• “One’s elder brother, father and the teacher who gives knowledge – all these three, treading the path of dharma, are to be considered as one’s father.”
    “One’s elder brother, father and the teacher who gives knowledge – all these three, treading the path of dharma, are to be considered as one’s father.”
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  • Second batch of Japanese vaccine arrives

    More than 208,000 doses of AstraZeneca vaccines provided by the Government of Japan arrived in Kathmandu today.The vaccines being provided to Nepal is part of the promised 1, 614,740 doses by Japan in grant assistance under the COVAX facility, a global initiative backed by the UN for equitable distribution of vaccines throughout the world. According to the Ministry of Health and Population, the vaccines which arrived via Qatar Airways have been safely stored after a handing over ceremony at Tribhuvan International Airport.In a twitter post, the Japanese Embassy here confirmed the arrival of the second batch of Japanese-made AstraZeneca vaccines. Earlier, nearly 850,000 doses of vaccines had arrived in the country. The remaining doses of vaccines will arrive in the country in the next few days, as per the ministry.The AstraZeneca vaccines dispatched in the first phase are being provided to elderly people above 65 years who are awaiting the second dose of the same vaccine. Earlier, they were inoculated with the same vaccine produced and sold by India.However, after India failed to send the second dose of vaccines, hundreds of thousands of elderly had been eagerly waiting to be inoculated.The second batch of the vaccine that arrived today will be provided to the citizens of Province 1 and Province 2, said the ministry.The government has claimed that more than 480,000 people have been inoculated after formation of the new government led by Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba, while the former government led by KP Sharma Oli had inoculated around 360,000 Nepalis. As of today, more than 3.83 million have taken the complete doses of vaccine, while 4.93 million Nepalis have been inoculated with the first dose.The vaccination drive has been accelerated lately as the government has started inoculating people above 40 years, students of grades XI and XII along with university level students. People from various business backgrounds are also being inoculated.Meanwhile, of the six million doses of the China-made VeroCell vaccine, over 1.6 million doses have arrived in Kathmandu in the past few days. The government has expressed confidence that it will be able to inoculate all the Nepali citizens.
    Second batch of Japanese vaccine arrives More than 208,000 doses of AstraZeneca vaccines provided by the Government of Japan arrived in Kathmandu today.The vaccines being provided to Nepal is part of the promised 1, 614,740 doses by Japan in grant assistance under the COVAX facility, a global initiative backed by the UN for equitable distribution of vaccines throughout the world. According to the Ministry of Health and Population, the vaccines which arrived via Qatar Airways have been safely stored after a handing over ceremony at Tribhuvan International Airport.In a twitter post, the Japanese Embassy here confirmed the arrival of the second batch of Japanese-made AstraZeneca vaccines. Earlier, nearly 850,000 doses of vaccines had arrived in the country. The remaining doses of vaccines will arrive in the country in the next few days, as per the ministry.The AstraZeneca vaccines dispatched in the first phase are being provided to elderly people above 65 years who are awaiting the second dose of the same vaccine. Earlier, they were inoculated with the same vaccine produced and sold by India.However, after India failed to send the second dose of vaccines, hundreds of thousands of elderly had been eagerly waiting to be inoculated.The second batch of the vaccine that arrived today will be provided to the citizens of Province 1 and Province 2, said the ministry.The government has claimed that more than 480,000 people have been inoculated after formation of the new government led by Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba, while the former government led by KP Sharma Oli had inoculated around 360,000 Nepalis. As of today, more than 3.83 million have taken the complete doses of vaccine, while 4.93 million Nepalis have been inoculated with the first dose.The vaccination drive has been accelerated lately as the government has started inoculating people above 40 years, students of grades XI and XII along with university level students. People from various business backgrounds are also being inoculated.Meanwhile, of the six million doses of the China-made VeroCell vaccine, over 1.6 million doses have arrived in Kathmandu in the past few days. The government has expressed confidence that it will be able to inoculate all the Nepali citizens.
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  • Jesse Lingard is being lined up as a replacement for Leicester City's James Maddison as Arsenal continue to pursuit of the English midfielder.
    Jesse Lingard is being lined up as a replacement for Leicester City's James Maddison as Arsenal continue to pursuit of the English midfielder.
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  • Manchester United target Eduardo Camavinga eyes PSG move instead.

    It has been reported that the Rennes star has a preference to move to the French giants, PSG rather than a move to England.

    The 18-year-old who has the ability to play as a defensive midfielder and a central midfielder is keen to sign for PSG who recently just made the big transfer for Lionel Messi.

    However, it is reported that Camavinga's agents would prefer a move to Old Trafford.
    Manchester United target Eduardo Camavinga eyes PSG move instead. It has been reported that the Rennes star has a preference to move to the French giants, PSG rather than a move to England. The 18-year-old who has the ability to play as a defensive midfielder and a central midfielder is keen to sign for PSG who recently just made the big transfer for Lionel Messi. However, it is reported that Camavinga's agents would prefer a move to Old Trafford.
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  • When Corporations and Demons are making decisions and destroying Mother Earth
    “Mother Earth is not a resource, she is an heirloom.”
    —David Ipina, Yurok
    When all the trees have been cut down,
    when all the animals have been hunted,
    when all the waters are polluted,
    when all the air is unsafe to breathe,
    only then will you discover you cannot eat money.
    —Cree Prophecy
    In our every deliberation, we must consider the impact of our decisions on the next seven generations.
    —Iroquois maxim
    “The environment is everybody. It’s not strictly tribal.”
    —Jesse Urbanic, Lummi
    Treat the earth well: it was not given to you by your parents, it was loaned to you by your children. We do not inherit the Earth from our Ancestors, we borrow it from our Children.
    —Ancient Indian Proverb
    Together we can end the holocaust against the environment.
    —Haida Gwaiil Traditional Circle of Elders
    “Everybody is so distracted by things for the self. They don’t care about their relatives anymore. The SUV shows how we feel about the environment. To turn this around, we need to go back to the earth and live with the earth spiritually.”
    —Floyd Red Crow Westerman
    “We all need the same things: clean air and clean water. We have a lot of work to do, but if we can combine our strengths, we can fight for what’s right.”
    —Jake Edwards, Onondaga
    “I’m interested in doing conservation work because like the word says I want to conserve the environment around me. And I know that it starts with me—that if I don’t help no one else will either.”
    —Teanna Andrews, SCA Urban Youth Corps member
    “The Great Spirit is in all things. He is in the air we breathe. The Great Spirit is our Father, ..
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    Keystone pipeline reopens after 1.4 million-litre spill in North Dakota
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    When Corporations and Demons are making decisions and destroying Mother Earth “Mother Earth is not a resource, she is an heirloom.” —David Ipina, Yurok When all the trees have been cut down, when all the animals have been hunted, when all the waters are polluted, when all the air is unsafe to breathe, only then will you discover you cannot eat money. —Cree Prophecy In our every deliberation, we must consider the impact of our decisions on the next seven generations. —Iroquois maxim “The environment is everybody. It’s not strictly tribal.” —Jesse Urbanic, Lummi Treat the earth well: it was not given to you by your parents, it was loaned to you by your children. We do not inherit the Earth from our Ancestors, we borrow it from our Children. —Ancient Indian Proverb Together we can end the holocaust against the environment. —Haida Gwaiil Traditional Circle of Elders “Everybody is so distracted by things for the self. They don’t care about their relatives anymore. The SUV shows how we feel about the environment. To turn this around, we need to go back to the earth and live with the earth spiritually.” —Floyd Red Crow Westerman “We all need the same things: clean air and clean water. We have a lot of work to do, but if we can combine our strengths, we can fight for what’s right.” —Jake Edwards, Onondaga “I’m interested in doing conservation work because like the word says I want to conserve the environment around me. And I know that it starts with me—that if I don’t help no one else will either.” —Teanna Andrews, SCA Urban Youth Corps member “The Great Spirit is in all things. He is in the air we breathe. The Great Spirit is our Father, .. Calgary Keystone pipeline reopens after 1.4 million-litre spill in North Dakota Social Sharing Calgary-based TC Energy still investigating cause of leak like a rapist investigation rape victim’s case https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/keystone-reopens-1.5355023?fbclid=IwAR0BFFo9WJVKPkaY7Wd0vMpRn-lcN8ltM4fiyiJ5-Nqr40pufIhhsC7n_EY
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    Keystone pipeline reopens after 1.4 million-litre spill in North Dakota | CBC News
    The Keystone pipeline resumed moving crude oil Sunday after 1.4 million litres of oil were spilled in North Dakota in late October.
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  • I’m old school. I believe in having good manners, respecting my elders and helping others when I can.
    I’m old school. I believe in having good manners, respecting my elders and helping others when I can.
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  • Spring New Style shoes for Elderly very easy comfortable!!
    Product Code: 651495
    Color: Red,Blue.
    Size: 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43
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    Spring New Style shoes for Elderly very easy comfortable!! Product Code: 651495 Color: Red,Blue. Size: 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43 NOTES; As different computers display colors differently,the color of the actual item may vary slightly from the above images,please kindly understand . THANK YOU !! 🛍NOW☝️👉 www.snbshopping.com
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  • although his proto-calculus lacked several defining features.[47] Pliny the Elder was a Roman writer and polymath, who wrote the seminal encyclopedia Natural History,[48][49][50] dealing with history, geography,
    although his proto-calculus lacked several defining features.[47] Pliny the Elder was a Roman writer and polymath, who wrote the seminal encyclopedia Natural History,[48][49][50] dealing with history, geography,
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  • During Dashain, men and women in their fineries visit their elders to seek tika (a dab of red vermilion mixed with yogurt and rice) accompanied by blessings. Sword precessions (Paayaa) are also held in various part of the Kathmandu Valley.
    During Dashain, men and women in their fineries visit their elders to seek tika (a dab of red vermilion mixed with yogurt and rice) accompanied by blessings. Sword precessions (Paayaa) are also held in various part of the Kathmandu Valley.
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  • . People with reduced immunity to infection, who are looked after at home, make up an increasing proportion of the population (currently up to 20%).[6] The largest proportion are the elderly who have co-morbidities, which reduce their immunity to infection
    . People with reduced immunity to infection, who are looked after at home, make up an increasing proportion of the population (currently up to 20%).[6] The largest proportion are the elderly who have co-morbidities, which reduce their immunity to infection
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  • Social democracy, which emerged in the late 19th century, advocates universal access to education, health care, workers’ compensation, and other services such as child care and care for the elderly. Unlike others on the left, such as Marxists, who sought to challenge the capitalist system more fundamentally, social democrats aimed to reform capitalism with state regulation.
    Social democracy, which emerged in the late 19th century, advocates universal access to education, health care, workers’ compensation, and other services such as child care and care for the elderly. Unlike others on the left, such as Marxists, who sought to challenge the capitalist system more fundamentally, social democrats aimed to reform capitalism with state regulation.
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  • On this page:
    Symptoms of diarrhoea
    Diarrhoea can be dangerous for babies and young children
    Causes of acute diarrhoea
    Causes of chronic diarrhoea
    Diagnosis of diarrhoea
    Treatment for diarrhoea
    Risk of spreading infection
    Dietary adjustments may help diarrhoea
    Where to get help
    Things to remember
    Food nutrients are absorbed in the small intestine. The waste is pushed into the large intestine (bowel) where water is removed. The resulting faeces is stored temporarily within the******* then passed out of the body through the*****. Faeces are usually firm, moist and easy to pass. Diarrhoea is the frequent passing of loose, watery and unformed faeces.

    Acute diarrhoea is the sudden onset of three or more loose stools per day, lasting less than 14 days. The most common cause of acute diarrhoea is an infection of the intestines, such as gastroenteritis or food poisoning. Viruses are responsible for most cases. The intestinal lining becomes irritated and inflamed, which hinders the absorption of water from food waste. In severe cases, the intestinal lining may even leak water.

    Generally, acute diarrhoea resolves after a day or two. Chronic diarrhoea, which lasts four weeks or more, can be caused by a range of conditions that affect the intestines, including inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).
    Symptoms of diarrhoea
    The symptoms associated with diarrhoea include:
    abdominal cramps
    abdominal pains
    urgency to go to the toilet
    frequent passing of loose, watery faeces
    nausea
    vomiting.
    Serious symptoms of diarrhoea
    In most cases, acute diarrhoea is self-limiting and will resolve by itself within a day or two.
    However, contact your doctor immediately if you experience serious symptoms including:
    blood in the faeces
    pus in the faeces
    painful passage of faeces
    repeated vomiting
    inability to increase fluid intake
    reduced or absent urination
    fever (temperature greater than 38 ºc).
    If you have a serious chronic medical condition, such as kidney or heart failure, even one day of diarrhoea can be dangerous. It’s safer to see your doctor as soon as possible.
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    Diarrhoea can be dangerous for babies and young children
    Acute diarrhoea can be life threatening to babies and young children. This is because their smaller bodies are more vulnerable to dehydration. If your baby or young child develops diarrhoea, seek medical attention straight away.
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    Causes of acute diarrhoea
    A bout of diarrhoea can be caused by a wide range of disorders, infections and events including:
    food poisoning
    gastroenteritis
    tropical diseases, such as typhoid and cholera
    anxiety or emotional stress
    overconsumption of alcohol
    medications, particularly antibiotics.
    Common infectious agents
    Contaminated food and water are common causes of acute diarrhoea. Some of the infectious agents known to cause diarrhoea include:
    viruses – such as calici virus, adenovirus and rotavirus
    bacteria – such as E. coli, Campylobacter, V. cholerae, Shigella, Salmonella and Staphylococcus aureus
    parasites – such as Giardia lamblia, Cryptosporidium parvum and tapeworm.
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    Causes of chronic diarrhoea
    Some of the causes of chronic diarrhoea include:
    coeliac disease – which reduces the intestine’s ability to absorb food
    chronic constipation – the bowel is blocked by hard, impacted faeces, but some liquids manage to seep past the blockage. this condition, called ‘spurious’ or ‘overflow’ diarrhoea, is more common in the elderly
    hormone disorders – such as diabetes or hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid gland)
    cancer – such as bowel cancer
    inflammatory bowel disease – including ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease
    irritable bowel syndrome – symptoms include abdominal pain, bloating, and alternating constipation and diarrhoea
    lactose intolerance – the inability to digest the milk sugar lactose
    medications – including antibiotics, antacids that contain magnesium, laxatives, and drugs for treating hypertension (high blood pressure) and arthritis.
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    Diagnosis of diarrhoea
    Successful treatment depends on diagnosing the cause. Investigations may include:
    medical history
    physical examination
    blood tests
    laboratory analysis of stool sample
    colonoscopy (the insertion of a slender instrument into the***** so that the doctor can look at the bowel lining).
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    Treatment for diarrhoea
    Always see your doctor if you experience serious symptoms. Babies and young children with diarrhoea need prompt medical attention.
    Treatment for diarrhoea depends on the cause, but may include:
    plenty of fluids to prevent dehydration
    oral rehydration drinks to replace lost salts and minerals. These drinks are available from pharmacies. An alternative is one part unsweetened pure fruit juice diluted with four parts of water
    intravenous replacement of fluids in severe cases
    medications such as antibiotics and anti-nausea drugs
    anti-diarrhoeal medications, but only on the advice of your doctor. If your diarrhoea is caused by infection, anti-diarrhoeal drugs may keep the infection inside your body for longer
    treatment for any underlying condition, such as inflammatory bowel disease.
    On this page: Symptoms of diarrhoea Diarrhoea can be dangerous for babies and young children Causes of acute diarrhoea Causes of chronic diarrhoea Diagnosis of diarrhoea Treatment for diarrhoea Risk of spreading infection Dietary adjustments may help diarrhoea Where to get help Things to remember Food nutrients are absorbed in the small intestine. The waste is pushed into the large intestine (bowel) where water is removed. The resulting faeces is stored temporarily within the rectum then passed out of the body through the anus. Faeces are usually firm, moist and easy to pass. Diarrhoea is the frequent passing of loose, watery and unformed faeces. Acute diarrhoea is the sudden onset of three or more loose stools per day, lasting less than 14 days. The most common cause of acute diarrhoea is an infection of the intestines, such as gastroenteritis or food poisoning. Viruses are responsible for most cases. The intestinal lining becomes irritated and inflamed, which hinders the absorption of water from food waste. In severe cases, the intestinal lining may even leak water. Generally, acute diarrhoea resolves after a day or two. Chronic diarrhoea, which lasts four weeks or more, can be caused by a range of conditions that affect the intestines, including inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Symptoms of diarrhoea The symptoms associated with diarrhoea include: abdominal cramps abdominal pains urgency to go to the toilet frequent passing of loose, watery faeces nausea vomiting. Serious symptoms of diarrhoea In most cases, acute diarrhoea is self-limiting and will resolve by itself within a day or two. However, contact your doctor immediately if you experience serious symptoms including: blood in the faeces pus in the faeces painful passage of faeces repeated vomiting inability to increase fluid intake reduced or absent urination fever (temperature greater than 38 ºc). If you have a serious chronic medical condition, such as kidney or heart failure, even one day of diarrhoea can be dangerous. It’s safer to see your doctor as soon as possible. Back to top Diarrhoea can be dangerous for babies and young children Acute diarrhoea can be life threatening to babies and young children. This is because their smaller bodies are more vulnerable to dehydration. If your baby or young child develops diarrhoea, seek medical attention straight away. Back to top Causes of acute diarrhoea A bout of diarrhoea can be caused by a wide range of disorders, infections and events including: food poisoning gastroenteritis tropical diseases, such as typhoid and cholera anxiety or emotional stress overconsumption of alcohol medications, particularly antibiotics. Common infectious agents Contaminated food and water are common causes of acute diarrhoea. Some of the infectious agents known to cause diarrhoea include: viruses – such as calici virus, adenovirus and rotavirus bacteria – such as E. coli, Campylobacter, V. cholerae, Shigella, Salmonella and Staphylococcus aureus parasites – such as Giardia lamblia, Cryptosporidium parvum and tapeworm. Back to top Causes of chronic diarrhoea Some of the causes of chronic diarrhoea include: coeliac disease – which reduces the intestine’s ability to absorb food chronic constipation – the bowel is blocked by hard, impacted faeces, but some liquids manage to seep past the blockage. this condition, called ‘spurious’ or ‘overflow’ diarrhoea, is more common in the elderly hormone disorders – such as diabetes or hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid gland) cancer – such as bowel cancer inflammatory bowel disease – including ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease irritable bowel syndrome – symptoms include abdominal pain, bloating, and alternating constipation and diarrhoea lactose intolerance – the inability to digest the milk sugar lactose medications – including antibiotics, antacids that contain magnesium, laxatives, and drugs for treating hypertension (high blood pressure) and arthritis. Back to top Diagnosis of diarrhoea Successful treatment depends on diagnosing the cause. Investigations may include: medical history physical examination blood tests laboratory analysis of stool sample colonoscopy (the insertion of a slender instrument into the anus so that the doctor can look at the bowel lining). Back to top Treatment for diarrhoea Always see your doctor if you experience serious symptoms. Babies and young children with diarrhoea need prompt medical attention. Treatment for diarrhoea depends on the cause, but may include: plenty of fluids to prevent dehydration oral rehydration drinks to replace lost salts and minerals. These drinks are available from pharmacies. An alternative is one part unsweetened pure fruit juice diluted with four parts of water intravenous replacement of fluids in severe cases medications such as antibiotics and anti-nausea drugs anti-diarrhoeal medications, but only on the advice of your doctor. If your diarrhoea is caused by infection, anti-diarrhoeal drugs may keep the infection inside your body for longer treatment for any underlying condition, such as inflammatory bowel disease.
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  • The tenth day is the Dashami: On this day we take tika and jamara from our elders and receive their blessing. We visit our elders in their home and get tika from them while our younger ones come to our home to receive blessing from us. The importance of Dasain also lies in the fact that on this day family members from far off and distant relatives come for a visit as well as to receive tika from the head of the family. This function continues for four days. After four days of rushing around and meeting your relatives Dashain ends on the full moon day, the fifteenth day. In the last day people stay at home and rest. The full moon day is also called 'Kojagrata' meaning 'who is awake'. The Hindu goddess of wealth Laxmi is worshipped. On this day the goddess Laxmi is given an invitation to visit each and everyone.

    The tenth day is the Dashami: On this day we take tika and jamara from our elders and receive their blessing. We visit our elders in their home and get tika from them while our younger ones come to our home to receive blessing from us. The importance of Dasain also lies in the fact that on this day family members from far off and distant relatives come for a visit as well as to receive tika from the head of the family. This function continues for four days. After four days of rushing around and meeting your relatives Dashain ends on the full moon day, the fifteenth day. In the last day people stay at home and rest. The full moon day is also called 'Kojagrata' meaning 'who is awake'. The Hindu goddess of wealth Laxmi is worshipped. On this day the goddess Laxmi is given an invitation to visit each and everyone.
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  • The room where the kalash is established is called 'Dashain Ghar'. Generally women are not allowed to enter the room where Dashain puja is being carried out. A priest or a household man worships the kalash everyday once in the morning and then in the evening. The kalash and the sand are sprinkled with holy water everyday and it is shielded from direct sunlight. By the tenth day, the seed will have grown to five or six inches long yellow grass. The sacred yellow grass is called 'Jamara'. It is bestowed by the elders atop the heads of those younger to them during the last five days when tika is put on. The jamara is taken as a token of Goddess Durga as well as the elders blessing.
    The room where the kalash is established is called 'Dashain Ghar'. Generally women are not allowed to enter the room where Dashain puja is being carried out. A priest or a household man worships the kalash everyday once in the morning and then in the evening. The kalash and the sand are sprinkled with holy water everyday and it is shielded from direct sunlight. By the tenth day, the seed will have grown to five or six inches long yellow grass. The sacred yellow grass is called 'Jamara'. It is bestowed by the elders atop the heads of those younger to them during the last five days when tika is put on. The jamara is taken as a token of Goddess Durga as well as the elders blessing.
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  • Love Junior and respect to elders
    Love Junior and respect to elders
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