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Sunken City in deepest diving pool

Deep dive Dubai has a depth of 60 metres or 196 feet. The incredible creation has a sunken City effect with various interactive features. Divers can explore sunken apartments, play games like chess, table football,pool. The pool has a special lighting and audio system. There are underwater film studio with […]

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NBFC CRISIS – DETAILED EXPLANATION

Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFC) are establishments that provide financial services and banking facilities without meeting the legal definition of a Bank. They are covered under the Banking regulations laid down by the Reserve Bank of India and provide banking services like loans, credit facilities, TFCs, retirement planning, investing and stocking […]

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Latest Transfer News (SOCCER)

Manchester City contact A.Griezmann Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and around the world. Benzema staying at Real Karim Benzema will be staying at Real Madrid even if they land Kylian Mbappe this summer, reports Marca. Los Blancos […]

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PANGONG LAKE

Pangong Lake also known as Pangong Tso is a beautiful endorheic lake situated in the Himalayas and is 134 km long, extending from India to China. Pangong Lake is situated at a height of 4350 m and is one of the biggest tourist attractions of the country. The beauty and […]

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Child – Labour in India

India is a democratic country and a welfare State and it’s children have no security and safety. The sons and daughters of the millions of Indians living under the poverty line in the age group of 5 and 14 are forced to spend a very miserable existence. There is no […]

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BLOOD

Blood is the main circulatory medium in the human body. It is a red coloured fluid connective tissue. Components of Blood The blood consists of two main components. The fluid plasma and the formed elements (blood cells) which are found suspended in the plasma. Plasma It is slightly alkaline, containing […]

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GENETIC ENGINEERING

Genetic engineering also known as genetic modification is the direct manipulation of DNA to modify an organism’s traits mainly observable physical properties in a specific way. Scientists utilize it to improve or change the features of an individual organism. It may be used to treat anything from a virus to […]

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Fundamental Rights:

The Fundamental Rights are enshrined in Part ||| of the Constitution from Articles 12 to 35At present, there are six Fundamental Rights. 🌟 Right to Equality : 🔹 Art.14 – Equality before law🔹 Art.15 – Prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion,race,caste,sex or place of birth.🔹 Art.16 – Equality of […]

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Overview of Cyber security

Cyber security refers to the body of technologies, processes, and practices designed to protect networks, devices, programs, and data from attack, damage, or unauthorized access. Cyber security may also be referred to as information technology security. Cyber security might not seem like trending technology, given that it has been around for […]

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ENVIRONMENTAL TALE : the story of nature

OVER THE OCEANS, ABOVE THE LAND. MAKING THE CASTLES OF THE BEACHY SAND. GOING HIGH THE HILL, LOW IN THE WATER. COVERING THE DISTANCE OF MILES, SHORTER. BIRDS ARE THE KINGS OF CLOUDLAND, FISHES ARE QUEEN OF COASTLAND. HIGHER AND HIGHER THE SUN RISES, MOON COMES AHEAD OF IT AT […]

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Arms workout.

I know it is not bad to have thick arms they are too beautiful but personally I hated it when I says “hello” to someone waving my hands it will bounce back and forth or up and down for literally 4-5 seconds after I keep my hands down. So, I […]

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How Effective really is Prison?

We have all watched movies about prison and the rigorous system it provides to criminals. But regardless of its glorified portrayal, the reality is harsh. A substantial number of people who are “ill-mannered” and have caused disruption to society are kept under one building to keep the country safe and […]

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D.B.Cooper

D. B. Cooper is a media epithet (actual pseudonym: Dan Cooper) used to describe an unidentified man who hijacked a Boeing 727 aircraft in United States airspace between Portland and Seattle on the afternoon of November 24, 1971. After a stop at Seattle-Tacoma airport to collect $200,000 in ransom (equivalent to $1.28 million today)   The hijack that took place nearly 50 […]

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Cancer, book, me!

Dude Wasted 6-7 years trying to understand science ( failed miserably) , reading fiction (mostly Assamese , some  English ) ….. Time for some solid non-fiction books ( not self help books) , let’s do some real work  before mf chronic disease dm me …. ~hey do you sometimes cough […]

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