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India & France ink 14 agreements.

2 months ago Rishita Raj 0
India & France have signed 14 agreements in major key sectors such as security, nuclear energy, education, urban development, railways, protection of classified information and many more. After the extensive talks between Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi and French President Emmanuel Macron in New Delhi, the agreements were signed to combat the problems as Read More

India’s first coastal academy to be set up in Gujarat.

2 months ago Rishita Raj 0
Nearly,  a decade after a major sea-borne attack in 2011  (26/11 terror attack )in the nation, which despite security and tough vigilance left the nation in pain, the Country’s first coastal academy is soon to set up in Gujarat to train the police forces in safeguarding the shoreline by April 2018. The Union home ministry Read More

Youth Protests regarding fixing in SSC Examinations

3 months ago Shruti Goel 0
Yogendra Yadav writes an open letter to PM Modi asking him to inquire into the entire functioning of SSC. He says that the young friends namely boys and girls of the country are facing great struggle demanding for a fair CBI probe into a seeming scam in the SSC (Staff Selection Commission) exams conducted by Read More

Are we unknowingly devaluing our worth?

3 months ago Anamika Dutta 0
Abruptly, what they say about keeping topnotch expectations from life -“Never Settle“. Seeking your worth is not an easy road to travel. It can be the war with yourself that purges the concreteness of the fact that somewhere in the middle of our choices, “We are comprising on our true worth”. Life trains us to accept 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

30 days to better English.

4 months ago Sakshi Darpan 0
English is no more a language it has become more of a lifestyle now, which people love to adopt. Inculcating English in your lifestyle is encouraged by many but done by some. It seems even like a nightmare to a few. However, the number of people who are mastering this language has been seen in Read More

The theory of studying “smart” and not “hard”.

4 months ago Sakshi Darpan 0
We need to work really hard to achieve success. What is the success? The meaning of success differs with different people. Some people would relate it to earning hefty amount of money. While for some people it might be to study, and clear that exam or land into their dream company or get their dream Read More

Government takes big step; Ends Haj Subsidy

4 months ago Saloni Hindocha 0
Haj Subsidy is provided to the Muslims by the Government in the form of discounted airfare on the Government-owned airline, Air India. This subsidy was given to the Muslims annually. The Central Government withdrew this subsidy on Tuesday. This was a big move on the part of the Government because the withdrawal of Haj subsidy will affect Read More

One step forward to kindness-proven by Sneha Rungta

4 months ago Anamika Dutta 0
Every day we have some opportunities offered to us to help the needy and the unprivileged.Life sustenance and survival on the other side of our esteemed boundaries is not easy but as a matter of fact unfortunate and daring.People like Sneha Rungta has set up a bold example for those individuals out there who look forward Read More

The theory of standing out in the crowd

4 months ago Sakshi Darpan 0
The theory of standing out in the crowd by Sakshi Darpan  In the world full of clichés and platitude, the authenticity has gone missing. The show-offs and influential surroundings have outsmarted our individuality. We cease to be original and more like the people we sit, talk, wander, and spend our most of the time with.  The Read More