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Why go Veg?

Why are people drawn to vegetarianism? Some just want to live longer, healthier lives. Others have made the switch to preserve Earth’’s natural resources or from a love of animals and an ethical opposition to eating them. Thanks to an abundance of scientific research that demonstrates the health and environmental benefits of a plant-based […]

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Government of India banned 59 Chinese apps

The Ministry of Information Technology, on June 29, banned 59 mobile apps, saying they are engaged in activities which are “prejudicial to the sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, security of state and public order. The list of apps included TikTok, Weibo and others. the IT ministry said that […]

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Environmental Pollution: Health Effects and Operational Implications for Pollutants Removal

Environmental pollution is reaching worrying proportions worldwide. Urbanization and industrialization along with economic development have led to increase in energy consumption and waste discharges. The global environmental pollution, including greenhouse gas emissions and acid deposition, as well as water pollution and waste management is considered as international public health problems, […]

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Indian Economy

Introduction India has emerged as the fastest growing major economy in the world and is expected to be one of the top three economic powers in the world over the next 10-15 years, backed by its robust democracy and strong partnerships. Market size India’s gross domestic product (GDP) (at constant […]

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Where has China reached?

The standoff in Eastern Ladakh has grabbed the attention of the entire nation towards a belligerent China that seeks to challenge the status quo on borders amidst a global pandemic. While in the rest of India, there is a popular sentiment against Chinese goods and services which have now become […]

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Music and Health

Music is a fundamental attribute of the human species. Virtually all cultures, from the most primitive to the most advanced, make music. It’s been true through history, and it’s true throughout an individual’s lifespan. In tune or not, we humans sing and hum; in time or not, we clap and […]

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5 Tips to Help Students Prepare for Their Careers

Set yourself up for post-graduation success pre-graduation. Your “real world” self will thank you.  Students, you’ve seen it more than once. Fellow classmates complete their degrees and then spend their first week of freedom from the library painting the town red and celebrating. Those same classmates pound the pavement the […]

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Need of afforestation in present world

We are living in a world where development is the atmost priority for everyone whether to develop knowledge , infrastructure , our own countries or any other field. In this period of development we have taken our mother Earth for granted and as a result we have forgotten the prophesy […]

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Three Elements of Trust

The Three Elements of Trust By understanding the behaviors that underlie trust, leaders are better able to elevate the level of trust that others feel toward them. Here are the three elements. Positive Relationships. Trust is in part based on the extent to which a leader is able to create positive […]

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Solar eclipse

Rare Solstice Annular Solar Eclipse In 2020, many locations will see a rare solstice annular solar eclipse on the same day as the June solstice. This will happen only twice this century, in 2020 and on June 21, 2039. The Moon Eclipses the Sun An eclipse of the Sun happens when the New Moon moves between […]

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What is the deadly India-China border dispute about?

What has happened? At least 20 people have died in clashes between Indian and Chinese troops along the disputed Himalayan border running along the Ladakh area of Kashmir. It is the first fatal clash since 1975 and the most serious since 1967. Fighting broke out on Monday evening when an […]

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Books-Our Best Companion

“A book is a good companion, and a good companion never leaves you”. Books are always knowledge. They always give us, never take anything from us. They are like an ocean, we can always gain knowledge from them. Human relations can be deceptive and unreliable but our relation with books […]

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Body Shaming

“Do you ever stop and think about how often we are told to change our appearance?  Magazines constantly offer tips about how to lose weight “in days,” appear slimmer “instantly,” and hide our “imperfections”… without actually knowing anything about us, much less our appearance.  This is one example of body-shaming, […]

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4 fundamental laws of India every student should know

Students of a country are the most powerful and important resource for better development. Students create the future of a country. As important students are, they sometimes end up being exploited and denied of their rights. It is very important for every student, specially college students to know their legal […]

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Sushant Singh Rajput

Sushant Singh Rajput(SSR) was born on 21st January 1986 in Patna, Bihar. He was an actor, entrepreneur, and a philanthropist. He began his career by doing daily soaps like ‘kis desh mein hai mera dil’ and an award winning soap ‘pavitra rishta’. He died on 14th June, 2020 in Mumbai, […]

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The future of Information Technology

The future of information technology(IT) is very bright and promising. We are already living in IT revolution era. It is one of the trends which is emerging very rapidly. Huge amount of development is expected in future in the sector, but as the world develops, new emerging information technologies will […]

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Child Labour

Child labour refers to any work or activity that deprives children of their childhood. In effect, these are activities that are detrimental to the physical and mental health of children and that hinder their proper development. Child labour includes: Child labour before the minimum legal age : The basic minimum legal […]

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5 ways to turn your mistakes into life lessons

Have you ever found yourself saying, “I’ll never do that again,” only to find yourself doing the exact same thing just a short time later? If so, you’re not alone. It’s likely all of us have repeated some of our mistakes at one time or another. But making the same […]

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LGBTQ community

Over the past decade, LGBT people which includes Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people have gained more and more tolerance,acceptance and respect in India, especially in large cities. Discrimination is still present in rural areas, where LGBT people often face rejection from their families and forced opposite-sex marriages.Nonetheless, most LGBT […]

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Acid Attack

Women are an important part of our society. Every woman has her own job or duty inthis modern society in which men are unfortunately still the ‘strongest gender’, we can’tforget that a woman’s life is a lot more complicated than a man’s life. A woman has totake care of her […]

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The Human Calculator

Shakuntla Devi , born on 4th november, 1929, was an Indian writer and mental calculator, popularly known as the ‘human computer’. Her talent earned her a place in the 1982 edition of  The Guinness Book of World Records. She was born in Bangalore, India. Born to Hindu Kannada Brahmin parents, Devi […]

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Ranveer Singh

Ranveer Singh is one of the greatest actors in the bollywood. He was born on 6th july, 1985. He is a recipient of many awards including the Filmfare Award. He is amongst the highest paid actors in the bollywood cinema and has featured in Forbes India’s Celebrity 100 since 2012. […]

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