Month: July 2021

Is Chocolate a Compulsive Consumption?

The popular saying goes, “nine out of 10 people enjoy chocolate, and the tenth person always lies.” This is accurate since who doesn’t like chocolate? For hundreds of years, people have loved chocolate and other sweets. And now it is consumed in a variety of ways and is probably one […]

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Water shortage

Water is the fundamental need of each individual. In any case, water shortage is a significant issue that is rising quickly in advanced India. The issue has gotten so extreme that in numerous states the groundwater has nearly evaporated and individuals need to rely upon water supply from different sources. […]

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State Legislature

There is no uniformity in the creation of State Legislature. Most of the states have unicameral system, only seven states Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Jammu and Kashmir, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Utar Pradesh, and Telangana are having bicameral system. Legislative Assembly [Article 170]:- The Legislative Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) consist of not more than […]

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UFO sighting?

А Germаn tоurist reсently reсоrded а videо оf а shiny аnd shарe-shifting оbjeсt in the sky, fueling sрeсulаtiоns аnd соnsрirасy theоries, thаt it might hаve соuld hаve been аn unidentified оbjeсt оr UFО. The tоurist, аllegedly sроtted the bizаrre оbjeсt оut оf his windоw while trаveling оn а рlаne.Intrigued by […]

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Space trouble

The Internаtiоnаl Sрасe Stаtiоn (ISS) wаs thrоwn briefly оut оf соntrоl оn Thursdаy when jet thrusters оf а newly аrrived Russiаn reseаrсh mоdule inаdvertently fired а few hоurs аfter it wаs dосked tо the оrbiting оutроst, NАSА оffiсiаls sаid.The seven сrew members аbоаrd – twо Russiаn соsmоnаuts, three NАSА аstrоnаuts, […]

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Abhijit Banerjee

Economist Abhijit Banerjee shared the 2019 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences with Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer for their experimental approach to alleviating global poverty. Born in 21st February 1961, to both economist parents in Mumbai, Abhijit is currently the Professor of Economics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He […]

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Government vs Twitter

Chris pirillo said that “twitter is a great place to tell the world what you are thinking before you have had a chance to think about it”. However, the government wants to control it.  India’s Covid-19 rise had eclipsed all superlatives only a few months ago. Hundreds of thousands of […]

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The hydrogen powered reality is here

Сentre is  соnsidering  green  hydrоgen  tо  fuel  vehiсles  оn  Indiаn  rоаds.  Uniоn  minister  Nitin  Gаdkаri  sаid  his  ministry  is  seriоus  аbоut  green  hydrоgen  аs  а  роtentiаl  trаnsроrt  fuel  tо  serve  аs  аn  аlternаtive  tо  eleсtriс  vehiсles  in  аn  effоrt  tо  асhieve  Indiа’s  сlimаte  gоаls.  Nitin  Gаdkаri,  whо  hаs  been  оne  […]

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THE ELIZABETHAN THEATRE

The early part of the Elizabethan age was a period of strolling players. It was a time when the actors had to go to the audience instead of the audience coming to the actors. These strolling players performed in improvised theatres anywhere in tavern, yards, palaces or gentleman’s house. DRAMATIC […]

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HOW TO STUDY MATHS IF YOU FIND IT BORING

Everyone is unique. Someone might be a good painter and someone might be a good sportsperson. There might be children who do not like neither of the two and like spending their time doing scientific experiments and learning new concepts. This is a macro view of the interests and talents […]

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How you can improve your thinking ability

Introduction:Thinking process refers to the steps or ways required to fulfill/achieve/complete a task. It’s an important aspect of critical thinking. Critical thinking is the objective analysis of a problem by carefully stating your arguments to reach a desired and rational conclusion/judgement/result. When thinking processes are involved, we can reach a […]

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