India

Sustainability In India

Pollution is not just an undesirable outcome that causes environmental deterioration in India; it is also a major roadblock to growth and development in the country. It would have a negative effect on economic growth if it is not addressed properly and managed. This resulted in a major shift in […]

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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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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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Nalanda University – An Ancient Seat of Learning

Nalanda was one of the earliest and finest universities in India. It is located in Nalanda District, Bihar, India. ORIGIN OF NALANDA The origins of this scholastic institution in 5th century CE. It served for an uninterrupted duration of 800 years The university thrived under the patronage of the rulers […]

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Communism in India

The change of administration at the centre in 2014 has brought with it new promises, but it has also brought suffering to the people of India who are being drugged or tranquillized in the hope of long-term benefits. The people of the country will vote for the current government for […]

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Startup Stories – Nua Women

Nua women Menstrual Hygiene: Menstrual Hygiene is the area with the least awareness in India. It is pathetic to know that only 18% of women in India have access to better sanitary hygiene. The rest percentage of the women make use of economic alternatives to pads like cloths unaware of […]

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CHILD LABOUR

Child labor — a social ill that continues to plague Indian society We live in 21st century which is an era of a modern and advanced society. There are some dark truths that run deep in our roots, Child Labour being one of them. While some of us are aware about […]

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Swachh Bharat Abhiyan

Sanitation and hygiene are crucial aspects of living; especially when it comes to the masses. India has a huge population. The majority of its population resides in rural areas. These rural areas lack basic amenities of living and hygiene. Lack of basic amenities hampers the quality of living. Especially, when […]

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MAHATMA GANDHI

Revered the world over for his nonviolent philosophy of passive resistance, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was known to his many followers as Mahatma, or “the great-souled one.” He began his activism as an Indian immigrant in South Africa in the early 1900s, and in the years following World War I became the leading […]

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IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON EDUCATION IN INDIA

India is the one of best and largest place for education systems in the world. India is the country with over 1,000 universities and 50,000 colleges and institutions. The impact of covid 19 is observed in every sector around the world. The education sectors of India as well as world […]

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India’s Poverty Challenge

The virus struck India at a time when the country was experiencing its worst economic development in over a decade. The weakening economy had adversely harmed rural areas, which house the bulk of the country’s citizens. Even in the lack of official data, one might detect an increase in rural […]

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Colorism In British India .

British colonialism further exacerbated colourism. The British Raj, or the official British rule over India, began in 1858 and lasted until the independence of India and the partition of Pakistan in 1947. During this time, a pseudo-scientific concept called “social Darwinism” became popular. The term, a reference to Charles Darwin’s […]

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Laws in India children need to know

Out of tons of subjects and important topics missing from our Indian curriculum, laws are one of the most important. Here are some laws each and every child needs to be aware of, regardless of all variable factors: I LAWS AGAINST CHILD LABOUR Children below 14 years of age – […]

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