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A CASHLESS SOCIETY

Whether cash crunch is a devious ploy or public reaction post-demonetisation, impact is same In the aftermath of the evening of November 8, 2016, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that most of the cash in our pockets was going to be

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Champaran Centenary Celebrations: KVIC Unveils the New Steel Charkha for Make in India

Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) reveals the new steel charkha to mark the champaran centenary celebrations. As part of the Champaran satyagraha centenary celebrations across the nation, Union Minister of Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare Radha Mohan Singh unveiled a

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Mecca Masjid Verdict: Justice For The Culprits

Although the verdict Mecca Masjid absolves the “framed”, justice will be done only when the culprits are rightly punished. The loss of nine precious Indian lives and the injuries inflicted on another 58 worshippers at the Mecca Masjid in Hyderabad

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Tech: Diminishing Human Interference; Major Reason For “Dumb” Mind

In today’s world, technology holds a lot of importance and, therefore, a number of people misuse technology without knowing its consequences. Increase in misusing technology leads to reduction in our minds capabilities. It also affects the human interference, reducing it

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Syria: Civil War Continues

Syria experienced a missle strike that was big enough to rearrange its landscape around the chemical weapon targets.It was, however, a pantomime event that was designed to impress Donald J Trump. I will do such things, — What they are,

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JUSTICE PARTIALLY SERVED

Mecca Masjid verdict absolves the ‘framed’ but justice will only be done when culprits are punished The loss of nine precious Indian lives and the injuries inflicted on another 58 worshippers at the Mecca Masjid in Hyderabad when an improvised explosive

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Macron: Proposes European Programme to Finance Local Communities

“There seems to be a European civil war” between rising authoritarianism and liberal democracy, warns the French President Emmanuel Macron. He urged the EU to renew its commitment to democracy, in a passionate speech to the European Parliament in Strasbourg.

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High Time For Innovative Education

There should not be any hurry when it comes to a change or innovation in the education sector. When it comes to change, a diverse number of students are affected and, if the change isn’t thoroughly through out, it can

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Domestic over International: Latest Rule Regarding Seeding Companies

Recent ruling from the Delhi’s High court forbids Monsanto from stopping supplies. As a result, this will slow down the ability of a number of multinationals to establish a seed monopoly and an increase in domestic seed companies is evident.

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The Journey of Ram Kumar

Traveling to Varanasi, Ram Kumar, an exquisite artist, made this magical city his inspiration. Throughout his long, prolific life, Ram Kumar has been one of India’s most widely celebrated artists. Born in Shimla, in Himachal Pradesh, India, he studied at

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