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Goodbye Monsieur Arsène Wenger

The former player and French Football Manager, Arsené Wenger, was a peculiar in today’s fast-paced world of sports, where patience is unusual. However the question still remains, is being a sentimental a bad thing in today’s multi-billion dollar sports world?

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Contextual Global Education in Indian School

After facing numerous challenges, India is now awaiting for new education policy. Although, there is new advances in terms of increasing number of schools and colleges, it need to gel up appropriately with global initiative and concerns to enhance the

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Moon-Kim Summit Covers Way for Peace in Korea

On April 27, 2018, South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean President Kin Jong-un welcomed a new era of peace by closing their talks with a joint declaration and a hug, confirming their commitment to complete denuclearization of Korean

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KIM GOES TO MOON

Peace on the Korean peninsula hangs on a dictator’s whims and China’s fancy The armistice brought about in 1953 following a ceasefire by the Communist forces of the North and the US-backed forces of the South brought hostilities to end in the

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Peace, Happiness and Harmony – Essentials for Living a Real and Happy Life

The author Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj ji says that the real happiness and harmony has deceptive presence in our lives and long lasting peace has now become a thing of ancient past. We all dream of a better world where there

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Digging into the Mind of Pulkit Samrat

Keeping it real and simple,  Pulkit Samrat believes that its best to let success go to the head and never let failure reach the heart. Actor Pulkit Samrat is honest to himself. Which is why despite a string of failures

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TRIUMPH FOR TRUMP?

US Supreme Court hints the travel ban on citizens of certain countries will be upheld For US President Donald J Trump, buffeted by a series of resignations and other scandals — some sponsored by his opponents and others very real —

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Death Penalty for Rape of Minors: Easy Way Out!

Death penalty for rape cases of minors, under the age of 12 years, has not been thoroughly thought out. As a concerned citizen of India, the past few weeks and months have been some of the most heart-wrenching moments of

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A world of benign tax terrorism in the 21st century

Ineffective redressal system and frequent policy changes have unleashed tax terrorism. The only remedy is to deal with this situation in which both, the taxpayer and the tax collector, are assuaged. Veda Vyasa had laid down in the Mahabharata that

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The Imperial: Enticing People with Their Unique Cuisine

Saimi Sattar was amazed by the Rajasthani cuisine and a mix of vegetarian at the Imperial, with unexpected combinations and ingredients. Outside, the temperatures were sizzling and threatening to go through the veritable roof. And it reminded me of the

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