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Abhishek Trivedi

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PRIVATE SECTOR IN RAILWAYS.

Indian Railways has launched the process of opening up train operations to private entities on 109 Origin Destination (OD) pairs of routes using 151 modern trains. It has invited Request for Qualifications proposals, for scrutiny of vendor capabilities, from those who can bring modern trains for operations on existing rail […]

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Super Long train “SheshNaag”

Recently, on 2 july, Indian Railways has created record starting the train “sheshnaag” in south east central zone of railways. the train is 2.8 km long, longest ever in India. It consist of 251 wagons which are pulled by four electric locomotives, fitted in between. This is a freight train. […]

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“Mobile Masterjee” developed by IIT Kanpur.

COVID-19 has brought the education system, particularly the classroom teaching to a standstill. The students in rural India are hit maximum by this. To solve this problem IIT Kanpur has developed a classroom-to-home teaching setup that can record the lectures or instructions by the teachers while using their available smart […]

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Get ready for G4 Flu Virus

In a new research, scientists from China, have identified a “recently emerged” strain of influenza virus. Virus is infecting Chinese pigs and that has the potential of triggering a pandemic. scientists named it G4, the swine flu strain has genes similar to those in the virus that caused the 2009 flu pandemic. The […]

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8 Policemen killed in Kanpur..

A group of assailants opened fire on policemen in Bikaru village of Chaubeypur police station area, when the cops were gone there to arrest a history-sheeter Vikas dubey. Eight policemen including a deputy superintendent, three sub inspectors were killed in encounter firing. police were there to arrest vikas dubey charged […]

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Coronil: an immunity booster not as corona cure.

Today, The Ayush ministry permitted Patanjali to sell Coronil as an immunity booster and not a coronavirus ‘cure’. Yogguru Ramdev’s Patanjali Ayurved also said there are no Ayush Ministry restrictions on selling Coronil, the drug the company recently launched as medicine for Covid-19 but is now calling it a product […]

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ZEALANDIA

Recently, GNS Science, a New Zealand research institute, has published two new maps covering Zealandia’s tectonic profile and shape. Zealandia is an almost entirely submerged mass of continental crust located in the southern Pacific Ocean that subsided after breaking away from Gondwanaland 83–79 million years ago. The land mass may […]

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COVAXIN

COVAXIN, India’s first vaccine candidate against novel coronavirus, developed by vaccine maker Bharat Biotech gets the approval of Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) for Phase I and II clinical trials. COVAXIN is an inactivated vaccine, created from a strain of the infectious SARS-CoV-2 virus, that has shown promise in […]

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Tik Tok along with 58 Chinese apps banned.

Government of India has banned 59 apps originating from China, including very popular ones like the short video platform TikTok, UC Browser, file sharing app ShareIt, and CamScanner etc. The ban has been enforced by The Ministry of Information Technology by invoking it’s power under section 69A of the Information […]

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Terrorists attack in Karachi

Recently, 10 people killed in pakistan alongwith 4 terrorists and 4 security guards, 1 sub-inspecter of police and a civilian, The Dawn reported and also said that three police officials were badly injured. The gunmen, according to The Dawn, stepped out of a vehicle and lobbed grenades before entering the […]

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Make In India and Self-Reliant

Make in India is a iniciative started by the Union Government of India.This iniciative was started in September of 2014. 25 sectors were considered under this iniciative to manufacture most of the products in India. The sole motive of this iniciative is to make India a global manufacturing hub. To […]

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G-20 Grouping

G20 consists of 19 individual countries and the European Union. The EU is represented by the European Commission and by the European Central Bank. the G20 economies account for around 90% of the gross world product (GWP), 80% of world trade (or, if excluding EU intra-trade, 75%), two-thirds of the world population and approximately half of the world land […]

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Privatisation in India

The transfer of ownership, property or business from the government to the private sector is termed as privatization. The government ceases to be the owner of the entity or business. In the privatisation process, somewhere it can be seen that a public traded company is taken over by a few […]

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India-China relations

China–India relations, also called Sino-Indo relations , refers to the bilateral relationship between China and India. India and China are two most populous countries in the world. These two major economies are growing very fast. Both the countries started with signing panchsheel, in which five principles are mentioned to maintain peace and co-operation. […]

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Rajyasabha elections…

The Constituent Assembly, which first met on 9 December 1946, acted as the Central Legislature till 1950, when it was converted as ‘Provisional Parliament’. During this period, the Central Legislature which was known as Constituent Assembly (Legislative) and later ProvisionalParliament was unicameral till the first elections were held in 1952. […]

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RIC: Russia India China

The Virtual meet of foreign Ministers of Russia, China and India was held on 23rd of June. In which Our foreign minister S. Jaishankar and the counterpart of the China and Russia , Wang Yi and Sergey lavrov taken part. addressing at virtual conference of the Russia-India-China trilateral, External Affairs […]

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Nepotism in Bollywood..

Sushant Singh Rajput, a well known veteran actor who played character MS Dhoni, who played well in kedarnath, who made chichhore superhit, commited suicide recently. An Unacceptable suicide, no one was accepting death of Sushant, no one was accepting that Sushant would never be seen on cinema screen. First death […]

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