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Volume 7,Issue 7 (July-2017) | skirec

Volume 7,Issue 7 (July-2017) | skirec

Like every new thing, there are bound to be challenges posing threats to these community banks that metamorphosed into microfinance banks and some others that obtained a lic[r]

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Volume 7,Issue 7 (July-2017) | skirec

Volume 7,Issue 7 (July-2017) | skirec

The problem arises because FDI are prone to affecting the most sensitive issue to Indian economy: employment. This form of modern retailing is expected to occur at a cost of heavy labor displacement. And till a time India is creating jobs for its people, this can be nothing but disastrous. The Indian economy is heavily dependent on traditional retailing to create livelihood opportunities. To understand this better, let’s take the much popular Tesco issue into account. Tesco, being a multi brand retailer, is denied admission in India. Hypothetically - if India allows it to make a direct investment, it is bound to play big. And will soon open up supermarkets in at least 35 prime locations (cities with population greater than a million). These markets would sell a complete range of products including luxuries and necessities.
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Volume 7 | Issue 4 - 2017

Volume 7 | Issue 4 - 2017

Both inflammatory and coagulative hematologic indicators play essential roles in the occurrence and pathogenesis of acute coronary syndrome. It has been approved in studies that there is a significant relationship between the platelet size considered as mean platelet volume and the platelet activity. On the other hand, the platelets with higher mean platelet volume (MPV) are more active in terms of metabolic and enzymatic ranges and therefore have more thrombotic effects. In addition, an increase in MPV level has been an independent risk factor for the clinical reverse-outcomes in patients with acute myocardial infarction. However, the relationship between MPV and myocardial reperfusion disorders is not still fully understood
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Volume 7 | Issue 4 - 2017

In this research, methicillin-resistant children had two risk factors, which these risk factors included the history of using antibiotic in the last 6 months or attending in kindergarten and elementary school. Our research revealed a significant relationship between the risk factor of MSSA and MRSA without considering the gender and age group of children. In the research conducted by Calfee in 2017, it was reported that MRSA was diagnosed in most cases at the hospitalization time, and there were various MRSA species in both community- acquired samples and hospital samples [20-26] . Given the results
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Volume 7 | Issue 4 - 2017

This study was performed on 98 patients with epilepsy referred to Imam Khomeini Teaching Hospital in Urmia from March 2010 to March 2011 and underwent MRI brain. The patients aged 6 -85 years with a median age of 40 years and 45% (n= 44) were female and 55% (n= 54) male. Of these 98 patients, 55% (n= 54) had normal MRI scan and 45% (n= 44) abnormal MRI scan (Table 1). The relationship between normality and non-normality of MRI finding with some history parameters including age, sex, history of trauma, systemic disease, use of anticonvulsant drug, aura, loss of consciousness and type of seizure were statistically analyzed so that 35 (83.3 %) had normal MRI and 7 (16.7%) had abnormal MRI in the age group less than 30 years. In addition, 5 (38.5%) patients had normal MRI and 8 (61.5%) had abnormality in the age group of 30 years to 40 years. In the age group of 40-50 years, 6 (46.2%) had normal MRI findings and 7 (53.8%) had an abnormal MRI. Among patients older than 50 years of age, MRI was normal in 7 (23.3%) and 23 (76.7%) showed abnormality, considering that there was a significant correlation between age and MRI findings (P <0.001) (Table 1). The association between normality and non-normality of MRI finding regarding the patient's gender showed that among 53 male patients, 27 (50.9%) had normal MRI results and 26 (49.1%) abnormal MRI outcomes. Of 44 female patients, 26 (59.1%) had normal
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Volume 7 | Issue 4 - 2017

Volume 7 | Issue 4 - 2017

Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) is a non-invasive brain excitation that can be applied during motor training. By transmitting a weak continuous current on the scalp, the tDCS depolarize or hyperpolarize the neurons and cause changes cortical excitability [7] . A motor impairment can occur from

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Volume 7 | Issue 4 - 2017

The discovery of some medical secrets in holy Koran is related to different disciplines and accurate medical issues from the science of embryology and the stages of human creation as medical point of view and its evolutionary periods in mother's womb to the child's birth and taking care of the baby. Originally, the human's creation stages in Koran stated form soil, sperm, its transition, the stage of sex determination, sperm's mixings, nutrition and breathing, giving life to it until the stages of breast feeding and after that step by step uniquely and accurately with a miracle point of view: Accordingly, the embryology in Koran has been investigated as the different scientific point of views. In addition, in Quranic medicine, the descriptive dissection and the explanation of the organs' duties and the philosophy of their creation are according to the Koran and the modern scientific findings. The creation of the ear and its priority over the eye, the philosophy of being pair of hands, feet and other body organs, the lines in our fingers which are not equal in every one to histology, parasitology, bacteriology, the study of illness (the relationship between body and spirit) all are the example of this issue. This also contains the recognition of the causes of such disease as the changing of Jacob's eye color into white, the disorder in Moses speech, and allowing to use of some prohibited things during the anxiety. There are also some remedies in Koran which are investigated in terms of the physicians' points of view like the cure of job's skin disease by the cold water, the remedy of Maryam after her child birth by the fresh dates, the remedy of eye cataract according to the modern medicine, the cure of Jonah by the root of squash, speech therapy of Moses and so on. All of these examples are investigated and discussed in Quranic medicine [2, 8] .
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Volume 7 | Issue 4 - 2017

the self-determination theory is the self-determined motivation for teaching. This process might lead to autonomy-protection teaching which includes self-understanding and is based on teachers' experience about self-determined motivation and its benefits. In this process, teachers who have experienced the benefits of self-determined motivation prefer that their students act and learn according to self-determined motivations because they realize that different kinds of motivation given to learners would help them learn in a more desirable manner and gain a better understanding of the subjects they study and the topics they like. Therefore, teachers with self-determined motivation apply their own motivational experiences to deduce that if learners realize the importance of the subject they learn and find it interesting, they would begin to learn in the most serious manner. Based on this understanding and realization, teachers take up autonomy-supportive activities such as the clarification of the relationship among different topics with the learners' goals and preparation of the ability for the students to choose from among interesting learning activities. In brief, it can be stated that physical educators play an important role in the development of behaviors, attitudes, skills in learners and giving them the required information for physical activity [7] .
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Volume 7 | Issue 4 - 2017

Volume 7 | Issue 4 - 2017

Although clinical-year students performed better on questions that assessed knowledge of cerebrovascular and cardiovascular risk factors, as expected, a significantly lower proportion [r]

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Volume 7 | Issue 3 - 2017

Volume 7 | Issue 3 - 2017

Ayurveda, oil pulling called as KAVALA GRAHAM, is said to be effective in protecting the teeth from caries and periodontitis. Oil pulling is in practice for about thousands of years as an Indian traditional therapy. Taking about a tablespoon of oil such as sesame oil or coconut oil, in the mouth, then, swishing it around teeth for 10–20 min is called oil pulling. Streptococcus mutans produces certain chemicals to form a biofilm on the teeth, known as plaque. This plaque will be dissolved by the unsaponifiable substance present in the oil [Figure 7].

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Volume 7 | Issue 3 - 2017

of a division of the biological community, but its operation has been sparse to a significant part of the community though these assets are followed by numerous people of the research community. This can circumscribe not only the usages of these data to its utmost volume but also guide to misuse of the data. Adding to it, many experimental biologists are figuring data on a massive scale and are in need of establishing and organizing their own databases.

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Volume 7 | Issue 3 - 2017

Volume 7 | Issue 3 - 2017

In this technique, a matrix material such as plaster of Paris, hydroxyapatite, calcium sulfate, and resinmodified glass ionomer is placed at the perforation site [r]

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Volume 7 | Issue 3 - 2017

Volume 7 | Issue 3 - 2017

Directorate-General for Health and the Portuguese Association for the Study of Pain. National Plan to Fight Pain; 2001. Available from: http:// www.apeddor.org/images/documentos/controlo_da_dor/ Programa_Controlo_da_Dor. pdf. [Last updated on 2017 Mar 10]. Moulin DE, Clark AJ, Gilron I, Ware MA, Watson CP, Sessle BJ, et al. Pharmacological management of chronic neuropathic pain - Consensus statement and guidelines from the Canadian pain society. Pain Res Manag 2007;12:13-21

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Volume 7 | Issue 3 - 2017

Volume 7 | Issue 3 - 2017

Mouthwashes have been widely used as adjuncts to oral hygiene and can also act as a potential and active agent to the teeth and gums. The ability of mouth rinses to influence plaque formation and dental caries has been extensively studied. Natural products have been extensively used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years. These products have pharmacological properties such as antimicrobial, anti- inflammatory, and cytostatic effects. [7] In addition, for maintaining oral

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Volume 7 | Issue 4 - 2017

Volume 7 | Issue 4 - 2017

The results of this study showed that women who had experienced physical violence had a 1.54 times higher chance of stillbirth compared with women without such experiences.. Chance of[r]

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Volume 7 | Issue 4 - 2017

Volume 7 | Issue 4 - 2017

Children suffering from ADHD had lower developmental motor skills than normal children. They were suffering from impairments in timing and motor coordination which decrease their self-confidence and participation in activities and increase the possibility of their exposure to a motor and cardiovascular disorder [7] . This study aimed to

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Volume 7 | Issue 4 - 2017

This study was a prospective observational study carried out between July 2011 and June 2017 in Cairo university hospitals. From 3123 median sternotomy operation carried on 109 patients of deep sternal wound infection occurred. Deep sternal wound infection (mediastinitis) was defined according to guidelines of the US Centers for disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which requires at least one of the following criteria: (a) an organism was isolated from culture of mediastinal tissue or fluid; (b) evidence of mediastinits during surgery; or (c) one of the following conditions, chest pain, sternal instability, or fever(>38 O C) is present and either purulent discharge from the
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Volume 11,Issue 7(July-2020) | skirec

Volume 11,Issue 7(July-2020) | skirec

In the Hindi mainstream cinema or the so-called „Bollywood‟ of India, the issue has been less researched, though highly criticised by feminist film critics, reviewers, scholars, and academics alike. Chak De India (2007) marks a breakthrough in the category of sports films as the first mainstream Hindi movie on sportswomen and on the less celebrated, less popular national sport, Hockey. Dil Bole Hadippa enters the theatres two years later, a remake of a Hollywood film, She‟s The Man (2006), in which the female protagonist has to disguise herself as a man to be able to play in a team. It took five years for the next one to be made, a „hit‟ in the commercial world, Mary Kom (2014), a biopic of the venerated boxer. SaalaKhadoos (2016) and Dangal (2016) were released in the same year, and Saand Ki Aankh (2019) only came out three years after, while the most recent one, Panga (2020), a movie about a wife and mother making a return to Khabaddi, was released in the beginning of this year. On the other hand, there‟s at least one sport film released every year on average.
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Volume 11,Issue 7(July-2020) | skirec

Volume 11,Issue 7(July-2020) | skirec

Cooperative Banks, Core Banking Solution (CBS) has been implemented in all the Central Cooperative Banks, which enables electronic transfer of funds anywhere in India through RTGS / NEFT. From March 2017, CCBs provide SMS alert facility to their customers. As a landmark achievement in the history of Cooperative banking in the State, 50 ATMs were established by the Central Cooperative Banks across the State. Rupay Debit cards are issued to the customers of the 10 Central Cooperative Banks and Rupay KCC cards are issued to the loanee farmers of PACCS. The Primary Agricultural Cooperative Credit Societies were functioning as credit agencies only. Dependence on a single source of income with the limited scope of operation was the main reason for the lack of viability. It was also realised that the Primary Agricultural Cooperative Credit Societies can offer a variety of services to the members and thereby bring a transformation in the rural economy. Therefore, the Primary Agricultural Cooperative Credit Societies are being encouraged to diversify their operation to extend other allied services.
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Volume 11,Issue 7(July-2020) | skirec

Volume 11,Issue 7(July-2020) | skirec

in Darjeeling. Though her husband was from well to do family he had no secured government job. Initially, things were good but later on with family conflicts the property was divided. They got a house and with microloans converted a part of it into home-stay in 2017. Since both of them were educated they took the help of the internet to advertise their home-stay with minimum charge and homely atmosphere. Luck turned in their favor and now she is the owner of one of the most demanding home-stay. Her husband takes care of all other outsides affairs like transportation, groceries, etc. Now both her children are studying in one of the best school of Darjeeling along with some future savings kept aside as Darjeeling sometimes face political disturbances.
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