Month: August 2020

Book Review: The Story of my Life

The book is an autobiography of Helen Keller, who is one of the most respected and internationally recognised visually impaired and deaf ladies, who struggled against all odds to educate herself. Keller was born on June 27, 1880 in Tuscumbia, Alabama. She was rendered deaf and blind at 19 months […]

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Delhi Government Schools Admission

The long-pending registration for admission of students whose parents want them transferred from private to government schools opens on Thursday, albeit only online. This process of ‘non-plan’ admission — or admission apart from transfer from feeder schools — usually begins in April every year. The process for classes VI to […]

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Virat and Anushka to welcome their child very soon

Indian Cricket team’s Captain Virat Kohli and Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma (her wife) announced the pregnancy of actress. The couple is expecting their first child in Jan 2021. Anushka announced this through her instagram post, in which she is seen flaunting her baby bump as she stands next to Virat. […]

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Technological Development And Global Unemployment.

“I don’t fear computer, I fear lack of them.” is a brilliant quote said by a Professor of Boston University. Since the dawn if the industrial age, a recurrent fear has been that technologicsl change will spawn a massive unemployment but neoclassical economists predicted that it would not happen and […]

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FREEDOM OF SPEECH IN THE AGE OF SOCIAL MEDIA.

“Freedom of speech doesn’t protect what you like, but it protects what you don’t like”. This famous quote throws all powerful light on the contemporary world and has the phases it going through. Every other thing that now needs attention can be well reached upon by just a single tweet. […]

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Principal Bench of Armed Forces Tribunal initiates hearings of matters pertaining to Regional Benches through video conferencing

Armed Forces Tribunal (AFT) Chairperson Justice Rajendra Menon has inaugurated hearings by video conferencing for all ten Regional Benches of the Armed Forces Tribunal here today. The Principal Bench of Armed Forces Tribunal is the only court that has been conducting physical hearings since June 8, 2020. Physical hearings are […]

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NITI Aayog to Launch Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC)–Transport Initiative for Asia(TIA) India Component tomorrow, 27th August

NITI Aayog will virtually launch the India Component of the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC)–Transport Initiative for Asia (TIA) tomorrow, 27 August.  GIZ Director, Division South Asia, Corinna Küsel, and Deputy Ambassador German Embassy, Stephan Grabherr, will open the event at 6 pm, followed by opening remarks by Dr Karsten Sach, Director General IK, International […]

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MOU signed between NeGD and CSC E-Governance Services India Limited making services on UMANG app available to citizens through the network of 3.75 lakh CSCs

With an objective to realise Digital India’s vision of “Power to Empower” and to enable Digital Inclusion across the length and breadth of India, the National e-Governance Division (NeGD), Ministry of Electronics & IT (MeitY) has signed an MOU with CSC (Common Service Center) e Governance Services India Limited on […]

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Dr. Harsh Vardhan: “A robust Climate Risk management framework calls for a multi- level approach across the country to determine various climate change risks likely to impact the country while also providing a broad understanding of the loss and damage likely to be caused due to these risks”

The Minister Science and Technology, Earth Sciences and Health and Family Welfare, Dr Harsh Vardhan today said that “A robust Climate Risk management framework calls for a multi- level approach across the country (national, sub-national, regional and local) to determine the various climate change risks likely to impact the country […]

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