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Music Therapy

HISTORY OF MUSIC THERAPY Music has been used as a therapeutic tool for centuries and has been shown to affect many areas of the brain, including the regions involved in emotion, cognition, sensation, and movement. This fact, combined with the engaging nature of music and the diversity of music forms, makes […]

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Meet our Commandos…..!

India has many special forces ( SF ). The three branches of Indian armed forces have special forces units. There are other special forces which are operated by the civilian organization. Small groups from the military SF units are deputed in the Armed Forces Special Operations Division, which has a […]

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PASRA Act

PSARA stands for Private Security Agency Regulation Act 2005 which came into force on 15 March 2006. The foremost purpose of the PSARA Act is to provide a safety services with adding the security guards training. This Act suggest that the security agency which are private in nature will not […]

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The God of Small Things

by Arundhati Roy The 1997 Booker Prize winner, The God of Small Things is set in 1960s Kerala. Author Arundhati Roy talks about different aspects of life in late 20th century Kerala, caste system, Keralite Syrian Christian lifestyle and communism. Although the protagonists, Estha and Rahel, were loved by their mother, […]

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Sourav Ganguly

Former indian captain and currently BCCI president ,the legendary cricketer ,who considered as the revolutionarise of this indian cricket , Saurabh Ganguly .Ganguly can into limelight when scored 113 runs against England . Fastest to reach 9000s runs in ODIs. He scored 16 centuries in test matches .He truely the […]

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Believe it or not

A tree in uttar pradesh bears 121 varities of mango. Definately a good news for mango lovers. 15-year-old tree at Saharanpur district in UP is known for its mangoes. Horticulturists in Uttar Pradesh have managed to grow 121 different varieties of mangoes through grafting on a single tree. Grafting means […]

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How caffeine boosts your workout

Studies have shown that Caffeine benefit endurance performance, high-intensity exercise and power sports. There have been enumerable researches on the effectivness and safety of caffeine. It is the most studied supplement out there. Caffeine has health benefits, but the performance benefits are discussed in this article. 4 reasons why caffeine makes workouts better 1 […]

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Captain Cool turned 40 yesterday!

Can any Indian forget Ravi Shastri’s words from the commentry box? “Dhoni finishes off in style. Magnificent strike into the crowd. India lifts the World Cup after 28 years.” – Ravi Shastri, World Cup 2011 These are words that will remain engraved in our hearts and minds forever. MS Dhoni […]

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Environmental pollution

“Humankind has not woven the web of life. We are but one thread within it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. All things are bound together. All things connect.” ~ Chief Seattle What is environmental pollution ? Is it degrading our lifestyle ? How can we […]

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England knocks out Denmark (EURO 2020 Semis)

England reach the final of a major tournament for the first time since 1966 after defeating Denmark after extra-time. Mikkel Damsgaard put the Danes ahead at Wembley with a stunning free-kick to breach the Three Lions’ defence for the first time of the tournament. An own goal from Simon Kjaer […]

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Absurd Play

Absurd theatre came about as a reaction to world II. It took the basis of existential philosophy and combine it with dramatic element to create a style of theatre which presented a world which cannot be logically explained. The absurdist play was initially created because critics and reviews were used […]

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AWS technology

The AWS technology is enforced at server farms throughout the planet, and maintained by the Amazon subsidiary. Fees square measure supported a mix of usage (known as a “Pay-as-you-go” model), hardware, OS, software, or networking options chosen by the subscriber needed accessibility, redundancy, security, and repair choices. Subscribers will pay […]

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The Battle of Saragarhi

The Battle of Saragarhi was a last-stand battle fought before the Tirah Campaign between the British Raj and Afghan tribesmen. On 12 September 1897, an estimated 12,000 – 24,000 Orakzai and Afridi tribesmen were seen near Gogra, at Samana Suk, and around Saragarhi, cutting off Fort Gulistan from Fort Lockhart. The Afghans attacked the outpost of Saragarhi where thousands of them swarmed and surrounded the […]

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