Author: Karishma Dewri

Top 10 Indian Scientists And Their Inventions

Science is an inevitable part of life. India as a developing country has a vast history of science and technology. From Kautilya’s Arthashastra to Aryabhata’s concept of numbers, the Vedic slokas have mentioned many such references to the great Indian scientists. So, TM has enlisted 10 such outstanding scientists and their contributions to science and technology and also in the development of the nation: Jagadish Chandra Bose: Bose is considered as the first Indian modern scientist, a recognition received from the Royal Institution, London. He was born in Bikrampur, Bengal Presidency, British India (now Munshiganj District, Bangladesh) on 30...

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Top 11 Iconic Music Bands in India

“Music is the strongest form of magic”, quoted by the renowned American Singer, Marilyn Manson. The quote strongly describes the scenario of Indian music as the band that is mentioned below has changed the defination of music at large. TM brings to you 11 Indian bands that literally has created a mark in the ocean of music. Indus Creed: Indus Creed certainly is the most loved and idolised band that have sowed the seed of contemporary rock music in India and breeding a special place in the hearts of music lovers. Their acheivements include Best Band at the Jack Daniel’s...

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Hazard in the Air

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,...

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