Live all you can: it is a mistake not to. It doesn;t matter what you do in particular,solong as you have your life.If you havent had that, what have you had?
Measure your health by your sympathy with morning and Spring. If there is no response in you to the awakening of nature, if the prospect of an early morning walk does not banish sleep, if the warble of the first bluebird does not thrill you, know that the morning and spring of your life are past. Thus you may feel your pulse.- Henry David Thoreau
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|IIT AGNE Hosts Our Connected World And 21st Century Medicine|
How can a Radiologist read MRI scans in an ER across the globe? Can someone assess an ECG sitting at home? Can you reach and monitor patients living in remote areas? Come find out on When: 2- 4 PM, Saturday, May 21st, 2016 at the IIT AGNE event.
|2nd Bike For Dharma: In Support Of The Veterans|
In May 2015, Team Maruti, a team of bicycling enthusiasts (many with no prior experience) from Bharathi Vidyashram and the Hindu Temple of New Hampshire rallied to “Bike for Dharma” as part of the 2015 Honor Ride New Hampshire in support of the nation’s injured veterans, and contributed over $1300 to the event through their participation. Bharathi Vidyashram and the Hindu Temple of New Hampshire are once again happy to encourage you to join in the second “Bike for Dharma” as part of this year’s Honor Ride around Nashua, NH, on June 4th, 2016, and make a difference in the lives of our healing heroes.
|Music Review: Top Ten Bollywood Songs Of The Week|
by Priyanka Jain
This week’s hits include the song “Salamat” from Aishwarya’s new movie, Sarbjit, where she co-stars with Randeep Hooda, Richa Chadda and Darshan Kumar. “High Heels” and “Let’s Nacho” still steal the top of the charts! These are the perfect songs you want to include at your next event! Another party track is “Akhaan.” Check ‘em out! [more]
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, who returned from Cannes on Tuesday morning decided to skip the musical evening of her upcoming film 'Sarbjit'. [more]
|Nine-year-old Oyon Ganguli Of Waltham, MA Wins The Mighty Minds Contest|
Nine-year-old Oyon Ganguli of Waltham, Massachusetts recently won the Mighty Minds contest, an American youth inventors competition jointly run by the National Inventors Hall of Fame and Camp Invention, a youth educational summer camp. His winning entry, called "The Cleaner", was made in collaboration with his friend Mateo Rosado. [more]
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