Tuesday, April 30, 2019

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Stubborn ills could kill 10mn by ’50

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Friday, April 26, 2019

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Monday, April 22, 2019

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Source: INQUILAB-22nd April,2019

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Source: INQUILAB-22nd April,2019

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Kya hamare talba muqabla jati imtehanaat ke liye tayyar hain? Qaumi satah par darja naham mein zere taleem muslim talba ke liye National minority Talent search imtehaan (NMTSE)2019

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Cancer ki shikaar 10 saala bachchi ne hospital ke kamre mein company qayam kar ke kai zindagiyan badal dee

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Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Genius! Husband Invents ‘Toilet Bed’ For Ailing Wife, Wins National Innovation Prize

Source: https://www.thebetterindia.com/176465/tamil-nadu-man-invents-remote-controlled-toilet-bed-wins-national-innovation-price/

A welder by profession, it was not very difficult for Saravanamuthu to create the bed. The invention worked, and his wife was saved from the embarrassment of soliciting the aid of others.

Necessity is the mother of all inventions.’
This phrase could not have been more relevant in S. Saravanamuthu’s life. In 2014, his wife Krishnammal was bedridden for three months after a surgery rendering her dependent on her family for even the smallest everyday tasks.

Both of them felt helpless. So, 40-year-old Saravanamuthu developed a bed with an attached toilet pot that helps a patient relieve herself without anyone’s assistance.

S. Saravanamuthu invented remote control toilet bed for his wife that won him the National Innovation Prize

Speaking to The Better India (TBI), the resident of Tamil Nadu’s Thalavaipuram, Saravanamuthu says,
It was very difficult for my wife to depend on people, something she has never done in her life. She preferred controlling herself over asking for people’s help. This was affecting her health, so I decided to make a bed with a provision of a toilet.
A welder by profession, it was not very difficult for Saravanamuthu to create the bed. The invention worked, and his wife was saved from the embarrassment of soliciting the aid of others.
How the Remote-Controlled Toilet Bed works

The cot is fitted with a 12 V battery to operate two gear motors for moving the attached toilet pot vertically and sideways. He has also incorporated a remote-controlled flushing system for the pot, which makes it easy for the user to flush after use.

The remote-controlled flushing system for the pot makes it easy for the user to flush after use

It comes with a flush tank, a closet and a pipe connected to the septic tank. The patient can operate the toilet with the help of a remote. The buttons help them open the shutter and the closet as well as flushing the toilet.
From A Labourer to a National Innovation Prize Winner
After a regional newspaper wrote about his invention, Saravanamuthu got his first order in 2015 from a man in Chennai whose mother had been bedridden for six years. Gradually, as word got around, the requests for his invention increased.
However, being an uneducated daily-wage labourer, and a lack of confidence, stopped him from continuing with making the beds. Besides, he did not have that kind of financial resources.
“When I told people about a demand for a similar bed in Chennai, they didn’t take me seriously. While some people ridiculed me, some of my family members encouraged me,” says Saravanamuthu. Nonetheless, he asked the Chennai man for advance and sent the bed to him.
Finally, a few months later, he got an opportunity to speak to the former President of India, APJ Abdul Kalam, who motivated him to apply for the National Innovation Foundation, a government undertaking that helps strengthen technological innovations at the grassroots level.
The man applied and against his expectations, he won!

He received a trophy, a certificate and Rs 2 lakh from President Ram Nath Kovind along with a reimbursement of Rs 35,000 for making the prototype.

Saravanamuthu with his family

So, has life changed after the recognition and commendations from the President of India?
“Not really,” says Saravanamuthu. “The only difference is that my fellow villagers have started taking me more seriously. The ones who criticised earlier are now treating me with respect.”
Since he won the award, he has been receiving orders from across the country with over 350 requests from Chennai alone. But due to financial constraints, he is not accepting further orders.

He received the prize and Rs 2 lakh from President Ram Nath Kovind

I am still a daily wage labourer, and getting that kind of money at once is still difficult. Financial help would make a lot of difference, he says.
Regarding his future goals, he says, “I have two goals – make a fuel-free car and become a role model for my children.” Saravanamuthu has already started working on making an emission-less car and hopes to complete his project soon.
Despite having received no formal education or training, facing criticism from villagers and lack of financial resources, Saravanamuthu managed to carve out his niche. It is people like him who prove that the only thing required on the road to success is hard work.

For the people who ever thought their idea or creation is insignificant, my advice would be never to give up. I failed multiple times before making the right prototype for my wife. Had I given up because of external factors, my wife would have continued to be embarrassed. There is no alternative to hard work, says Saravanamuthu.
As we end the telephonic conversation with Saravanamuthu, he gives his parting message and says, “Congratulations in advance to all those who are planning to create something on their own!”
To know more about his invention, you can call S.Saravanamuthu on this number: 9585475039
Edited By Saiqua Sultan

Monday, April 08, 2019

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Source: INQUILAB-8th April,2019

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Source: INQUILAB-8th April,2019

Mulazimat ki talaash mein madadgaar 6 batein

Source: INQUILAB-8th April,2019

Zindagi mein khushi aur kamyabi ke liye ye batein aham hain

Source: INQUILAB-8th April,2019

Domestic pharma firms continue to recall drugs - Aurobindo Pharma, Macleods Pharma, Hetero Labs and Lupin have recalled drugs

Poetry on canvas - Akara Art kick-starts its 10-year celebrations by showcasing rare works of Amrita Sher-Gil

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