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Excerpts from my Jungle Diaries (April 2012 onwards) Part-4
(In continuation of Part-3)
“Semal is very useful for farmers. If you plant or allow it in periphery it will attract large number of birds in early summer. In our area this is time when fields are empty. The birds play vital role in management of insects. They consume weed seeds and as result we get less weeds as well as insects in next cropping season. We use Semal based Traditional Formulations to…Continue
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Excerpts from my Jungle Diaries (April 2012 onwards) Part-3
(In continuation of Part-2)
I dream of big research lab where the Traditional Healers can do all sort of experimentations without any fear of misuse of Traditional Knowledge. They must be given chance to use their knowledge on patients at initial stage of cancer like diseases.
Back to the Shyam’s brother. We started to meet the Traditional Healers by Innova car. During long journey I usually get bore. I…Continue
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Excerpts from my Jungle Diaries (April 2012 onwards) Part-2
“I am not a registered medical practitioner” I said humbly.
“But you have written a lot on cancer herbs and documented information about 35000 Traditional Formulations used in Indian Traditional Healing. Then you must suggest some miracles to save the life of my brother. Please do something.” Early morning I was attending the visitor reached from Mumbai without any information.
His brother was at…Continue
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“Compensation has yet not reached. He is now physically well but his injured hand is not working.” Mer Singh was not at home. His daughter narrated the present situation in one breath.
I am not journalist by profession but when I heard about the case of Mer Singh I decided to present his case among the authorities with the help of Youtube. Last year in summer Mer Singh was in forest early morning for collection of Tendu patta (Diospyros leaves). She-Sloth Bear with kids…Continue
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On 25 November 2011, Adrianus Akid sent an SMS to RuaiSMS about a damage bridge. “Bridge in Kubu Padi Bebatang Village, Kuala Mandor B Sub-district, was damaged. When raining, the bridge was slippery and many motorcycles slipped down. There was no effort to repair the bridge,” written in Akid’s SMS about a bridge near his house.
On the same day, after…Continue
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For hundreds of years, journalism is a monopoly of mainstream media. Only media has authority to practice journalism. Outside of media, no one has capability or authority to practice journalism.
After the vast and fast development of ICTs (information and communication technologies), especially Internet and mobile phone technology, everyone can practice journalism and produce news. This new kind of media then called citizen journalism.
Journalistic practices by citizen are…Continue
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Wonder Herb Punarnava in Indian Traditional Healing
In forest and rural areas, far from modern medical facilities the natives rely on herbs present in surroundings for their health troubles. In India, thousands of Traditional Healers are practising Traditional Healing since time immemorial. They cure over 100 types of…Continue
By Mathews Malata, Malawi
Residents of Ntombosola village, located about 100 kilometres from the commercial hub of Blantyre, have been forced…