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Indian air force

The Indian Air Force, also known as Bharatiya Vayu Sena is the air arm of the Indian Armed Forces. Its key role is to keep the Indian aerospace resistant to attacks and manage aerial warfare during the conflict. Established on October 8, 1932, it possessed the strength of 25 soldiers […]

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Fear

Fear is one of the seven universal emotions experience by humans all over the world. Any fear arises with the threat of harm, physical, emotional, or psychological – from a real or imaginary situation. Usually perceived as a negative emotion, fear can also be positive and healthy. Fear serves as […]

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Indian navy

The Indian Navy is the naval branch of the armed forces of India. With 55,000 men and women, including 5,000 naval aviation personnel and 2,000 Marine Commandos (MARCOS), it is the world’s fifth largest navy. The Indian Navy currently operates more than 155 vessels, including the aircraft carrier INS Viraat. […]

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Indian army

Indian armed forces are divided into three parts – Indian army, Indian Airforce and the Indian Navy. Indian army is the land-based unit, while Indian Airforce deals in air defence and Indian Navy is the naval unit. Our Indian army is the second largest in the world with about 1.23 […]

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Future of Indian agriculture

Agriculture in India is livelihood for a majority of the population and can never be underestimated.Although its contribution in the gross domestic product (GDP) has reduced to less than 20 per cent and contribution of other sectors increased at a faster rate, agricultural production has grown. This has made us […]

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Daily Yoga

Yoga is an art that connects our body, mind and soul together and makes us strong and peaceful. Yoga is essential because it keeps us fit, helps in reducing stress and maintains overall health and a healthy mind can help in concentrating well. Yoga is important because by practicing yoga, […]

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Time and tide wait for none

Time, is the only factor which is limited in life. Everything else you might stretch, elongate, increase since your birth but time is the only constraining factor which is extremely limited. There are only 24 hours in a day but how you spend the best part of those 24 hours […]

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Ideology behind patriotism

A Patriotic person is always on his own country’s side or supports his leaders when they deserve it. They are committed to their nation, care about their security, hold their country’s interest at their goal, and will always want their stability, development, and growth. People have an emotional relationship with […]

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Corruption

No doubt corruption is one of the biggest obstacles in the growth of our nation. From the last 60 years corruption has deeply installed itself in very root of Indian society. Earlier corruption was mostly synonymous with Government officials. But today even the private sector has joined the race.Corruption is […]

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Importance of cardio

Cardiovascular fitness is the ability to handle aerobically challenging situations of varying duration. The leading cause of death in the United States is heart disease. Improving cardiovascular fitness can reduce your risk of developing heart disease by increasing the efficiency of your heart, lungs, and blood vessels. The easier it […]

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Fitness

Health can be defined as a holistic way of the growth of the human body and mind. A healthy person’s body is in complete harmony with his mind. We can practice the art of health and wellness by keeping in mind that our bodies are made from living tissues. Those […]

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Experience of online classes

The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in the closure of schools and colleges across the country. Education has changed dramatically during the lockdown period, with a considerable rise of e-learning, whereby teaching is executed remotely and on digital platforms. Tens of thousands of students are glued to computers and smartphone screens […]

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Sankranti festival

Sankranti is a harvest festival celebrated in India. Sankranti is derived from the word ‘Sankramana’, meaning a ‘change’. It is also called ‘Makara Sankranti’, as the Sun enters ‘Makara Rasi’ that day. It usually falls on 14th of January every year. The Sun starts its northward journey from the Tropic […]

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Irani chai

Despite the fast-developing chai scene in Hyderabad, some places stand the test of time; and Hotel Rumaan in Tolichowki is one of them, with its almost perfect formula for retaining patronage that spans generations.From streets away, you cannot miss the unmistakable smell of chai spices melded with hot butter. The […]

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Top five technologies

AI-as-a-service Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the most transformative tech evolutions of our times. As I highlighted in my book ‘Artificial Intelligence in Practice’, most companies have started to explore how they can use AI to improve the customer experience and to streamline their business operations. This will continue […]

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