Nobel Prizes In Literature Awarded To Austria’s Peter Handke And Poland’s Olga Tokarczuk

Austrian author and playwright Peter Handke has been awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature for 2019, with 2018’s postponed award going to Polish writer Olga Tokarczuk. The 2018 Nobel Prize in literature has been awarded to Polish author Olga Tokarczuk “for a narrative imagination that with encyclopedic passion represents the crossing of boundaries as a form of life,” while the 2019 prize went to Austrian author Peter Handke. The Swedish Academy announced the winners of the 2018 and 2019 Nobel Prizes in Literature. Because scandal postponed last year’s winner announcement, two prizes are being…

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Personal Hygiene For Toddlers

By: G. P. Sinha, Consulting Editor-ICN Group Good Hygiene Habits Start Early LUCKNOW: There’s more to hygiene than hand washing, though that’s a good start. Setting up a routine of healthy hygiene when your kids are young can create habits that last throughout their lives. Use our head to toenails guide and create good hygiene habits for your kids Hair Washing Most younger children can get away with washing their hair two or three times a week. In fact, washing hair too often can dry out young scalps, making them…

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A Place Of Social Harmony: Part 2

By: Mohammad Salim Khan, Sub Editor-ICN  Lets know about Sahaswan SAHASWAN/BUDAUN: In Distt. Budaun. U.P. Sahaswan is a good example of Social harmony and integrity.In British rule Sahaswan has been a District headquarter from 1801 to 1835.Dak Bangla was the residence of Distt.Magistrate at that time. There was a Distt. Magistrate whose name was lord Wilson. He would morning walk on a road alongwith his wife.Since then this road is known as Darling road which is very famous.There is a main market which is known as Bazaar Wilson ganj.Sahaswan has been a…

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IMA Lucknow Organises A Press Conference On World Mental Health Day 10th October 2019….Suicide Prevention

Suicide is an act of purposefully ending ones own life which is not only a personal tragedy but a loss which affects an entire family and nation.  The good news is that it is preventable and we can do something about it. According to WHO data, the age standardized suicide rate in India is 16.4 per 100,000 for women (6th highest in the world) and 25.8 for men (ranking 22nd). Around 150 million Indians are are suffering from mental illness but only ten percent can get the treatment  and this…

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