World Hypertension Day

World Hypertension Day Today, we are beginning to celebrate World Hypertension Day due to the tension born of human life. World Hypertension Day is celebrated every year on May 17th worldwide. Hypertension or high blood pressure is a disease that has any prey. But this can happen only because of mental depression or stress, but because of bad habits. Do you know that due to wrong eating habits, obesity, and disorderly lifestyle, there is hypertension too? The overwhelming burden on mind-brain also plays an important role in the formation of hypertension. Therefore, doctors often advise you not to stress. Due to being stressful, hypertension disease has become quite common. At first, it was only in the grip of adults, but now even the young children are becoming victims of it. According to the statistics, after about 60 years, about 50 percent of the people are in the grip. Increasing the…

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Christchurch New Zealand

Christchurch: The day of March 15th. In the afternoon, an armed shooter rained indiscriminately on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. More than 27 people are reported to have died. The Bangladeshi cricket team also read the prayer here. The players had to run away and return to the ground. The third test was canceled between New Zealand and Bangladesh. The New Zealand Police has taken the attacker into custody. But the most important thing is that the 28-year-old Australian youth shared a Manifesto 74 page on his social media account before attacking these two mosques. Although New Zealand Police has suspended the Twitter handles of this young man, this manifesto is present in the media. In this, the young man has told many reasons behind his attack. Take a look at these 11 reasons which have been included in this manifesto. 1. As long as one white man is…

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The 360 is a feature designed to show you diverse perspectives on the day’s top stories.  Democrats vying to be the party’s nominee for president in 2020 are in the spotlight for their stances on reparations — the idea that African-Americans should receive financial compensation for the legacy of slavery and the Jim Crow era. Why it’s in the news: Last month at a CNN town hall, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders was asked about reparations and responded: “What does that mean? What do they mean? I’m not sure anyone’s very clear.” Sanders elaborated in a March 4 radio interview — when asked if he would support “free cash payouts” to African-Americans, he said: “No. Do you mean a check to every African-American? Well, then, that means a check to every Native American that were wiped out when the settlers came. I think the way we go forward is to…

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Unconditional-Surrender

The picture that has become the symbol of love and romance in the world, has started questioning him. In Florida, a famous statue ‘Unconditional Surrender‘ created in memory of a historic moment during the war has been damaged by some people and wrote ‘#MeToo’ with red spray on it. Actually, the story behind this statue is very different. After the end of World War II, people were celebrating happiness. An American sailor, George Mendonsa, was also very happy to think that he will not have to go back to the sea. A nurse in Times Square was also standing. George was so happy that he grabbed the nurse standing in front of him and kissed him. Sailor George Mendonsa, who was made in the statue, passed away on Monday at the age of 95. The nurse’s name in the statue is Greta Friedman, who is currently 95 years old. He…

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