Is Yogabhyasa (starting from awakening of Kundalini) impossible in Kaliyug and does Krishna forbid it in Gita?
- 26 Mar 2021
A coronavirus variant identified in South Africa has been suggested to be more infectious by initial evidence and reports show more young people getting infected with the new strain. But what really raises our concern is that some scientists are impugned about the capacity of vaccines. They doubt that the South African strand may not be as vulnerable to COVID-19 vaccines as other strains.READ MORE
US Elections 2020, the most crucial event for every American citizen and the whole world which took place in the month of November 2020 is now being questioned for being fair due to many reasons combined. One such reason surfaced recently which claims that there are certain “foreign links” associated with the alleged rigging of US Elections, and to be more precise, the Pakistani ISI.READ MORE
Thanks to the new variant, the city of London has almost become unrecognisable at this time of the year, when it is otherwise bustling and crowded with happy faces. Meanwhile, over 40 countries have cut off travel ties with the U.K. to prevent its spread including India. The new strain is much more contagious but is it more deadly?READ MORE
The United States Food and Drug Administration issued its first emergency use Authorization (EUA) for Pfizer. This followed approvals by the UK, Canada, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and Mexico. Clinical trials have shown this mRNA-based vaccine, and a similar one produced by Moderna, to be between 90-95% effective in preventing Covid-19 infections. However, the one immune from the aftereffects of vaccine is not you but the vaccine itself. Ironical much?READ MORE
While the concept of radio bursts isn't new to scientists, this is the first time Earth has remained a witness to such extra mundane radiation. Fast radio bursts are bright bursts of radio waves from astronomical objects across galaxies. In a first, FRB 200428 was accompanied with X-rays and could be traced to a magnetar.READ MORE
The moon which was believed to be bone dry until around a decade ago, when a series of astronomical findings suggested that there are traces of water on its surface, has lately been the cynosure of many eyes. NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) has confirmed, for the first time, water on the sunlit surface of the Moon.READ MORE