Water is essential for our body. It requires for repair and maintenance of our body. Water flows through every cell in our body through arteries, capillaries, and veins. It is used for all functions of our body including transporting nutrients, building tissues, digestion and absorption. Many people don’t drink enough water. The lack of water in the body can cause stomach cramps, back pain, headaches, heartburn and fatigue. Drink 8 to 12 glasse of crystal clear fresh water daily.
“If you want to kill a river, building dams is the best way to do it,” – Canadian documentary maker Michael Buckley.
World Sindhi Institute Presents A Conversation With AYESHA SIDDIQA Author of Military Inc., Inside Pakistan ’s Military Economy Monday April 19th, 2010, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm, University of Toronto , Woodsworth College Residence, Room 20, “Today, the military’s hegemony in Pakistan is a reality…the military has penetrated the society, politics and the economy.” -Military Inc.
Dr. Ayesha Siddiqa is currently a Senior Visiting Professor at the Johns Hopkins University ’s School of Advanced International Studies . She is the author of two books on defence decision-making and political economy of the military – Military Inc, Inside Pakistan’s Military Economy and Pakistan’s Arms Procurement and Military Buildup, 1979-99: In Search of a Policy. She did her doctorate from King’s College, London in 1996 and has worked on issues varying from military technology, defence decision-making, nuclear deterrence, arms procurement, arms production to civil-military relations in South Asia . She has also written commissioned papers on small arms and light weapons proliferation and problems of governance.