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Happy Friendship Day-2017

It has been truly said that “Friends are siblings that God never gave us”. They are family that we can pick and choose ourselves. The theme of friendship has also been a favourite topic in mainstream cinema where protagonists depict the different shades of a friendly relation with flair. While there are innumerable such movies, there are a few which have struck the emotional chord of the viewer. Dil Chahta Hai (2001) Friends may be [...]

Plantation Campaign in the Narmada Basin

India is in the forefront in its commitment to the Paris Agreement, and 1.5 million citizens of India, supporting the cause of the nation, gathered along the Narmada River in the state of Madhya Pradesh, and helped in planting 66 million trees in just 12 hours, last Sunday, 2 July, 2017. To keep things in perspective, it equals the entire population of cities in the US like Philadelphia working towards a cause. In fact India [...]

Remembering Mahatma Gandhi

In the turbulent times we live in today, the question is both pertinent and relevant. He was a frail man of 78 years as he walked the final steps of his life, towards a prayer meeting, when a misguided fanatical assassin pumped three bullets into the Mahatma. The man who shot Mahatma Gandhi is irrelevant but what is of relevance is his failure to silence the man who inspired an entire nation to come together [...]

How To Write A Republic Day Speech

Looking to write a terrific Republic Day speech this 26th January? Whether you are a student, teacher or an academic researcher, here is a single point resource of relevant information and facts that will help you put together a speech which will stand out and be remembered by those who hear you. Before beginning to write your speech, you need to understand the importance and relevance of Republic Day for this nation. Republic Day – [...]

Pravasi Bharatiya Diwas

Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Luis Santos da Costa, an Indian origin leader, is going to be the Chief Guest at the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas (PBD), to be held from January 7 to 9, 2017, in Bengaluru. More than 3000 Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) from across the world are expected to attend the three-day conclave. It is taking place at a time when demonetization of high valued currency notes has ushered in a sort of economic revolution [...]

Delhi Literary Fest (LitFest) 2016

The beautiful historic City of Djinns, Delhi, is known worldwide for its varied literary as well as cultural heritage. The Delhi Literature Festival 2016 (TLF-Delhi) is a celebration of 70 years of India since its independence. The second edition of TLF-Delhi is scheduled to be held on the 26th and 27th of November, 2016, at the India Habitat Centre, Delhi. This festival promises to bring together some of India’s brightest minds including writers, thinkers, influencers [...]

Essay on Childrens Day For Children and Students

Writing is an essential part of a child’s academic years at 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 an full-fledged write-up from our outline blog of a Children’s day essay. This write-up is prepared [...]

Places o Visit in November in India

The air of late autumn has a bite, for cold times lie ahead. In sweet November, the festive fever doesn’t quite wear off and life seems to crawl like a restful river. It is last month to get away from the busy schedule before winter ushers in the great Indian wedding season. With nights drawing in early and dawn arriving late, here are the best places to visit in India for the love of November. Rishikesh Need [...]

Is Diwali turning us into hypocrites?

Barack Obama visited New Delhi during 2015 and at that time the US Embassy had bought around 1800 indoor air purifiers in order to safeguard its employees. The news sparked off plenty of negative emotions among the common people as well as the higher-ups in the capital city. The citizens were disgusted at what they felt was lack of sufficient action from the state government to keep the city clean. The bureaucrats and politicians expressed [...]

Will Mayawati be the next UP CM

Uttar Pradesh is home to a population of about 200 million people, greater than many countries including Pakistan, Australia and the United Kingdom. It is quite a well-known belief in India that the Chief Minister of UP is second in political stature only to the country’s Prime Minister. It comes as no surprise that the upcoming assembly elections of the state (2017) will be a heated affair. The three main parties to watch out for [...]