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Jammu – An eclectic mix of offerings

Jammu – An eclectic mix of offerings

November 14, 2018

A living testimony to its rich culture, heritage and tourism, Jammu has a plethora of sightseeing places which holds many spellbound histories within its forts, temples and palaces.

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Trivia: the Indian Army

Trivia: the Indian Army

January 18, 2017

Founded on April 1, 1895, with the motto, ‘Service before Self’, the Indian Army has been working day and night since then to keep the nation sound and solid. And, not just that, they have achieved many milestones throughout their journey, which give us many reasons to be pro...

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River Narmada – a spell work by the nature

River Narmada – a spell work by the nature

December 28, 2016

Emerging from central India in the Amarkantak Plateau, River Narmada is considered the holiest among all other sacred rivers in India. It holds a rich, diverse religious significance and geology and the locals have a book full of stories associated with its formations and existen...

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Top 5 highest-grossing Bollywood blockbusters of 2016

Top 5 highest-grossing Bollywood blockbusters of 2016

December 23, 2016

Over the last couple of years, Indian cinema has witnessed its directors slowly wafting away from the regular conventional rom-coms and leaning in towards a flood of biopics and thrillers, and the diverse Indian audience seems to enjoy it, as the box-office collections of these f...

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Indian Government mooting skill development programme in prisons

Indian Government mooting skill development programme in prisons

September 30, 2016

The Government of India is considering the introduction of skill development programmes as part of its prison reform agenda.

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India ratifies the Paris Climate Agreement on October 2

India ratifies the Paris Climate Agreement on October 2

September 27, 2016

Though India was earlier reluctant to ratify the Paris Climate Agreement any time soon, the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on September 25, 2016, announced that the country will ratify the accord on October 2 this year.

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Slum Kids in New Delhi

Slum Kids in New Delhi

July 27, 2016

Childhood is metaphorically called the time of kingship. But not every child is born with silver spoon. Some are deprived and destitute like the kids living in the slums around India. According to the last data collected by the National Sample Survey Organisation, one-eighth of I...

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Climatic changes take a toll on life

Climatic changes take a toll on life

July 12, 2016

According to a latest report by World Health Organisation (WHO), the rapid changes in climate may increase global deaths by around 250,000 by the year 2030 and India can prove to be a major contributor in the destruction.

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Environmental issues in New Delhi

Environmental issues in New Delhi

June 6, 2016

To address the environmental issues prevailing in the capital like trafficking of wildlife, reduced forest cover, increasing pollution and more, the city of New Delhi decided to try to walk on the green road.

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Increasing safety

Increasing safety

April 26, 2016

  From January 2017, no cell phone in India will be sold without a panic button. To make mobile phones a helpful medium for safety, especially for women, the government of India has declared that each cell phone must have a key panic button from next year without which a mobile ...

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Climate Agreement

Climate Agreement

April 22, 2016

On the occasion of Earth Day, the Paris Climate agreement was signed by 175 countries. Representatives from more than 170 nations gathered at United Nations headquarters in New York to sign the Paris agreement on climate change on April 22. During the opening for signature, 175 s...

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Puttingal Temple tragedy

Puttingal Temple tragedy

April 11, 2016

India on Sunday woke up to the heartbreaking news of the horrific fire tragedy in at Puttingal Temple, Paravur in Kerala, Gods’ own country in Southern India, that left over a hundred dead and several others injured. A majority of these 100 spectators were blown to bits due to ...

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