In this book, previously titled Ask Dr. Nandi, the star of his own award-winning TV show empowers you to become your own health hero in a “simple, yet comprehensive plan to uplevel your health and your life. Learn why millions rely on Dr. Nandi” (JJ Virgin, New York Times bestselling author). In The Dr. Nandi Plan, Dr. Nandi delivers passionate and trusted advice to becoming your own “health hero”— an advocate for yourself and your family, in sickness and in health. A health hero is someone who builds the confidence to gain knowledge about the state of their wellness, and then uses that knowledge to make tough decisions. Whether addressing bullying or prostate cancer, community and purpose or fitness and nutrition, Dr. Nandi tackles the tough questions, stimulates conversations, creates a new awareness of options and resources, and guides you to confidently make the choices that are best for them. “Guided by this book, anyone can live a more joyful, health-minded lifestyle,” (Mark Hyman MD, Director of the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine).
The star of the award-winning TV show, Ask Dr. Nandi, which reaches over eighty-five million US households, empowers readers to become their own health hero. Dr. Partha Nandi delivers passionate, empathetic, and trusted health advice daily to over eighty-five million US households, is seen in ninety countries worldwide, and his Facebook videos have been watched by more than 1.5 million viewers. In a sound bite culture, Ask Dr. Nandi disrupts the status quo by engaging viewers with in depth discussions on the health and wellness topics that matter to their lives. A health hero means being an advocate for yourself and your family, in sickness and in health. It’s about building the confidence to gain knowledge and use that knowledge to make tough decisions. In Ask Dr. Nandi, Dr. Nandi gives readers the necessary tools to become empowered and take ownership of his or her health choices. Whether addressing bullying or prostate cancer, community and purpose or fitness and nutrition, Dr. Nandi tackles the tough questions, stimulates conversations, creates a new awareness of options and resources, and guides readers to confidently make the choices that are best for them.
The book deals with the evolution of the petroleum industry in Assam. The story revolves around a young engineer Williams McLloyds, who arrives at Digboi in 1925. Williams is witness to the changing times and also of Digboi, as his professional career ascends to a great height. But it’s not the lone story of Williams either. H.B Buchanan’s love for local history and culture as well as its complexities, Towlar’s audacity, Bhup Singh’s technical acumen, Fullerton's farsightedness, Lady Flemming’s compassion and many more also play an equally important role in that journey. Some of the incidents in this novel are based on real-life incidents.
The Kenya Gazette is an official publication of the government of the Republic of Kenya. It contains notices of new legislation, notices required to be published by law or policy as well as other announcements that are published for general public information. It is published every week, usually on Friday, with occasional releases of special or supplementary editions within the week.
There has been little drama publishing in Malawi of late, although the practice of drama is active and strong, and drama is widely held as an important tool in communication and development. This collection of new plays is published with this gap in mind; additionally serving to bring modern Malawian drama to a wider audience. The collection comprises nine plays by five dramatists. The plays broadly fall into the categories of realistic drama, farce, political satire, and an adapted musical. The dramatists include the late Du Chisiza Jr., one of Malawi's foremost dramatists, who has written some fifty plays and trained as many actors, and author of the title play; Mufananji Magalasi, who has directed many plays in South Africa and Malawi and is currently head of Drama Programmes at the University of Malawi; Gertrude Webster Kamkwatira, author of some thirteen plays and active in the Malawi Theatre Organisation, Innocent Kommwa and Smith Likongwe.