June 16, 2019

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Skinvita Clinic – Skincare at it’s best!

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Nobody likes dullness and blemishes on their skin or unhealthy hair, which is why one spends a lot on skin care and hair care products every month. But, given the choices of products and services, it is important to be perceptive in what product you pick for your skin and hair. Everyone has a unique skin type that has different needs, which only an expert can understand.

Established in the year 2019, Skinvita Clinic is the ‘brainchild’ of the popular Dermatologist and Cosmetologist – Dr. Sachin Varma and is located in the heart of the city. It is a multi-specialty skin & hair care centre, which is well-equipped with modern amenities.

Skinvita Clinic understands your needs. That’s why we have designed customized skin care solutions to give you a rewarding experience.

Here are the top skin and hair care solutions offered by Skinvita Clinic:


Clinical Dermatology

– CoolSculpting

– Skin biopsy & Diagnostic tests

– Woods lamp examination

– Davlin phototherapy

– Infrared light for chronic ulcers

– Medical tattoos

– Biologics for severe skin diseases

– Facilities for detection and treatment of chronic eczema, allergies, etc


Aesthetic Dermatology


– Botox & Fillers

– Thread lifts


– Chemical peels

– Microdermabrasion

– Dermapen (Microneedling)

– Carbon peels

– Photofacials

– Anti-ageing treatments


– Double chin reduction

– Mesotherapy

– Lasers and more




– Conmed electrosurgery (USFDA approved)

– Radio frequency surgery

– Cryosurgery (Cryopen) USFDA approved

– Dermapen and dermaroller microneedling

– Acne scar surgery

– Vitiligo surgeries

– Melanocyte transplant

– Hair transplant

– Ear and nose piercing

– Ear lobe repair

– Nail surgeries

– Scar revisions and more


Hair Treatment


– Trichoscopy

– Hair density assessment

– Microneedling and mesotherapy


– Low-level laser treatment (LLLT)

– Hair transplant


Our services combine high-end technology and medication to give you a proper treatment.

Quite often, it gets difficult for you to decide what’s good for your hair and skin. That’s why you can’t take any chances and need to trust only the expert. In this regard the services by Skinvita Clinic seem promising. Try them and share your experience with us.

A Big Modi Wave brings new possibility

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Riding on a massive saffron surge sweeping through most parts of India, the BJP-led NDA government looks set to become the only non-Congress government to return to power in the Indian political history. After Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi, Narendra Modi is also the third prime minister of India who has been able to retain power for a second term with full majority in Lok Sabha. 

Today the  Sensex recorded its sharpest intra-day fall in the past 11 years in absolute terms. The index closed at 38,811 levels – down 299 points fir the day and 1,314 points from intra-day high level of 40,125. In the process, the index posted its sharpest intra-day decline since January 21, 2008. Vedanta Limited, ITC, Tata Motors, HDFC Bank, Bajaj Finance led the list of losers. Out of the 30 BSE constituents, 16 ended in the red.

Also these days the youth of India are more conscious about the election and results. Young Indians are so serious about the elections that over 8 in 10 believe voting should be made compulsory while around two-thirds said they cast their votes every time without fail, the survey showed.Talking about the participation of youth in election. A small district of Begusarai had a difficult choice to make – two firebrand politicians, debutant Kanhaiya Kumar from the CPI and Giriraj Singh from BJP and they seem to have picked Singh’s saffron over Kumar’s red by huge margin.

DIYguru signed MOU with CMRTC & Hyderabad Institute of Electrical Engineers for Electric Vehicle Training

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Hyderabad: DIYguru, the maker’s learning platform of India on Monday signed an memorandum of understanding (MoU) with CMR Technical Campus, Hyderabad & Hyderabad Institute of Electrical Engineers for imparting classroom training on Electric Vehicle.

It will facilitate the training of trainers, students, course development and the upgradation of the same as per the changes of technology in the automotive sector.

It will also facilitate industry tie-ups which will benefit the  students of Hyderabad  in terms of internships and placements at leading companies of the automotive sector.

Shri C. Gopal Reddy, Chairman, CMR said, “The curricula of all programs offered by CMR is designed in consultation with the industry and the concerned sector skill councils. For programs offered in DIYguru, This MOU will further strengthen the cooperation between CMR and DIYguru and reduce the gap between industry and academia.”

Shri Sreedhar Thokala, CEO of HIEE said ” We are happy to introduce EV training to Electrical Engineering students who are coming at our institute. We will be introducing 3 Months Regular classroom program with placement assistance to EV enrolled students.

Avinash Singh, CEO, DIYguru said, “India is fast becoming a global hub for the Auto sector and with such tie ups, we are certain that we will get the right talent for the automotive sector.”


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It is perhaps the most remarkable ability which allows us to be entitled “humans”, this: being capable of adapting before an exceptional amount of diverse stimuli as well as taking the world which is displayed before one’s eyes into a deep and conscious analysis, understanding that our presence in its volatile dynamics is one of crucial importance.

The practice of analyzing and reading the world critically with curious and unquiet eyes, building and reconstructing social structures is a latent necessity proposed to humanity at present given the brutal dynamicity of modern times with which the newest feats turn into blunt obsolescence in the slightest flinch of the clock. Undoubtedly, on such note, reading inter and intrapersonal behaviors are an exciting challenge to undertake.

I am constantly caught pondering on what true effects virtualization nuanced in new technological trends may apply to people in general but more specifically to the youngest portion of the population. Paradoxes are always a fundamental part of my endeavors in trying to grasp any more solid understandings. At the same pace that I see technology as a marvelous world of unfold discoveries and tools, I also see some considerably gloomy prospects.

Education has always been and remains, in my perspective, the central point for effective and conscious social and communitarian readings when proposed in critical terms of understanding, questioning and (re)edifying panoramas of civil interaction. Education has had to, through the course of human history, shape itself to best fit humanity’s most acute needs. Never before, however, changes have been proposed and, perhaps, demanded so dramatically as in latest modernity.

When contemplating infancy and adolescence, the development and consolidation of neurological components are a matter that automatically comes into the picture as well as the care and aspiration for the healthy and prolific development of the young in socially rich environments of public domain. The strengthening of friendship and kinship bonds, along with the longing of “being a part” of a group are a crucial reassuring and invite to permeate and participate in communities and exercise the sense of citizenship. I must hereby attest my great concern on the disturbing misconceptions conveyed and, why not, postulated, by the media and the big opinion-making vehicles in which violence, rejection and disunity are bold colors on a much-acclaimed canvas.

Perhaps one great impossibility would be to imagine dwellers of the XXI century without technology or informatics, a folly in reality, however, a solid impasse is presented when we recognize that the scenario turns muskier as virtualized contacts and domains are the default feature of a society that barely recalls how to survive without the aid of mobile phones and virtual technology. It is uncontestable that the advancements brought by informatics and the digital technology are of unmeasurable value. The possibility of being able to reach information broadcast from all parts of the globe in instants; researches, health-related findings, entertainment and communication have much to be thankful to the vertiginous climbing in the reinvention of technology. Ironically, however, it is in the era of information and dynamic communication that research indexes show the highest numbers of functional literacy (when the absence of critical interpretation is elevated despite the ability of properly reading words), suicide and depression.

The virtualization of personal relationships may have been, on the exponential inverse of qualitative technological evolution, one of our societies’ heaviest and most challenging burdens as it, almost integrally, implies in an automatic banalization of human interaction at present time and flesh as the concepts of “here” and “now” have been abruptly reshaped. The unmatchable bliss of being swallowed by a kind hug while feeling the exuding heat of another human skin in a synergic exchange with your own holds an unparalleled testimony of the unmistakable longing, in profound honesty attested, that humans are highly sociable beings who need care and fellowship in physical and tangible fashions.


Moser Baer story – Deepak Puri

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Deepak Puri, chairman and managing director of Moser Baer, is one such Bruce of the modern times.

He never complained or looked for excuses; he tried to find solutions. If he had problems at the Indian ports, he set up his own supply chain. If he had problems with power shortage, he did not crib. He just went on to set up a captive unit.

He faced a series of setbacks in the 40 years of his business life, but he never quit.

A masters in mechanical engineering from the Imperial College of Science and Technology, London, UK, Deepak started his business career from Kolkata.

His first factory — Metal Industries Pvt. Ltd — manufactured aluminum wires and pipes and AC conductors. But, labour militancy — this was when the trade unions in Bengal ruled the roost — forced him to shut down his factory.

This did not deter him. He started a second business — this one was about manufacturing time recording devices for the banking industry. But, before Deepak could even settle down, the militant labour union members stormed into his unit and poured acid on some of his machines. Both his attempts to do business had come to a naught.

His wife and wholetime director and promoter of Moser Baer, Nita Puri recalls the tough times. She says, “In spite of all this, he fought all the way. He did not buckle. He was gheraoed at his plant but it didn’t bother him. Only when they actually gheraoed our home that we decided to move out.”

Deepak was down but not out and he was ready for the third attempt. “It was pure chance. I knew nothing about floppies, those days” confides the chairman and managing director of Moser Baer, adding, “Actually, I went to Mumbai to a friend’s office. Those were the days of power shortage in Mumbai and people used to practice self-regulated power shedding. They switched off their electrical power voluntarily in their offices and houses.”

“When I entered his office, he was fanning himself with a newspaper. So, I picked up the first object I came across to fan myself with — an 8-inch square black object. But before I could begin fanning myself with it, my friend grabbed it back! It was a floppy disc. Believe me, I knew nothing about it or its data storage capacity.”

Deepak had just spotted a business opportunity.

Wasting no time, he flew to California to talk to Xidex, then the largest manufacturer of data storage media in the world. India was not a known country at least on the technology front, those days. But the enthusiasm and conviction that Deepak brought to the table impressed Xidex to partner with him.

Thus Moser Baer came into being in 1983.

The company, which started with 8-inch and 5.5-inch disks today, ranks among the top three optical and magnetic storage (which includes CDs, DVDs, CD-Rs, CD-RWs and Lightscribe CD-Rs in the world.) Moser Baer stands for technology that matches the best in the world.

In R&D, it has set many industry benchmarks. It is the lowest cost optical media manufacturer in the world and has a human resource pool that is proud of every disk that leaves its facilities, with the ‘Made in India’ stamp, flashing proudly on it.

What makes him tick?

So, what keeps them at the head of the line and prevents them from stagnating? Listen to what Raghavendra Rao, an analyst from Frost & Sullivan, a leading business consulting firm that offers market research and analysis, says: “They keep on attempting to improve themselves. When their products start maturing or declining, they are ready with the next one. When the floppies went out, they moved onto CDs, and when CDs were in the mature phase, they moved onto DVDs, which are now in the growth phase. When the DVDs go into the nest phase of maturity, they will be ready with the next product.”

And Deepak Puri knows that the fun has only just begun. To this day, Deepak keeps on trying — this time to make Moser Baer an all-encompassing technology company, which will last 100 years from today.

His grit and business sense should make this a easy goal to achieve! Truly, he’s King Bruce for the modern age.

Moser Baer got Rajiv Gandhi National quality award along with Padma shree.

Originally taken from Rediff

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