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Dr Jaswal heals heart through Wrist

Dr Rakesh Jaswal has completed over 12,000 transradial procedures
Chandigarh, 29 Nov, 2011, Specttrum News: Dr R K Jaswal, Director, Cardiology at Fortis Hospital Mohali has achieved a remarkable mark in medical history by completing 12,000 transradial procedures, healing heart through wrist with zero percent complications. His vast experience in this field has given him the honour of being the Teaching Faculty Member and Advisory Faculty Member of most of Asian countries and USA.
Dr R K Jaswal said, “Angiographies are, in today’s fast-paced and stress-laden lives, a quick and safe means of deciphering if your heart is in order and functioning to its optimum. Often angiographies show obstructions in arteries that are almost simultaneously treated by angioplasties, which in a layman’s words is ballooning and stenting of the artery, so that the obstruction is removed.”
He further added that the myth that angiographies and angioplasties are “dangerous” should be completely destroyed now, wi…

Chandigarh to Leh With Milli Moonstone

Chandigarh to Leh With Milli Moonstone Slideshow & Video: "TripAdvisor™ TripWow ★ Chandigarh to Leh With Milli Moonstone Slideshow ★ to Leh. Stunning free travel slideshows on TripAdvisor"
Leh-Ladakh blooms to welcome touristsLeh-Ladakh, Specttrum News:Known as the roof of the world, Ladakh remains covered with snow for a major part of the year. The paradise on earth located in extreme north of Jammu & Kashmir, thus remains isolated and aloof. Come summers in the plains and Leh too sheds its blankets of snow and metamorphoses to the world’s largest cold desert on the rocky peaks of Himalayas. The versatility in geographical and cultural offerings of this place has been responsible for many different names that are given to Ladakh in the past. Some people call it La-Dags meaning "Land of High Mountain Passes", some call it "ColdDesert in the Skies" and some refer it as “Land of Moon” etc.Ladakh was not a properly known place a few years back, until …

Lifetime Achievement Award to Bhikkhu Sanghsena

Panchkula, January 3, 2011, Specttrum News: Founder of Leh-Ladakh based Mahabodhi International Meditation Centre, Bhikkhu Sanghasena was honoured with the ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ at the “World Management Congress” recently concluded in the national capital, for his remarkable contribution in the field of world peace and unforgettable service towards mankind. This award was given in the category of spirituality and religious studies. The centre runs a Mahabodhi Girls Hostel and a Mahabodhi Meditation Centre at Ramgarh, near here.
The Award was conferred by Dr Priya Ranjan Trivedi, Pro-Chancellor and Plenipotentiary, the Global Open University, Nagaland. The award was jointly given by International Association of Educators for World Peace (USA), the Global Open University, Nagaland, Confederation of Indian Universities, the Educational Standards and Testing Council of India and Clean Up the Earth. The program was held at India International Centre, New Delhi.
Bhikkhu Sanghasena, Pr…