News By/Courtesy: Kasturi Nandi | 14 Oct 2020 22:13pm IST

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The struggle for independence was thus over by 15th August 1947. But the attainment of independence was not an end itself. It was only the beginning of a struggle, the struggle to live as an independent nation and at the same time, establish a democracy based on the ideas of justice, liberty, equality, and fraternity. The need for a new Constitution forming the basic law of the land for the realization of these ideas was paramount. Therefore, one of the first tasks undertaken by independent India was the framing of a new Constitution. According to the federal classification followed by political scientists, Constitutions are either unitary or federal. In a unitary constitution, the powers of the Government are centralized in one government the Central Government. The province is subordinate to the Centre. In a Federal Constitution, on the other hand, there is a division of powers between the Federal and the State Governments and both are independent in their own spheres.

India is the country that occupies the greater part of South Asia. Its capital is New Delhi, built in the 20th Century just south of the historic hub of Old Delhi to serve as India’s administrative center. Its government is a Constitutional republic that represents a highly diverse population consisting of thousands of ethnic groups and likely hundreds of languages. With roughly one-sixth of the world’s total population, India is the second-most populous country, after China. It is known from archaeological evidence that a highly sophisticated urbanized culture the Indus civilization dominated the northwestern part of the subcontinent. From that period on, India functioned as a virtually self-contained political and cultural arena, which gave rise to a distinctive tradition that was associated primarily with Hinduism, the roots of which can largely be traced to the Indus civilization. Other religions there are Buddhism and Jainism originated in India, though their presence there is now quite small and throughout the centuries residents of the subcontinent developed a rich intellectual life in such fields as mathematics, astronomy, architecture, literature, music, and fine arts.

Throughout its history, India was intermittently disturbed by incursions from beyond its northern mountain wall. Especially important was the coming of Islam, brought from the northwest by Arab, Turkish Persian, and other raiders beginning early in the 8th century Eventually, some of those raiders stayed by the 13th century much of the subcontinent was under Muslim rule, and the number of Muslims steadily increased. Only after the arrival of the Portuguese navigator Vasco da Gama in 1498 and the subsequent establishment of European maritime supremacy in the region did India become exposed to major external influences arriving at sea.

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HEALTH AND FOOD

Good nutrition is one of the keys to a healthy life. You can improve your health by keeping a balanced diet. You should eat foods that contain vitamins and minerals. They include fruits, vegetables, whole grains, dairy, and some sources of animal protein. Ask yourself the following questions. If you answer yes to any of them, talk to your doctor about your health. You may need to improve your eating habits in nutrition. A) If you have any health problems or risk factors, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, or high cholesterol. B) Did your doctor tell you that you can improve your condition with better nutrition. It can be hard to change your eating habits. It helps to focus on small changes. Making changes to your diet may also be beneficial if you have diseases that can be worsened by the things you eat or drink. Symptoms from conditions such as kidney disease, lactose intolerance, and celiac disease can all benefit from changes in the diet below are suggestions to improve your health. Be sure to stay in touch with your doctor so he or she knows how you are doing.

Find the strengths and weaknesses of your current diet. If do you eat regularly fruits, vegetables, enough calcium, and whole-grain high-fiber foods then you are on the right track! If not, add more of these foods to your daily diet. You’ll see if you need to eat more or less from certain food groups. Think about asking for help from a dietitian. He or she can help you follow a special diet, especially you have a health issue. Almost everyone can benefit from cutting back on unhealthy fat. If you currently eat a lot of fat, commit to cutting back and changing your habits. Unhealthy fats include things such as fatty cuts pork, beef and lamb, and high-fat dairy food whole milk, butter, cheeses. The bake, grill, or broil meat instead of frying it. Remove the skin before cooking chicken or turkey. Eat fish at least once a week. Reduce extra fat this includes butter on bread, sour cream on baked potatoes, and salad dressings. Use low-fat or non-fat versions of these foods. Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables with your meals and as snacks. Read the nutrition level before you buy them. If you need help with the labels, ask your doctor dietitian. When you eat out, be aware of hidden fats and larger portion sizes. Staying hydrated is important for good health. Drink zero or low calories beverages, such as water or tea. Sweetened drinks lots of sugar and calories to your diet. This includes fruit juice, soda, sports, and enjoy a drink and flavored milk and sweetened ice tea.   

 

This article does not intend to hurt the sentiments of any individual, community, sect, or religion, etcetera. This article is based purely on the author’s personal opinion and views in the exercise of the Fundamental Rights guaranteed under Article 19(1)(A) and other related laws being enforced in India for the time being.

 

Section Editor: Pushpit Singh | 18 Oct 2020 9:34am IST


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