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Online Shopping vs Offline Shopping

With online shopping, you have the luxury of being able to shop the world from the comfort of your home (or wherever you are) with internet connection. Furthermore, your purchases aren’t limited, and you can switch between different websites within a click.In terms of offline shopping, it takes more effort than just […]

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History of Kashmir

The large Indian subcontinent was very different from what it is today. From colonial rule to gaining independence and consolidation of states, India had to go through many challenges and changes. One major change which broke not only the country but also millions of hearts was the Partition. During the […]

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Covid 19 Impact on business and jobs

Covid 19 epidemic & the lockdown applied by the Government to control its spread has had a major impact on the economy and business. Senior Executive jobs have also not remained unaffected from its effects. In the initial period of the lockdown, companies tried to hold on to their employees, […]

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INVESTMENT FUTURE CONTRACT IN DEPTH

A Future Contract is a contract between two parties where both agrees to buy or sell the underlying asset at a predetermined price and the specified date in future. It’s also known as a derivative because future contracts derive their value from an underlying asset. The underlying asset in the […]

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INVESTMENT IN THE STOCK MARKET FOR BEGINNERS

The stock market refers to public markets that exist for issuing, buying, and selling stocks that trade on a stock exchange or over-the-counter.  In simple terms, if A wants to sell shares of Reliance Industries, the stock market will help him to meet the seller who is willing to buy […]

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Queen Suriratna of Korea

Heo Hwang-Ok, also known as Suriratna was the queen of a Korean dynasty known as Karak Dynasty during 48AD. A popular South Korean book of fables and historical stories, ‘Samguk […]

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India’s Healthcare Condition

Long before the virus invasion into India, the nation already suffered from a devastatingly poor healthcare system. With more corrupt systems in Public (government owned) hospitals where only miserable think of going while the middle or upper  middle and upper classes always seek for the genuine treatments at heavily priced […]

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India’s federal system of States and the Union.

India’s recent growth story is now much analyzed, and quite well understood. Despite some temporary controversy over the relative impacts of economic reforms in the 1980s and 1990s – hesitant and piecemeal in the first of those decades, deeper and more systematic in the subsequent period – the new consensus […]

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Nepotism In India

In India Corruption goes hand in hand with nepotism. It goes on in government and private jobs both. Nepotism is common in politics, judiciary, and business and in the film […]

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India-Australia Relations

A virtual bilateral summit was held virtually for the first time between the Prime Ministers of India and Australia. A few of the major outcomes of the Summit was the Elevation of the bilateral Strategic Partnership to Comprehensive Strategic Partnership. The Elevation of the “2+2” engagement to the level of […]

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The perpetual war between the two countries

You must have seen a video which got viral few days back where a boy was seen damaging the walls of a temple that is currently being built in Islamabad(Pakistan). Another example like this was where a five year old boy was seen warning the Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan […]

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Malnutrition In India

Malnutrition is one of the world’s highly overlooked issues. Many still believe that malnutrition is restricted to the African continent, which is the biggest myth this article will bust. If the first image that pops into your mind when you think of malnutrition is a scrawny African kid, this is […]

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India’s Booming Population, Boon or Bane?

India with a population count of almost 1.35 Billion stands second in the entire planet after China. There are certain nations with similar ‘people per sq. Km’ ratios, one such example is of Japan and it has done remarkably great in terms of its wonderfully boosted economy. Can India do […]

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