India

Government vs Twitter

Chris pirillo said that “twitter is a great place to tell the world what you are thinking before you have had a chance to think about it”. However, the government wants to control it.  India’s Covid-19 rise had eclipsed all superlatives only a few months ago. Hundreds of thousands of […]

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France moves India to amber list from red

France has decided to remove India from the red list to amber as COVID cases decreased in India. The French government has classified amber-listed countries as nations where there is active circulation of the virus in controlled proportions, without further spread. After this news, VFS centres in Delhi and Mumbai have now opened and are […]

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PUDUCHERRY, INDIA’S FRENCH-SPEAKING CITY

Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the late Prime Minister of India, referred to Puducherry as “the Window of French Culture.” Once the French’s primary headquarters in India, Puducherry is often nicknamed “The Paris of the East”. For 138 years, the French governed the Union Territory. It once had solely French as its official […]

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India’s Record At Summer Olympics.

India holds total of 29 medal in Olympic , 8 of which is secured by India National Field Hockey Team. India has always been dominant in hockey. India first stepped at Olympics games in 1900 which was held in Paris. India then was represented by only athlete Norman Richard who […]

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DELUGE: A CONCERN

Every year, monsoon season occurs in various parts of the world. It has been coming sooner in recent years, accompanied by rising amounts of rainfall, or later than normal, with a considerably drier start. While monsoon-affected nations plan for the monsoons on a yearly basis, the changes due to covid-19 […]

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Why the rise in divorce ?

Between 1970 and 2008, Cheng-Tong Lir Wang and Evan Schofer, two sociologists from the University of California discovered that the global divorce rate rose from 2.6 divorces for every 1,000 married people to 5.5 – the rate had more than doubled. Meanwhile, in 2017 India’s divorce rate — stood at […]

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ATLANTIC CHARTER

The Atlantic Charter was a joint statement published by the United States and the United Kingdom during World War II (1939–45) that laid forth a vision for the postwar world. It set forth a wide set of objectives of U.S and British war such as:- 1. the desire for no territorial […]

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Existing Unjust Laws for Women Across the Globe

No country in the world has succeeded in closing the gender gap. Its undeniably true that there’s never been a finer moment for women to be born because there are some sexist laws which are still prevailing. In this article we will know about the discriminatory laws against the women.  […]

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Poverty in India

Poverty one of the major problem in India. India is the second most populous country after China with 1.2 billion people and it is the seventh largest country in the world in terms of area. Around ⅔rd of people in India live in poverty in which 68.9 % of Indian […]

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Startup Stories – Vahak

The logistics sector has seen a growth of about 59% during the lockdown period. Primary reasons attributing to the growth of the sector is the order of essential services online to avoid the covid spread. While we were staying safe behind the doors, the logistics sector worked relentlessly to fulfill […]

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Dhing Express – Hima Das

Born near the Dhing town ,Assam, Hima Das is nicknamed as Dhing express. This young sprinter is inspiration for many youth, she was born on 9 January 2000. She is the first Indian athlete to secure gold medal at the IAAF World U20 championships. Her career as a sprinter began […]

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India at Olympics 2021

Saikhom Mirabai Chanu paved a path for India at Olympics by securing Silver in weightlifting. Krishan Vikas, Sutirtha Mukherjee and Manika Batra, Arvind Singh and Arjun Lal Jat, S. Nagal and more players at Olympics today, 24 July 202. Updates. 25 July 2021: P.V. Sindhu, Sania Mirza, P. Nayak, Mary […]

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