Day: June 18, 2021

Loosing Someone

Attachment- a word that means something is attached. Obviously, a human can make attachment with anything either with the toy or a person. It can only form if love is there. If we love someone then we won’t never want to lose it but it’s a game of destiny. If […]

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Body positivity

Body positivity means accepting your body despite its flaws. Feeling confident about your body, accepting yourself the way you are and loving yourself immensely is the essence of the concept. Body positivity is accepting the body you have as well as the changes in shape, size, and ability it may […]

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World Test Championship – NZ squad analysis

Oops!! Lot’s of expectations and lot’s of predictions. But no game today. Don’t worry, we have 5 days left. Yes, 5 days. The reserve day, June 23 is available to compensate any loss in time occured in the pre-scheduled dates. In this blog, we will discuss the squad of New […]

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Are Romantic Movies Damaging Real Relationships???

To start with, like everything, romantic movies too affect in both positive and negative ways. Talking about positive effects of romantic movies that shows the love relationships between two individuals, irrespective of their age, sex, caste, country and religion affects and in a way broadens the concept of love between […]

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UNTOUCHABILITY

MEANING Untouchability is the practice of discriminating various individuals and groups based on their cast and the jobs done by them. Untouchability is practiced for a very long time. It works on the Indian caste system hierarchy. The untouchables usually bear inhuman treatment because they belong to the lower caste. […]

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SLEEP DEPRIVATION

INTRODUCTION Sleep deprivation or sleeplessness, is the condition of not having adequate duration and/or quality of sleep to support decent alertness, performance, and health. It can be either chronic or acute and may vary widely in severity. Acute sleep deprivation is when an individual does not sleep at all for a short period of time – usually lasting […]

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How our screen time affects our lives?

Screen time is the amount of time we spend on any device with a screen like a mobile, TV, or laptop. Experts say that less than 2 hours of screen time outside work is the ideal screen time. The pandemic has made us more addicted to our devices increasing our […]

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OBESITY

MEANING In simple words, obesity refers to a body state that is excessively beyond the ideal Body Mass Index. In adults, obesity is defined as having a BMI of 30 or more, according to the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention. Obesity has become a very serious issue among youngsters […]

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EDUCATION- A TOOL FOR EMPOWERMENT

Empowerment means moving from enforced powerlessness to a position of power. Education is an essential means of empowering women with the knowledge, skills and self-confidence necessary to fully participate in the development process. Sustainable development is only possible when women and men enjoy equal opportunities to reach their potential.Women and […]

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COVID-19 IMPACT ON MENTAL HEALTH

INTRODUCTION Since anyone of any gender and sociodemographic status can be infected, it is understandable, that increasing mental health issues such as anxiety or depression resulting in erratic behaviour among people amidst infectious outbreaks is a not-uncommon phenomenon. Outbreaks can have a profound and broad spectrum of psychological impact on […]

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THE DEADLY BLACK FUNGUS

INTRODUCTION Mucormycosis is a very rare infection. It is caused by exposure to mucor mould which is commonly found in soil, plants, manure, and decaying fruits and vegetables. It affects the sinuses, the brain and the lungs and can be life-threatening in diabetic or severely immunocompromised individuals, such as cancer […]

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NATIONAL EDUCATION POLICY 2020

INTRODUCTION The NEP 2020 aims at making “India a global knowledge superpower”. The Cabinet has also approved the renaming of the Ministry of Human Resource Development to the Ministry of Education. The NEP cleared by the Cabinet is only the third major revamp of the framework of education in India since independence. The two earlier education policies were […]

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ANCIENT INDIAN ARCHITECTURE

A PEEK INTO THE HARAPPAN CIVILISATION Indus valley civilization or Harappan civilization is the earliest known urban culture of the Indian subcontinent. A major hallmark of the Harrapan civilisation was the advanced and well-planned drainage system in place. Main street drains were covered with bricks and stones, and there were tertiary drains. Second storeys […]

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The Solar Family

The universe is a big place. We have been granted a family in this vast dark nothingness- our solar system. So, what is so cool about it? There are thousands […]

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