Brain trusts eyes more than hands?

Have you ever thought which part of your body the brain trust the most, eyes or hand?? We were made to learn in childhood about nervous systems, neurons, stimulus and what not? Entire human physiology that we learnt states that the brain has the ability to detect and do things as a response to the
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What Politicians Are Doing Now..! Since elections in quite a few constituencies are over I decided to visit some of those who had stood for the elections and find out what they were doing, “Where is your husband?” I asked the wife of an independent candidate, who had lost his deposit in the last ten
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-:R Muthu Kumar:- In a huge diplomatic victory for India, the UN Security Council (UNSC) declared Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist, two-and-half months after his outfit carried out the ghastly terror attack in Kashmir’s Pulwama. India has welcomed the move saying that “it is a step in the right direction”.
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Dr Bharat Jhunjhunwala Author was formerly Professor of Economics at IIM Bengaluru The BJP is committed to the protection of the cow. This is welcome. However, the policy implementedby it is leading to exactly the opposite result. The cow will become extinct like the lion and may be found only in the goshalas in the
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Raskhan V.V.S.Manian Love is inaccessible, incomplete, immeasurable’ It is like the ocean He who comes to its shore will not go back When he drank the wine of love Varuna became the Lord of the waters Because he drank poison out of Love The Lord of the Mountain (Shiva) is worshipped. Raskhan Syed Ibrahim Raskhan
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Something that startles me no end is to hear people talk about old hurts, insults and old humiliations, and know that forgiveness has not taken place. And as I listen to bitter, shrill voice expounding on such old incidents, I want to shake them and say, “It’s you who are killing yourself carrying your bitterness
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My daughter just sent me a photo, where she is sitting on a cycle in Central Park, New York. Under the photo, she has written, ‘thank you for teaching me cycling daddy!’ It was while looking at her picture that I came across this lovely article on cycling: At first, I saw God as my
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V.V.S.Manian 50 years ago, Apollo 8 mission kicked Space Race into full speed. The 8 astronauts –the first ever to orbit the moon, captured the iconic “Earthrise” photo exposing in great detail than ever the vastness of space and the fragility of our planet. “With a powerful cultural significance, Apollo 8 sent back a famous
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V.V.S.Manian A talent of a good singer is judged when he captivates the audience with his magical voice and imaginative presentation of a variety of appealing ragas. The audience glued to their seat show their awe and admiration by acknowledging the singer and accompanist with loud cheer and applause. Ramakrishnan Murthy’s concert on Tuesday for
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Dr Bharat Jhunjhunwala Author was formerly Professor of Economics at IIM Bengaluru Author’s phone: 85278-29777 Mr. Sat Pal Malik, Governor of Jammu and Kashmir converted the Jammu and Kashmir Bank (JKB) into a Public Sector Undertaking soon after he imposed President’s Rule in the State. The Government of J&K holds 59 percent shares in the
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