SEBI & Stock Exchanges

Indian Equity markets have had the history of various scams and malpractices of the brokers and other agencies requiring a strong and effective regulatory body. The unfair treatment to the investor’s community and therefore the lack of confidence in the markets made the government to establish SEBI, an autonomous body. […]

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World day against child labour- Prevalence of child labour

Data On Out-Of-School Children To Be Compiled Through Online Module: Education MinisterThe online module will compile the data of out-of-school children identified by each state and Union Territory and map it with Special Training Centres (STCs) on the PRABANDH Portal of Samagra Shiksha. An online module to compile out-of school […]

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Plastic Money

Introduction to Plastic Money Plastic money refers to plastic cards such as debit cards, credit cards and ATM cards used in place of actual bank currency notes. They are made […]

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Covaxin’s emergency approval push in US fails

Covaxin manufacturer Bharat Biotech, which is already drawing flak in India for the unusual delay in releasing its final phase 3 clinical trial results, got a fresh jolt as the US drug regulator declined emergency use authorisation for the vaccine in it’s country. Indian authorities, however, claimed the US decision […]

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Soft Skills and It’s Importance

Soft skills refer to those skills which relate to how we work. They are the non-technical skills required for problem-solving and managing work. Soft skills include skills such as communication skills, listening skills, time management, problem solving skills, decision making skills and leadership skills to name a few. Certain soft […]

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National Geographic nerds recognise 5th Ocean

Cartographers at the National Geographic have finally recognised Antarctica’s Southern Ocean on their maps, bringing their count of Earth’s ocean to five. The society which has been releasing maps of the world since 1915 publicly announced their new policy yesterday, to coincide with World Ocean Day. National Geographic have defined […]

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Types of personalities

You might belong to one of the below-mentioned personality types, you can yourself identify your personality traits but others can also do this for you. We, human beings, observe each other and that is why we can tell easily ( given that we know them for a long time)  to […]

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WORKING OUT IN THE TIMES OF LOCKDOWN

It’s been over a year now, that we have stepped out of our homes normally, have had a hearty game of squash, badminton, tennis or cricket with our buddies or had a nice long run on the go or a gym session or a biking, hiking trail to get that […]

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Preferred gender pronouns

Preferred pronouns or preferred gender pronouns or personal gender pronouns is a set of pronouns that an individual wants others to use to refer to that person’s gender identity. These pronouns are different from the pre-defined gender specific pronouns such as she/her/hers which are used for females and he/him/his for […]

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Cryptocurrency: A intimate mutual fund

A cryptocurrency is a digital asset stored on computerised databases.These digital coins are recorded in digital ledgers using strong cryptography to keep them secure. The ledgers are distributed globally, and each transaction made using cryptocurrencies are codified as blocks. And multiple blocks linking each other forms a blockchain on the […]

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7 FACTS ABOUT AREA 51

Mysteries of Area 51 – Area 51 is one of the strangest places in the world. Stories about ufo and extraterrestrial creatures are quite commonly attached to the present area. Located within the middle of Nevada, your dreams flee into something […]

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INDIAN – EUROPEAN UNION RELATIONS

International relations are necessary for every nation to maintain their identity globally. Nations are the primary actors on the international platform. The relation between India and European Union dates back to the 1960s. With the (then) EEC, India established diplomatic relations and was one of the first to do so. […]

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Importance of Hobbies

A hobby is a favourite subject or occupation which is not one’s main business. It is taken up simply for pleasure or amusement. A hobby must combine both ‘outside of its core business’ and ‘pleasure and entertainment’ elements. Different persons have different hobbies. Some take to collecting used up stamps, […]

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Bill Gates is America’s biggest farmland owner

We all know that Bill Gates is the co-founder and CEO of Microsoft corporation. He is also a philanthropist, an author and an investor. He is considered as the one of the best known entrepreneurs of the micro computer revolution of 1970’s and 1980’s. He married Melinda French on Jan […]

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Teen brains are not broken

What do you remember about becoming a teenager? Maybe it was waking up one morning to discover that your body was shaped completely different or maybe you remember getting sick which means sickness of despair, emotional pain, loss of happiness and for some people wanting to die. We call this […]

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Solar eclipse- 10th June 2021

The first solar eclipse of this year took place on June 10. This celestial event occurred after the total lunar eclipse which took place on May 26. The solar eclipse was visible in India in Ladakh and Arunachal Pradesh. The solar eclipse was also visible in the eastern parts of […]

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Why Women Are Refusing To Get Vaccinated?…

As we know in this time of pandemic people all over the world are concerned about their health and life, everyone is trying their best possible efforts to cure and protect themselves from corona and that is by government has also decided to provide vaccines at  no cost to the […]

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