The death of actor/politicians Jayalalitha and Vinod Khanna

As the media announced the death of veteran actor and MP Vinod Khanna on April 27, 2017, one could not notice the similarities between Vinod Khanna and the late Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa who expired less than 6 months ago in December 2016. Both J Jayalalithaa and Vinod Khanna were good looking, successful actors in South Indian and Hindi cinema respectively, who later entered politics, and were about the same age, with Vinod Khanna born in 1946, and Jayalalitha born in 1948. With advances in medical technology, people are living longer , yet despite their great wealth, they died fairly young at 70 and 68 respectively.
Jayalalithaa was admitted to Apollo Hospitals in September 2016, complaining of dehydration and fever, while the media is reporting that Vinod Khanna was also admitted to Sir H N Reliance hospital in March 2017, complaining of dehydration. Though his death was ultimately attributed to bladder carcinoma, people who would like to know what exactly caused dehydration , what are the symptoms, which make it a very severe problem for those in their sixties and seventies
Politicians and actors are extremely wealthy and powerful in India, yet they often face more health problems than other indian citizens, probably because of their erratic and stressful lifestyle

Jayalalitha pushed before being admitted to Apollo Hospital

The controversy over the death of Jayalalitha, the former Tamil Nadu chief minister refuses to end and again highlights the problems faced by single men and women, there is no one who they can trust, who will not exploit them whenever they get the opportunity. However well they may treat their staff, or sasikala in the case of Jayalalitha, the staff may betray anytime if offered suitable incentives.
According to a media report, AIADMK member Pandian allegedly claimed that on 22 September 2016, there was an argument between Jayalalitha and others residing with her at Veda Nilayam, Poes garden. Jayalalitha was allegedly pushed and became unconscious. She was then admitted to Apollo Hospital, Chennai, officially complaining of breathlessness and fever, and died in the hospital after 75 days.
The media has conveniently ignored the health problems of Jayalalitha before she was admitted to the hospital , what was the nature of the argument, who exactly were involved.

Damage caused by microwave/directed energy weapons similar to spiked drinks

The mainstream media and the legal system are acknowledging that spiked drinks can make a person unconscious and vulnerable to be cheated, exploited and robbed , legal action can be taken if a person offers spiked drinks to anyone else and committs a crime, like stealing the possessions., Microwave/directed energy weapons have the same effect as spiked drinks as the person targetted is suffering from very great pain, memory loss, headache, insomnia, loss of productivity, alertness.
However till date, doctors and legal professionals in India refuse to acknowledge the harsh reality that microwave burns are causing loss of alertness, pain, memory loss, headache which are caused when indian intelligence and security agencies are targetting harmless indian citizens with hitech directed energy weapons to cause very great pain, out of hatred or greed.
People should be aware of the great damage that microwave and directed energy weapons are causing to the health and fitness of indian citizens

“Dead” boy wakes up at funeral in Hubballi

The TV channel News9 reported that a 16 year old boy Kumar Maradi, who was declared “brain dead” by doctors, woke up at his funeral in Hubballi Dharwad district of Karnataka. The news channel reported that the boy had been bitten by a dog, and was admitted to a private hospital and had high fever . After a few days, the boy did not recover, the doctors declared that he was brain dead, and told his family members that they could take the body for funeral.
For the funeral , the body of the boy was bathed and his family, relatives were about to take him to the crematorium for the final rites, when the boy suddenly woke up.
It is a reflection of the medical system, that the boy could wake up after being declared dead, it would be interesting to know the socio economic background of the boy, whether his family was well connected enough. The name of the doctor or doctors who declared the boy brain dead was not mentioned.

People residing in the same house are aware of fitness levels

India today reported that Sasikala and her husband Natarajan, were allegedly aware of the fact that Jayalalithaa, the former chief minister of tamil nadu was not in very good health, and may not survive her entire term after the elections in 2016. So during the elections, they probably selected their associates to stand for assembly election so that these MLAs would remain loyal to sasikala and her family , in case anything happened to Jayalalithaa.

While national english channels like Times now, India today, NDTV, CNN News 18 are fairly diplomatic in reporting the news, as usual the bengaluru based News 9 had the inside story on the new CM of Tamil Nadu. They are now reporting that Sasikala was only a proxy, the entire show was managed by her nephew TTV Dinakaran , the son of her sister and new chief minister Palanaswami has already given his resignation to TTV Dinakaran and his associates, which they will submit at a suitable time. A woman Chief minister will usually get more publicity, media coverage, so TTV Dinakaran, smartly made Sasikala appear to be the replacement for Jayalalithaa.

However it is reported on News9 that TTV Dinakaran also has some cases, filed against him, and as soon as the matter is resolved, he will become the CM. Like many single women in India, Jayalalithaa did not have any person who she could really trust, everyone betrayed her, due to the mindset of indian society, which ruthlessly exploits older single women. So though Sasikala allegedly betrayed her, Jayalalithaa was forced to trust her, and it could have been a major mistake.

Cardiac health problems of politicians

One of the reasons why few choose to become politicians in India is because they lead extremely hectic and busy lives especially if they are voted to power. They have a very erratic lifestyle, leaving their house early, meeting a large number of people, have less control over the food they are eating, and are only able to sleep for a few hours daily. While the death of MP E. Ahamed has been discussed, some other politicians have also suffered from a heart attack like the former Tamil Nadu chief minister J . Jayalalithaa at the age of 68.
In Goa, the speaker of the assembly , Vishnu wagh suffered a heart attack and was initially hospitalized at Goa Medical College. However his condition worsened and he was airlifted to Hinduja Hospital in Mumbai. It appears that he is recuperating from the cardiac problems very slowly and after a few months, he still remains in Mumbai in Hinduja Hospital and could not contest elections in Goa.
A few days ago, the media published the news that the deputy chief minister of goa, Francis Dsouza, MLA from Mapusa had also been admitted to a hospital in Bandra Mumbai for a heart related illness. An angiography will be conducted to assess the extent of his illness, which is reported to be serious but not critical. The media report indicated that the MLA may undergo angioplasty
This clearly indicates that heart problems are serious, should not be ignored and the lack of the latest treatment technology in Goa.

Cardiac compression device used on MP E. Ahamed

Based on reports in the mainstream media especially the Week, there is a lot of controversy over the death of MP from Malappuram, Kerala E. Ahamed who collapsed due to a heart attack in Parliament on 31 January 2017 as his children claim that they were not allowed to see their father on his death bed, there is a dispute on the date of his death.
They also claim that a cardiac compression device was used to revive the MP at Ram Manohar Lohia hospital for nearly 12 hours , when normally the device is only used for half an hour, and it could have resulted in his death. The cardiac compression device tries to revive the heart patient, lifting the patient and releasing the patient with a thud, causing great trauma to the patient. The daughter of the MP , Fouzia Shersad who is a doctor herself claimed that it was not advisable to use this method of reviving her father who was 78 years old and had already undergone an angioplasty and bypass surgery
This clearly indicates the poor state of medical healthcare in India, Members of Parliament (MPs) are some of the most powerful citizens in India, yet Kerala MP E. Ahamed who was a member of the parliament for many years could not get the best possible medical treatment when he had a heart attack . It is unfortunate that the mainstream media except the Week has largely ignored the news of the medical treatment of a long time member of parliament.

Pain makes it difficult to stick to fitness routine

The daily microwave burns caused by the cruel criminal intelligence and security agency employees in panaji, goa make it extremely difficult for their harmless victim to stick to their daily fitness routine. A person who is in great pain usually cannot think clearly, their main aim is to reduce the pain they are experiencing.
The microwave burns are also causing memory loss, insomnia, so the victim will usually forget all his or her plans including plans for exercising or fitness routine. Realizing this the security, ntro employees are ruthless in causing great pain to the harmless domain investor, never losing an opportunity to cause great pain to her , targetting different parts of the body.
These cunning cruel criminal indian government employees are quick to criticize a woman because she is not slim or fit enough, however they conveniently forget the great pain they are intentionally causing her daily with expensive hitech microwave weapons because they have been offered sex and other bribes allegedly by google, tata, indian internet companies.

Young women smokers ignore health risks

While there are many young men who can be spotted smoking in a public place , increasingly young women are smoking openly. On 10 February 2017, a young women with curly long hair, wearing a black and white tshirt and black pants was spotted smoking on the footpath opposite PWD water supply, St Inez, panaji, goa as early as 8.45 am in the morning.
The health problems caused by smoking including respiratory ailments, lung cancer are well known and advertised extensively in the mainstream media, however those who smoke should also think of the health problems they are causing to those in the vicinity, the passive smokers. There are many who feel extremely nauseous when they inhale cigarette smoke and passive smokers can also experience health problems.
Indian security and intelligence agencies especially CBI are ruthless in denying opportunities to indian citizens who are not slim enough, however they refuse to take action against those who smoke , though it is well known that smoking is a health hazard, clearly indicate the dishonesty and double standards of indian intelligence and security agencies regarding health and fitness norms

Young people are obsessed with fitness and looks

With large companies like google, tata investing a huge amount on artificial intelligence, increasingly the only thing that matters in the it and internet sector is the appearance, fitness, charm and communication skills of a person. Realizing that individuals who are not slim are more likely to be subjected to impersonation frauds, identity theft by the indian intelligence and security agencies , and have less job opportunities, increasingly young people are spending a lot of their time and money on looking good and having the ideal weight .
while earlier people would spend time on their hobbies, reading, today many young people who are not in the entertainment sector, are spending a lot of time in the gym exercising to have the ideal body, weight and appearance. However in the long term, the young people do not realize that the character and morals of a person are most important, the appearance will change over a period of time.