Month: September 2020

Who was Sati Savitri?

In our history, great sacrifices and many unsung pioneers had existed. They were either forgotten or wiped out from our Humes. Many grave sacrifices  have  become a jest in today’s world. At least once, one  may have heard someone saying ‘I am no Sati Savitri.’ or ‘Who do you think […]

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September 2: The Tree of Life’s Celebration Day

September 2 is observed as World Coconut Day to create awareness about coconut trees and its benefits. For Asian and Pacific Coconut Community including India, which mass produces coconut this day is of utmost importance. Coconut tree is also known as tree of life because it plays a significant role […]

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I PHONE 12 DOWN THE LINE.

Massive update on the new I phone 12 series, as it got further delayed  I.e.  It wont be getting launched on September as planned. There are also trending rumor that I Phone 12 series may not add any phone charger with their phones. Apple confirmed that It may be get launched in the middle […]

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How to sell?

Sales is the most important process of any business organisation the survival of a business organisation depends on the shoulders of salesman. It is the main revenue generation of any business. Below I am sharing seven powerful tips which will definitely boost your sales. .DON’T SELL, TRY TO HELP – […]

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23.9 Present GDP – Economic will survive ? – The Q1 GDP of FY 2020-21 dropped 23.9%, revealing the extent of damage the pandemic has caused to India’s economy.

Gross Domestic Product, abbreviated as GDP, is the total value of goods and services produced in a country. GDP is measured over specific time frames, such as a quarter or a year. GDP as an economic indicator is used worldwide to show the economic health of a country.The Gross Domestic Product measures the value of […]

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A brief history of India’s NAM

While looking at India’s foreign policy [IFP], one of the foremost aspects that one studies is the Non-Alignment Movement. This is because it invariably shaped India’s vision and international behavior for long periods of time. Primarily, there were three kinds of factors that contributed to the choice of IFP. These […]

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Rape.

What had human beings become? Did war make us evil or just activate an evil already lurking within us?Today am going to talk about something really common thing which is been happening around since we created all sort of barriers. RAPE .The whole thing becomes like this evil enchantment from […]

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Self-Improvement

Priya Yadav,Self-Improvement is the improvement of knowledge, status, or character through one’s own efforts. It is the quest to improve oneself in every aspect of life. By self-improvement, we make our life better in a way that makes it easier for us to reach our goals. It brings self-confidence, our […]

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Was Lockdown a success?

Are indians stupid ??In India the police were beating up the people roaming outside on the street!!  You must’ve heard it and seen it on whatsapp as well .What do you think was right or wrong ? but the bigger question is WHY ??Why do the police have to do […]

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Surveillance and Privacy

The debate on Surveillance and Privacy has become an indisputable component of all environments. While some degree of surveillance has always existed, in the last few decades it has expanded due rise of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs). Surveillance practices particularly in technologically advanced societies have increased because of use of […]

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Battle with the wild!…

“Hold on! Hang in there. Don’t move. I’ll help you”.Ronnie shouted.Ronnie and michael came for an adventure trip in amazon jungle along with their friends. But before they could begin the hike, their helicopter crashed. None of their friends could survive, but Ronnie and Michael jumped with parachutes at the […]

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Australia-India-Japan Economic Ministers’ Joint Statement on Supply Chains Resilience

Following is the text of the Joint Ministerial Statement adopted during the Trilateral Ministerial Meeting on supply chain resilience held on 1.9.2020 “1. Australia’s Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, Senator the Honourable Simon Birmingham, India’s Minister of Commerce and Industry, His Excellency Piyush Goyal, and Japan’s Minister of Economy, Trade […]

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