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People Living Along Ganga River More Prone To Cancer

A recent study conducted by National Cancer Registry Programme under the Indian Council of Medical Research revealed that people living along the banks of GangaRiver in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Bengal are more prone to cancer than anywhere else in India. Industries along the river have been releasing harmful effluents into the river such as arsenic, choride, fluoride and other heavy metals.
Times of Indiareports  Conducted by the National Cancer Registry Programme under the Indian Council of Medical Research, the study throws up shocking findings. The river is thick with heavy metals and lethal chemicals that cause cancer, it says. "We know that the incidence of cancer was highest in the country in areas drained by the Ganga. We also know why. Now, we are going deeper into the problem. Hopefully, we'll be able to present a report to the health ministry in a month or two," NCRP head A Nandkumar said. The worst-hit stretches are east Uttar Pradesh, the flood plains of Beng…

On How to Overcome Hatred – Dada J P Vaswani

Think of two people who have hurt you, made you angry or let you down recently - two people about whom you still feel animosity.

Now ask yourself: what is my animosity doing to me? Do I feel happy holding on to it? Does it make me feel happier? Does it improve my sleep? Is my life better, richer, more meaningful because of my resentment?

If the answer to all the above questions is 'No', then take a courageous decision.

Let go! Walk away from the disappointment and the bitterness!
What should you do when faced with betrayal, hurt, anger or disappointment? You can choose to react differently, by taking responsibility for your own emotions and feelings. You do this in full awareness that others do not influence your feelings. You choose your own. We have to learn to let go of disappointments and get on with our life. We need to forgive.
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