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Mahabharata Novel: A Timeless Epic And India’s Literary Jewel

Few works in the great canvas of Indian literature are as culturally and politically significant as the epic of the Mahabharata, This timeless story, composed thousands of years ago, captivates readers with its complexity, ethical dilemmas, and profound philosophical teachings, but Mahabharata’s unique place in Indian social-political context Behaves is almost Called upon to serve…

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Ramayanam: An Enduring Epic of India, Revered for its Timeless Morals

In the rich canon of Indian literature, few books stand as long as the epic Ramayana. Written by the sage Valmiki, this traditional text has transcended centuries, captivating generations with its timeless story and profound moral lessons. As a foundational text of Indian philosophy and culture, the Ramayana holds a special territory within the hearts…

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Digital India Revolutionizes Economy Post-Demonetization: A Boon for Financial Growth

In a grand move toward a virtual future, India witnessed a transformational alternative because the Digital India initiative was carried out, coupled with the ambitious demonetization This aggregate of initiatives not only brought about the United States’s transition to a cashless financial system but also spread out many blessings. Launched in 2015, Digital India aimed…

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International Workers Day: From Haymarket to Global Solidarity: A Historical Journey

International Workers Day: A Global Celebration of Labor Past, Present, and Future

International Workers Day: From Haymarket to Global Solidarity: A Historical Journey Every year on May 1st, the world observes International Workers’ Day, a day steeped in history and dedicated to recognizing the global workforce’s contributions, struggles, and aspirations. From bustling city centres to rural villages, workers of all backgrounds unite to celebrate their achievements and…

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War hero, formally a prisoner of war in China.

WAR, POWs and WITNESSES

The real-life stories of war heroes. This blog is my tribute to the unsung heroes of the country. A small district of Ghazipur in the state of Uttar Pradesh which is also known as “Saheedon ki dharti”/ “The land of Martyrs”, the place which gave the nation an infinite number of soldiers like PVC Company…

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Far From Home For Home

FAR FROM HOME, FOR HOME

Struggles of a migrant labourer far from hometown to raise a family The life of a migrant labourer is often a tale of struggle and hardship. I met Manish Kumar Shah, a 32-year-old construction labourer on the Pondicherry University campus. He belongs to a small village, Salauna, in the district of Begusrai, Bihar, is no…

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Exploring Free Online Dating Sites Without Registration and Payment

Exploring Free Online Dating Sites Without Registration and Payment

Breaking Down Barriers: Accessibility in Online Dating In the digital age, the quest for love has transcended traditional boundaries, making online dating an integral part of modern romance. However, navigating through paid platforms with complex registration processes can be daunting, deterring many from embarking on their journey to find a compatible partner. Fortunately, there exists…

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Challenging Religious Bias: Reassessing the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019

Addressing the Flaws in Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019

Challenging Religious Bias: Reassessing the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 The implementation of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA), 2019, has ignited a contentious debate across India, raising serious concerns about its implications for the nation’s secular fabric and constitutional ethos. As the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) moves forward with the implementation of the CAA, just…

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Bengaluru water Crisis has caused people to struggle for basic necessities of life.

Bengaluru Water Crisis: Examining the City’s Strategies for Combating Drought

Bengaluru Faces Water Shortage Due to Monsoon Failures in Karnataka and a decrease in Underwater levels in the City. Amidst the water scarcity crisis gripping Bengaluru, residents of Silicon Valley are urging a transition to remote work or work-from-home arrangements until the arrival of the monsoon season. Despite mounting pressure on social media to switch…

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Ramadan, a month of spiritual renewal and communal unity, brings Muslims together in devotion and reflection.

Ramadan: A Month of Reflection, Fasting, and Community

Ramadan, a month of spiritual renewal and communal unity, brings Muslims together in devotion and reflection. Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar, holds profound significance for Muslims worldwide. It is a period marked by spiritual growth, heightened devotion, and communal solidarity through fasting (sawm), prayer, and acts of charity. Commemorating Revelation Ramadan…

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Breaking Barriers: Women's Economic Empowerment

Empowering Indian Women: Breaking Boundaries in the Workforce

Unveiling the Path to Women’s Economic Empowerment The narrative surrounding women’s labour force participation in India has been a rollercoaster ride of fluctuations, presenting a perplexing puzzle for policymakers and observers alike. Decades ago, the participation rate seemed stable at around 42%, reflecting a significant portion of women engaged in various forms of employment. However,…

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The IT hub of India, Bengaluru is facing its worst water crisis affecting education institutes, residential areas, making the city halt

Bengaluru Faces Acute Water Crisis: Struggle for Sustainable Solutions

Ahead of the summer season, Bengaluru is confronting an unprecedented water shortage, leaving apartment owners in a frantic search for water amidst depleted borewells and overwhelmed tanker services. Despite the continuous rise in property prices within the city, experts argue that the strain of unplanned urban development and rapid infrastructure growth has exacerbated the water…

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India ranked substantially high in Zero Food Children Rate, which shows severity of the condition of children.

Study Reveals India’s High Incidence of Children Experiencing ‘Zero-Food’, Ranking 3rd After Guinea and Mali

The research indicates that 19.3% of children in India experience zero food days, meaning they consume nothing within 24 hours. Comparatively, the prevalence is lower in Bangladesh (5.6%), Pakistan (9.2%), DR Congo (7.4%), Nigeria (8.8%), and Ethiopia (14.8%). India has garnered an alarming ranking in a comprehensive study assessing the prevalence of children aged 6-23…

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Nullifying Bribery: Revisiting the Majority Verdict in P.V. Narasimha Rao vs State

Nullifying Bribery: Revisiting the Majority Verdict in P.V. Narasimha Rao vs State

In light of the imperative to uphold ethical standards and the rule of law, there arises a crucial need to reconsider the prevailing majority ruling in the case of P.V. Narasimha Rao vs State, particularly concerning the phenomenon of bribery. This necessitates a thorough reevaluation aimed at nullifying the pernicious influence of bribery within the…

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