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सामाजिक दूरी का महत्त्व: १९१८ की महामारी से सीख

यह विश्व पहली बार महामारी से नहीं जूझ रहा| लगभग सौ साल पहले भी हमने एक भयंकर महामारी का सामना किया था जिसका नाम था स्पेनिश इन्फ्लुएंजा| इस बीमारी ने पुरे विश्व में ५ से १० करोड़ तक जानें ली थीं| उस महामारी में ली गयी कई सीखों को हम अभी भी प्रयोग में ला सकते हैं और कोरोना वायरस महामारी के तीव्र प्रकोप से बच सकते हैं|

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Pandemics: It all depends on Human Behavior!

This article is taken from the concluding lines of Spillover: Animal Infections and the Next Human Pandemic by David Quammen. It talks about the human fault with the modern pandemics. Pandemics have always been with the human beings, but the way humans are living now is also greatly responsible for increasing the chances of the pandemics, and making a local endemic disease into a global pandemic.

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Collectivism vs. Atomism – Left vs. Right – FR – Part 2

Our society is thus like a set of concentric rings, beginning with the most concrete and personal of human connections and concluding in the most abstract and philosophical of human commitments. Each ring, starting from the innermost sanctum of the family and the individuals who compose it, anchors and enables the next and is in turn protected by it and given the room to thrive. The outermost ring of society is guarded and sustained by the national government, which is charged with protecting the space in which the entire society can flourish and enabling all Americans to participate in and benefit from what happens there.

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The Troubles of a Fractured Republic – FR – Part 1

This short excerpt from his book “The Fractured Republic” by Yuval Levin discusses the increasing rift in public opinion in America and the decreasing national consensus. It tells us how the debate between left and right has resulted gone so far that the national interest of the country is no longer paramount.

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