#India

Launching of first International Bullion Exchange in India.

India being the second biggest consumer of precious metals, tries to regulate the market for the precious metal. For this Prime Minister on July 29 laid the foundation of India […]

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The Green Revolution in India

The great increase in production of food grains(like rice and wheat) due to the introduction of high yielding varieties,to the use of pesticides, and to bettter management techniques is known as the Green Revolution in India.A part of a larger initiative by Norman Borlaug, green revolution in India was founded […]

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The White Revolution in India

The revolution associated with a sharp increase in milk production in the country is called the White Revolution in India also known as Operation Flood. White revolution period intended to make India a self-dependent nation in milk production.Verghese Kurien ,the founder of Amul introduced White revolution in India. He is known as the father of white […]

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A state in India that is free of patriarchy

Meghalaya – a state in northeastern India has always been a far cry from the rest of India.The state is home to the Khasi and the Garo people, two of the few tribes to follow a matriarchal structure of society. In a country like India, where the status of women is considered […]

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The Forest Man of India

Jadav Peyang from Jorhat district in Assam was given the title of “The Forest Man” in Delhi by government of Indian on World Earth Day in 2010 for turning a barren land of 550 acres into a forest all by himself. It took him nearly 30 years to accomplish the […]

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Life Wanna Rich – Trilok Kumar

This is the first english poem written by him Heyyy heyy… Life wanna  rich,but i m not rich  , but I gonna techdo you want a leach….same same, here here, there there, were were if there is a will there is a way… it may it may!!like a day it […]

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FESTIVALS OF INDIA

Hello readers as the festive season as arrived in India, let’s get to know about the festivals celebrated in India. Festivals are the Indian culture that add spices to the Indian Cuisine, the most wonderful form of the celebration. The main reason is India is known for its diversity. And […]

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IMPORTANCE OF NEWSPAPER

Newspapers provide general information and knowledge, such as news on the economy, sports, entertainment, trade, and commerce. In short, the newspaper is extremely important to humans; reading the newspaper on a daily basis can help us strengthen our reading habits, broaden our knowledge, and improve our fluency. For those who […]

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HUMANITY

Humanity is defined as the quality of being human; the unique nature of man that distinguishes him from other beings. Being human does not imply that one has humanity. If you want to know how human a person is, look at what he does for others who don’t return the […]

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GANDHI JAYANTI

The birthday of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi is celebrated as ‘Gandhi Jayanti.’ On October 2nd, 1869, India’s “Father of the Nation,” Gandhiji, was born. Thus, every year on October 2nd, Gandhi Jayanti is commemorated. In India, Gandhi Jayanti is observed as a public holiday. The International Day of Non-Violence is observed […]

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Resurgent TALIBAN ?

The departure of US Forces will see as catastrophe in Central Asia. The Land of Afghanistan is Graveyard of Empires. Anonymous The Afghanistan is Significant chapter in USA foreign police since 1979.it contribute almost Half of US deplomatic Subject.After the withdrawl of USSR in May 15 1988 and Return of […]

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Section 66A Of IT Act,still relevant ?

How does this act came into existence ? Section 66A of the Information Technology Act (“IT Act”), 2000, came into existence through an amendment in 2008. This  section penalised sending “offensive messages” via online communication. provision was often misused by enforcement authorities and caused problems over freedom of speech on  […]

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