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Abhimanyu

I feel people, I write for the about what people go through but can't talk about that...

Book Review: The Alchemist

“The Alchemist” by Paulo Coelho is an inspirational story of Santiago, a youthful Spanish shepherd in the rolling hills of Andalusia. The boy has deep attachment with his flock but realizing that they are devoid of aesthetic sense and appreciation for nature which he beholds, loves and admires, the course […]

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Are Flat-Earthers Being Serious?

Members of the Flat Earth Society claim to believe the Earth is flat. Walking around on the planet’s surface, it looks and feels flat, so they deem all evidence to the contrary, such as satellite photos of Earth as a sphere, to be fabrications of a “round Earth conspiracy” orchestrated by NASA and other […]

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Covid-19 vaccine tracker, Sept 10: AstraZeneca trial paused after volunteer developed neurological symptoms

Covid-19 vaccine tracker, Sept 10: AstraZeneca trial paused after volunteer developed neurological symptoms Coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine tracker September 10 Update: The report also said that the trials had been halted once earlier as well, in July, after another participant had also developed neurological problems. The patient was later diagnosed with […]

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Book Review : Mastaan 

The Fallen Patriot Of Delhi Vineet Bajpai Vineet Bajpai has done it again… after the immensely successful and thrilling Harappa tri-series, he is back with a bang, and how! This time, with a book on the First War of Independence. This book actually surpasses the first 3 with ease; for […]

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SBI launches VRS scheme for its bank employees.

India’s largest bank, State Bank of India (SBI) has launched a voluntary retirement scheme (VRS) under which about 30,100 employees are eligible. According to sources, a draft scheme for VRS has been prepared and board approval is awaited. The proposed scheme is aimed at optimising human resources and costs of […]

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Punjabi gangs’ claim to shame in organised crime.

Oscar-nominated Canadian filmmaker Deepa Mehta’s flick Beeba Boys, the only movie to have brought the spotlight on Punjabi gangsters in North America, may have got acclaim, but it doesn’t strike a chord with the Canadian police. Violence perpetrated by Punjabi gangs remains a hard reality in Vancouver, Surrey and Brampton […]

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Oxford COVID-19 vaccine: 3 more get Covishield shot, no side-effects so far, says doctor

The phases II trial of COVID-19 vaccinedeveloped by the University of Oxford started in India this week. Three volunteers were given the vaccine on Thursday at Bharti Vidyapeeth’s Medical College and Hospital in Pune. British-Swedish drugmaker AstraZeneca signed a deal with Serum Institute of India to manufacture Oxford’s COVID-19 vaccinecandidate. Pune-based vaccine […]

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Karnataka: Colleges are set to reopen from 1st October

After over six months in lockdown doors of colleges could open up once again in Karnataka this October.Ever since the lockdown began in Karnataka in the month of March, students, parents and teachers have pondered over the question, when will schools and colleges reopen? Well, it looks like the date is […]

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Book review:Pralay: The Great deluge

The second book in the Harappa Series , Pralay opens up with a flashback of what happened in the first book. This made the whole reading process a lot simple for no one would have the time to read the first book all over again and then pick the second […]

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Book Review: The Story of my Life

The book is an autobiography of Helen Keller, who is one of the most respected and internationally recognised visually impaired and deaf ladies, who struggled against all odds to educate herself. Keller was born on June 27, 1880 in Tuscumbia, Alabama. She was rendered deaf and blind at 19 months […]

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Delhi Government Schools Admission

The long-pending registration for admission of students whose parents want them transferred from private to government schools opens on Thursday, albeit only online. This process of ‘non-plan’ admission — or admission apart from transfer from feeder schools — usually begins in April every year. The process for classes VI to […]

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The War on Women

Book Review. The book “War on the Women” by ‘Sue Llyod’ brings to life the inconceivable and dangerous life Sue led. It tells the story of an orphan Marry Merritt who is sixteen years old, instead of being released from the care of nuns was interned by them in a […]

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Harappa

Book Review: The story oscillates from history to mythology, from occult to religion, from exorcism to gunfights, from taantrics to warriors, from love to ambition. It knits 3,700 years, powerful ancient and modern-day characters and a nail-biting conspiracy – all in one literary thriller. Harappa is the first among a […]

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Russia Registered world’s first Covid-19 vaccine.

Russian authorities have said that medical workers, teachers and other risk groups will be the first to be inoculated. Russia is the first country to register a coronavirus vaccine. Many scientists in the country and abroad have been sceptical, however, questioning the decision to register the vaccine before Phase 3 trials […]

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What this lockdown trying to School us?

Everyone out there saying, Nature is healing and it is the revenge of nature that’s why we’re suffering this pandemic because we people were harming our mother ‘Earth’ and some posting that, let’s not pollute our planet, use of vehicles should be less and blah, blah… That’s completely okay if […]

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Russian Covid-19 immunogen still has miles to travel.

NEWS: Covid19 Do not pin your hopes thereon ‘successful’ Russian immunogen On Monday evening, news portals and social media were suddenly flooded by the news that a Russian medical university has completed the trial of the world’s 1st Covid immunogen. folks were elated and quizzical at constant time because the news […]

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Pandemic-1918

Book review The Book “Pandemic: 1918” by “Catharine Arnold”. In this book she shows the eyewitness accounts from the greatest holocaust in modern history. Before Aids or Ebola, there was a ‘Spanish Flu’ which began to spread across the globe and Catharine Arnolds gripping narrative Pandemic 1918 marks the 100th […]

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