Month: July 2017

Blood Donation in India | Why should we Donate Blood | List of Blood Donation Organisations in India

Blood is the most valuable gift of life that anyone can give to another person. One’s decision to donate blood can save the life of many peoples by separating into its components such as red cells, platelets, and plasma. These components can be used individually for patients with specific conditions. There will be a constant need of blood for regular supply because blood can be stored for only a limited period before use. Blood Donation occurs when a person voluntarily has their blood drawn. We should ensure that availability of safe blood from the healthy person will be sufficient whenever it needed....

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God of Wind | Existence And History Around The World

God of Wind arrived between the natural divinities in the Mycenaean Greece. A Priestess of the Winds from Mycenaean Knossos written in Linear Script B. Such function in the Knossos palace is providing us proof that the cult of the winds was an essential one and that its deities persisted there. Hesiod mentioned only three such as God of Wind by their names; they are Boreas who is the north wind, Zephyrus, the west wind, while Eurus is the east or southeast wind, he also used the surname Argestus who is the bearer of brightness. South wind called by the Greeks Notus...

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Dengue Fever Warning | Disease Outbreak Control Division Warned People to be Safe This Year

Doctors in the Indian state of Kerala warned people to be safe this year from dengue fever. They said that Dengue Fever from mosquito-borne chikungunya virus had killed 86 people last year. According to the public health officials in the state, nearly 14,600 people have been infected in the same period, which is popular with British tourists and travelers. And also according to NHS direct, some patients have been forced to lie in hospital corridors as they await treatment for the mosquito-borne viral infection which causes a severe flu-like illness. The chief medical officer of Alappuzha, K Velaudhan told that “Most...

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God of Forest | In Roman Mythology

Silvanus was a Roman protective deity of woods and fields. As protector of forests named Sylvestris Deus, he notably presided over farms and delighted in trees growing wild. He also represented as a God of Forest watching over the fields and husbandmen, protecting, in particular, the boundaries of areas. Likewise named Etruscan deity Selvans may be a borrowing of Silvanus, or not even related in origin. Silvanus is described as the god protecting the flocks of cattle, warding off wolves, and raising their fertility. Worship of Silvanus The sacrifices allowed to Silvanus consisted of grapes, ears of grain, milk, meat, wine,...

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Small Grocers Join Hands with Wholesale Majors | Transition from Unorganised Trade

In India, the last November’s money demonetization had choked the cash-based unorganized retail trade, and now, the Goods and Services Tax (GST) had rewired the retail eco system in other ways. This GST impact leads the small grocers to join with wholesale majors by shifting away from the unorganized trade. So the small grocers are hurrying to buy daily essentials from the big box format, a trend that companies expect to continue with wholesale traders in the long term. Sanjiv Mehta, managing director at Hindustan UnileverBSE 0.74 % told investors that, “There would be some level of channel reset in which...

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