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The election ‘season’ has arrived, and with it, chances of a cloudy sky for the political parties standing in the battleground. The assembly elections will be a sneak peek into the people’s mood before the grand 2019 showdown. In Rajasthan, Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje is hoping to win a second term for herself and Bharatiya Janata Party. But, the question is will queen Raje manage to ensure the continuity of her dynasty? Vasundhara Raje in [...]

List of all AIIMS in India

The All India Institutes of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) are a group of public medical institutes of higher education. These institutes are considered to be the most coveted ones for which the number of aspirants taking part goes up to 3 lakhs. AIIMS has been declared as the Institutes of National importance by an Act of the Parliament. Established in 1956, AIIMS Delhi is the fore-runner parent institution which is responsible for holding the admission processes [...]

bharat ratna awardees

Brief View of Bharat Ratna Award Winners Instituted in the year 1954, Bharat Ratna is India’s most prestigious, highest pedestal-holding civilian award. It ranks seventh in the order of precedence. Being a merit-based award, it is presented to the holders without any distinction/ discrimination on the basis of race, position, sex, occupation etc. The Bharat Ratna Award is presented “in recognition of exceptional service/ performance of the highest order” Before 2011, Bharat Ratna was only [...]

Prime Ministers of India

Overview of All Prime Ministers of India Since Independence, India has seen 14 full-time Prime Ministers (at the time of updating this post – as on October 25th, 2014) and 15 in all. Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru of the Indian National Congress was the first Prime Minister of free India. At present, the office is headed by Mr. Narendra Modi of the BJP (the 14th full-time PM as in 2014) last vacated by Dr. Manmohan Singh of the Congress-led [...]

  There is no, and cannot be, any situation in which we don’t respect the law and the judiciary. It is unacceptable to attack the courts; criticism is allowed, but attacks are not. It shakes the basis of our democracy. -Reuven Rivlin Rivlin might have had Israel in his mind as he uttered those words, but they fit just as aptly in the Indian scenario. Established on 28th January 1950 (as the Supreme Court of [...]

PUBG Game

Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), famously pronounced as pub-gee, was first launched for the PC, iOS, and Xbox version and then, later on, was moved to the much-underpowered platform of the phone. And, to say the least, it is far from disappointing, unlike other games which stutter on the touchscreen display. Since it’s hit the market, it’s been on fire. There have been other games, too, which came, went viral, ran their course and then eventually fizzled [...]

ITO Skywalk

Opened to the public on October 15th this year, the ITO Skywalk in Delhi has been Delhi Public Works Department’s (PWD) proud projects. In August 2018, the Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, Manish Sisodia called the skywalk “a pride for people of Delhi”. “(It) will also give major relief to the people. It will connect several junctions around the area, helping around 30,000 pedestrians every day”, said Sisodia, addressing the media. However, while the officials [...]

Biggest Malls of India

What’s one place where you can go ice skating, dine on some exotic delicacies, say Turkish, and come out buying the regular groceries for your house? Welcome to the ever-evolving and growing world of malls. With so many utilities, a plethora of shopping centres, wine and dine options, one can’t help but feel like a kid in the candy store. These multi-crore businesses are now reputation carriers for a city for they’re a badge to [...]

Essay on Childrens Day For Children and Students

Writing is an essential part of a child’s academic years at the school. It helps them to be articulate and increases their vocabulary, and honing good writing skills at an early age is great for your child’s development. However, if writing doesn’t come easily to you (our readers, including teachers, students as well as parents), you can benefit from creating a full-fledged write-up from our outline blog of a Children’s day essay. This write-up is [...]

  Children are the future of any nation. They are the very foundation on which the development and success of a nation can be established. India celebrates its children on the 14th of November every year. Known as Children’s Day (Baal Divas), this day commemorates the birth date of the erstwhile Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Pandit Nehru, fondly known as Chacha Nehru was very fond of children, and worked towards their development [...]

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