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Nagpur doctor represents India at European Congress for Homeopathy at Vienna

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Dr Kavita Chandak at the European Congress for Homeopathy in Vienna.

Dr Kavita Chandak, a well known homeopath from Nagpur presented two research papers – ‘Homeopathy rocks burnout walks’ and ‘Age gracefully with homeopathy’ – at the European Congress for Homeopathy (ECH) held at Vienna, Austria from November 17 to November 19, 2016.

This one of a kind first conference which celebrated 200 years of homeopathy in Central Europe saw 480 doctors participants from 46 countries like America, London, Austria, Hungry, Italy, France, Slovakia, Check Republic, Greece, Ukraine, Germany, Australia, China, Belgium, India, etc. Nagpur’s Dr Kavita Chandak was also among the 480 doctors as she was invited for an oral as well as poster presentation.

In her speech at the conference, Dr Chandak threw light on modern era disorders especially as to how we land ourselves in frustration, depression and social isolation by being in our own shell, by keeping ourselves busy on social networking sites and by not communicating with people around. She also spoke about the hazards and role of homeopathy in treating such physio-psycho modern era disorders. In her second research paper – Aging gracefully with Homeopathy – Dr Chandak explained the role of homeopathy in keeping a person young.

While Dr Thomas Penbauwer was the president of European congress of Homeopathy, Dr Enid Segall and D Edward were the secretaries.

Sharing her experience of the conference, Dr Chandak said, “The belief in homeopathy has been strengthened worldwide as it is economic and works amazingly for chronic disorders as well as emergency acute diseases. In Europe, different potencies of homeopathic dilutions are available and they follow a little different pattern of practice. I  learnt many things being at the conference and I’m sure my patients here will be benefitted with this additional knowledge.”

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Umesh Yadav teases teammate Shubham Gill with epic Tinder billboards in Nagpur

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Billboards that mention Shubham Gill

Indian cricketer Umesh Yadav had a ‘field day’ teasing his team member Shubham Gill after Tinder – a popular dating app – showed a photo of a girl with a placard on large billboards in Nagpur that read, “Shubman idhar toh dekh lo” (Shubman, have a look here).” Tinder was quick to capitalise on the joke and turn it into hoardings in Nagpur ahead of India first Test match vs Australia.

Umesh Yadav teases teammate Shubham Gill with epic Tinder billboards in Nagpur

Taking to twitter, Yadav wrote, “Poora Nagpur bol raha hai, Shubman Gill ab toh dekh le.”

During India’s T20 match in Ahmedabad, a picture of a female fan holding a placard that read ‘Tinder, Shubman se match kara do” (Tinder, match me with Shubman)’ had gone viral.

Indian cricketer Umesh Yadav had a ‘field day’ teasing his team member Shubham Gill with Tinder billboards in Nagpur.

Indian cricketer Umesh Yadav had a ‘field day’ teasing his team member Shubham Gill with Tinder billboards in Nagpur.

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All 31 days in January 2023 in Nagpur observed to be polluted, reveals study

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The entire month of January in Nagpur this year saw tremendously high levels of Sulphur Dioxide (SO2) and Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2).

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As per the recent survey of Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service, the entire month of January (all 31 days) in Nagpur this year saw tremendously high levels of Sulphur Dioxide (SO2) and Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2).

The survey that released pictures of the same showed increased levels of SO2 and NO2 not just in Nagpur but in cities including Chandrapur, Gondia and Amravati. Environmental experts have said that the matter was worrying from the point of view of the health of the residents as the pollution index in Nagpur saw an increase in all the three months of winter.

Not just in January this year but 28 out of 30 days in November last year as well as 30 out of 31 days in December last year showed poor air quality. Environmental expert Professor Suresh Chopani said an action plan, to avoid respiratory issues, under National Clean Air Programme would  be strictly implemented.

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