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World’s Sport Journalism Day

World’s Sport Journalism Day “Journalism can never be silent: that is its greatest virtue and its greatest fault” To buy our online courses: Click Here 2nd July, a remarkable day that is celebrated as the World’s Sports Journalism day as a symbol of love and dedication towards the Sports journalism who have been working hard to […]

International Anti Drug Day

International Anti Drug Day International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking COVID-19 has brought unprecedented public awareness on health, protective measures for staying healthy, and most importantly, and on protecting each other. A growing sense of global community and solidarity continues to emerge, as does the need to ensure health care for all. Now […]

China to Run First Electric Train in Tibet

China to Run First Electric Train in Tibet Why in news? China will operationalise first electric train in remote Himalayan region of Tibet. The electric train will connect provincial capital Lhasa with Nyingchi The 435.5-km Lhasa-Nyingchi section of Sichuan-Tibet Railway will be inaugurated ahead of centenary celebrations of ruling Communist Party of China (CPC) on […]

Ingenuity Undertook Its 8th Flight on Red Planet

Ingenuity Undertook Its 8th Flight on Red Planet To buy our online courses: Click Here Why in news? Most recent flight was made by Ingenuity to Mars was on June 21, 2021. During the flight, Ingenuity remained aloft for 77.4 seconds. It flew 525 feet and landed about 440 feet away from Perseverance rover. Ingenuity was […]

greatness and simplicity

There is no greatness where there is no simplicity

“There is no greatness where there is no simplicity” India that is Bharat, is a land of simplicity which is blessed by greatness. India has diverse history, geography and thoughts, exemplified as greatness. It will be no wrong in defining simplicity as sustainability as it is very evident in history as India. India has a […]

Stubble burning

Stubble burning: Causes Impacts and Alternatives

What is Stubble Burning? Stubble burning refers to the practice of burning the kharif crop of paddy’s residue to prepare the field for the Rabi crop. Stubble burning has been a cause of severe air pollution in the month of September-October in Delhi NCR Region. Majority of the stubble burning takes place in the states […]

India and Nepal

India and Nepal : Who will be the loser in Nepal’s new Aggression?

India and Nepal shares a border of 1850 kilometres India and Nepal have been close neighbours and shared unique friendship. Nepal shares a border of 1850 kilometres with five Indian states – Sikkim, West Bengal, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand. The bedrock of the friendship lies in the Indo Nepal Treaty of peace and friendship of […]