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Dilip Kumar: A tribute to Acting Legend.

Today, July 7, will be a very sad day for Indian Cinema as it lost one of the most popular actors in its history, Dilip Kumar. The 98 year old actor took his last breath in Hinduja Hospital, Mumbai. Mr. Dilip Kumar was born in Peshawar, Pakistan (at the time […]

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BYJU’S: India’s most valuable Unicorn.

What’s the business about?, BYJU’s is an Indian multinational educational company which was founded in 2011 by BYJU Raveendran and Divya Gokulnath. Today, it’s the most valuable unicorn in India and world’s most valuable technological educational company. History of BYJU’S In 2011, Mr. Raveendran and Ms. Divya Gokulnath founded an […]

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Why society only loves women who sacrifice ?

We must have heard from our relatives and people from our older generation that a good woman or a good wife is the one who knows how to ‘adjust’. We also must have come across conversations where patriarchs have often said things like “to maintain a good relationship, a woman […]

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Swami Vivekananda: A Tribute to the Godly Figure.

Swami Vivekananda as we all know was born on January 12, 1863 in Calcutta (present day Kolkata). Swami Vivekananda was never religious in his early life but was always interested in spirituality and meditation from young age. Swami Vivekananda got educated from Calcutta University and had keen interest in subjects […]

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6 forgotten things to do in Weekends.

It is very difficult for all of us to pass our time in weekends and especially if weekends fall in between big pandemic lockdowns. For many of us, each day has become like a weekend due to long imposed lockdowns in our respective areas. We must utilise our time in […]

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Media Bias: the shoddy practice

Media Bias is a term used to describe biases and personal prejudices of a journalist in the selection of events that will be reported and the manner in which they’ll be reported. In earlier times, every media organisation had a political backing, that is, funded by any political party or […]

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Media, Disability & COVID-19

According to United Nations, about 1 billion people all over the world come under the category of “disabled” and that is 15% of the global population. Now, the question is, shall we as a society neglect 15% people in the world just because they happen to be in minority? Media […]

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Emerging Trends in Social Media

Over the past decade, social media has managed to secure a special position in our hearts.Like every other evolutions in the world, the way we use social media platforms also evolves.With the quick growth of social media, trends change every second day and thus brands and individuals are in a […]

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Decline of Political participation of Females in India

Since the beginning of rebellious movements against the oppressive British regime in 19th century, women have played an integral part in freedom struggle in India. From Rani Lakshmibai in 1857 to Mantangini Hazra in 1942, women have always upheld the patriotism and love for their nation. Sarojini Naidu, an Indian […]

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