ICN Web Music Fest 2020 : The World Drowned In Musical Ocean On Gandhi Jayanti

Those who till date have been trying to measure and assess Mahatma Gandhi only through his physical shape and related facts, should understand clearly that Gandhi was not a person or a mere fact of history but rather he is an idea and a culture.  No culture has ever been able to grow in any particular physical shape, but culture always comes into existence through a particular pattern of social interrelationship of specific ideas and perform their journey like the essence of flowers. The facts related to Gandhi are not…

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Food Security: Irradiation Technology Essential To Minimise Post Harvest Losses

By: Rakesh Lohumi, Sr. Editor-ICN Group SHIMLA: Extensive use of irradiation technology to minimise post-harvest crop losses is imperative to ensure food security in a developing country like India with meagre land resources and a burgeoning population. Increasing production alone will not help given the unacceptably high levels of post-harvest losses which wipe out more than one-third of the total food and foodgrain production. While exact data for post-harvest crop losses is not available various independent studies and government reports estimate the losses from 35 to 55 percent. Globally the magnitude of…

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WORLD HEART DAY 2020 : “Use Heart To Beat Cardiovascular Disease”

By: Dr. Shazia Israr, Deputy Editor-ICN Group The theme for this year’s World Heart Day on September 29th is “Use Heart To Beat Cardiovascular Disease” World Heart Day is a campaign established to spread awareness about the health of heart among common people all through the world. This initiative was founded in the year 2000 to inform people to take care of their heart. It is celebrated annually all over the world on 29th of September. A huge percentage of common public in the society is suffering from the heart diseases like…

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Shaheen Bagh : From A Nondescript Identity To Its International Fame

By: Dr. Mohammad Aleem, Editor, ICN Group NEW DELHI: Shaheen Bagh, a colony of Jamia Nagar in South East Delhi, had no any specific recognition until it became a center of agitation against the discriminatory citizenship law passed on December 11, 2019, during the Monsoon session of parliament by the Narendra Modi Government under the stewardship of his trusted lieutenant, Amit Shah, Home Minister of India. The first spark of agitation had ignited from Jamia Millia Islamia, a central university, when it’s bright and visionary students soon got the wind about what…

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Teacher’s Day 2020: The Mission Of Global Renaissance Of Education Through ICN Platform

Education is the name of ideal coordination between our scientific and technological achievements and nature. We are the gift of nature, so living with nature should be the sole objective of our education. Sometimes our externalities and insights fall prey to asymmetrical cataracts and in such a situation, to clear the fog between ’cause and consequence’, someone having vision and clarity becomes necessary to solve those entangled situations and make a clear route chart between our ‘intentions’ and ‘destination’.The shortest but most clear and effective definition of education can be…

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ICN Advocates For New Medical System In Its Global Health Festival

NEW DELHI/LUCKNOW: The war is at its peak. There is no dividing line, no border, nor any border between the two warring armies. The enemies known as Covid-19 are present in every area of ​​the world and the health soldiers are fighting with it to save humanity everywhere in the world.Perhaps the world has never seen such a war, probably since ancient times there is no description of any such battle even in the ancient history and probably no dreamer could find any sign of this situation even in the…

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The Day Of Ashura Is Being Observed On 10th Muharram With Fasting And Prayer

Ashura marks the martyrdom of Imam Hussein, a grandson of the Prophet Mohammed martyred in the year 680 while refusing the Caliph Yazid’s right to rule the Islamic world. NEW DELHI: One of the most significant events during the month is Ashura.Muharram is the first month of the Islamic calendar. It is also known as Muharram al-Haram, or the Sacred Muharram. Muslims around the world will be taking the time for introspection, thinking over their previous year and how they might wish to better themselves. This is on the 10th day…

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The Dragons Tale

By: Abhinav Malhotra Insights to BRI, Manufacturing sector of China and positioning of Vietnam with India “All men can see these tactics whereby I conquer, but what none can see is the strategy out of which the Victory is evolved.” -Sun Tzu These words by Sun Tzu, a Chinese Military strategist, have never held more relevance than they do now. In this precise article let us just ponder on a few relevant points as to how and why China is growing into a world superpower and how does it affect…

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ICN Octave-2020: The World Dives Into The Musical Ocean

Music is not only a means of entertainment only but also a certified and established medical therapy, which increases the immunity of the human body by planting divine energy in the brain and the one becomes able to stay healthy or be healthy by countering any disease or infection. There is an old saying – ‘Nero was playing the flute while Rome was burning’.  Perhaps in the eyes of the creator of this proverb, Nero’s idleness may be stagnation and avoidance of dure responsibilities, and it may be that Nero…

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ICN World Organized A Webshop/Webinar On International Rural Entrepreneurship In Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

ICN’s Mission : Green Spots Under International Rural Entrepreneurship HO CHI MINH CITY,VIETNAM, 9th August, 2020:  The world is struggling with Covid-19 nowadays, and not only this but it is watching the great superpowers with frightened eyes weighing subversive weapons in their both hands, and step by step it is feeling itself helpless on the slippery path of possible World War.In this fearing atmosphere, when someone talks about world development, it becomes a surprise as well as relief that humanity is still beating heartily in some people. Hunger in any part…

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