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July 26, 2019
20th Kargil Vijay Diwas

Kargil Vijay Diwas is the day when the nation pays homage to all the Indian soldiers and civilians who served and fought for their motherland. On July 26, 1999, Indian Army successfully completed ‘Operation Vijay’. In 1998-99, Pakistan army personnel were infiltrating Indian borders to cause disruption in Kashmir and severe ties between the Kashmir and Ladakh region, disguised as mujahideens. ‘Operation Badr’ was the operation code used by the Pakistani army intruders. On July [...]Read More

August 10, 2018
India tour of England 2018

Third Test Match, Day4: India have come back strongly in the series in the third test match after losing the first two games. In the third test match after Joe Root inserted India after winning the toss, the Indian batsmen made the most of the batting conditions which surprisingly were good just after the opening hour of the test. This is what you get with the English weather, one session it can be cloudy and gloomy [...]Read More

July 31, 2018
Rainwater Harvesting The future of water conservation

Water is the reason why life exists on planet Earth, without it life is unimaginable. However, freshwater sources are becoming scarce with the passage of time. Reports of several global agencies, including United Nations, indicate that if the current situtation of water does not change and preventive measures are not taken, then world will start to run out of fresh water by 2050. Rainwater harvesting is a sustainable process that helps in preserving rain water [...]Read More

July 30, 2018

National Register of Citizen (NRC) is a document formulated by the Government of India for the citizens of Assam. The first list was contrived in 1951 along with the Census of India, to segregate the Indian citizens in Assam. However, over the years there has been a large illegal migration of Bangladeshi and other regional population in Assam, that has led to violent ethnic clashes in the state, hampering its growth for years. With the [...]Read More

July 28, 2018

Imran Khan’s journey to become the Prime Minister of Pakistan has been filled with rejection, despair, jubilation, gloom, defeat, and triumph. From captaining the Pakistan Cricket to its first and only World Cup glory back in 1992 to be on the verge of becoming the next Prime Minister of the nation, Imran Khan has traversed a long way. This is the second time in the country’s coup-stricken history that a successive democratic government is being [...]Read More

July 26, 2018
Marine Pollution

Marine pollution has been an ever-present problem since the advent of large-scale agricultural activity and industrialization. However, significant laws and regulations at an international level to tackle the problem came only in the mid-twentieth century. During United Nations Conventions on the Law of the Sea in the early 1950s, the various stakeholders come together to deliberate and formulate laws pertaining to marine pollution. Till mid-twentieth century the majority of the scientists maintained that oceans were [...]Read More

July 25, 2018
Pakistan General Elections 2018

India and Pakistan gained independence more or less at the same time with a difference . Both the neighbouring countries have had a different electoral history, there has been a stark contrast. India’s electoral history has been occasionally marred by controversy, while Pakistan’s electoral history has been time and again halted by the military coups that destabilised the democratic institutions within the country. Pakistan is heading for parliamentary elections on 25th July, with former Pakistan [...]Read More

July 25, 2018
India sixth largest economy in the world

Indian economy has become a global role model for several developing countries. India has the largest population in the world and seventh largest country in terms of area, thus, it makes India’s economic growth story a remarkable journey. Indian economy was reeling under the ruins of economic distress, that encapsulated the country for 200 years of colonial rule. Indian economy recently became the sixth largest economy in the world in terms of gross domestic product [...]Read More

July 24, 2018
Maharashtra Bandh Maratha Reservation Protests halt the State

Wide-spread protests across the state of Maharashtra on Tuesday brought an abrupt halt to the life in the state. Violence and damage to public property was seen across several places in Maharashtra with reports stating the damage being done to shops and vehicles increasing with every hour. However, Maratha Kranti Morcha called for a peaceful protest to be followed today, but things took a nasty turn. The protestors took to railway tracks to block the [...]Read More

July 24, 2018
Defining Moments in indian cricket

Indian Cricket has never failed to enthral the cricket fanatic nation, where the game of is in itself a religion. Indian cricket made its debut in 1932, during the colonial rule against England at the ‘Mecca of Cricket’ The Lord’s. Since then, Indian cricket has been on the rise and has come to dominate the game, slowly and steadily the game captivated millions of Indians. From India’s memorable first Test victory against England at Chepauk [...]Read More

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