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Travel Blogging is one of the most interesting and adventurous works, where you earn as well as travel to different places as a part of your work. Nothing can be more exciting than this.
In recent time, travel blogging has become popular among all the age groups. Whether it be a college-going student, retired person or someone from a middle-aged group, everyone is very fond of traveling. Here we bring you the stories of some crazy travel bloggers of different age who will surely inspire you to enjoy your life at fullest.
Below are some of the several Indian Travel Bloggers who are exploring out the world and are earning and are traveling all around the world. If you are a travel freak then you may follow them on Instagram also.
Shivya Nath: The Shooting Star
At the age of 23, Shivya left her corporate job to travel the globe. She prefers to travel slow, experience the local aura, stay and connect with the people. She does the same with her award-winning blog called ‘The Shooting Star’. In 2013, she bagged the title of ‘Best Travel Blogger’ at the Indian Blogger Awards for sharing her knowledge and ideas on how to travel like a local. She is undoubtedly the best Indian Travel bloggers to be followed on Instagram.
Anuradha Goyal: AnuReviews, Inditales
Since 2004, Anuradha Goyal has been passionate about sharing her life based on traveling and reading. Her book reviews are all lined under one blog called AnuReviews, and her travel stories are published on her different blog called Inditales. She is not only one of the niche Indian Travel Bloggers but has also authored the novel The Mouse Charmers – Digital Pioneers of India.
Lakshmi Sharath: A travel blog of an Indian Backpacker
Lakshmi Sharath is a multi-talented world traveler by being a media professional, a full-time traveler, blogger, travel content writer and also a photographer. Her blog named ‘A travel blog of an Indian Backpacker’ is based on her personal journeys worldwide and within India. In 2008, her blog was voted India’s best travel blog of the year. In 2014, she was featured internationally as one of the 100 travelers to follow on social media. She is one of the Indian Travel Bloggers as a ‘Perfectionist’.
Karthik Reddy: Romancing The Planet
After completing his MBA in 2012, Karthik Reddy decided to leave his comfort zone and travel instead, to get along as one of the finest Indian Travel Bloggers. In his travel blog, Romancing The Planet, he intends to share his experience and explore the world by getting involved in the location in depth. Through traveling, Karthik Reddy enjoys his passion for all these different cultures and finds his own way of life. To learn a little more on what to do or even where to go, check out his blog and his newly made Instagram page.
Sankara: Be on the road
Sankara is one of the top Indian travel bloggers who is also a biking enthusiast and blogger featured in various top media outlets. He specializes to show the beauty of the world in both texts and images through his writings and photographs. In his blog ‘Be on the road’, he writes about vegetarian cuisine, wildlife holidays and unique traditions. For those wishing to travel India and explore the Indian cultures, follow his Instagram today.
Ankita Sinha: Anki On The Move
Ankita Sinha has introduced to indulge her audience into adventure sports through her blog called Anki On The Move. It is probably one of the most classy adventure blogs where she pours out her words of ecstasy attained through traveling. She has been accredited for her writings and is one of the Best Indian Travel bloggers. You’ll get your adrenaline high by watching her videos of sightseeing and sports.
Siddhartha Joshi: The Wanderer
Siddhartha Joshi is one of India’s most successful and followed Indian travel bloggers on social media. He believes travel can break the barriers and increase your acceptance level. Through his writings and photos on his blog called ‘The Wanderer’, he desires to share his passion for humanity and traveling. Siddhartha Joshi’s biggest dream is to make the world reach no boundaries and that they can travel visa-free all around.
-Prepared by Bhavana Rathi of NewsGram. Twitter @tweet_bhavana
The Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to examine a seeking direction to the Election Commission to de-register a political party, which fails to comply with the court's direction to disclose criminal antecedents of candidates fielded in polls. Advocate Ashwini Upadhyay requested a bench headed by Chief Justice N.V. Ramana and comprising Justices A.S. Bopanna and Hima Kohli to list the petition urgently, against the backdrop of the ongoing election process. He contended that nomination for the first phase of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly election has started, and the political parties and candidates are brazenly violating the top court judgments.
After briefly hearing Upadhyay, the bench said: "We will consider it... will give a date".
The plea argued that allowing criminals to stand for election threatens democracy and secularism. | Wikipedia
The plea claimed that the cause of action for filing the plea arose after the Samajwadi Party fielded alleged gangster Nahid Hasan from Kairana but neither published his criminal records in electronic, print and social media nor the reason for his selection within 48 hours. On February 13, last year, Shamli police imposed the Gangster Act on Nahid Hasan, who is a two-time MLA from Kairana. "He (Hasan) has multiple criminal cases and is the 'mastermind' behind the Hindu exodus from Kairana. There are many criminal cases including fraud and extortion, and he was declared a fugitive by Special MLA-MP Court," the plea said.
The plea argued that the consequences of permitting criminals to contest and become legislators are extremely serious for democracy and secularism. The plea sought a direction to the Election Commission to take steps to ensure that every political party publishes the details regarding criminal cases of each candidate along with the reason for such selection on the homepage of its official website in bold letters within 48 hours in the spirit of top court orders passed on September 25, 2018, and February 2, 2020. (IANS/ MBI)
(Keywords: uttar pradesh assembly election, hima kohli, justices a.s. bopanna, chief justice n.v. ramana, political party, election commission, the supreme court, tainted candidates, action, plea)
There will be no chief guest at the Republic Day parade this year also as the plan to host state heads of five Central Asian countries -- Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan -- seems to have been cancelled due to the Covid situation in India as well as in the respective nations. Though the Ministry of External Affairs is yet to confirm this officially.
If the guests arrive, then this would be the second time when India hosts a group of state heads as the chief guests on the Republic Day. In 2018, state heads of ASEAN countries graced the occasion with their presence. Apart from Kazakhstan, none of these countries' state heads had been invited as the chief guests on the Republic Day. In 2009, Kazakhstan's then president Nursultan Nazarbayev was the Chief Guest.
The Government of India is in no mood to take any risk to invite any foreign guest.Unsplash
As per sources, due to the corona situation, the Government of India is in no mood to take any risk to invite any foreign guest, so the plan seems to have been cancelled. Last year, British Prime minister Boris Johnson was invited for the same, but later cancelled due to rising corona cases in the UK.
In the past, there have been occasions when the Republic Day ceremony was celebrated without any foreign guest. In 1966, there was no foreign chief guest in the Republic Day parade ceremony as the then Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri had passed away in Tashkent in January, and Indira Gandhi took oath as Prime Minister on January 24. (IANS/SP)
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A team of scientists from the Banaras Hindu University (BHU) have found a cure for those suffering from chronic wounds, particularly with diabetic foot ulcers. The team led by Prof Gopal Nath of the department of Microbiology, Institute of Medical Sciences, said that wounds that took months and years to heal, could now be cured in days or months. The findings of study have been published in the National Centre for Biotechnology Information, National Institutes of Health, US.
Prof Nath said that a wound is defined as a breach in the skin or body tissues due to injury. An acute wound is defined as a "recent break that is yet to progress through sequential stages of healing". The wounds where normal healing process is stalled due to underlying pathology (vascular and diabetes) or infection beyond three months is defined as chronic wound. While chronic wounds always get infected, the contaminated wounds are reasonably susceptible to infection.
A significant improvement could be achieved in the form of complete wound epithelization within a few weeks.Towfiqu barbhuiya / Unsplash
Infection with antibiotic-resistant bacteria and biofilm formation halt healing progress. These wounds cause significant psychological and physical morbidity. The traditional treatment strategies often succeed in healing wounds, he said adding that many wounds have been observed recalcitrant to them, leading to persistence and recurrent infections. Search for alternatives to antibiotics has now become a compulsion. Fortunately, bacteriophage therapy is a re-emerging solution to antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Prof Nath's team carried out phage therapy of acute and chronic infected wounds in animals and clinical studies. It showed efficacy against Pseudomonas aeruginosa in a mice wound model. Furthermore, they evaluated the efficacy of phage cocktails in animal models' acute and chronic osteomyelitis caused by methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. They also observed biofilm eradication from K wire in rabbits' wound infection model. Clinical trials of phage therapy initiated by the BHU have reported the efficacy of topical phage in healing chronic wounds in three prospective exploratory studies and no adverse events mimicking the results in vivo animal models.
Scientists have found a cure for those suffering from diabetic foot ulcers. Unsplash
A clinical study by Gupta demonstrated the significant role of bacteriophage therapy in the chronic wounds associated with antibiotic-resistant bacteria. The study employed a total of twenty patients with chronic non-healing ulcers for more than six weeks duration. A significant improvement could be achieved in the form of complete wound epithelization within a few weeks. Another study, employing 48 patients having a minimum of one eligible full-thickness wound that did not heal in six weeks with convention wound management, showed the promising result, and significant improvement was observed in the wound healing.
The study projected that specific phage therapy is equally effective regardless of the diabetic or non-diabetic status of the patient though the healing was relatively delayed in diabetic patients. Another successful study has shown encouraging results on healing process of infected acute traumatic wounds. The average number of days required for complete granulation of wounds and attaining sterility and healing was half compared to conventional therapy. (IANS/SP)
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