Nari Shakti Puraskar presented on the International Women’s Day

3 months ago Shruti Goel 0
The occasion of International Women’s Day is celebrated worldwide to appreciate the efforts and sacrifice of women. The greatness of women is recognised and people appreciate them. Women have proved themselves in almost every field of life. The diversity achieved by them is almost impossible for any other person to achieve. The mindset of the Read More

Delicious Thandai: Holi 2018 Special

3 months ago Jyotsna Bhasin 0
It is that time when you can be blameworthy of stacking up on heaps of Gujiyas, which is a broiled treat, made of generally useful flour and loaded with khoya, sugar and dry natural products inside, and delightful savouries alongside Thandai. Holi is one such celebration synonymous with spring. Holi is a standout amongst the Read More

42 Indian languages towards extinction

3 months ago Rishita Raj 0
Languages are a vital tool of communication for every human and non-human entity without which we cannot imagine our life, the language is evolved from early eras and some languages which are used by fewer people needs to be saved from getting extinct as  with the extinction of any language the customs, beliefs, culture associated Read More

Apps and devices for security of women

3 months ago Rishita Raj 0
In the nation, where we talk about women literacy, women empowerment, providing equal rights to them and many more sectors that deals about uplifting women’ standard in the society, but the concern about the safety of women is still in our mind. The crime against women have been rising, and in such case are pepper Read More

First Transgender panel member at Lok Adalat

3 months ago Shruti Goel 0
According to a recent news and as a matter of pride for the nation, a transgender activist Vidya Kamble becomes a part of the judicial panel at a National Lok Adalat in Nagpur. She spreads a message that the society should not behave differently with the people of LGBT community but should rather support them. Read More

Work sets you free: the dark side of Nazi camps.

3 months ago Sakshi Darpan 0
The years from 1940 to 1945 witnessed utter brutality in the form of concentration and death camps. One of the relics of this bleak history is a phrase- Arbeit Macht Frei, which translates to “Work sets you free”. But why was it written on the Auschwitz entrance? Or any entrance of the Nazi concentration camps Read More

Small things matter in changing our lives

4 months ago Anamika Dutta 0
Are we really relying on the bigger picture too much? Dwelling on the castles that we build in the air is a great initiative towards the blueprint of our dreams that are yet to be properly planned.The time lag and the competitiveness of the society will manipulate us in all different ways to dive into Read More

Increasing cases of suicides: what data suggests?

4 months ago Sakshi Darpan 0
Lakhs of students pass 12th boards every year. People from science background aspire to be an engineer or a doctor. Lakhs among them dream to get into one of the premier IITs. In the race to chasing their dreams to becoming an engineer from one of the top colleges, most of them prefer to get Read More

Legends Never Die

4 months ago Anamika Dutta 0
Starstruck story of an immortal “Hero” and his deeds remains the fresh figment of imagination still beholding in the eyes of Colonized India.His life was a gift to the Indians who witnessed his era and remained a source of knowledge and wisdom through his concrete efforts towards the liberalization of India from the shackles of Read More

Fascinating facts about India an Indian should know

4 months ago Sakshi Darpan 0
India is an incredible country. India is discovered by Vasco Da Gama, a Portuguese Explorer in the year 1497.  It is a country of rich heritage, historical cultures, historical monuments, rich traditions and lavish morals. Here are a few fascinating facts about our ancient country that you might not have heard of and are too Read More