“Yogi Adityanath’s 6 Years in Office: A Journey of Transforming Uttar Pradesh”

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has completed six years in office today, marking a significant milestone in his political career. Since taking office in 2017, Yogi Adityanath has implemented a number of ambitious policies and initiatives aimed at improving the state’s economy, infrastructure, education, and law and order.

During his tenure, Yogi Adityanath has taken several steps to promote the development of Uttar Pradesh, including the launch of the One District One Product (ODOP) scheme, which aims to promote traditional industries and create employment opportunities in rural areas. He has also implemented the ‘Namami Gange’ project to clean and rejuvenate the Ganga river and has focused on improving healthcare services in the state.

Yogi Adityanath’s administration has also taken a tough stance on crime and has made significant efforts to improve law and order in the state. Under his leadership, the state police have undertaken several successful operations against criminal gangs and have implemented strict measures to ensure the safety of citizens.

As Yogi Adityanath completes six years in office, he remains committed to working towards the development of Uttar Pradesh and improving the lives of its citizens. We wish him all the best for his continued efforts in this regard.

Charting Your Path: The Importance of Career Counseling in Achieving Professional Goals”

Career counseling is a process that helps individuals to make informed career choices and develop a plan to achieve their professional goals. It involves working with a qualified counselor who can provide guidance, support, and resources to help individuals explore their interests, skills, and values and make informed decisions about their future.

Here are some benefits of career counseling:

Self-awareness: Career counseling helps individuals to gain a better understanding of their strengths, weaknesses, and interests. This self-awareness can help individuals to make informed decisions about their career and choose a path that aligns with their values and goals.

Career exploration: Career counselors can provide information about different career paths, industries, and job opportunities. They can help individuals to explore different options and understand the skills and qualifications required for each path.

Goal-setting: Career counseling can help individuals to set realistic and achievable career goals. Counselors can help individuals to develop a plan to achieve their goals and provide support and resources to help them stay on track.

Job search strategies: Career counselors can provide guidance on job search strategies, including networking, resume writing, and interviewing skills. They can also help individuals to develop a professional network and connect with potential employers.

Professional development: Career counseling can help individuals to develop the skills and knowledge required to succeed in their chosen career path. Counselors can provide resources for professional development, including training programs, workshops, and certifications.

Overall, career counseling is a valuable process that can help individuals to make informed decisions about their future and achieve their professional goals. By working with a qualified counselor, individuals can gain self-awareness, explore different career paths, set achievable goals, and develop the skills and knowledge required to succeed in their chosen career.

Navratri: Celebrating the Divine Feminine and the Triumph of Good over Evil

Navratri is a nine-day festival that is celebrated with great enthusiasm and devotion in India. The word Navratri is derived from two words, ‘Nav’ which means ‘nine’, and ‘Ratri’ which means ‘night’. It is observed twice a year, once in the spring (Chaitra Navratri) and then in the autumn (Sharad Navratri). This festival is dedicated to the worship of the divine feminine, the goddess Durga, and her various incarnations.

During Navratri, people across India fast, pray and perform various rituals to honor the goddess. The festival begins with the worship of Maa Shailputri, the first form of Durga, and is followed by the worship of Brahmacharini, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skandamata, Katyayani, Kalratri, Mahagauri, and finally, Siddhidatri.

Each day of Navratri has its own significance and rituals. People clean their houses, decorate them with flowers and lights, and wear new clothes. In many regions of India, people also perform Garba and Dandiya Raas, which are traditional folk dances that are performed in circles. The dancers move in a circular motion, clapping their hands and hitting sticks in time with the music.

One of the most important aspects of Navratri is fasting. People abstain from food and some even from water during the day, and then break their fast in the evening with a special meal. The fast is observed to purify the body and mind and show devotion to the goddess.

Another important part of Navratri is the puja, or prayer ceremony. During the puja, devotees offer flowers, fruits, and other items to the goddess and seek her blessings. Special mantras and hymns are recited during the ceremony to honor the goddess.

Navratri is a time to celebrate the triumph of good over evil and to seek the blessings of the divine feminine. It is a festival that unites people of all ages and backgrounds and brings them together to celebrate the power and grace of the goddess. May the blessings of the divine mother be with you always. Jai Mata Di!

Unlocking the Power of Communication: 5 Essential Skills for Success

Effective communication is an essential skill that can help you to build strong relationships, succeed in your career, and improve your overall quality of life. Here are 5 tips for better communication skills:

Listen actively: Active listening is a crucial component of effective communication. When you are engaged in a conversation, make sure to listen attentively, ask questions, and provide feedback to show that you understand and respect the other person’s perspective.

Be clear and concise: When you are communicating, it’s essential to be clear and concise. Avoid using jargon or complicated language, and try to express your thoughts and ideas in a simple and straightforward manner.

Use body language: Body language is an important aspect of communication. Pay attention to your posture, facial expressions, and gestures to convey confidence and assertiveness.

Show empathy: Empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of others. When you are communicating with someone, try to put yourself in their shoes and show empathy to build rapport and trust.

Practice active communication: Communication is a skill that can be improved through practice. Make an effort to engage in conversations with different people, ask for feedback, and be open to learning and adapting your communication style to suit different situations.

Author : Gaurav Virendra Agrawal is founder and chief executive at NewsNowNation.com and Panacea People Network.

He can be reached at gaurav@panaceapeople.com

Mental Health: Why It’s Important and How to Take Care of It

Mental health is an integral part of our overall well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and behave in our daily lives. Good mental health enables us to cope with the stressors of life, form healthy relationships, and lead fulfilling lives. On the other hand, poor mental health can lead to a range of problems, including anxiety, depression, and substance abuse.

Despite its importance, mental health is often overlooked, stigmatized, or ignored. Many people feel ashamed or embarrassed to seek help when they’re struggling with mental health issues. This is a significant problem, as untreated mental health problems can worsen over time and have serious consequences.

So, what can we do to take care of our mental health? Here are some tips:

1. Prioritize self-care: Self-care is essential for good mental health. This means taking time for yourself to do things you enjoy, like reading, exercising, or spending time with friends and family. It also means taking care of your physical health by eating well, getting enough sleep, and avoiding harmful substances.

2. Seek support: It’s okay to ask for help when you’re struggling with mental health issues. You can talk to friends, family members, or a mental health professional. There are also many online resources available, like support groups and hotlines.

3. Practice mindfulness: Mindfulness is a practice that involves being present in the moment and paying attention to your thoughts and feelings without judgment. It can help reduce stress, anxiety, and depression.

4. Reduce stress: Stress is a common trigger for mental health problems. To reduce stress, try relaxation techniques like deep breathing, meditation, or yoga. You can also try to simplify your life by saying no to commitments that don’t serve you and delegating tasks when possible.

5. Stay connected: Social support is crucial for good mental health. Stay connected with friends and family members, even if it’s just through a phone call or text message.

Remember, mental health is just as important as physical health. Taking care of your mental health is not a sign of weakness; it’s a sign of strength. By prioritizing self-care, seeking support, practicing mindfulness, reducing stress, and staying connected, you can improve your mental health and lead a happier, healthier life.

Budget 2023 Highlights: From new income tax slabs to capex boost for jobs, everything you need to know!

Union Budget 2023 Key Highlights: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the Union Budget 2023-24 on February 1 which had a greater emphasis on the rural sector, social sector schemes, infrastructure creation, and the middle class.

The Budget for 2023-24 kept its focus on expanding Capex showing that the Modi government’s priorities are building roads, highways, and railway lines. The middle class has been given some relief in terms of tweaks in the new income tax regime clearly pointing out that the government wants a shift towards the new regime from the older one. The FM stuck to the fiscal deficit roadmap in the Budget with a target of 5.9% in FY 24 and adhering to the target for the current year. This is a positive considering a bloated deficit will have caused worries about finding the gap.


-Fiscal Consolidation Not Put On The Back Burner -Budget Balances Govt Capex, Push To Private Sector -Plan To Augment Strategic Petroleum Reserves -Allocated Rs 30,000 Crore For OMC Capex In FY24 -FY24 Tax Target Assumption Conservative


– Finance MinisterNirmala Sitharamanon Wednesday announced hiking the capital expenditure by 33 per cent to Rs 10 lakh crore for infrastructure development for 2023-24 and will be at 3.3 percent of the GDP

– Presenting the Budget, she said the newly established infrastructure finance secretariat will assist in attracting more private investment.

– With an aim to further improve regional air connectivity, she said the government will revive 50 additional airports, helipads, water aero drones and advanced landing grounds

– The Budget also allocated Rs 3,113.36 crore to the union civil aviation ministry

Budget announcements on digital initiatives focuses on artificial intelligence in the education sector

– Three centres of excellence for artificial intelligence will be established in top educational institutions – 100 laboratories in engineering institutions will be developing applications using 5G services – A national digital library will be set up for children and adolescents for facilitating the availability of quality books across geographies, languages and genres – Centre to recruit 38,800 teachers and support staff for 749 Eklavya Model Residential Schools that will service 3.5 lakh tribal students

Budget 2023: Big bonanza for senior citizens

-Budget 2023 has increased the maximum permissible investment in the senior citizen savings scheme, a popular investment among the elderly. The post office monthly income scheme, too, has been made more attractive.

-Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman doubled the maximum limit under the Senior Citizen Savings Scheme (SCSS) to Rs 30 lakh from Rs 15 lakh. The scheme offers assured interest of Rs 8 percent per annum. The interest is paid quarterly.

-Additionally, the investment limit under the popular Post Office Monthly Income Scheme (POMIS) has been raised to Rs 9 lakh from Rs 4.5 lakh. In case of joint accounts held in POMIS, the investment limit has been hiked to Rs 15 lakh from Rs 9 lakh. The scheme pays monthly interest at the rate of 7.1 percent per annum.

Elon Musk explains why his daughter can’t marry a poor man!

Wealth is first of all a state of mind.

A few years ago there was a conference in the United States on investment and finance. One of the speakers was Elon Musk and during the question and answer session, he was asked a question that had everyone laughing.

If he, the richest man in the world, could accept that his daughter marry a poor or modest man.

His answer can change something in everyone.

Elon Musk – First of all, understand that
Wealth does not mean having a fat bank account. Wealth is primarily the ability to create wealth.
Example: Someone who wins the lottery or gambling. Even if he wins 100 millions is not a rich man: He is a poor man with a lot of money. That’s the reason why 90% of the lottery millionaires become poor again after 5 years.

You also have rich people who have no money.
Example: Most entrepreneurs.
THEY are already on the road to wealth even though they have no money, because they are developing their financial intelligence and that is wealth.

How are the rich and the poor different?

To put it simply: The rich may die to become rich, while the poor may kill to become rich.

If you see a young person who decides to train, to learn new things, who tries to improve himself constantly, know that he is a rich man.

If you see a young person who thinks that the problem is the state, and who thinks that the rich are all thieves and who criticizes constantly, know that he is a poor man.

The rich are convinced that they just need information and training to take off, the poor think that others must give them money to take off.

In conclusion, when I say that my daughter will not marry a poor man, I am not talking about money. I’m talking about the ability to create wealth in that man.

Excuse me for saying this, but most criminals are poor people. When they are in front of money, they lose their mind, that’s why they rob, steal etc… For them it is a grace because they don’t know how they could earn money by themselves.

One day, the guard of a bank found a bag full of money, he took the bag and went to give it to the bank manager.

People called this man an idiot, but in reality this man was just a rich man who had no money.

One year later, the bank offered him a job as a receptionist, 3 years later he was a customer manager and 10 years later he manages the regional management of this bank, he manages hundreds of employees and his annual bonus exceeds the amount he could have stolen.

Wealth is first of all a state of mind.

So … are u rich or poor?🙂

कृष्ण कौन हैं?

पहली गाली पर सर काटने की शक्ति होने बाद भी यदि 99 और गाली सुनने का ‘सामर्थ्य’ है, तो वो कृष्ण हैं।

‘सुदर्शन’ जैसा शस्त्र होने के बाद भी यदि हाथ में हमेशा ‘मुरली’ है, तो वो कृष्ण हैं।

‘द्वारिका’ का वैभव होने के बाद भी यदि ‘सुदामा’ मित्र है, तो वो कृष्ण हैं।

‘मृत्यु’ के फन पर मौजूद होने पर भी यदि ‘नृत्य’ है, तो वो कृष्ण हैं।

‘सर्वसामर्थ्य’ होने पर भी यदि सारथी’ बने हैं, तो वो कृष्ण हैं।

जन्माष्टमी की हार्दिक शुभकामनाएं

5 reasons why Career Counselling is important!

“The bad news is time flies. The good news is you’re the pilot.”

Students are under a lot of pressure – pressure to perform academically, pressure to be popular, pressure to ultimately, make a good life. The one thread that touches upon all these is the choice of one’s career. It is a decision that is often taken under parental or societal duress. However, one must seek proper career counseling and guidance to make the right decision. Career counseling is really beneficial for students, and there are many reasons it is imperative:

  1. Spot an Aptitude: Career counseling helps a student realize true aptitude. While at a junior level, most students perform evenly across subjects. Aptitude tests, conducted by counselors, bring out clearly the strong intellectual areas of a particular student. This empowers the student to make an informed decision when choosing future studies and making career choices.
  2. An Objective Guide: Many times, students grow up with preconceived notions – “I must become a doctor, since my father is one”. Good counseling can quell these notions, and help the student view himself for the individual that he really is. After all, the doctor’s son can actually be more suited to, and more interested in, being a musician!
  3. Evade Confusion: Often, students haven’t developed a clear idea of what they’d want to study by the time they’re due to make those choices. This isn’t necessarily due to any lack of interest; one is simply too young. Seeking career counseling leads to clarity of thought in a student, helps to identify interests, pick the appropriate subjects, and finally, make the choice of the right career.
  4. Career Relation to Education: It is also likely that a student has decided on a particular career, but is not sure of how to qualify for it academically. Seeking counseling helps to put things in proper perspective – the student chooses the right higher education for the chosen career, and likewise, is able to land safely on the career track, due the interest, motivational factors and the chosen stream of education.
  5. What’s Out There: Perhaps the most important facet of career counseling is to simply know what career options abound today. Say, a student has great flair for writing. It is important that the student or individual is well informed about the prospects of taking writing as a career. Lack of information on the will let the individual or student abandon his talent and intellect.

Sadly, career counseling is often overlooked by students, institutions and parents alike. It is a mistake that can prove costly, for it is sound counseling that leads to well-informed, correct career decisions!

For Free Counselling Call 7376794037 | gaurav@panaceapeople.com

The young man ran from Rajasthan to Delhi, the reason is very special

Suresh (from Seekar, Rajasthan) runs from Rajasthan to Delhi to inspire Army aspirants

Recruitment rallies have not been organized in the Army in the last two years due to the Corona epidemic. Yes and there is a lot of resentment among the youth of Rajasthan regarding this matter. Churu, Jhunjhunu, Sikar and Nagaur districts have been affected the most by stopping the recruitment process here. Let us tell you that now from campaigning on social media to picketing demonstrations are being organized to start recruitment in these districts. Amidst all this, Nagaur resident Suresh Bhichar has done a shocking job to attract the attention of the government to this issue. Yes, Suresh has completed the journey from Sikar to Delhi by running. According to the information received, Suresh, who left the district stadium of Sikar at 9 pm on 29 March, reached Delhi at 6 pm on 2 April.

After reaching here, he submitted a memorandum to the MP Hanuman Beniwal. Let us tell you that Suresh completed the journey of 300 kilometers in a total of fifty hours. After completing the journey, Suresh told that he had set a target of completing the 6 km run in one hour. Yes and there were three more friends for patrolling with him in the journey. Apart from this, he also said that during this time he ate food in the hotel only for one day, the rest was arranged by the youth preparing for the job in the army in different areas. Let us tell you that Suresh is taking training from a defense academy in Sikar.  Yes and he wants to join the army from the year 2015 but for some reason his dream could not be fulfilled.

Let us tell you that the discussions of Suresh’s sprint race are held in the surrounding districts. He made a record in the army recruitment held in Nagaur in the year 2018 by completing 1600 meters race in 4 minutes and 4 seconds. Recently, Suresh told that, under the pre-determined program, a program of demonstration was organized in Jantar Mantar on April 5 regarding this matter, but before that, some youths of Rajasthan, angry with the postponement of recruitment, had also burnt the effigy of the government. On the other hand, Minister of State for Defense Ajay Bhatt said in the Rajya Sabha in response to supplementary questions during the Question Hour that ‘the recruitment process in the Indian Army in 2020 and 2021 has been postponed due to the Corona epidemic and no stay has been put on it. ‘ Apart from this, he also said, ‘The outbreak of corona has reduced, but is not over. Despite this, keeping in mind the circumstances, the online recruitment process in Air Force and Navy continued and personnel have been recruited

Reboot : Panacea Theme for the Year 2022

Live More • Achieve More

Reboot 2022 : Live More • Achieve More

Hi!!

Wishing you all a very happy and safe New Year!

The last two years have taught us that it is our inner strength, our grit, and determination that pushes us to achieve the unimaginable, it is the unity and warmth of company that helps us move past the difficulties and challenges of life.

As we move forward into the new year with newfound hope and strength to face come what may, I welcome you all to join me in the energetic pursuit of a revitalizing new year. As we move into the new year, let us promise to endeavour to live our lives to the fullest and to maximise our contributions in order to maximise our shared achievements.

It is time we metamorphose our insurmountable strength into action. With this background, I am proud to announce the Panacea People theme for 2022- “Reboot: Live more, Achieve More”.

To mark the beginning of a new year, we have made our own small contribution in the form of our collective enterprises. We have contributed significantly by providing career opportunities to people in the Media, HR and Education sectors. We take pleasure in sharing that we are teaching students not just in Prayagraj, Lucknow or Bharwari but around the continent in Dubai and Abu Dhabi as well. We have helped bridge the gap between teachers and students by being a facilitative platform for communication.

It is time for us to cherish this spirit and let it rage further. Let us grow individually and collectively as a team and push our boundaries this year.

It is time that we increase our reach and collaborate for the expansion of our enterprise. Let this year allow you to inculcate new business ideas, foster creativity and build better networking than ever. Let the leader in you arise. Reboot!

Happy New Year!

SnehShakti – Law Prep & Round Table India comes together with unique #HarGharDIwali campaign

This is not just the time of festivities, celebration of the victory of good over evil, some family time but it is also the start of the winter season.
As all of us are aware as to how bad the winters can get here in Allahabad, the Team Law Prep Tutorial & Round Table India has joined forces for the 4th season of our “Sneh Shakti” Program.
“Sneh Shakti” is a joint initiative of Law Prep Tutorial which is India’s oldest coaching institute for Law Entrance Examination and has been providing best results year by year in various law entranceexaminations and this year as well the Law Prep Prayagraj Centre produced the best resuts with Sanvi as AIR 1 in Symbiosis Law Admission Test 2021 and many other students securing All India Ranks in Common Law Admission Test 2021 and ensuring their places in various Naional Law Universities and Round Table India is an organization of non-political and non-sectarian young men between the age group of 18 and 40. The aim of the young men is to promote service, fellowship and goodwill in national and international affairs. Round Table India, the association, was formed in 1962 with just a membership of 100. It has, over the last 4 decades, grown to become a 4600 member strong association, individuals who can rise above personal concerns to seek and serve the larger needs of the community. Round Table Trust is a Trust floated by its parent body. and News Now Nation as the Media Partner of the initiative, to reach out to the underprivileged here in Allahabad and help them get through the winter season providing them blankets, bed sheets, woolen clothes & other old clothes which they can use.

Apart from LawPrepTutorial and Round Table India, other NGOs and Govt. Bodies have also joined this initiative.
The organisers also aim to help these people by connecting and collaborating with NGOs and other private and Govt bodies.
The initiative was started on the eve of Choti Diwali after the Pooja and shall go on this entire month after which the collected clothes shall be donated at the end of this month. This event was attended by Dr. Vive Khatri, Chairman, Round Table India 192, Mr Gaurav Agarwal, Director, Law Prep Tutorial Prayagraj, Diksha Mehrotra, Coordinator, Law Prep Tutorial, Akash Chauhan, Law Prep Tutorial, Apoorva Pandey, Advocate, Allahabad High Court amongst others.
LPT Prayagraj’s Director Mr. Gaurav Agarwal said that the covid period has been extremely difficult for all of us so now when we have this opportunity to celebrate the festivities with our loved ones then why not share some of our happiness with those who are not as fortunate as us and therefore we came up with the idea of Sneh Shakti with the motto of har ghar diwali.
Anyone can be a part of this noble initiative, all you have to do is make a bundle of all the clothes you no longer need and deliver it at the Law Prep Tutorial Prayagraj’s office between 11 am to 5 pm. The clothes should be washed, clean and not torn as they are going to be used by someone else.
In order to connect with this campaign you can also give a missed call at 888-1320-121 and the organizers shall reach out to you.

India achieved 100 crore vaccinations target against the deadly CORONA Virus.

Before we congratulate ourselves, and thank our doctors, our nursing staff , other medical fraternity, vaccine manufacturers, corporates and democratically elected government….. Let’s spare a look for what some of our detractors have been telling us for last 12 months…

Here’s what pseudo liberal coterie said about India’s vaccination attempts.. 🤭

Chetan Bhagat – India cannot vaccinate it’s population before 2024. We will have to bet other rich countries for vaccines and will only get leftovers..

TMC leader and Ex- Prasar Bharti ceo (cong appointed) Jawahar Sarkar – India will take 100 months (8+ years) to vaccinate 100 crore.

Rohini Singh ( of WIRE) – India is doing nothing for vaccines, only trying to save cows.

Swati Chaturvedi (troll and dynasty worshipper) – Rahul Gandhi has rightly said that it will take many years for India to get vaccines and vaccinate it’s people.

Congress twitter -India’s vaccination is very slow. IT will take 12 yrs and 6 months to vaccinate 70% people.

Aam Aadmi party ( on twitter)
It will take 15 yrs to vaccinate India .

Surya Pratap Singh ( first babu to be relieved from duty due to incompetence) – vaccines are jumla. It will take 7 years to free people from corona.

India Today ( headed by pro Congress Arun Poorie) – it will take 12 yrs to vaccinate Indians.

Business Today – it will take 10.8 years to vaccinate 70% India.

The Hindu ( actually anti hindu ) -India will achieve only 15% of its vaccination target.

British Broadcasting Corporation – India doesn’t have vaccines to vaccinate it’s population.

VOX- ( leftist newsletter) – India cannot vaccinate it’s way out of corona…

Actually these people were right … Because for almost 70 years they had seen India as third world country with below par medical services, average track record of efficiency, high level of corruption and bureaucracy everywhere including government and health sector.

Because they mocked us, we became strong,
because they laughed at us , we decided to fight back
Because they told us that we can never DO IT… We went ahead and did it.
Because they said Indians lack fighting spirit, We FOUGHT BACK.

On Behalf of crores of Indians, I would like to thank all these negativity spreaders, all these doubters and opposition who made our resolve stronger, all those who through their sarcasm and taunts , United crores of Indians in our resolve to prove all them wrong, all these people who mocked us, laughed at us , tried to shame us as a third world country but ended up making each Indian aware of the vaccination efforts by our Medical and corporate fraternity.

Jai Hind, Jai Bharat 👍

Law Prep Tutorial Coaching Students celebrate India’s 100 crore vaccination milestone

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday thanked the whole nation for making the mass COVID-19 vaccination campaign a “super success” a day after India reached the historic milestone of vaccinating more than 100 crore people.

“On 21st October, India accomplished the target of 1 billion COVID-19 vaccinations. This achievement belongs to every individual in the country

After the announcement, several world leaders congratulated India on this achievement.PM Modi on Thursday expressed gratitude towards COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers, healthcare workers and all others involved in the vaccination drive.

“It is a matter of pride for us that India’s vaccination programme has been science-born, science-driven and science-based,”
From the development of vaccines to inoculation, science and science-based approach has been involved in all processes, he asserted.
Taking everyone along, the country started the campaign of ‘Sabko Vaccine, Muft Vaccine’.

Owing to this huge achievement, the students, faculty, staff and Director of LPT, Prayagraj decided to celebrate it by cake cutting ceremony wherein everyone wished for a healthy and pandemic free life.

#VaccineCentury

India clocked its highest ever single day vaccination numbers

Today, India has has given around 85 lakh vaccination doses. This is the highest single day number in the world. Thus India has vaccinated around the population of Israel or twice the population of New Zealand in a single day.

This has been driven by the efficient model of centralised model of vaccination along with ground level efforts by state governments.

NDA ruled states performed outstandingly in ramping up vaccination numbers. NDA ruled states accounted for around 70% of all vaccinations done today.

MP CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan had strived to achieve a big target today, which they did by vaccinating around 15 lakh. Similarly Karnataka vaccinated more than 10 lakh people. UP, Gujarat, Haryana were other leaders who all vaccinated more than/around 5 lakh people.

A stark contrast was visible with the lacklustre performance of opposition ruled states. Punjab, Jharkhand, Chattisgarh, Delhi on the other hand were not able to cross even 1 lakh vaccinations. Punjab, Chattisgarh & Delhi each have been given indicated availability of around 8 lakh vaccines till the end of this month. Chattisgarh has been indicated availability of around 3.5 lakh vaccines till the end of this month. Maharashtra also vaccinated around 3.6 lakh people, which is below par given its population and despite the availability of more than 33 lakh vaccines till the end of this month.

What are the 8 laws of karma?

“Simply, everything you do creates either a positive or negative consequence,”

Everything is energy, including your thoughts and emotions, which are energy in motion. So, in essence, everything you do creates a corresponding energy that comes back to you in some form.

Using karma as a set of powerful guidelines for your life can incentivize you to be more mindful of your thoughts, actions, and deeds before you make decisions. 

With that in mind, think of the laws of karma as guidelines to follow as you go through daily life. The 12 laws of karma can help you understand how karma really works and how to create good karma in your life. Let’s look at each of these laws in more detail.

1. The great law or the law of cause and effect

When most people talk about karma, they’re likely referring to the great law of cause and effect. According to this law, whatever thoughts or energy you put out, you get back — good or bad. In order to get what you want, you have to embody and be worthy of those things. It’s the concept of what you reap, you sow. “For example, if you want love in your life, be loving to yourself,”

2. The law of creation

The law of creation underscores the importance that life doesn’t just happen to us. To make things happen in your life, you need to take action, instead of waiting for something to magically come your way. “You are the co-creator of making what you want, based on your intentions,” Also consider how you can use your skills, talents, and strengths to create something that not only benefits you but others, too

3. The law of humility

Creator of The Daily Meditation, the law of humility is based on the principle that you must be humble enough to accept that your current reality is the result of your past actions. For example, if you’re blaming your colleagues for your poor performance at work, Harrison says you must accept that you created this reality by not performing as well as you could have.

4. The law of growth

Growth starts within us. To positively shape the world, you need to start with yourself. That’s because real change or personal growth begins with what you have control over, which is yourself, not others. The law of growth also looks at the things you can’t control and how you deal with accepting this fate. Ultimately, your focus should be on you, not trying to control the people or things around you.

5. The law of responsibility

Alex Tran, a yoga instructor based in Seattle, Washington, says the law of responsibility is her favorite law to teach in class. “It’s a reminder that you own what happens to you in life. It’s a great reminder that what happens to you is because of you. This eliminates the opportunity for you to look outward to find the cause of your problems,” Tran explains. She likes to use this to describe the karma law of responsibility: “You are the product of the choices you make.”

6. The law of focus

Focusing on too many things at once can slow you down and lead to frustration and negativity. That’s why the law of focus encourages you to concentrate on one thing at a time. “If you focus on higher values like love and peace, then you’re less likely to be distracted by heavy feelings of resentment, greed, or anger,” Patel says.

7. The law of here and now

To experience peace of mind, you have to embrace the present. This can only happen when you let go of negative thoughts or behaviors from your past. If you get too focused on past events, you’ll keep reliving them. One exercise Patel recommends to get in touch with the here and now is to get rooted into your senses. “Look around the room you are in, focus your eyes on something, blink, and say ‘I am here,’” she says.

8. law of change

According to this principle, history will continue to repeat itself until you learn from the experience and take steps to do something differently to stop the cycle. Change gives you a new path so that you can create a new future and a better version of yourself, free from the patterns of the past.

A Powerful Story on “Karma”

गलती कहां हो रही है ?

  1. बीमारी को पहचानने में देरी।
  2. बीमारी को स्वीकार करने में देरी।
    3.इलाज शुरू करने में देरी।
  3. कोरोना (RTPCR) टेस्ट कराने में देरी।
  4. लक्षण होने के बावजूद टेस्ट रिपोर्ट का इंतजार करना और तुरंत इलाज शुरू नही करना।
  5. बीमारी की गंभीरता को समझने में देरी।
  6. दवाइयों से डर के कारण सारी दवाइयां खाने के बजाय आधी अधूरी दवाइयां खाना।
  7. पांचवे या छठे दिन तबियत ज्यादा खराब होने पर भी CT और ब्लड टेस्ट नहीं कराना।
  8. दूसरे स्टेज का ट्रीटमेंट (स्टीरॉयड) छठे दिन से शुरू नही करना और इसमें देरी करना।
  9. Steroid की अपर्याप्त डोज लेना।
  10. साथ में anticoagulent (खून पतला करने और खून में थक्का बनाने से रोकने की दवा) न लेना।
  11. ऑक्सीजन लेवल नापने में लापरवाही के कारण ऑक्सीजन लेवल गिरने (Hypoxia) को समय से पकड़ न पाना।
  12. ऑक्सीजन गिरने पर अस्पताल पहुंचने में देरी।
  13. छठे दिन HRCT टेस्ट में 15/25 या उससे ऊपर का स्कोर आने पर भी घर में इलाज और तुरंत अस्पताल में भर्ती हों कर intravenous (इंजेक्शन से) ट्रीटमेंट न लेना।

ध्यान रखें, पहला हफ्ता आपके हाथ में।
दूसरा हफ्ता आपके डॉक्टर के हाथ में
और तीसरा हफ्ता ऊपर वाले के हाथ में।

आप निर्णय लें कि आप अपनी जिंदगी की बागडोर किसके हाथ में देना चाहते है!

COVID-19 Vaccination FAQs for 18-45 year olds:

Q: From when am I eligible for COVID-19 Vaccination?
A: From May 1st

Q: From when do registrations open for COVID-19 Vaccination?
A: From April 28th, after 4 pm.

Q: Where can I get the Vaccine from?
A: You can get the vaccine from Private Vaccination Centres only

Q: How to register for Vaccination?
A: Registration is only via CoWIN Website (www.cowin.gov.in)/Aarogya Setu App only. No other app/website/walk-in/spot registration would be allowed.
Register using mobile number and Aadhaar number. Follow the simple steps as guided by the website, register, and choose your Vaccination Centre via Pincode/District. You would get an SMS Confirmation. Keep it safe.

Q: Can I reschedule my Vaccination Appointment?
A: Yes. You can reschedule till the previous day.

Q: What are the vaccines that would be made available?
A: At present, COVISHIELD (Oxford-AstraZeneca Vaccine) and COVAXIN (Bharat Biotech) would be available. In due course, SPUTNIK-V Vaccine and other vaccines are expected to be made available.

Q: How much should I pay for the vaccine dose?
A: The price would be decided by the State Govt/Private Vaccine Provider.

Q: I am a young person. Is COVISHIELD safe?
A: Yes, it is entirely safe. Millions of persons have received COVISHIELD worldwide, with extremely extremely rare side effects. And, even in the unlikeliest scenario of a serious adverse event, there are established management protocols. There is nothing to fear.

Q: I am a pregnant woman. Can I receive the Vaccine?
A: Studies are ongoing to prove the safety of COVID-19 vaccines in pregnant women. Currently, avoid taking the vaccine. But if you accidentally receive the vaccine while pregnant, there is nothing to worry, and the pregnancy would be entirely safe.

Q: I am on my periods. Can I receive the vaccine?
A: Yes, you can. Kindly do not believe the hoaxes and rumours regarding the same.

Q: Which of the vaccines is better for me – COVISHIELD or COVAXIN?
A: Both are equally efficacious in preventing mild, moderate and severe COVID. Choose whatever is available to you, at the Vaccination Centre.

Q: I am young. I believe I have good immunity. Do I need to still take the Vaccine?
A: Yes. No one is safe from COVID-19, not even the fittest and healthiest of individuals. Better safe, than sorry.

Q: I am hearing reports of people testing COVID-19 Positive even after receiving first dose of Vaccine. Is it even useful?
A: Most such reports are of healthcare professionals, who, by nature of their work, are always at high risk to contract the infection. First of all, the rate of infection after vaccination is much lower than the unvaccinated. And, even if such an infection occurs, by virtue of the vaccination, the body has a good titre of antibodies to limit the infection to a mild stage, thereby reducing the chance of progressing to severe COVID. Therefore, vaccines are useful, life-saving and effective!

Q: What are the common side effects I can expect after Vaccination?
A: Fever, headaches, bodyaches, fatigue, injection site pain are the common side effects, and they are manageable by a short course of Paracetamol. Most resolve by 2-3 days. You are observed for 30 minutes after receiving the dose, for any serious or severe effects, and even though they are rare to occur, there is definite treatment for each such serious effect.

Q: I recently tested COVID-19 Positive. Should I still take the vaccine?
A: Yes. You should receive the vaccine three months after testing COVID-19 Positive. Recent studies show that Reinfection rates I. COVID-19 Positive patients can be 1 in 5, and therefore Vaccination is the only sure shot path to develop long lasting immunity.

Q: I received the First Dose of the Vaccine and then tested COVID-19 Positive in between the two doses? Can I take the second dose?
A: You can receive the second dose three months after testing positive.

For more details, refer to
http://www.who.int
http://www.mohfw.gov.in

Everyone eligible register today for the vaccine asap. Plz don’t delay . Plz help all your servants, security, maids and friends also to register. It is important for our safety and the community.

Vaccines save lives! Vaccines defeat COVID-19!
Together we can!

Each one, Vaccinate one!

आज महफूज़ रहे तो कल मिल के खिलखिलाएँगे!

आज महफूज़ रहे तो कल मिल के खिलखिलाएँगे, गले भी मिलेगे और हाथ भी मिलाएंगे।।

आज सलामत रहे तो कल की सहर देखेंगे
आज पहरे मे रहे तो कल का पहर देखेंगें ।
सासों के चलने के लिए कदमों का रुकना ज़रूरी है
घरों मेँ बंद रहना दोस्तों हालात की मजबूरी है ।
अब भी न संभले तो बहुत पछताएंगे
सूखे पत्तों की तरह हालात की आंधी मे बिखर जाएंगे ।
यह जंग मेरी या तेरी नहीं हम सब की है
इस की जीत या हार भी हम सब की है ।
अपने लिए नहीं अपनों के लिए जीना है
यह जुदाई का ज़हर दोस्तो घूंट घूंट पीना है ।
आज महफूज़ रहे तो कल मिल के खिलखिलाएँगे
गले भी मिलेगे और हाथ भी मिलाएंगे।।।