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SECULARISM- IS IT JUST A THEORETICAL CONCEPT IN INDIA?

BY: VAIBHAVI MENON “Preamble declares India to be a sovereign, socialist, secular and democratic republic.” With the Forty-second Amendment of the Constitution of India enacted in 1976, the Preamble to the Constitution asserted that India is a secular nation. This very line from the Preamble of India raises the question that is India […]

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Do We Still Need Grades In The Modern Education System?

IntroductionExaminations and grades have been defining a student’s academic capacity for a long time now.With increase in competition in all the different fields, the demand for good grades haveincreased as well. But in the modern day education system, are grades still required? Grades: Important or Not?“Gradeless classrooms are a brave […]

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Civil Wars: A Failure Of National Politicians?

Introduction: A civil war also known as an intrastate war in polemology is a war between organised groups within the same state or country. The aim of one side maybe to take control of the country or a region, to achieve independence or to change government policies. The term was […]

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Implementation of Nanotechnology with DNA

Abstract: DNA (Deoxyribonucleic acid) is the molecule that stores and transmits genetic information for the development, functioning, growth and reproduction of all living organisms and many viruses. It possesses remarkable binding specificity, thermodynamic stability and can be created with infinite choice of sequences that bind to their complementary nitrogenous bases […]

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THE STARTUP STORY

The new era has ushered in a lot of modernization and technology. This has brought drastic changes to our lifestyle, resources and social conventions. Gone are the days when business had very narrow options, too many restrictions, was very risky, and people with billion-dollar ideas and great potential had to […]

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SAVOURING FOOD WITH ALL THE SENSES

It’s quite enthralling to watch Detective Charles Boyle’s character from the famous comedy show Brooklyn Nine-Nine defining his love for ‘genuinely satisfying’ food with the help of his gifted sensory characteristics and his incredible ability to rate the overall acceptability and rank of a restaurant’s special food dish. Truly, the […]

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Corruption

Corruption refers to a form of criminal activity or dishonesty. It refers to an evil act by an individual or a group. Most noteworthy, this act compromises the rights and privileges of others. Furthermore, Corruption primarily includes activities like bribery or embezzlement. However, Corruption can take place in many ways. […]

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A 100 year battle

This started about a century ago, in the early 1900s. During that time Israel-Palestine was under the Ottoman Empire. The place was diverse with a majority of Arabs and Christians and a minority of Jews. At that time, the Jews and Palestinians wanted their own country. After World War 1, […]

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First Indian to earn ‘A’ standard Olympic quota

Sajan Prakash created history by becoming the first Indian ever to clear the ‘A’ standard of international swimming, clocking 1:56.38 minutes in the 200m butterfly. Eventually, heads to the Tokyo Olympics as the first Indian to make it to successive Games. It wasn’t the fastest of races, which meant Sajan […]

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Benefits of eating chewing gum

Everyone is fond of chewing gums for their taste, keeps you active, and stays away from mouth odor. Some people keep chewing to get rid of laziness but there are talks that chewing gums are harmful and lead to many health hazards. Many research studies have proved the benefits of […]

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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE:

Artificial Intelligence refers to the intelligence of machines. This is in contrast to the natural intelligence of humans and animals. With Artificial Intelligence, machines perform functions such as learning, planning, reasoning and problem-solving. Most noteworthy, Artificial Intelligence is the simulation of human intelligence by machines. It is probably the fastest-growing […]

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Medical negligence during Covid-19

NEGLIGENCE DURING THE COVID-19 PHASE With the COVID 19 pandemic surrounding the globe and in excess of 2 million active instances of the same, the caring administrations by the medical experts is the main redeeming quality going with the careful steps that are the duty of the considerable number of […]

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Education and Inequality

Introduction Educational inequality is the unequal distribution of academic resources, including but not limited to; school funding, qualified and experienced teachers, books, and technologies to socially excluded communities. These communities tend to be historically disadvantaged and oppressed. Individuals belonging to these marginalized groups are often denied access to schools with […]

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Top 14 Worst Natural Disasters of India

The Disastrous natural forces include volcano disasters, floods, Tsunami, and Earthquakes, which are a major explanation for casualties within the history of India. Other than Horrible Temple Stampedes like the Amarnath Yatra tragedy, Mander Devi temple stampede and Sabrimala Kerala temple stampede and major train accidents like Karanjadi train crash […]

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10 Most Spoken Languages in India by Number of Speakers

After searching on Google about the ugliest language in India, the search result displays Kannada which may be a language spoken by around 40 million people in South India. First, it had been seen on debtconsolidationsquad.com. India is home to varied major languages. allow us to examine the search and […]

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HISTORY OF THE OLYMPICS

The games which originated in ancient Greece 3000 years ago. From the 8th century B.C. to the 4th century A.D., the games were conducted every 4 years in Olympia, which was to honor the god Zeus. The first Olympics took place in the year 1896 in Athens. Since the year […]

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Another Scam in Bhadraloks’ State

In my service days whenever for official purposes visited across the state of West Bengal, I have observed in general people are polite in behaviour and amicable to the guests. Many will offer a cup of tea in an earthen pot in the offices or normal working place with ‘Rosogolla’ […]

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ECOLOGICAL SUCCESSION:

Ecological succession is process that describes how the structure of a biological community (that is, an interacting group of various species in a desert, forest, grassland, marine environment, and so on) changes over time.Ecological succession is the gradual process by which ecosystems change and develop over time. Nothing remains the […]

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How To Move Offices

According to the article, what I have understood is that it is not an easy task to shift office or to relocate offices. It requires careful planning and execution. It also involves giving prior notice to each individual working in the organisation about the premise’s relocation. One needs to prepare […]

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Climate Change: Should I be worried?

Environmental issues became a huge national and global concern since the 1960s. The media has played a huge role in communicating the situation and through that we get to know about many issues which are taking place in today’s world. Climate change has been a very substantial security concern not […]

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