INDIA AFTER NIRBHAYA

According to data of National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) in India, every 15 minutes, a woman is raped. In the year of 2017, 34000 rape cases were reported. Out of these, only 32% lead to conviction. Rape cases against children or minors have also increased. 39,827 cases were reported under […]

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Bhupen Hazarika -Aman sharma

Bhupen Hazarika: A personality who received all the highest-ranked national awarJaipur: Bhupen Hazarika was born on 8th September 1926 in Sadiya, Assam. He was an Indian playback singer, lyricist, musician, singer, poet and filmmaker. He was popularly known as Sudhakantha. He was multitalented as he himself wrote and sung in […]

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National Simplicity Day-2020

We live in a complicated world, with taxes and devices and every imaginable complication the world can provide. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could just take some time to keep things simple? Simplicity Day encourages you to do just that, to let go of all of life’s complications and […]

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India’s Kashmir Conflict

With over seven decades crossed since 1947 followed a continuous stretch of never-ending bloodsheds in the Kashmir valley or for the reason of it.  Just in past 27 years, around 41,000 lives have been lost due to this Indo-Pak dispute. The Indian army had lost many of its brave soldiers […]

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Cruelty to animals

July 3rd 2020 is a very significant day in the history of animal welfare in the country. The north east state of Nagaland has banned the sale of dog meat. The state government announced a complete ban on the sale of dog meat in the state. Though this historical decision […]

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Legal status of abortion in India

“Abortion is part of being a mother and of caring for children because part of caring for children is knowing when it’s not a good idea to bring them into the world.” – Katha Pollitt Abortion is the expulsion of a fetus from the uterus before it reaches the stage […]

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Ragging – A punishable offence

Ragging is a disturbing reality in the higher education system of our country. Despite the fact that over the years ragging has claimed hundreds of innocent lives and has ruined careers of thousands of bright students, the practice is still perceived by many as a way of ‘familiarization’ and an […]

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Career in Photography?

What kind of photography should I master? That is probably the most difficult decision you will ever have to make when you start pursuing a career in photography. When you think about all the different lessons to be taken, and all the different ways to create an image, the photography […]

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Stop! Farmer Suicides in India

By Tushar Soni Farmers are an important part of our country. After all, India is an agricultural country. We rely heavily on our farmers. Unfortunately, however, the case is that farmer suicide is a common problem in our country. Every year we see more cases of suicide for a number […]

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