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World population day

World population day is celebrated on 11th July every year.this day was initiated to spread awareness about issues related to population growth. This day was established by the governing council of United Nations development programme in 1989. This day was inspired by the population growth in 11th July in 1987 […]

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What is UPSC civil services examination

UPSC- union public service commission UPSC is India’s central agency. CSE is widely known as ‘IAS EXAM’, even though it is conducted to recruit candidates to about 24 top government services like IAS, IPS, IRS, IFS ,etc. UPSC conducts exams like Civil Services Exam (CSE) to recruit candidates into top […]

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Overthinking

This article is for people who overthink the fact that they overthink. Overthinking is thinking the same thought on repeat till it mentally drains us. We may fall into an […]

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CHANDRAYAN–1 and CHANDRAYAAN-2

Our country launched a satellite Chandrayaan–1 (Meaning moon Vehicle) on 22nd October 2008 to study about the moon. It was launched from Sathish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh with the help of PSLV (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle) rocket. It was put into the lunar orbit on 8th November […]

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OLD IS NOT ALWAYS “GOLD”

Introduction The expression “old is gold” has grown quite popular in your culture. On the surface, the statement appears to be highly subjective, and it certainly cannot be applied to every situation. People, on the other hand, have transformed this statement into a mantra to justify their conviction that everything […]

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A man with Wings of Fire

If you want to give light as like a sun then burn yourself like a sun                                                                                                 ……. A.P.J Abdul Kalam “Wings Of Fire” these 3 words is enough to recognize the person about whom this writing is. Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam was a former scientist of ISRO and he […]

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Yog Guru Baba Ramdev

Swami Ramdev, popularly known as Baba Ramdev was born in 1965 in Alipur in the Mahendragarh district in the state of Haryana. He is famous for popularizing yoga among Indians through the medium of television and his mass yoga camps. Baba Ramdev is an Indian spiritual leader and a renowned yoga […]

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Time in Stoppard’s ‘Arcadia’

Arcadia is a play written by the English playwright Tom Stoppard which was published in 1993. It is among the most popular works written by Stoppard along with Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead, The Real Inspector Hound, and Hapgood. Most of his works deals with several post-modern themes like science, […]

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RAINING FISH

Paddy-fish system • An integrated rice field or rice field and pond complex . • Fishes are grown concurrently or alternatelywith rice . • Fish – deliberately introduces/ fishes may enterfields naturally from surrounding waters whenflooding occurs/ mix of both. • Allows the production of fish and other aquaticanimals, from […]

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Brian Lara

Brian Lara(Full Name: Brian Charles Lara)  is a former Trinidadian cricker and is regarded as one of the greatest to have ever graced the game. He was a prolific run scorer in both one day internationals and test cricket. He was born on 2nd May, 1969 in Cantaro, Trinidad. He […]

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Senior Citizens Welfare Fund

About the Scheme According to the 2011 population census India has nearly 104 million senior citizens of the total population. And around 71 % of senior citizens live in rural parts and 29 % reside in urban areas of India. These senior citizens are often left out when it comes […]

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360 Wander Writer

Welcome to Pet world Pets and their therapeutic values Who does not like pets? The love for pets has recently increased in this quarantine. These pets not only are a […]

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OPEN ACESS PUBLICATION

Open acess is a set of principles and a range of practices through which research outputs are distributed online, free of cost or other access barriers. with open access strictly defined, or libre open access, barriers to copying or reuse are also reduced or removed by applying an open license […]

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