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Top Non-Fiction Books of 2021 far till now

“Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know” by Adam Grant Adam Grant is an organizational psychologist who studies how people find motivation and meaning. In this book, Grant encourages people to not only learn from being wrong, but explore how it makes us feel. He examines why […]

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World Rivers Day

26th September 2021 World Rivers Day is celebrated on the fourth Sunday of September every year to increase public awareness about rivers and to encourage their conservation. The day celebrates Earth’s waterways, in which over 60 countries participate every year.Today, rivers face an enormous challenge posed by humans due to […]

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Child Marriage legalised on Rajsthan

Currently, Rajasthan govt released an amendment “Rajasthan compulsory Registration of Marriage Amendment Bill 2021” it allowed registration of child marriages, it’s 21 century and we all are aware of how heinous child marriage is, here are some of my views on this act In my views law is not wrongThose […]

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Internship

*Why are internships important?*Your might have certain questions about why one should do an internship. Well, here are some points 👇👇 ◼️ *Work ex matters*– Many Job recruiters value relevant […]

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Power of chair

We all want to see ourselves strong. Often there comes a time when we think that I wish we could do this, I wish we had this power. One such power is the strength of the chair but it is the most special. Getting it can change the fate of […]

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How satellite data can make companies rich

“Data is the new Fuel” Every company needs data, but now they are no longer dependant on digital resources, now they can get actual real world data, you can never ask your costumer what are they going to purchase after purchasing your product or why they prefer your competitors product […]

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Was Gandhi wrong

Ok, so let me make it clear, I’m writing it because I know his autobiography and some other literature of that time. Many say Gandhi was Racist about Africans and didn’t fight for black people.When he reached Africa Indian merchants had a far better life there(compared to native Africans) and […]

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Japan’s Independent Kids

“Send the beloved child on a journey” -A Japanese Proverb. By Western standards, Japanese culture emphasizes independence from a very young age. One of Japan’s most loved and longest-running TV shows is called “My First Errand.” The program is filmed secretly when young children are given a nearby job to […]

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