Archive for August, 2017

Anisha Sharma
Anisha Sharma
Anisha Sharma

Location 1: MIHAN – Multi-modal International Cargo Hub at Nagpur Location 2: Dr. Anjali and Dr. Purabi Edbor’s Home: A home done tastefully with aesthetic interiors. It has artistic touch of statement art pieces and brings the ideology of the owner to life with the presence of simple yet elegant upholstery. Model: Purabi Edbor Location : Step Inn Restaurant, Law College Square, Nagpur: Back in mid 90’s, when ours was a little sleepy city, we introduced Nagpur to ‘al fresco dinner’. With a delectable variety of multi-cuisine  delights, we have carved a place in the hearts and palates of the people of Nagpur. Our pride is a handpicked compilation of recipes, inspired from Mom’s traditional cook book to tempered variations Read more

Editorial, August’17

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Hello readers and TMians, How are you all? Did you enjoy the post summer with down pour of rainfall? We hope you have good time this summer and looking forward to the next season as soon as the rainy season ends. The day of liberation 15th august 1947, India regained its sovereignty, after a tremendous efforts and sacrifices. We have read history of that period and heard of many stories of misery through which the country came across to attain this day, and the national flag of our country was proudly raised. Today the people of our country have the different opinion of this day, and many among us don’t believe that we are actually independent, but our country is. Read more

Can heaven be somewhere else?

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It was the summer of 2012, in the burning city of Kanpur, when my father decided to plan a trip to somewhere cooler. The voting began, and in the end, all of us had our fingers fixed on a place, a place with the most beautiful beaches on Earth, Andaman and Nicobar islands. I was extremely excited for the trip. It was a week’s trip to almost all the islands of Port Blair. So finally it began, the journey to the Heaven on Earth.   Cellular Jail-We started off with the Cellular Jail, popularly known as Kala Paani. A place, that bears a history of a lot of pain; screams and shrieks. You feel as if you can still hear Read more

Hazard in the Air

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When it comes to smoking bidi and hookah, the name ‘India’ is not very far behind. India is ranked first in COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease deaths. Smoking has always been a problem and it’s after effects have often very easily been neglected. India with about 2.65 million patients followed by China with 2.57 million and Japan with 2.12 COPD patients, stands at top of the charts as detected in a survey which has created chaos amongst people. Within India, Assam is all set to break the record in the percentage of COPD. Dr. Basanta Hazarika, Associate Professor, pulmonary medicine, Gauhati Medical College, gives the readers some information about COPD and the causes behind it. “COPD or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Read more