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Mahesh Kansakar

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Pareto analysis and Quality Assurance

Late 19th century, economist and philosopher Velfred Pareto from Italy observed that 80% of wealth was owned by 20% its people. He conducted similar surveys in other countries and found similar statistics. Later many observed this “vital few” factor in many other fields. Later this 20-80 principle was generalized applied in quality assurance and management […]

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Lumbini On Trial: The Untold Story

There are compelling reasons for believing that the present site of Lumbini, the Buddha’s birthplace, is the result of an astonishing hoax. The details of its discovery in 1896 reveal a tale of deception and intrigue, which is now told for the first time. At present, controversy continues to surround the location of Kapilavastu, the […]

Nilesh Shrestha

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The People We Have Been Waiting For – New York Times

It was 60 degrees on Thursday in Washington, well above normal, and as I slipped away for some pre-Christmas golf, I found myself thinking about a wickedly funny story that The Onion, the satirical newspaper, ran the other day: “Fall Canceled after 3 Billion Seasons”: "Fall, the long-running series of shorter days and cooler nights, […]

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Sajan Sangraula

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Kanawha HealthCare Automates Data Queries With D2Hawkeye

Insurance and Technology (http://www.insurancetech.com/) praises D2Hawkeye's role in managing healthcare cost and disease management services through it flagship product D2Explorer ™.   To measure the solution's impact, KHS analyzed 156,000 health plan member months. "The annual cost trend for customers on the D2 platform decreased by 9.31 percent," reports England. "And … we've improved people's health […]