The Travel Channel has consistently been adding to its lineup of interesting programming in the genres that are often described as disturbing, yet addictive to viewers. The shows range from paranormal to the best places to eat and find adventure. One of the network;s latest new shows is titled ;Famously Afraid.; What makes this series so interesting is that it gives celebrities a chance to tell about times in their lives when they were the most afraid or scared in a situation. This is a brand new television series for 2019 so there are a lot of people who haven;t even heard of it yet, so here are 10 things you didn;t know about ;Famously Afraid; that might help you decide if it;s a new series for you. "Famously Afraid " made its premiere on Tuesday, November 5, 2019, at 10 pm on the Travel Channel. It ''s the network ''s newest series to creep you out and make your skin crawl. Each episode features popular celebrities sharing paranormal encounters that they have had in their personal lives. The new show is going to be a regular weekly series and this was the event that kicked off the first season for the show. If you missed it, you can still stream the episode from a variety of different sources so you 're caught up and ready for the next round.
World diabetes day is observed on every 14 November. This day promotes the importance of taking necessary steps to control diabetes as a critical health issue. Every year, the World Diabetes Day campaign focuses on a dedicated theme. The theme for World Diabetes Day 2019 is Family and Diabetes. This theme strives to raise awareness of the impact that diabetes has on the family. It promotes the role of the family in management, prevention, care and creating awareness about diabetes. Diabetes is affecting a huge population today. There is an urgent need to take necessary prevention steps to control diabetes and complications related to it. Your diet can have a huge impact on your blood sugar levels. There are some foods which can help you control blood sugar level naturally. Here are some superfoods which every diabetes patient can add to their diet.
The man, who chose to remain anonymous, received a donated penis, scrotum and part of an abdominal wall during a 14 hour surgery in April 2018.The progress report came Thursday in a letter to the editor of the New England Journal of Medicine from about two dozen doctors, mostly from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, but also from Cooper University Health Care in Camden, New Jersey, and Duke University School of Medicine in Durham, North Carolina.
These alternative medicines are increasingly gaining popularity. Thus, students who wish to pursue a career in the medical field can now start thinking beyond normal professions and study options. Let us have a look at some of the alternative medicine career options you can opt for. Ayurveda is one of the oldest forms of treatment which is believed to be practised by ancient doctors too, known as the vaidya . The roots of Ayurveda s origins are in India, however, this form of medicine is practised in many other countries including America, Sri Lanka, Australia, etc. Ayurveda has the cure for numerous ailments, sometimes even for those that Allopathy can ''t treat. If one wishes to study Ayurveda, then one can choose to apply for Bachelor s in Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery which is offered in India, Nepal, Bangladesh and other South Asian countries. The degree is received after five or five and a half years which includes one year of internship.
The Bengaluru police on Monday arrested seven men for dressing up in white robes, wearing wigs covering their faces and scaring commuters on the road in Sharifnagar near Yeshwanthpur. Videos of the pranks they pulled on several homeless residents and commuters went viral soon after the arrest.In one of the videos, two men dressed like ghosts are seen running towards an autorickshaw in an attempt to scare the driver. The autorickshaw driver is seen reversing his vehicle and driving away with fear. Several other videos of the group trying to scare motorists have also gone viral.
FB Twitter ellipsis More Pinterest Mail Email iphone Send Text Message Print Pink is making the 2019 E People #x2019;s Choice Awards a family affair The singer, who was crowned as this year #x2019;s People #x2019;s Champion, hit the red carpet with her husband Carey Hart and their kids: daughter Willow and son Jameson.
On 28th August 2019, Uganda received an imported case of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) from the Democratic Republic of Congo in Kasese District, Uganda. The case was confirmed following laboratory tests conducted at the Uganda Virus Research Institute (UVRI) who later succumbed to EVD on 30th August 2019.The confirmed case was a 9 year old female of Congolese origin who traveled from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) with her mother on Wednesday, 28th August 2019. The child and her mother who originate from Majengo district, of Lubhiriha in DRC entered the country through Mpondwe Main Border post to seek medical care in Bwera, Kasese District. The child was identified by the Point of Entry (PoE) screening team with the following symptoms: high fever, body weakness, rash and unexplained mouth bleeding. She was subsequently isolated and transferred to Bwera hospital Ebola Treatment Unit (ETU) for further management. A blood sample was drawn immediately and sent for testing at the Uganda Virus Research Institute (UVRI) and confirmed positive for Ebola Virus on 29th August 2019. However, the girl passed away and upon the request of the father, the body was repatriated to DRC for safe and dignified burial.
Kolhapur, Nov 9 (UNI) A rare and scared sunrays touched Goddess Mahalaxmi''s waist on Saturday on the second day at Shree Karveer Nivasini Goddess Mahalaxmi temple, in four days long "Kirnostav"(sunrays festival).Mumbai, Nov 9 (UNI) Farooq Mapkar, victim of 1992 mumbai riots is not happy with the Supreme court verdict on Ramjanma bhoomi Babri Masjid land dispute case, saying that justice has not been delivered for Muslims.
Click here to subscribe to the Hemophilia News Today Newsletter People with bleeding disorders face a variety of challenges. Healthcare access is a constant concern and covers myriad issues, including political and financial stability and regulatory and provider awareness.
IN 2016 THE World Health Organisation (WHO) declared Britain to be officially free from measles, a highly infectious illness that killed about 110,000 people around the world in 2017. The success was short lived. After 991 infections were recorded in England and Wales in 2018, the WHO revoked Britain s disease free label.Cases of measles are rising in many countries, fuelled in part by conspiracy theories claiming that vaccines given to children cause autism (they do not). Anti vaxxers have long used internet forums and social media to spread their nonsense. Matt Hancock, Britain s health minister, would like to see that stopped. In March he said that internet giants such as Facebook and Google should have a duty of care to their users, putting them in the same legal position as schools or doctors. If firms would not stop the spread of anti vaccination messages voluntarily, said Mr Hancock, he would consider changing the law to force them to do so.
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Addressing the graduating students on the occasion, Dr. K Sivan, ISRO, Chairman said, I am an alumni of IIT Bombay and from my own personal experience, I can say that IITs are the holy grail of technical education in India. And I am sure that you all will continue the glorious tradition of Delhi as well as that of IIT ans who have excelled in every field they have worked. He added, When I graduated, more than 3 decades back, the job scenario was not as vibrant as today. Area of specialization limited the career options. Today, the options are many. There is an added volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity about the global economy. However, you all are much smarter and aware about these scenarios than the older generations. Nevertheless, remember, you are unlikely to fall into your dream career or create a successful business simply by wishing for it. Here you have to be pragmatic in your approach and learn from the experience of the older generation. Keep in mind that, there is only one life and there are many career options. You all need to identify your passion amp; natural talent and align your career. Choose an industry that reflects your passion and interests. Rather than choosing a job for money, choose it for your happiness. Be good at what you do. Remember, passion is not the only ingredient needed for success. You also need skills and strengths. Prof V. Ramgopal Rao, Director, IIT Delhi while presenting the Director s report said, On the inter disciplinary research front IIT Delhi has entered into MoUs with All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), National Institute of Immunology (NII), Indian Council for Agriculture Research (ICAR), five CSIR labs and the All India Institute of Ayurveda. 95 new funded projects under the faculty interdisciplinary research programme have been sanctioned between faculty within the Institute and with the faculty from AIIMS, ICAR, and NII etc. IIT Delhi is also taking major steps to connect with the Industry. Prof Rao added, The research output of the Institute has shown significant enhancement due to different initiatives fostering interdisciplinary collaborations within the Institute as well as with other institutions. In comparison to the average research funding of about Rs 100 Cr per year in the period from 2014 16, the research funding has shown four times increase to about Rs 380 Cr per year in the period 2017 18 and 2018 19. About 300 new research projects and 290 industry consultancy projects have been undertaken in the year 2018 19 alone. The number of new research projects initiated per year has increased two times. We are expecting our sponsored R amp;D funding per year to cross Rs 500 cr in the next one or two years. On the occasion of the 50th Convocation of the Institute, IIT Delhi and ISRO have signed an MoU to jointly set up ISRO Space Technology Cell at IIT Delhi. The MoU was signed today by Dr K Sivan, Chairman, ISRO and Prof V. Ramgopal Rao, Director, IIT Delhi. Dr Sivan, Chairman, ISRO said, I am very happy to be here in IIT Delhi to sign the MoU for establishing a new Space Technology Cell. I appreciate the interest taken by IIT Delhi for establishing the Cell here. Prof Rao, Director, IIT Delhi said, IIT Delhi and ISRO have signed an MoU for the creation of a Space Technology Centre at IIT Delhi for strengthening research collaborations between the two organisations. With this collaboration IIT Delhi would like to be part of some of the key initiatives by the ISRO. We would like to work with ISRO closely. All of us working together will only put our nation ahead of others in space technologies. The Cell will work for carrying out focused research projects in the space technology domain with specific deliverables. It is also proposed that IIT Delhi as an Institute becomes academic partner of ISRO in research areas for example AI, nanotechnology, functional textiles, smart manufacturing or any area of joint interest. On the occasion of the Convocation Ceremony 2019, President s Gold Medal was awarded to Mr Kacham Praneeth (B. Tech in Computer Science amp; Engineering). Director s Gold Medal was awarded to Ms Mallika Singh (B. Tech in Biochemical Engineering amp; Biotechnology) and Dr Shankar Dayal Sharma Gold Medial to Ms. Himakshi Barsiwal (M. Tech in Chemical Engineering). List of Perfect Ten Gold Medalists: 1. Mr Arka Mukherjee - MS (R) in Bharti School of Telecommunication Technology amp; Management 2. Mr Deepesh Kumar Gautam - M. Tech in Industrial Tribology amp; Maintenance Engineering 3. Ms Ankita Pramanick - M. Tech in Fibre Science amp; Technology 4. Ms Diksha Gupta - M. Tech in Water Resources EngineeringList of Silver Medalists: 1. Mr Utkarsh Sinha - B. Tech and M. Tech in Chemical Engineering 2. Mr Abhinav Kumar Shukla - B. Tech and M. Tech in Biochemical Engineering and Biotechnology 3. Mr Vaibhav Bhagee - B. Tech and M. Tech in Computer Science amp; Engineering 4. Mr Raunak Lohiya - B. Tech and M. Tech in Mathematics amp; Computing 5. Mr Rahul Khetan - B. Tech in Biochemical Engg amp; Biotechnology 6. Mr Harman Singh - B. Tech in Civil Engg. 7. Ms Urvashi Gupta - B. Tech in Chemical Engg 8. Ms Narayani Bhatia - B. Tech in Electrical Engg 9. Ms Prakhar Agrawal - B. Tech in Electrical Engg, Power Automation 10. Mr Paras Gupta - B. Tech in Mechanical Engg. 11. Mr Krishaanu Syal - B. Tech in Production amp; Industrial Engg 12. Mr Summet Khandelwal - B. Tech in Mathematics amp; Computing 13. Mr Vishnu Raghuraman - B. Tech in Engineering Physics 14. Ms Jessica - B. Tech in Textile Technology The 50th Annual Convocation ceremony also witnessed IIT Delhi honouring its esteemed alumni with Distinguished Alumni Award 2019 and Distinguished Alumni Service Award 2019. Distinguished Alumni Awards were presented to: 1. Prof. Srinivasan Keshav, Cheriton School of Computer Science at the University of Waterloo for his outstanding contributions in Teaching amp; Research. 2. Dr. Mohit Aron, Founder and CEO of Cohesity for outstanding contributions made in Entrepreneurship. 3. Mr. Binny Bansal, Co Founder, Flipkart for outstanding contributions made in Entrepreneurship. Distinguished Alumni Service Award 2019 were presented to: 1. Mr. Arun Duggal, currently Chairman of ICRA Ltd., Mangalore Chemicals amp; Fertilizers Limited and International Asset Reconstruction Company for significant efforts and contributions made towards the development and progress of the institute. 2. Founder, Chairman and Managing Director of the Bakshi Group, Mr. Amarjit Singh Bakshi, who is a Delhi based business conglomerate and a first generation entrepreneur for significant efforts and contributions made towards the development and progress of the institute. There were also eight Guests of Honour who graced the Convocation Ceremony 2019 with their presence. Guests of Honour include: Mr Raghu Hari Dalmia, President, OCL India Ltd.; Dr Seema Vinayak, Director, SSPL, DRDO; Mr Sunil Bhaskaran, CEO, Air Asia; Shri MS Unnikrishnan, CMD, Thermax; Mr Thomas Varghese, Business Head Textiles, Acrylic Fibre, Overseas Spinning, Aditya Birla Group; Dr Ashvini Kumar, Sr Director, Former MD, Solar Energy Corporation of India Ltd; Dr Manish Gupta, Head, AI Lab, Google India; Prof Ritabrata Munshi, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata.
Allison Busch was a leading scholar of early Hindi. Yesterday middot; 12:30 pm Rabi Prakash Share Tweet Email Reddit Print Comments Share Tweet Email Reddit Print Comments With the untimely death of Allison Busch on October 19, the community of scholars of early Hindi has lost one of its leading young voices. In her short academic career, she made outstanding contributions to the scholarship of Hindi literary culture. Her deep sensitivity for her students, colleagues, and friends embellished her academic achievements and made her the glue for the otherwise scattered community of Hindi scholars around the world.Busch was an Associate Professor of Hindi literature at Columbia University s Department of Middle Eastern, South Asian and African Studies and a Vishwa Hindi Samman recipient.
A high powered Hollywood crowd gathered under the stars for the first annual A Sense of Home Backyard Bowl Gala in Beverly Hills on Friday night.Hosted by producer and former United States Ambassador to the Bahamas Nicole Avant and Netflix COO Ted Sarandos at the home of Charlotte and Gary Gilbert, the evening celebrated the organization ''s fifth year working to prevent homelessness by creating first ever homes for youth aging out of foster care.
Being one of the best performances of his career, Leonardo DiCaprio s turn as Rick Dalton in Quentin Tarantino s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is filled with wonderfully memorable moments but unquestionably one of the best is the character s rage fueled trailer freak out. The veteran actor has a bad day while filming the pilot for the new western television show Lancer, forgetting his lines and embarrassing himself, and he performs a nice bit of self flagellation during a break from set.It winds up being a crucial moment in Rick Dalton s arc, as it turns out to be a really turning point for him but that just makes it all the more shocking to learn that it was a sequence that wasn t originally in the script, and was both created during production and totally improvised on the day.
Yvette Fielding, 51, is an experienced ghost hunter, however, the presenter admitted she considered leaving her career behind after one particularly frightening encounter. The Most Haunted host has searched for ghosts in terrifying haunted castles in her 17 years in the field, but she insists the most ”violent ” poltergeist she encountered was found in a council house.
RELATED: Fans React With Hilarious Tweets After Photos Surface Of Beyonce In TargetWhile speaking with Buzzfeed, Bloch shared that her son David began showing signs of severe autism at the age of 4. David also developed a severe immunodeficiency disorder that meant he needed to be isolated from other kids in order to prevent him from getting infected. Bloch, who takes care of him full time, says her son is lonely and it breaks her heart.
Jose is one of at least 1,450 migrants who are living in a tent encampment on the streets of Matamoros, a city in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas, as a result of the Trump Administration;s ;Remain in Mexico; policy. Dozens of children in Matamoros drew their experiences as part of an art project, photos of which were provided exclusively to TIME by Dr. Belinda Arriaga, an associate professor at the University of San Francisco who specializes in child trauma and Latino mental health. She traveled to Matamoros Oct. 19 25 as part of a group of volunteers who provided aid and psychological care to migrant children and their families. The six drawings depict family members separated by the Rio Grande, children inside cages and images of America. In one photo, a drawing by 9 year old Genesis depicts crocodiles in a river near a vehicle she labelled "Polic iacute;a. " Her family, in tears, are standing in Mexico, while her t iacute;a, or aunt, cries for them in the U.S. "Quiero irme de aqu iacute; porque no puedo ser fel iacute;z y no puedo dormir, " she has written on the drawing. "I want to leave from here because I can ''t be happy and I can ''t sleep. "