When you reached the age when walking become a discomfort or fear of doing activities you enjoyed in your younger years, a walking mobility aid may help you overcome your difficulties.
Walkers are essential equipment for the elderly and other people with mobility problems such as individuals recovering from injury or with disabilities. However, many people are not aware that there are different types of walkers for elderly on the market today.
जब महात्मा गांधी से देश की राजनीति में मची गंध के बारे में पूछा गया तो वो भावुक हो गए.देश में फैले तमाम मुद्दों पर बोलने लगे.उनका साक्षात्कार कर रहे पत्रकार के लिए सब कुछ समेटना मुश्किल था और पत्रकार भी आज के दौर का था तो उसने सीधा सवाल किया की- आज की धर्म और जाति की राजनीति में आप खुद को किस तरह से देखते हैं ?
जवाब सुनकर लगा की आज भी उनमें पुरानी धौंस है.नीचे उनका जवाब पढ़िए और देखिए उन्होंने अपनी एक उपलब्धि बताई है.
गांधी की उपलब्धि:
Former president, Pranab Mukherjee said in his autobiography that though he wanted to be the union finance minister in 2004 in the UPA-I government, he did not take it, as he had differences in economic philosophy with Manmohan Singh. Yet, five years later, in the UPA-II government, he took the finance ministry. Then he made a mess of it.
कर्नाटक में जिस तरह का राजनैतिक घमासान चल रहा है उसके बारे में शायद ही किसी ने कल्पना की हो। सत्ता पाने के लिए जो संघर्ष चल रहा है वो किसी भी तरह से भारतीय जनतंत्र को मजबूत नहीं करता। येद्दुरप्पा के शपथ ग्रहण के ठीक पहले जिस तरह से रात में नाटकीय तरह से उच्चतम न्यायलय में सुनवाई हुई, क्या उसी तरह से किसी आम इंसान के लिए न्यायलय के दरवाजे खुलेंगे। जिस देश में एक आम आदमी को न्याय पाने के लिए अपनी पूरी उम्र वकील और अदालतों के चक्कर लगाने पड़ते हो उसी देश में जज रात २ बजे इस बात के सुनवाई करते है की शपथ ग्रहण पर रोक लगायी जाये या नहीं वो भी तब जब की उसकी एक संवैधानिक व्यवस्था है। अगर येद्दुरप्पा
London, April 30, One of Britain's most senior cabinet ministers has resigned after growing pressure over her handling of targets to deport illegal immigrants. The resignation of Home Secretary Amber Rudd came after documents leaked in the British press showed that she set a target to increase the number of deportations by 10 per cent, despite her denials.
Any undergraduate student of economics would vouch for the fact that an economy in a recession requires a fiscal stimulus package (or more government spending and lower taxes). Such a stimulus can only be managed if the economy constrains its fiscal spending in times of growth. Restraint on spending in good times would allow the creation of a buffer for a strong fiscal policy response in the event of a downturn. This Keynesian prescription of counter-cyclical fiscal policy is expected to stabilise output of an economy over business cycle dynamics.
Mumbai, April 24, About 90 per cent of child rape cases were pending trial in India in 2016, no more than 28 per cent of such cases ended in conviction, and there is a 20-year backlog in bringing cases to trial, the latest available national crime data show.
These data indicate the government move to prioritise a change to legislation that allows courts to grant the death penalty to rapists of children younger than 12 will not bring quicker or better justice because there is no plan to address conviction failures and court delays.
All economies want to produce more within national borders. This urge arises from the popular belief that manufacturing is a good source of jobs for low-skilled workers. President Donald Trump's fixation with bringing back jobs to American factory floors by any means necessary is merely an extension of the same age-old fetish for manufacturing.
It's April and a time to celebrate for millions of young Indians who have just finished their school-leaving class XII examinations. The days that follow help them unwind after months of exam preparation. The celebrations, however, are short-lived. The next many weeks and months are consumed preparing for admission tests for entry into a wide variety of disciplines.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi set out an ambitious agenda when he announced his administration's Make in India programme in September 2014. The centerpiece of that programme is the National Manufacturing Policy, the purpose of which is to make India a global manufacturing hub. Its intent is to increase manufacturing's share of the country's GDP from 16 per cent to 25 per cent by 2022 and to create 100 million additional jobs by that year.
The 180 km-long march of Maharashtra's farmers from Nashik to Mumbai that swelled to about 40,000 in number by the time it reached the state capital is a potent reminder of the burgeoning problem of agrarian distress in India. It is also indicative of how this segment of the Indian population -- which comprises about 60 percent of the total -- has found itself repeatedly short-changed in the country's developmental process.
India is now into the fifth year of its unique experiment of legally binding companies to be socially responsible. This push by the government to solve the country's most challenging social problems was based on the idea that the corporate sector will come up with transformative solutions that will scale up impact across the country. As the development goals of the country are immense and everyone recognises that the challenges can only be overcome with the effort of every stakeholder in the ecosystem, many scholars viewed it as the right move by the government.