Month: August 2020

Ancient Egyptian Gods

Ancient Egyptian Society had many different deities which were an important part of the people’s belief system. There were about 2000 deities in the Egyptian pantheon which were an integral […]

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Influence of Social Media

Social Media means that any personal sharing information or communication on the internet which occurs through mobile, computer, and tablet. Numerous apps and websites contribute to it to make it possible. Now social media is becoming the most significant and widespread communication source rapidly. Social networking and social media provide […]

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Incredible India

India represents “Unity in Diversity” . Our country is a mixture of cultures, regions, traditions, diversity in food, languages, etc. Our people of India are so polite, understanding and helping in nature. The national bird of India is Peacock and is very beautiful. India is so incredible and is full […]

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Same-sex Marriage

Love comes in all forms. It would be wrong to say that a person cannot marry someone just because they are not from the opposite sex. The world is evolving more than ever and we need to keep up with times. Same-sex marriage is when any person chooses to marry […]

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Veganism

Over the past few years, the concept of veganism has become largely popular. Many famous personalities have also started switching into veganism. According to Wikipedia, “Veganism is the practice of […]

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Should E-learning continue even after lock-down?

Nowadays the online classes become a customary part of a student’s life in this lockdown. As schools are shut the online studies have become the new normal in today’s life and everyone become become used to it. The parents also feel comfortable with this course of action as it assures […]

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Government Jobs vs Private Jobs

Completed Graduation? Applying for a job as a fresher, It’s a tough job, isn’t it? Yeah, it is. But It’s not as tough as it sounds. With proper work routine and awareness, you can land a job in a no time, that too of your interest. So it’s time to […]

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Lock-down Woes

Due to the COVID-19 lock-down, I went back home in March. COVID-19 outbreak came to light in December, 2019 and started from Wuhan, China; when it was declared to WHO that cluster cases of pneumonia-like disease were spreading due to unknown causes. Later, WHO declared it pandemic seeing the enormous […]

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How to host a Virtual party

In this uncertain time of social isolation – there has become a need to socialise while keeping your distance. It seems weird. It seems strange. It’s certainly unprecidented – but as far as we’re concerned – the show must go on… and for us at least – the parties still […]

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Former President Pranab Mukherjee passed away at 84

Pranab Mukherjee, who served as the 13th President of India from 2012 to 2017 passed away Monday evening at the age of 84. His son, Abhijit Mukherjee has confirmed his dismissal through his tweet. Mukherjee had suffered a fall at his Rajaji Marg house and had been operated to remove […]

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Does it cost only ₹1?

The Supreme Court of India gave the final judgment of the criminal contempt case against the prominent lawyer, Mr. Prashant Bhushan on Monday. A fine ₹1 was imposed on him and if the lawyer fails to do so, he will be jailed for 3 months besides a debarment from practice […]

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Let the words take you on a journey

“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies” – George R.R Martin. I remember, I was on Mangalore station with my family, waiting for our train to arrive ; we were returning to Mumbai. I didn’t have a phone at that time, and the thought of spending 24hrs in […]

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India: The Joint Winner of FIDE Chess Olympiad

India and Russia, the two finalists of FIDE online Chess Olympiad have been announced as the joint winners of the tournament, following a server failure that caused many players to lose connections. At first, Russia was initially declared the winner, when two Indian players, Nihal Sarin and Divya Deshmukh, lost […]

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Mental health,an serious issue

“We all have our demons, that doesn’t mean you’ll stop fightingto it”Mental illness is a really serious issue at the same time being themost unpredictable as well as unnoticeable. we can never predictjust by looking at the person what he/she is going through.Mental illness are basically chronic distruption in neural […]

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One China Policy: Should India Reconsider It?

A group of experts recently held a webinar organised by Udaipur-based NGO Usanas foundation on “Rethinking India’s ‘One China Policy’: Tragedy of Tibet”. The list of speakers had names of Former Special Secretary, Krishan Varma, Prof. Srikanth Kondapalli, Abhijeet Iyer-Mitra Senior Fellow, Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies and Tibetan […]

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NATIONAL EDUCATION POLICY 2020

Education is the fundamental way for achieving full human potential, developing an equitable and just society and promoting national development. Providing quality education universally to raise the literacy rate to its extent, the main motive and only key to boost economic growth, social justice and equality, scientific advancement, cultural advancement […]

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