles using this route to move out to Gujarat, Rajasthan, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and vice versa.
A good Step indeed !
The city traffic department has taken serious steps against vehicles stopping at the entrance of Pune expressway at Kalamboli junction for picking passengers. This is prohibited by the traffic department and accordingly they have put a board to that effect. A minimum penalty of Rs. 5000/- will be collected from the vehicles who violate this prohibitory order. Accordingly to DCP (Traffic) this step has been taken in order to avoid mishaps. results. Educators also make such kind of open ended education. See Indian Institute of Sciences allows any combinations of courses in its post graduate programs why? Howard Gardner, John H and Elizabeth A. Hibbs professor of Harvard Graduate School of
Education, MA, in an email interview said, 'Best educational systems in the world are the one's that make heroic efforts to provide quality education for every child (including disadvantaged child)' Finland is doing very nicely. Our Indian government Education (continued on page 4 )
Feb. 16-29, 2012
Health benefits of Karela (Bitter-Gourd) T
he health benefits of karela (bitter-gourd) are greater than those of many vegetables. Karela's bitter taste is generally attributed to the quinine
it contains. Cooked bitter gourd stimulates the appetite, cleanses the liver, purifies the blood, and provides many other benefits. Grown in the Indian subcontinent and parts of Asia, Africa, and South America, karela (aka bittermelon, kaakarakaya) is unsavory yet very nutritious and healthy. Karela comes in many different varieties and is similar in shape to a cucumber. In the Indian grocery stores in the US, you'll find the the Indian, dark green, spiky variety, while in the Asian stores, you'll find the lighter-green bittermelons that are larger with a bumpy peel. A really delicious type of karela is kantola or kakrol (aakaakarakaya). These are small, round or oval with tiny, prickly spikes, and are not bitter at all or only slightly bitter. These taste great sliced into thin chips and either stir-fried or deep-fried. Fresh kantola are a rare sight in the US but are widely available
frozen. In South India, karela and kantola, are soaked overnight in brine or buttermilk and sundried, and then deep-fried as needed, and like pappadums, served as crunchy accompaniments or added to soups and stews. These vadiyams or vadams are available in Indian grocery stores. Karela and Health Quick Facts In Indian medicine, such as ayurveda, bitter-gourd juice (from the gourd or leaves) has long been used as a remedy for diabetes and liver problems. Karela juice is also used to treat skin problems like psoriasis, and is generally good for skin health as it purifies blood. Ayurvedic doctors also prescribe bitter-gourd juice for digestive problems and to boost immunity. A glass of karela juice with a dash of lemon, taken on an empty tummy, is supposed to improve general health as well as skin health. Karela contains a chemical called charantin which reduces high blood glucose levels, and hence the best home remedy for diabetes (as a curry or juice). Pregnant women are advised to avoid this vegetable as it can cause miscarriages. Along with fiber, karela contains several vitamins, minerals, and trace elements like vitamin C, iron, zinc, potassium, calcium, and phosphorus. Like most vegetables, karela is low in calories, and as such great for weight-loss. Studies show that bitter-gourd extract can help prevent breast cancer. It make sense to include Karela in your diet as it offers so many health benefits.
Fire in Central Warehousing Corporation
Central warehousing Corporation (CWC) went on flames on Wednesday. Four Men including two CWC workers were admitted to Municipal Hospital in Vashi, due to throat irritation. The fire brigade put a general alert in the local area. The fire was finally brought under control by afternoon. The gas leak occurred as there were chemicals stored inside the warehouse. The fire brigade is finding the cause of fire. - Vashi Correspondent
Reported Health Benefits of Papaya a) Papaya contains the digestive enzyme papain and therefore valuable for aiding digestion. b)The unique protein-digesting enzymes; papain and chymopapain have been shown to help lower inflammation and to improve healing from burns in addition to helping in digestion of proteins. The antioxidant nutrients found in papaya, including vitamin C, vitamin E, and beta-carotene, are also very good at reducing inflammation. c) The ripe fruit is easily digestible and prevents constipation. d) Case studies indicate that this food taken alone for two or three days has a highly beneficial tonic effect upon the stomach and intestines. e) The juice of the papaya aids
toxins in the colon and keep them away from the healthy colon cells. In addition, papaya's folate, vitamin C, beta-carotene, and vitamin E have each been associated with a reduced risk of colon cancer. g) Prevents nausea (includes morning sickness and motion sickness) h) The seeds are antihelmintic, for expelling worms and they are given with honey. Chew and swallow two teaspoonfuls of seeds after each principal meal (three times a day).
i) Papayas may be very helpful for the prevention of atherosclerosis and diabetic heart disease. Papayas are an excellent source of vitamin C as well as a good source of vitamin E and vitamin A (through their concentration of pro-vitamin A carotenoid phytonutrients), three very powerful antioxidants. j) Papayas are also a good source of fiber, which has been shown to lower high cholesterol levels.
Property Exhibition by BANM - Our Vashi Correspondent The 12th annual property exhibition of BANM was held between Feb 10 to 13 on Vashi-Sanpada, off Palm Beach Road. More than 100 members including financial institutions participated in the above exhibition. Members of BANM offered flats ranging for 300 sq.ft to 10,000 sq.ft and the price ranges from Rs.12 lakh onwards. BANM is the apex body of real estate developers across Navi Mumbai and accredited to CREDAI with MC Sunny as the President, Bachubhai Patel as Senior Vice President.
in relieving infections of the colon and has a tendency to break down pus and mucus reached by the juice. f) May help prevent cancer in organs and glands with epithelial tissue (ripe papaya). Papaya's fiber is able to bind to cancer-causing (Contd. from page
directors need to visit and grasp how they do in Finland. Governments need to concentrate on child education more than higher education, after all foundation education if great why you should bother about higher education! NOTE: Late P. V. Narasimha Rao, in one of his casual talks, many years later expressed in a grieving tone about 'education at cross roads', after he was ousted by the powers 'be' in the congress party from prime minister office while he was writing his book Anand. In fact he had his own misgivings as he first did not agree to become Prime Minister.
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