Queen of Jhansi

Lakshmi Bai, also spelled Laxmi Bai, (born c. November 19, 1835, Kashi, India—died June 17, 1858, Kotah-ki-Serai, near Gwalior), rani (queen) of Jhansi and a leader of the Indian Mutiny of 1857–58. Brought up in the household of the peshwa (ruler) Baji Rao II, Lakshmi Bai had an unusual upbringing for a Brahman girl. Growing up with the boys in the peshwa’s court, she was […]

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CORONA & EDUCATION

We all have been through this pandemic, It is very difficult for all of us to concentrate on our work. Our lives were going through a hard time until we all decided to put ourselves out of these difficult situation and fought against it together. In this time where all […]

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People have to come forward for saving the Earth

Article by – Shishir Tripathi Intern at Hariyali FoundationIn collaboration withEducational News Day after day, the planet is proceeding to fall into the ocean of destruction. Each day factories are releasing poisonous smoke and harmful effluents in the nature. As it is said there is pre defined limit of everything, […]

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Music: An Underrated Stress Buster!…

I was going through some tough time these days. I felt like drowning in anxiety and overthinking. I didn’t even tell anyone about it.One day I got so much lost in anxiety that I had to tell it to my best friend. He was talking with me, trying to convince […]

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Online vs offline shopping.

Shopping trends have changed from last couple of years . People mostly in metro cities and urban areas prefer shopping online from ease and comfort oof their home. Nobody likes to go out in scorching heat, pollution and irritating traffic and roam around 10 shops to get best deals. That […]

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PM lauds farmers of India

In his Mann ki Baat address, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi said that during the COVID crisis, the farmers of the country have shown tremendous resilience. Prime Minister said that if the agriculture sector is strong, then the foundation of Atmanirbhar Bharat will remain strong.  He noted that in the […]

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193rd Gunners Day on 28 September 2020

28 September is celebrated as the Gunners Day every year as on this day in 1827 Five (Bombay) Mountain Battery equipped with 2.5 inch Guns was raised. Presently it forms part of 57 Field Regiment. Artillery has grown in strength and capability with each passing year. Today the Artillery boosts […]

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NCDC sanctions Rs 19444 crores in first instalment for MSP operations support to States during Kharif season 2020-21

National Cooperative Development Corporation (NCDC), the apex financing organization of Union Agriculture Ministry has sanctioned as first instalment, funds amounting to Rs 19444 crores to the states of Chhattisgarh, Haryana and Telangana for Kharif paddy procurement under Minimum Support Price (MSP) operations. These amounts have been sanctioned to assist the […]

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Evolution of Poetry

The rose is a rose,And was always a rose.But the theory now goesThat the apple’s a rose,And the pear is, and soThe plum, I suppose.The dear only knowsWhat will next prove a rose.You, of course, are a rose –But were always a rose. The above-mentioned lines are from a beautiful […]

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BEING A MAN IS NOT EASY

Women often complain that men don’t understand them or sympathise with them. Men are lazy, they say: they don’t help with housework and children. At the same time, men enjoy particular privileges and freedoms that many women are denied. All of these things are undoubtedly true, particularly in Chinese society. […]

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WHY STEVE JOBS IS AN INSPIRATION

When we delve deep into the world of motivational speaking, one of our personal heroes is a man named Steve Jobs. He was a pioneer of technology and the founder of one of the biggest companies in the world, you might know it, Steve named his company Apple. In this […]

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Bribery

As the world is evolving, we see how people are losing their morals too. Things like corruption and bribery have become so common that everyone turns a blind eye to it. Bribery refers to the exchanging of cash, materials or goods. This exchange is done to get some work done […]

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Self first.

The negative stigma towards ‘selfishness’ has somewhat blurred the lines between selfishness and self-preservation. These blurred lines can cause feelings of guilt and pressure to always try to be selfless.  What if before we make a decision that others may perceive to be ‘selfish’ we check in with ourselves. Ask […]

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Myths about Birthmarks.

Birthmarks have significance both good and bad; as a result, they are inferred both as Angel kisses and Marks of the Devil. It seems like these marks have several interpretations influenced by cultural beliefs, color, size and location on our body like every other thing around us. Some of them […]

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Development & Displacement

Development is the slogan of the day not only in developed countries but also for the developing countries of the world now. All governmental & state organizations are now rushing […]

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Teachers During the Pandemic

Teachers during the pandemic The outbreak of the novel coronavirus has significantly affected all sectors including the education sector, the agriculture sector, the industrial sector, and our economy in its entirety. This unforeseen virus has single-handedly disrupted the entire world, from every country’s economy to everyone’s professional as well as […]

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