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Pros and Cons of E-learning

The emergence of E-learning has been attributed to the COVID-19 epidemic. As a result of this predicament, people have been debating whether e-learning is a good substitute for classroom learning. The COVID-19 has caused schools all across the world to close. Over 1.2 billion youngsters are out of school worldwide. […]

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How to prevent third wave in India

There are various theories on when the third wave will strike. Few people believe that India’s third wave has already begun and will climax in a month or two. According to epidemiologists, the third wave may not be as devastating as the second, depending on how people behave and how […]

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Importance of Yoga

Yoga’s popularity has increased dramatically during the previous few decades. Yoga is also being adopted and recommended by medical professionals and celebrities due to its numerous benefits. While some people dismiss yoga as just another fad and equate it with new age mysticism, others swear by how amazing this kind […]

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Importance of Reading Books

There are many little ways to enlarge your child’s world. Love of books is the best of all!”- Jacqueline Kennedy Books are a useful resource that provide a wealth of information, as well as insights into a happy existence, life lessons, love, prayer, fear, and a wealth of useful advice. […]

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Right to Information in India

The right to information, as enshrined in the Right to Information (RTI) Act of 2005, marks the end of a phase in human civilisation. It is the personification of one of the most mature faces of the country’s thriving democracy. This right is also a barometer of the expansion of […]

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Significance of rivers in India

Do you know that the ancient civilisations such as Mesopotamia, Egypt, Indus Valley, etc. originated near the banks of great rivers such as Euphrates, Nile, and Indus respectively?That’s also the reason why they are considered sacred in many civilisations and religions. With numerous rivers and tributaries running through the country, […]

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Healing the Earth

We need people of moral courage willing to fight to make our world more humane and habitable.Civil disobedience is not our problem but our problem is civil obedience. Our problem is that numbers of people all over the world have obeyed the dictates of the leaders of their government and […]

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Anxiety Related Disorders On The Rise In Children

We are constantly bombarded with information and instant news in this digital age, which is frequently skewed and exaggerated. A quick scan of online news and social media reveals the abundance of unpleasant stuff. All of this has inevitably resulted in far higher levels of fear over our own and […]

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School Education Scheme

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs has authorised a five-year extension of the ‘Samagra Shiksha Scheme’ for school education. Samagra Shiksha From pre-nursery to Class 12, the Union Budget for 2018-19 proposes treating school education comprehensively and without segmentation. As a result, Samagra Shiksha – an encompassing programme for the […]

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Nani Palkhivala- The Indian Jurist

Early life Nani Palkhivala was born in 1920 in Bombay (now Mumbai) to blue-collar, middle-class Parsi parents in what was then the Bombay Presidency. His surname comes from the occupation of his forefathers, who were palanquin producers (a prevalent practise among Parsis) (“palkhis”). He went to Bombay’s Masters Tutorial High […]

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